Get it to UAE by Sep 26 to Oct 01 with standard delivery.
Can be used with Intermatic RC939
Operate as ordinary ON/OFF switches but they also respond to the signals of a hand held transmitter
Designed for indoor or outdoor use, and can handle a variety of switching applications
Enclosure: Beige outdoor grade plastic
Agency Approval: CSA/C-US
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Imported from USA
Control loads with the receiver mounted ON/OFF button or wirelessly via a remote transmitter. GENERAL INFORMATION: These
Modular Radio Receivers are one half of a two part remote control system. They operate as ordinary ON/OFF switches but
they also respond to the signals of a hand held transmitter - the other half of the system. The modules are designed for
indoor or outdoor use, and can handle a variety of switching applications, typical around the house or farm. By the push
of a button on the face of the transmitter, the user is able to turn ON/OFF the connected load (lights, pump, etc.) from
any remote location*, safely and conveniently. In addition, a single transmitter can operate up to three Receivers and
is able to “teach” each Module a different code. (Transmitters are sold separately). Model RC613 Receiver Module comes
with its own manual ON/OFF button and it is intended to be installed at the location of the load. The connected load may
be turned ON/OFF using the hand-held transmitter or turned ON/OFF by pushing the red button on the face of the Receiver.
Model RC613L Receiver Module is the same as RC613 except that it comes with extra long (36 in.) leads. * The open field
range is approximately 200 feet or less, but depends on many factors like the age of the battery, proximity of large
metal objects, the location of the receiver and environmental conditions at the time of transmission. SPECIFICATIONS AND
OTHER INFORMATION: USEFUL INFORMATION 1. Must be mounted upright. Antenna must be up. 2. Radio Receivers are sensitive
to heat. Avoid mounting them above heater, air conditioner or exposed to afternoon sun. 3. The higher the Receiver
Module, the longer its range. For good range and reliable reception, install modules as high as practical above ground
level with antenna at top. 4. Large metal objects divert radio signals. Avoid mounting Receiver Modules on metal wall,
fence or near large metal objects. 5. Environmental conditions could effect the operation of the remote control system.
For example, in rain the range may be less than normal. 6. Certain electric equipment like brush type motors or
electronic gas heater igniters emit radio signals and can effect the function of the Receiver Module. Avoid mounting
modules near such equipment. 7. To prevent electronic interference, install Receiver Modules at least 3 feet apart.
INSTALLATION: 1. Attach Receiver Module to the top of an outdoor grade junction box. Make sure the assembly is
raintight. 2. Select the proper location (see Useful Information above) and install Receiver assembly on a vertical
surface or other support, using hardware, suitable for the purpose. 3. Prepare the necessary conduit runs as required by
the installation layout and pull-in the specified conductors. 4. Follow wiring diagram A on the right, make wire
connections as shown. 5. Turn ON power and test installation, using the ON/OFF button on face of the Receiver Module.
Replace junction box cover, make sure the installation is secure and raintight. 6. To link transmitter button with the
receiver, see Operating Instructions on page 3. OPERATION: Linking RC939 Transmitter Button with the RC613 Receiver 1.
To clear any existing codes, press and hold the blue code set button on the receiver for 15 seconds then release. 2. Now
insert a paper clip in the hole on the bottom right side of remote and get the red light on the bottom to light up.
(NOTE: Illuminated LED may be difficult to see in direct sunlight.) 3. To link the reciever and transmitter, go back to
the receiver and press & release the blue code set button. 4. Now choose the button on the remote you want it on and
SLOWLY ”press & release”. 5. After the 7th time, you should hear the relay in the receiver click. 6. Continue to SLOWLY
press the remote button (relay should click every 4th time now). 7. Repeat until you hear the relay click 3 or 4 times.
8. Press one of the other 2 buttons on the remote to save the code. Linking Multiple transmitters with a Receiver Up to
three different transmitters can control a receiver. Follow steps 1 through 4 of Linking each RC939 transmitter with the
RC613 receiver. 3
From the Manufacturer
These Modular Radio Receivers are one half of a two part remote control system. They operate as ordinary
ON/OFF switches but they also respond to the signals of a hand held transmitter-the other half of the system. The
modules are designed for indoor or outdoor use, and can handle a variety of switching applications. By the push of a
button on the face of the transmitter, the user is able to turn ON/OFF the connected load (lights, pump, etc.) from any
remote location, inside or outside of the house, safely and conveniently. In addition, a single transmitter can operate
up to three receivers and is able to "teach" each module a different code (Transmitter model RC939 sold separately).