FM CONTROL ID CODE PROGRAMMING
Download ID Code (Use in case of Link Test failure) !!Caution!!
Note: Before attempting reprogramming with another transmitter, understand that re- programming the receiver with another transmitter, could result in two receivers on the job site responding to the one transmitter. If the original transmitter was sent in for repair, disconnect the receiver (disconnect connector A) to continue using the machine without remote capability and without fear of inadvertently operating the machine with the other transmitter.
Use a pointy instrument to depress the Setup button on the receiver (i.e. a pen) as the button is relatively small
Follow each step as laid out in the procedure
Never lay the receiver circuit board down on anything metallic (there are contact points on the back which could con-
tact the metal and damage the receiver)
Follow these steps to download the transmitter’s unique ID Code into the receiver. This will allow the receiver to establish a radio link with that transmitter.
The cap is held on by two plastic tabs at opposing sides, which can be unlatched as shown using a screwdriver. Once the cap is free, the R160 can slide open.
Use a small slotted screwdriver to press the Side Tabs inward.
2. Prepare Transmitter, Power Receiver A.
Press [POWER] OFF
Supply power to the receiver
Refer to the Light Legend below for diagram details. NOTE: It is necessary to download the ID Code when replacing either the transmitter or the receiver.
NOTE: If the transmitter is connected to the receiver with a Tether Cable, completing only steps 3 and 5 is necessary (it is not necessary to open the R160 case and press the Setup button).
1. Opening the Receiver Case