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Pairing Remote Or Receivers To The Same Frequency For Our 6V Latching Remote

Posted on February 18 2016

In this tutorial today, we are going to show how smart our DC 6 Volt remote control can be when it needs to pair itself with any receiver or keychain remote. This will come in handy if you lose your keychain remote control or receiver unit, with this sequence are also able to add additional keychain remote control to your existing receiver at any time with ease.

Perfect for controlling multiple duck decoys with a single remote, with this sequence additional receiver units that are located on the duck decoys can also be paired to the same frequency and synced to your current remote control.

PAIRING EXTRA REMOTES

Tools needed: metal tweezers

Time needed: one minute or less

1.) From the receiver - Remove the outer casing and locate the two K-1 terminals.

2.) Insert metal tweezers in the K1 terminals to start the pairing process

3.) When tweezers are inserted into the two terminals, wait 3 seconds and a red LED chip on circuit board will light up.

4.) Once the red LED chip on circuit lights up , release the tweezers from the K1 terminals 

5.) Click any button on the keychain remote control that you want to pair to receiver.

6.) Your new remote is now paired

UN-PAIRING REMOTES ( DISCONNECT )

Tools needed: metal tweezers

Time needed: one minute or less

1.) From the receiver - Remove the outer casing and locate the two K-1 terminals.

2.) Insert metal tweezers in the K1 terminals to start the pairing process

3.) When tweezers are inserted into the two terminals, wait 3 seconds and a red LED chip on circuit board will light up.

4.) Continue to wait until the red LED chip turns off

5.) Remove tweezers

6.) Your remote is now disconnected from the receiver. 

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