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Name:

Alltronik
ANSA
Aprimatic
Autodor (Catnic)
AutoGlide (Cardale)
Bernal/ / Weller
BFT
BPT
Bosch
CAME
Cardale
Challenger
Chamberlain
Dura-Lift
Ecostar (Hormann)
Fadini Astro
Garador
Genie
Gibidi
Henderson
Hormann
Lift-Boy
LiftMaster
Linear
Marantec
Merlin
MotorLift
Multi-Code
Seceuroglide
Seip
Sentry
SlaveDor
Somfy
Sommer
Stanley
Steeline
Wessex
Wickes


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Installation Instructions
for Seip EKR series remote control receivers

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Seip EKR1MCGEF low voltage receiver with three fork terminals
Typical application: any remote controlled garage door operator with an existing 24 volt external
receiver connected to the motor unit via three screw terminals,  including: Catmatic, Challenger,
Garamatic GD100 (early) Genie, Henderson, Wessex LiftBoy, MultiCode, Slave-Dor, Stanley,
and Telectron etc.
(click on manufacturers name for details)

Seip EKR1MCGEF low voltage receiver terminated with three wire ends
Typical application: Garamatic, Hormann, Marantec and any other garage door
operator currently fitted with a 24 Volt three wire receiver.

Seip EKR1MCGEF low voltage receiver terminated with four wire ends
Typical application: Cardale DC series, Seip, and any other remote controlled garage
door or gate or garage operator with a 24 volt auxiliary power feed.   Note: If used outdoors
the Seip receiver unit must be housed in a weather resistant enclosure (see note below)

Seip EKR1MCT 230v mains powered receiver with 13A mains plug & 7mtrs of two
core flex to connect to the existing low voltage wall mounted door control switch wiring
Typical application: any other remote controlled garage door operator with connections for a wall
mounted pushbutton switch that provides cyclic 'open/stop/close' operation from a single button.

Seip EKR1MCT 230v mains powered receiver terminated with four wires
Typical application: gate operators & roller shutters with cyclic 'up/stop/down' operation from a single button

Note: Seip EKR1MC series receiver units are designed for internal use but they can be used for external
applications if installed in our optional weather resistant enclosure or inside the existing plastic gate or
door control electronics cabinet (a steel enclosure would shield the radio signal)

Note: The above documents are in PDF file format and require Adobe Reader

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Cardale DC series
Details for fitting the
Seip EKR1MCG receiver to
popular garage door operators

 

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for details


Challenger

Garamatic

Genie

Henderson

Henderson Sommer

(Marathon, Sprint & Duo models)

Hormann SupraMatic E

Hormann SupraMatic

Marantec 

 


Seip Antriebs Technik

Seip


Slave-Dor
Catmatic  -  Birtley
Moore-O-Matic


Stanley
Click on Pictures
for details

Wessex

Seip anti-scan 'rolling code' system
The Seip SKR series radio remote control system features anti-scan 'rolling code' technology with
over a billion unique factory pre-programmed security code combinations to eliminate rogue operation.
Seip SKR series keyfob transmitters communicate to the receiver by digitally coded transmission.
Each transmitter is factory pre-programmed with a unique group of security codes from a choice of
260 million different codes and 'hops' to a new code after every operation and no two keyfobs will ever
be produced with the same group of security codes.  The Seip receiver type EKR1MCGEF can learn
& memorize the unique security code signature of up to 25 individual SKR series keyfob transmitters.
(or up to 16 transmitters with the following versions:
EKR1MCG, EKR1MCGE & EKR1MCT)

Programming instructions
(Your receiver will be pre-programmed ready for use with the keyfob(s) supplied
with it, but will require programming as follows if any further keyfobs are added)

Step 1:
Hold a Seip SKR series mini or midi style transmitter against the top of the receiver casing and press any button for about one second until the red light on the receiver unit illuminates. (if you unable to get the red LED to illuminate hold the keyfob against the receiver in an different position)

Step 2:
Take the new keyfob you wish to programme and press the
button you'd like to use briefly and the red light should go out.
(power must be connected to the receiver)

Take the keyfob away from the receiver & press the
button again and it should now operate your receiver.
Repeat steps 1 & 2 again to programme additional Seip SKR433 series keyfobs or wireless wall switches.


Programming to a Homelink in-car remote control system

Seip EKR1MC series receivers marked 'DMCG 1V1' or 'later are compatible with the Home-Link in-car remote control system* as installed by the following car manufacturers as a factory fitted option:

Alfa Romeo
Aston Martin
Audi
Bentley
BMW
Chrysler
Jaguar
Lamborghini
Land Rover
Lexus
Maserati
Maybach
Mercedes-Benz
MINI
Porsche
Rolls-Royce
Tesla
Toyota
Volkswagen
Volvo

Note: the car must have a UK or European spec. Homelink system with software rev. 6 or later (to verify, refer to Homelink Instructions)

Homelink Programming Procedure
You'll need to perform this operation in two stages, firstly you must use the keyfob supplied with the Seip receiver kit to programme the desired Homelink in-car remote control button according the Homelink programming instructions then use the Seip keyfob to put the Seip receiver into 'learn mode' by holding it against the casing of the Seip receiver as detailed in step 1 above.  Then (within 60 seconds) you must press the Homelink in-car button you programmed earlier and this button will be memorised & stored into the receiver.  This completes the programming procedure and your in-car button should now operate the Seip receiver. Repeat the above procedure for up to three separate receivers to control other doors or gates. (Note: only Seip EKR1MC series receivers marked 'DMCG 1V1' or later are compatible with Homelink)

Clearing the memory
(necessary if a keyfob has been lost or stolen)

Take any Seip SKR series keyfob transmitter and hold it close to the receiver casing beside the antenna
and press and hold any button for about ten seconds until the red light goes outThis will erase all
previously memorised fobs, follow the programming instructions above to re-teach your keyfobs.

Battery Replacement

Mini type keyfob type SKRJ433 - remove the screw from rear casing and prize the two halves of the casing apar
to reveal two CR1616 'coin' type batteries
Oval Midi keyfob type SKR433-1 - prize the two halves of the casing apart to reveal one type LR23A battery
Midi keyfob type SKR433-3 -  slide open the battery door to reveal one type CR2032 battery.

 

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From Germany's leading garage
door operator manufacturer

An ideal upgrade for older
garage door operators

German Quality at your Fingertips !

433Mhz radio control system with secure
'rolling code' anti-scan technology - details
Range aprox 75 to 100 mtrs

Five Year Manufacturers Guarantee

UK Home Office & CE approved for use in the UK and Europe

Conforms to MPT 1340 specification

CE

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