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INTRODUCTION
Operating power is obtained from an internal 3V FW-RMT
wireless security system is an advanced, low- Lithium Battery. A red LED lights during transmission as long as the battery voltage The FW-RMT is a miniature 4-button (4-function) exceeds 2.4V. If the LED flashes during transmitter, designed for use in advanced, high- transmission, the battery must be replaced FREEWAVE™ WIRELESS REMOTE
security alarm and remote control systems such without delay. In addition, a “low battery” report will be transmitted with the outgoing digital The FW-RMT is powered by an on-board, long message. Compatible receivers are designed to identify this report and operate a corresponding Each FW-RMT has a unique ID code (24bit) that Each transmitter is supplied with a rubber key ring Compatible FreeWave receivers are designed to Transmission is initiated by pressing any one of the four pushbuttons. Upon pressing a specific
button, the FW-RMT transmits a FreeWave
digital sequence identifiable by compatible
FreeWave receivers, and a 4-bit function code
associated with the button that was pressed. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD.
TEST REMOTE CONTROL
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PROGRAM REMOTE CONTROL
Refer to the target receiver’s installation Since the FW-RMT is supplied with the battery instructions and follow the procedure given there already instal ed, the unit is practical y ready to for program Remote Control Channels into the Stand 3m away from a target receiver (or This device complies with the
wireless control panel) and press the FW-RMT European Council Directive EMC
button… Verify that the transmit LED lights. 89/336/EEC & 92/31/EEC, and bear
Make sure that the receiver (or control panel) responds as programmed and as stated in the the CE mark and certification.
Operate the transmitter from various locations within the area covered by the receiver to determine “dead” locations, where transmission is blocked by walls and large objects, or affected Note: If dead/marginal zones are a problem, relocating the receiver may improve the BATTERY REPLACEMENT
CLEANING
A 3.6 V lithium battery powers the unit. If the The transmitter may get dirty if touched with battery reaches a factory preset low level, the greasy fingers. Clean it only with a soft cloth or LOW BATTERY signal will be sent and from this sponge moistened lightly with a mixture of water moment the detector remains operational for and mild detergent, and wipe it dry immediately. another 30 days giving enough time to replace the The use of abrasives of any
kind is strictly forbidden. Also
never use solvents such as
kerosene, acetone or thinner.

BATTERY REPLACEMENT

flat screwdriver in the appropriate slot. Install a new battery according polarity. PRODUCT LIMITATIONS
CROW LIMITED WARRANTY
CROW ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD.
Crow wireless systems are very reliable and are tested to high standards. However, due to their low transmitting power and limited range (required by FCC and other regulatory authorities), there are AUSTRALIA:
LATIN AMERICA:
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
CLEANING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
A 3.6 V lithium battery powers the unit. If the The transmitter may get dirty if touched with battery reaches a factory preset low level, the greasy fingers. Clean it only with a soft cloth or LOW BATTERY signal will be sent and from this sponge moistened lightly with a mixture of water moment the detector remains operational for and mild detergent, and wipe it dry immediately. another 30 days giving enough time to replace the The use of abrasives of any
kind is strictly forbidden. Also
never use solvents such as
kerosene, acetone or thinner.

BATTERY REPLACEMENT

flat screwdriver in the appropriate slot. PRODUCT LIMITATIONS
Y rding polarity.
CROW ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD.
Crow wireless systems are very reliable and are tested to high standards. However, due to their low transmitting power and limited range (required by FCC and other regulatory authorities), there are AUSTRALIA:
LATIN AMERICA:
FW-RMT
Operating power is obtained from an internal 3V wireless security system is an advanced, low- Lithium Battery. A red LED lights during transmission as long as the battery voltage The FW-RMT is a miniature 4-button (4-function) exceeds 2.4V. If the LED flashes during transmitter, designed for use in advanced, high- transmission, the battery must be replaced FREEWAVE™ WIRELESS REMOTE
security alarm and remote control systems such without delay. In addition, a “low battery” report will be transmitted with the outgoing digital The FW-RMT is powered by an on-board, long message. Compatible receivers are designed to identify this report and operate a corresponding Each FW-RMT has a unique ID code (24bit) that Each transmitter is supplied with a rubber key ring Compatible FreeWave receivers are designed to Transmission is initiated by pressing any one of the four pushbuttons. Upon pressing a specific button, the FW-RMT transmits a FreeWave
digital sequence identifiable by compatible
FreeWave receivers, and a 4-bit function code
associated with the button that was pressed. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD.
TEST REMOTE CONTROL
INSTALLATION INSTPR
MOTE CONTROL
STANDARDS
PROGRAM REMOTE
Refer to the target receiver’s installation Since the FW-RMT is supplied with the battery instructions and follow the procedure given there already instal ed, the unit is practical y ready to for program Remote Control Channels into the Stand 3m away from a target receiver (or This device complies with the
wireless control panel) and press the FW-RMT European Council Directive EMC
button… Verify that the transmit LED lights. 89/336/EEC & 92/31/EEC, and bear
Make sure that the receiver (or control panel) the CE mark and certification.
responds as programmed and as stated in the Operate the transmitter from various locations within the area covered by the receiver to determine “dead” locations, where transmission is blocked by walls and large objects, or affected Note: If dead/marginal zones are a problem, relocating the receiver may improve the

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