KUSSMAUL 091-133 (01) PDF MANUAL


Post questions, comments, reviews or page errors in the comment box below.

Click here to download KUSSMAUL 091-133 (01) PDF MANUAL


PDF Content Summary:

****** Page 1 ****** 41B FILE: 091-1 aa.PM6.5 DATE: 1 1-e-04 INSTRUCTION MANUAL MHZ TRANSMITTER and A Radio Frequency Control Link That Permits Operating Electrical Devices In A Building From A Transmitter In A Vehicle CAUTION: MODEL# 091-133 ANY CHANGE MADE BY THE USER TO THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF KUSSMAUL ELECTRONICS CO INC COULD VOID THE USERS AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT INPUT, RECEIVER: 1 20 VOLTS, 50/60 Hz AC TRANSMITTER: 1 2 VOLTS DC OUTPUT: RELAY CONTACT CLOSURE. N.O., 2 AMPS a YEAR WARRANTY KUSSMAUL ELECTRONICS CO., INC. 1 70 CHERRY AVE. , WEST SAYVILLE, N.Y. 1 1 796-1 221 TEL: in NY 631-567-0314 TOLL FREE: 800-346-0857 FAX: 631-567-5826

****** Page 2 ****** INTRODUCTION The Model 091-133 418 MHz Transmitter/Receiver is a remote control system between a vehicle and a building. It is intended to operate various electrical devices in the building when signaled to do so from the vehicle. The Transmitter is installed in the vehicle above the dash and near the windshield. The receiver is installed on a shelf or on a wall, away from large metallic surfaces. The transmitter and receiver have four proprietary channels; channels 6, 7, 8, & 9. Channel 9 is dedicated to automatically producing a 1 second closed contact at the receiver channel 9 output upon the ignition switch being turned on. This is intended to actuate the Fan Controller in the building. The other three channels could be used to open the door, close the door, or stop door movement. The other three channels are operated by a momentary push button switch mounted on the dashboard by the installer. Each Transmitter and Receiver can be coded using a DIP switch mounted on each unit. In this way any number of proprietary channels can be implemented. The Transmitter is of such low power that a license is not required to operate it, and it has a range of 150 feet to the receiver. For single receiver systems; each truck can have a transmitter which will communicate with the single receiver. For multiple Re- ceiver systems each Receiver will be assigned a code. A given Transmitter will only communicate with a receiver if it has the code as that receiver. Dip switches on the Receiver and Transmitter code the Transmitter and Receiver. Thirty-two different codes are possible. INSTALLATION e WIRING Mount the transmitter on the top of the dash, facing the windshield with the antenna vertical. Mount the receiver at a convenient location in the firehouse. It may be shelf mounted on its base or wall mounted using a bracket. The antenna shall be vertical. Be sure that there are not any metallic barriers between each transmitter and the receiver. Make the connections shown in Figure 1. Figure 2 shows the mounting dimensions for each unit.

****** Page 3 ****** ooo Q) o I– o Oz ooo Lau (D 0 U- — CD ooz ooo ‘Oz ooo o

****** Page 4 ****** SETTING THE CODE Each Transmitter and Receiver has a dip switch, the setting of which determines the code sent and received. The dip switch in the Transmitter and it’s corresponding receiver must be set to the same code The units are normally coded OFF, OFF, OFF, OFF, OFF for single Receiver systems. For multiple Receiver systems, each receiver is given a separate code. The corresponding transmitters must be set to the same code. To change the code, remove the Transmitter and Receiver top covers and change the dip switches. 1 2 3 4 5 INSTALLATION EXAMPLES Figures 3 and 4 show possible installation examples for the Model 091-133 Transmitter and Receiver. There are many other possible installations. Consult Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc. Engineering Dept. to discuss your particular application.

****** Page 5 ****** 0 0 8 CHAN. 6 CHAN. g (J) x -— 0 o 00 cn o CHAN. CHAN 6 z O CHAN. 6 CHAN

****** Page 6 ****** Clf… z O Z LU ooo ooo 1.0 OZ W ooc ooo ooa- o Q) -o o o o o cö U) ctbO o o o

****** Page 7 ****** SPECIFICATIONS OUTLINE Operating Frequency: 418 MHz Transmitter Main Input Power: 12 volts D.C. battery. Transmitter Current Draw: Less than 15 milliamperes D.C.. Number of Transmitter independent (or proprietary) Channels: 4 Number of possible Transmitter Codes: 32 Receiver Main Input Power: 115 volts, 60 Hertz Receiver AC Current Draw: 15 milliamperes AC Number of Receiver independent (or proprietary) Channels: 4 Number of Possible Receiver Codes: 32 Range of Transmission (between Transmitter & Receiver): 150 feet typical Temperature Environment: 0 to 50 degrees C. Outline Drawing: Refer to Figure 2

****** Page 8 ****** OUTLINE DRAWING 5.10 o 4,50 TRANSMITTER Model 091-133T 3/1 DIA. 3/1 611 DIA 1 .55 7 7 2.95 4.75 2.00 3.50 RECEIVER Model OSI-133R 4.25 FIGURE 2 TRANSMITTER & RECEIVER MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

****** Page 9 ****** INSTALLATION e WARRANTY Date Installed Installed By Vehicle Identification Vehicle Owner WARRANTY All products of Kussmaul Electronics Company Inc. are warranted to be free of defects of material or workmanship. Liability is limited to repairing or replacing at our factory, without charge, any material or defects which become apparent in normal use within 3 years from the date the equipment was shipped. Equipment is to be returned, shipping charges prepaid and will be returned, after repair, shipping charges paid. Kussmaul Electronics Company, Inc. shall have no liability for damages of any kind to associated equipment arising from the installation and /or use of the Kussmaul Electronics Company, Inc. products. The purchaser, by the acceptance of the equipment, assumes all liability for any damages which may result from its installation, use or misuse, by the purchaser, his or its employees or others.


FREE ENGLISH PDF

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

USER GUIDE – USER MANUAL

OWNER GUIDE – OWNER MANUAL

REFERENCE GUIDE – REFERENCE MANUAL

INSTRUCTION GUIDE – INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.