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MEGA REMOTERADIO REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM-PRELIMINARYINSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUALNORWOOD3A2481CJ.docApril 15, 2014BJ

MEGA REMOTEINDEXDESCRIPTION .2TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER SYNCHRONIZATION .3CLONING TRANSMITTERS .3INDICATOR LEDs .4OUTPUTS.5INSTALLATION.5BEFORE APPLYING POWER! .6USING THE OPTIONAL PALM INTERFACE.7DIAGNOSTIC . 7HISTOGRAM . 9FILE TRANSFER . 10WIRING . 11ROUTINE MAINTENANCE . 12MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS . 12TROUBLESHOOTING . 12TROUBLESHOOTING CHART . 14ERROR CODES . 15TRANSMITTER PICTORIAL . 17RECEIVER PICTORIAL . 18TRANSMITTER PICTORIAL . 19SPECIFICATIONS . 20INSTRUCTION TO THE USER . 211

MEGA REMOTEbuttons are used for period ofDESCRIPTION15 minutes.The MEGA REMOTE is a stateoftheartthen press power button tomicroprocessorturn transmitter power backbased Radio Frequency (RF)on.control system. It will providethe operator the ability toThe remote control systemremotely operate equipment.consists of two modules: theThe operator is required toradiofollow all OSHA www.osha.govsafetystandardswheninterface tools.SpreadThe transmitter is equippedwith pushbutton switches forLock Loop (PLL) technologyvarious functions. It includesfor the optimum performance2in radio remote ternalbatteries.thePOWERpushbutton will turn on thethetransmitter.Toturnthetransmitter off press and holdan auto shut down feature.featureAAPressingtransmitter is designed withThisassociatedwiring harnesses and Palm Spectrum (FHSS) and PhaseToandreceiveroptional equipment such asThis system is designed withHoppingtransmitter,module,operating the equipment.FrequencyThe user mustuntil the red and green lightsthego off.thereceiver is off and none of2

MEGA REMOTEThe system’s radio receivertransmitter.has ON/OFF outputs and onecode to the receiver, use thecurrent-regulatedfollowing procedure:accommodateoutputthetofunctions1. Turn the transmitter andavailable on the transmitter.AlloutputsareTo teach the IDreceiver offcurrent-2. Presssourcing.andholdthePOWER button for morethan 10 seconds. LEDsTRANSMITTER hispowertothepoint3. Applytransmitterisreceiver.GreenLEDpreprogrammed with a uniquestays on when teachingradio ID code. Each receiver isisprogrammed to respond onlyturns off when teachingto the radio transmitter withis completethe ID code for which it is set.inprogressandit4. Teach completeThis feature allows ITTERScloseanotherwithout interference. In theIn case a back up comes damaged and a newtransmitter can be cloned toone is needed, the receiveroperate the receiver. To clonecana second transmitter, use theberespondreprogrammedtothenewtoradiofollowing procedure.3

MEGA REMOTE5. Whencloningiscomplete the LED’s onPlease note that at no timetheshouldwill stop d6. chertoexitcloning mode1. Checktobatteriesmakearesuregood7. Clone process completeinboth transmitters.INDICATOR LEDs2. Turn receiver, and bothThetransmitters off.3. Ontheteachertransmitterhastwoindicators, the red BATTERYunit,press and hold GATE 1indicatorOPEN, GATE 1 CLOSETRANSMITsimultaneously and thengreenpress and hold POWERflashesbutton. After couple oftheresecondsbetween the transmitter neveristheblinking.BATTERYthetheTRANSMITswitches. LED’s will start4. inking once every secondbackupandwhen the battery voltage ishold GATE 2 OPEN, GATElow and the batteries require2 CLOSE and hold thereplacementtransmitter,pressPOWER button.4orcharging

MEGA REMOTE(inductivechargingmodelsTheseonly – see manual alphanumericdisplaythemodule or the HISTOGRAMsystem in the form of an errorpage on the optional Palmcode. Check the red indicatorPilot odulebyconditionsthereceiverthereceiver to diagnose systemTheproblems. Then, refer to theindicate an error under noERROR CODE CHART in thisload or broken wire status ifmanual for explanation of theNOT activated, and will detecterror codes. The green LEDaindicatortheproportional output will detectnormala no-load or short putsactivated.willTheoperation.WHEN activated.OUTPUTSINSTALLATIONEach of the outputs from theRefer to the WIRING CHARTreceiver module is designedin this manual for hookup ofwith built-in short circuit andthe harness.overloadprotection.Theoutputs can also detect a no-To install the receiver module,load or broken wire condition.use the two mounting holesprovided5ontheenclosure.

MEGA REMOTEPlease take extra caution notproperly insulated to protecttoagainst shorts.damageinternalcomponents while seSeal all connections with ashockmounts.Itnon-conductiveissiliconegrease to prevent corrosion.advised to mount the receiverBEFORE APPLYINGPOWER!as high as possible with nometalobstructionsinthevicinity of the antenna which Check power and groundmight affect RF performance.for proper polarity.Antenna extension cables areavailable from Kar-Tech to aid Check the wiring harnessin this, if needed.for possible shorts putvalvesandreceiver should be connectedrelays) by checking eachthrough a switched, fused linemating pin terminal.capableof20A.Forbestresults, connect the receiver Verify that the transmittermain power connections tobattery is fully charged. Ifthe auxiliary terminal of thethe unit runs on disposableignition switch, PTO switch, orbatteries, make sure theyignition relay.are fresh. ReadAllconnectionsmustbemanual6therestofthis

MEGA REMOTEUSING THE OPTIONALPALM INTERFACEThePatentedinterface,USPalmPilot patentNo.6,907,302, software is a veryuseful tool for troubleshootingthe control system.To use this tool, connect thePalm serialcableserialconnectortoonthethereceiver control harness orMain Pageadaptor, and apply power toUse the Palm’s stylus pen andthe system.tap the icon Norwood 1.1 tolaunch the application.DIAGNOSTICTap the Diagnostic button tosee the diagnostic screens,which shows the present stateofremotecommunications,and system I/O.7

MEGA REMOTERF Communications PageDigital Inputs PageWhen the round circle next toalabelisdark,Tap the Next Page button totheswitchcorresponding ON/OFF inputor output is sensed to beactive or ON.betweeninputs.TaplabeledOutputsoutput screens.8pagesthetoofbuttonview

MEGA REMOTEON/OFF Outputs PageHistogram PageHISTOGRAMThis feature can be used toTap the Histogram icon to seetroubleshoot machine wiringa set of screens that showand other problems. Tappingwhich error codes are activethe Reset button resets theanderrorhowmanytimesthecodecounts.Thespecific error code has beenpassword to reset error codesactive.is 1262. Tapping Next andBack allows access to all thehistogrampages.TaptheDone button to return to themain menu.9

MEGA REMOTEFILE TRANSFERTaptheFileTransferbutton to send new programfiles from the Palm to thereceiver. New programs areuploaded to the Palm via thePalm desktop as a *.pdb fileusing HotSync .Calibration parameters menuTaptheFactorySettingbutton to return all outputs tostandard values. Tap Save tosendthesesettingstomemory. Tap Done and ExittoThis is only used for softwareupdates to the receiver. Tap‘i’iconforconfigurationreturn to the main menu.File Transfer Pagethequitmoreinformation on this procedure.10and

MEGA OLORFUNCTIONREDPOWERBLACKGROUNDBLUETANK GATE 1 OPENORANGETANK GATE 1 CLOSEYELLOWTANK GATE 2 OPENBROWNTANK GATE 2 CLOSERED/BLACKTANK GATE 3 OPENBLUE/BLACKTANK GATE 3 CLOSEORANGE/BLACKTANK GATE 4 OPENYELLOW/BLACKTANK GATE 4 CLOSEBROWN/BLACKCONVEYOR LIFTBLACK/REDCONVEYOR LOWERBLUE/REDCONVEYOR SWING CWORANGE/REDCONVEYOR SWING CCWYELLOW/REDCONVEYOR ONBROWN/REDENGINE THROTTLE UPBLACK/BLUEENGINE THROTTLE DOWNRED/BLUEENGINE STARTORANGE/BLUEENGINE STOPCABLE TWOCOLORFUNCTIONBLACKTANK GATE 5 OPENREDTANK GATE 5 CLOSEWHITEAUX OPENGREENAUX CLOSE11

MEGA REMOTEcarrying out any regularlyDo not have hydraulic powerwith a damp cloth and mildavailable to the valves whendetergent.performing electrical tests.Inspect electrical wiring forNever operate or test anywear points or other damage.function if any person is in anRepair as required.area where they could be hurtInspectallloosenessconnectionsorTightenby being hit or squeezed byforthe hydraulic werconnectingoranyTROUBLESHOOTINGmaintenancework on the remote erforminginspectionorbeforevalve coils or other ectionprovidesoperatorlevelprevent injury to yourself andtroubleshooting for the MEGAotherstheREMOTEsystem.equipment. The following n, contact your KAR-should be closely followed in12

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MEGA REMOTETROUBLESHOOTING CHARTPROBLEM1. No functions workSOLUTION1.onCheck that transmitter power is2.Check that receiver power is on3.Check system wiring for powerinto the system4.Check LEDsystem statusstatusdisplayfor5.Check for proper grounding ofsystem's electrical circuit6.2. Certain functions do notworkCheck system's hydraulic system1.Check the wiring connection fromthe system to the valve coil for theoutput function that does not work2.Check LED status displaypossible fault or error indication3. Functions operateintermittentlyfor3.Check system's hydraulic system4.Check system's electrical system1.Loose connector at the valve coil2.Check LEDsystem statusstatusdisplayfor3.Check receiver antenna for anydamage and proper connection4.Check system's hydraulic system14

MEGA REMOTEERROR CODESError code explanations:1Transmitter is offTransmitter went to sleep modeInterference in RF communication link2Transmitter and receiver are not synchronized3Truck Battery is below 10.5 volts4-24Short or open load/coil on output25Transmitter did not start in neutral modeNOTE: Error codes 21-24 are disabled15

MEGA REMOTEPARTS LISTPART NUMBERDESCRIPTION3A2482BRADIO TRANSMITTER3A2483CRADIO RECEIVER3A2489ARADIO TRANSMITTERThere are no user-serviceable parts inside the transmitter or thereceiver. Return the units for service.Note: For operation with negative ground systems only.WARNING:The MEGA REMOTE must be operated in compliance with allapplicable safety regulations, rules, and practices. Failure tofollow required safety practices may result in death or seriousinjury.The information, specifications, and illustrations in this manual are those in effect at thetime of printing. We reserve the right to change specifications or design at any time withoutnotice.16

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MEGA REMOTERECEIVER PICTORIALUSER ASSIST DIAGNOSTICTHE FOLLOWING CHART ASSISTS THE USER INTROUBLESHOOTING THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM.ERROR CODE NUMBER IS THE NUMBER OF RED LED PULSES BETWEEN EVERY PAUSE.THERE ARE NO SERVICEABLE PARTS BEYOND THIS POINT. PLEASE CONTACT YOURSERVICE PERSONNEL FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE.18

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MEGA REMOTESPECIFICATIONSFCC ID: P4U-VRTSIndustry Canada Certification Number: 4534A-VRTSEQUIPMENT CLASS: PART 15 SPREAD SPECTRUM TRANSMITTERTRANSMITTERPower supply . 2xAA alkaline batteryOperating temperature - Radio . -40 C to 85 CStorage temperature .-40 C to 100 CRF Frequency . 902-928 MHzRF Transmit power (EIRP) . 33 mWVibration . 3G to 200HzShock . 50GNEMA . IP-65/NEMA 4RECEIVERPower supply voltage. 9-30VDCOperating temperature . -40 C to 85 CStorage temperature .-40 C to 100 COutputs . 5.0A max each, sourcingRF Frequency . 902-928 MHzRF Transmit power (EIRP) . 33 mWVibration . 3G to 200HzShock . 100GNEMA . IP-65/NEMA 420

MEGA REMOTEINSTRUCTION TO THE USERThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with thelimits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCCRules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protectionagainst harmful interference in a residential installation. Thisequipment generates radio frequency energy and if not installedand used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmfulinterference to radio communications. However, there is noguarantee that interference will not occur in a particularinstallation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference toradio or television reception, which can be determined by turningthe equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correctthe interference by one or more of the following measures:* Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.* Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.* Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different fromthat to which the receiver is connected.* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician forhelp.* The machine operator must follow OSHA and other applicablestandards when operating the equipment. Do not use high powerradio devices in close proximity of this product.This equipment has been certified to comply with the limits for aclass B computing device, pursuant to FCC Rules. In order tomaintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded cables mustbe used with this equipment. Operation with non-approvedequipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in interferenceto radio and TV reception. The user is cautioned that changes andmodifications made to the equipment without the approval ofmanufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this21

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Apr 15, 2014 · for the optimum performance in radio remote products. To save battery life, the transmitter is designed with an auto shut down feature. This feature turns the transmitter off when the receiver is off and none of buttons are used for period of 15