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How to identify the frequency of Slave-Dor JCM
dynamic code system keyfob transmitters

Two versions of these remotes were produced, they are both visually identical but operate
on different frequencies so please check which type you currently have before ordering

(It is essential that all your transmitters are on the same frequency)

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418Mhz NEO keyfobs were first introduced in 1998 and these have a round resonator inside and very few other components on the printed circuit as shown above   Systems manufactured after 1999 operate on
433Mhz and these have a square black integrated circuit inside as seen above and '433' printed on the printed circuit board
Note: It will be necessary to open the keyfob to see the Printed Circuit Board)
Note: 418Mhz transmitters are now discontinued because this frequency has been withdrawn from public use by the Home Office and re-allocated to the new European TETRA radio system. (see the Radiocommunications Agency website for details)   Note: These blue faced Slave-Dor keyfobs are not compatible with 'JCM NEO' transmitters of similar appearance but without the 'Slave-Dor' brand name

Important - Don't place an order unless your original keyfob bears the 'Slave-Dor' logo as shown above because our JCM NEO keyfobs are coded specifically for use with Slave-Dor receivers, consequently these are not compatible with any other make

 

If your handset is discontinued you'll need to upgrade your equipment with a new remote control system >> details
 

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How to programme Slave-Dor JCM
dynamic code system keyfob transmitters

Programming Procedure (standard method)

1/ Position yourself about 2-4 metres away from the receiver, with the already operating transmitter (A) and the new one you wish to programme (B)

2/ Press the button on the back of transmitter (A) with the tip of a ballpoint pen, the receiver will emit a long bleep.

3/ Within 10 seconds, press the button on the front of transmitter (B) that you wish to use, the receiver will emit a short bleep to confirm it has been programmed.

4/ After 10 seconds the receiver will exit programming mode with two short confirmation bleeps and the newly programmed transmitter should be ready for use.


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