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Programming procedure for Seip remote control transmitters


Coding procedure for Seip SKR433 midi keyfob & SKRJ433
mini keyfob and light switch style wireless door control panel.

Note: The programming method use will depend upon which Seip
product you have so you must follow to appropriate instructions.


Seip SKRJ433 mini keyfob

Programming SKR series keyfobs to the integral receiver within the following
Seip garage door operator models: RP60A, TM50, TM60. TM80 TS75 or TS100
Method One: Stand inside your garage with an existing working keyfob and use it to open and close the door, then within five seconds press and hold the two buttons on the original mini keyfob simultaneously for five seconds  (Note: if you have an 'oval midi' type keyfob, use the centre top & bottom buttons.  If you have the early type midi keyfob use the upper two buttons) until the courtesy light starts flashing to indicate that the receiver has entered into programming mode. Now take the new keyfob and press the button that you wish to use to operate your door and hold for one second, your new handset should now operate your garage door, repeat as above for any additional new keyfobs.

Method Two: If you have lost the original keyfob it will be necessary to release the fixing screw at the rear centre of the motor casing and open the hinged cover, locate the red pushbutton which is located on the main printed circuit panel and press this button for five seconds until the courtesy light starts flashing to indicate that the receiver has entered into programming mode. Take the new keyfob and press the button that you wish to use to operate your door and hold for one second, your new handset should now operate your garage door.


Seip TS series electric operator

Clearing the remote control memory on Seip RP60A, TM50, TM60. TM80 TS75 or TS100 door operators
(necessary if a keyfob has been lost or stolen)
Release the fixing screw at the rear centre of the motor casing and open the hinged cover, locate the red pushbutton which is located on the main printed circuit panel and press & hold this button for 20 seconds.   This will erase all previously memorised fobs, follow 'Method Two' above to re-programme your remaining keyfobs

Programming SKR series keyfobs to a Seip EKR1MCG or EKR1MCT receiver (white receiver upgrade module)
Step 1: (power must be connected to the receiver)
Take a new or existing Seip SKR series mini or midi style keyfob transmitter and hold it against the top of the receiver casing (as illustrated right) and press any button for about one second until the red light on the receiver unit illuminates, it will remain lit for approx. 30 seconds to give you ample time to complete step 2 (if you are unable to get the red LED to illuminate try holding 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.


Take the keyfob away from the receiver & press the
button again and it should now operate your receiver.
Repeat the steps 1 & 2 again to programme up to 15x Seip SKR433 series keyfobs or wireless wall switches. (version DMCG 2V2 receivers can accept up to 25 x keyfobs)

Clearing the memory on a Seip EKR series receiver
(necessary if a keyfob has been lost or stolen)
Take any pre-programmed keyfob transmitter and hold it against the receiver casing beside the antenna and press and hold the programmed button for about ten seconds until the red light goes outThis will erase all previously memorised keyfobs, follow the programming instructions above to re-teach your remaining keyfobs.

 

click here to download a colour illustrated programming guide
(large PDF file download - Adobe Acrobat Reader needed)
 

  These Seip remote controls are compatible with the Home-Link in-car remote control system*
as offered by the following car manufacturers as a factory fitted option:

compatible
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)

Programming a Homelink in-car remote to a Seip RP60A, TM50, TM60. TM80 TS75 or TS100 operator
You'll need to perform this operation in two stages, firstly you must use the keyfob supplied with the Seip door operator to programme the desired Homelink in-car remote control button according the Homelink programming instructions then use 'Method One' or 'Method Two' above to put the Seip door operator into 'learn mode'.  Then (within 60 seconds) you must press the Homelink in-car button you programmed earlier and this button will be memorised & stored into the Seip door operator.  This completes the programming procedure and your in-car button should now operate the Seip door operator.  Repeat this procedure for up to three separate Seip door operators

Programming a Homelink in-car remote control system to a Seip EKR1MCG or EKR1MCT receiver*
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 Homelink 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)


Programming procedure for early Seip remote control transmitters
Seip 433 RC AM Rolling Code System (supplied with Seip operators from approx 1999 to 2002)
The Seip 433 RC AM rolling-code system has over a billion code combinations enabling every Seip keyfob to have a unique security code signature so that no two remotes will have the same code. Your Seip operator has a receiver capable of learning the unique codes of up to 250 separate keyfobs

Seip midi keyfob
433 RC-AM

Front              Back

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self-learning decoder PCB

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Programming procedure for 433 RC AM keyfobs

Method 1 (use this procedure only if you have an existing working midi keyfob
transmitter with four buttons and a Seip model A45, A60, C75 or C100 operator)
1. Briefly depress the two lower buttons on the original handset simultaneously, a beeping sound should now be heard from the motor unit to indicate that the receiver has entered into 'code learning mode'  You have 10 seconds to perform the next step.
2. Take the new midi keyfob and press the button that you wish to use to operate your door and hold briefly
3. Your new handset should now operate your garage door.
Note: If you have more than one Seip motor in your garage it will be necessary to switch off the power to each motor in turn to avoid both receivers entering the 'code learning mode' together, or use method 2

Method 2
If you are unable to use method 1 above because you don't have an original working keyfob with four buttons or you have a Seip model M50 operator it will be necessary to release the fixing screw at the rear centre of the motor casing and open the hinged cover and proceed as follows:
1. Locate the programming button on the decoder PCB inside the motor casing, (see photo right) and press it briefly (a yellow LED will flash on the decoder PCB or a bleeping sound will be heard), you have 10 seconds to perform the next step.
2. Take the new handset and press the button that you wish to use to operate your door for one second.
3. Your new handset should now operate your garage door.
(Note: the Seip receiver modules type WAM1K & WAK1K have a small black programming button on the casing)

Clearing the memory - (recommended if a handset has been lost or stolen)
Refer to Method 2 above but at step 1. press and hold the programming button
for 20 seconds then follow steps 1, 2 & 3 to re-program your remaining keyfobs


Seip 40 AM type (supplied with Seip operators until late1999)
replacement for Seip hand transmitter type SE40TX

These transmitters have a DIP switch inside the battery compartment of the remote handset to select a unique security code.  The first ten switches on the receiver* (inside the motor casing) must be set the same as the ten switches inside the battery cover of the remote handset.

The positions of switches 11 & 12 on the receiver will determine
the active button on a Seip 40AM four channel midi keyfob as follows:
11 off & 12 off = top left button
11 off & 12 on = top right button
11 on & 12 off = bottom left button
11 on & 12 on = bottom right button

Note:* Seip introduced a new main PCB in Jan 99 with a self-learning decoder module, motors with this decoder do not have a 12 way DIP switch - just set the code DIP switch positions on your new handset to match your original remote

click here to download an illustrated programming guide

(large PDF file download - Adobe Acrobat Reader needed)
 

40AM midi keyfob

front view


 back view


SE40 handset - (discontinued)

code switches in the
40AM midi keyfob
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