The Topargee TR4/5 is an RF receiver operating at a fixed frequency of 340 MHz. The receiver operates from 12VDC and provides four polarity reversing outputs and one light output. The remote transmitter has two additional buttons for a separate, optional 5th receiver module. Each transmitter has a unique address that is transmitted when a button is pressed. A "program" button is provided on the receiver to program the transmitter(s) address into the receiver's memory. An LED on the receiver indicates the receiver's programming status and illuminates when the receiver is energized. The receiver is encased in a small, waterproof enclosure.
The operating range is 30 meters under normal conditions. Operating temperature range is -10C to 60C Deg.
The transmitter has two buttons assigned to each of the four outputs. In addition there are two additional buttons for a separate, optional 5th receiver module which has one polarity reversing output. The up (^) button runs the motor in one direction and down (v) button runs the motor in the opposite direction. Multiple outputs can be activated at one time by pressing and holding the first up or down button then pressing additional up or down buttons. If the first button pressed is an “UP” button, only “UP” buttons will be allowed to function on the other outputs. If the first button pressed is a “DOWN” button, only “DOWN” buttons will be allowed to function. The outputs are energized for as long as the buttons are depressed.
The “B” button of the transmitter activates the “LIGHT” output. This is a latching output. Press the “B” button once to turn the light on – press the “B” button again to turn the light off.
There is a two minute timeout feature incorporated into the receiver. To turn the receiver On, first press and release the “A” button on the transmitter. Within two seconds, press and release the “B” button on the transmitter. The LED on the receiver will illuminate and the receiver will now respond to transmitter commands and automatically turn off after two minutes of no activity.
Note: The “Light” function is always active. The time out feature does not apply to the light output.
The Topargee 4/5 receiver incorporates a current detection circuit that will disconnect the outputs when any output exceeds 30 Amps. When multiple outputs are activated, the total current of all active outputs are monitored. The sum of the current for all outputs will trip the current shutdown when 30 amps is exceeded. When the current shutdown activates all outputs are shut down for 5 seconds. After the 5 second time out the outputs will automatically be re-activated.
Note: The LIGHT output is not a part of the current detection circuit.
Note: the optional 5th polarity reversing control does NOT incorporate current detection.
Power for the receiver can be in the range of 10 to 15Vdc. The receiver is reverse polarity protected.
The relay contacts are rated at 30 Amps @ 13.8Vdc. The LIGHT output is rated at 8 Amps @ 13.8Vdc
8 AWG (3.2mm Diam, 8.3mm2 cross section) wire is recommended for all wires to the motors, 6 AWG is recommended for battery to controller cable.
10mA when the relays are de-energized. 45mA when one relay is energized
Receiver dimensions are approximately 120mm L x 125mm W x 30mm H.
Each remote transmitter has its own unique internal address that is transmitted whenever a button on the remote is pressed. The receiver needs to be programmed to respond only to remote transmitters it is intended to operate with. The following steps configure the receiver to operate with a particular remote transmitter(s). Up to twelve remote transmitters can be programmed to one receiver. Please read the entire programming procedure before starting. Prior to programming the receiver, verify that the receiver is connected to the input power. When the receiver enters program mode, all previous transmitter addresses that were programmed will be erased from the receiver's memory.
1. Locate the blue pushbutton labeled "PROGRAM" on the receiver. Press and hold this button until the red LED next to the program button illuminates (approximately 2 seconds). The receiver is now in the transmitter program mode. Release the blue button. At this point all previously programmed transmitter addresses are erased from the receiver's memory.
2. Press any button on the remote transmitter and verify that the red LED on the receiver extinguishes and then illuminates (blinks once). Release the button.
3. Repeat previous step for additional key fob transmitters that will operate with this particular receiver. The red LED on the receiver will extinguish and illuminate one time for the first transmitter being programmed, twice for the second, three times for the third, four times for the fourth etc. The receiver will not respond to transmitters that have already been programmed.
4. After 5-seconds of no switch being pressed on the transmitter(s) the receiver will return to normal operation. The red LED on the receiver will blink rapidly, then extinguish. The receiver is now in the normal mode of operation. This completes the programming instructions. The receiver will retain all of its programming even when power is removed.
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