Accessing The Code Switch:
On the transmitter the entire front lower half of the case is removable by inserting a small coin in the slot provided with a twisting motion. Once opened you will have access to both code switches and the battery compartment.
Before placing your transmitter into service, we urge you to set your codes, in order not to interfere with neighboring systems, and to provide security for your own system. You will note that the transmitter has two, ten position code switches (see figure 1). We strongly urge that several coding schemes be avoided: ALL ON; ALL OFF; 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, ON; 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, ON. These positions are similar to our or other manufacturer’s test positions, or are frequently used.
If you have two single channel receivers: Set your transmitter so that the ten position switch on side A will match your receiver #1. Set the ten position switch on transmitter side B to your receiver #2 (see figure 2).
Note that your transmitter and receiver must match codes in order to work properly. If you have any questions, consult the directions that came with your receiver.
Certain limitations must be observed.
- Linear radio components must conform with FCC Part 15 requirements. For this reason, the range and power of our radios is within specified limits.
- As with all manufacturers, Linear radios must accept all signals that they receive. This may, in rare instances, create difficulty.
- You should test your entire system occasionally in order to be sure that all components are working in good order.
- Linear dealers can provide you with information regarding the use of our radio controls, and can provide valuable installation and operation information, when requested.
Any changes or modifications in intentional or unintentional radiators which are not expressly approved by LINEAR could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. This applies to intentional and unintentional radiators certified per part 15 of the F.C.C. rules and regulations.