Hormann HS, HSM & HSE series transmitters can learn the
unique security code from an existing working transmitter
original (teaching) transmitter
(b) replacement learning transmitter
Standard Programming Procedure ('Method A')
Caution -- Activation of the teaching
transmitter during the
learning procedure may set the door in motion if within range !
Programming 'Method A'
1/ Hold the transmitter which is to 'teach' the code
(teaching transmitter) 'a' and the transmitter
which is to 'learn'
the code (learning transmitter) 'b' beside each other as illustrated
Important - the battery in the teaching transmitter must be in 'fresh'
2/ Press and hold the desired button on the teaching
transmitter - the LED on it should glow
3/ Continue to depress the button on the teaching transmitter and
and hold the button which is to learn this code on the learning
transmitter - the LED on the learning transmitter initially flashes
slowly for 4 seconds, then starts flashing more rapidly to confirm
the learning process is complete
4/ Release the buttons on both transmitters and check
that both transmitters operate the door,
repeat steps 1 - 4 again
if it fails to operate the door.
Note: If your transmitters are used to control more than one door you'll need
to carry out the programming procedure separately for each button.
Important information regarding BiSecur transmitters
If you intend to programme a new BiSecur transmitter to an older Hormann 868Mhz system that
originally used 'blue button' transmitters and you don't currently have a working original
transmitter please tick the box 'Configure BiSecur transmitter for
compatibility with old blue button system' after clicking the 'Buy
Now' button and we'll configure the new
transmitter into 'blue button 868Mhz compatibility mode' prior to despatch. This
will enable you to programme the new BiSecur transmitter directly from the motor
unit in your garage by following
programming 'method B' as described below:
Programming Procedure ('Method B')
When you teach
the code of a new transmitter into the receiver using 'Method B' it will create
a new 'master' transmitter and over-write the previously stored code in the
receiver unit with a new code. Any subsequent keyfobs must programmed to
your system by
security code from
your new 'master' transmitter into any additional keyfobs by following programming
If an original transmitter has been lost or
stolen, or you no longer have an original 'working' keyfob
you must program a
new replacement keyfob to your Hormann receiver unit by this method.
Programming a new keyfob transmitter
Examine your Hormann garage door operator unit and you should find a
receiver module attached to it by a connecting wire, (similar to those shown
below) usually grey in colour this module will have
a small red push-button on the receiver module casing. This red button will put the receiver into 'learn' mode whereby it will learn
& memorise the security code directly from the new transmitter.
Press the red 'learn' button
on the receiver module briefly and a light beside the button should start flashing
slowly, then take the new keyfob transmitter and press the button you wish to
use and the light on the receiver unit should flash rapidly for a few seconds
then stop flashing when the new code has been stored. This
action will automatically over-write the previously stored code,
this new 'teaching transmitter' should now operate your door.
Any additional keyfobs you wish to use must be cloned from the
'teaching transmitter' by the learning method as described in method 'A' above
Note: Some 868Mhz Hormann operators such as the
ProMatic 2 &
E2 etc. have an integral remote control receiver
so if you have one of these you'll need to refer to procedure as detailed in
the users manual for the direct programming method if you don't have an 'already
programmed' transmitter from which you can 'copy' the remote code. Documentation
for Hormann operators can be downloaded from their website:
The colour of the buttons on Hormann
operating frequency of the system