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Seip RC-AM remote Conding Instruction

Seip remote Conding Instruction

Seip 433 RC AM Rolling Code System (supplied with Seip operators from approx 1999 to 2002)
The Seip 433 RC AM rolling-code system has over a billion code combinations enabling every Seip keyfob to have a unique security code signature so that no two remotes will have the same code. Your Seip operator has a receiver capable of learning the unique codes of up to 250 separate keyfobs




Programming procedure for 433 RC AM key-fobs

Method 1 (use this procedure only if you have an existing working midi keyfob
transmitter with four buttons and a Seip model A45, A60, C75 or C100 operator)
1. Briefly depress the two lower buttons on the original handset simultaneously, a beeping sound should now be heard from the motor unit to indicate that the receiver has entered into 'code learning mode'
2. Take the new midi keyfob and press the button that you wish to use to operate your door and hold briefly
3. Your new handset should now operate your garage door.
Note :- If you have more than one Seip motor in your garage it will be necessary to switch off the power to each motor in turn to avoid both receivers entering the 'code learning mode' together, or use method 2

Method 2
If you are unable to use method 1 above because you don't have an original working keyfob with four buttons or you have a Seip model M50 operator it will be necessary to release the fixing screw at the rear centre of the motor casing and open the hinged cover and proceed as follows :-
1. Locate the programming button on the decoder PCB inside the motor casing, (see photo right) and press it briefly (a yellow LED will flash on the decoder PCB or a bleeping sound will be heard), you have 10 seconds to perform the next step.
2. Take the new handset and press the button that you wish to use to operate your door for one second.
3. Your new handset should now operate your garage door.
(Note: the Seip receiver modules type WAM1K & WAK1K have a small black programming button on the casing)

Clearing the memory
- (recommended if a handset has been lost or stolen)
Refer to Method 2 above but at step 1. press and hold the programming button
for 20 seconds then follow steps 1, 2 & 3 to re-program your remaining keyfobs