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Programme a remote control 433 MHz from another already programmed

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], May 17, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    I loking for someone to teache me the way to programme one remote
    control 433,92 Mhz for garage door from another one already
    programmed. I'm sure it's possible.
    Another question is: where I can find any thing to read a logic
    programme and do a copy to another remote control?

    Thanks for your help.

    JorgeErvideira
     
  2. Skeptic

    Skeptic Guest

    What makes you so sure it's possible? Perhaps each transmitter is hard
    wired with a unique code and it is the receiver programmed to accept the
    unique code of the transmitter.
     
  3. Guest

    I'm sure because I already observed someone doing. He did a copy from
    my neighbours remote already programmed to a new one he sold me.
     
  4. Jasen

    Jasen Guest

    If that one is the same model as your one you have a chance,
    if not the process for getting a second opener may be different.
    (eg: dominator remotes use a rolling code, and to make a
    them work you just introduce the remote to the opener)

    the place to gop for the answer is the maker of the opener
    or to a locksmith.

    Bye.
    Jasen
     
  5. Guest

    Ok, I know we can programme on receiver P.C.B. for rolling code:
    Locate the programming button inside your Gibidi gate control
    enclosure and press it briefly, the LED will flash on the receiver
    P.C.B.
    With the new transmitter and press the button that you wish to use to
    operate your receiver for one second.
    Programming is now complete and your new handset should now operate
    your receiver.
    But sometimes change the others one's already programmed, that's
    because I'm looking for the other way to programme.

    Jorge
     
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