Garador/Hormann Remote Control Handset 40 Mhz (Grey Buttons)
Garador HSE2-40 remote control handset to suit all Hormann and Garador 40 Mhz electric openers (manufactured before 2005). 40Mhz remote controls have grey buttons. Please ensure the colour of the buttons matches the existing remote control before purchasing.
This 2-button version of the remote control can be used directly with 4-button versions of the remote control, provided the button colour is the same.
Note: This remote control should not be confused with later manufactured remote controls with blue buttons (manufactured 2005-2011). Replacements for these remote controls can be found here.
- Programming instructions and 6V battery are provided.
- Can control up to 2 electric operators.
- Dimensions: 60mm x 23mm x 14mm
Garador part numbers:
- HS4 Standard: 674 *discontinued*
- HSE2 Micro: 677
Click the PDF icon to open the printable programming instructions for Garador/Hormann Remote Control Handset 40 Mhz.
Hand transmitters HS & HSM
b. Control Buttons
c. Battery compartment doors
e. Reset Button
Extending the remote set by adding further hand transmitters.
HS2, HS4 and HSM2, HSM4 or HSE2
Hold the transmitter which is to "teach" the code (teaching transmitter) (a) and the transmitter which is to learn the code (learning transmitter) (b) directly alongside each other.
Press and hold the desired button on the teaching transmitter - the LED on the teaching transmitter now glows continuously.
Immediately after having done this press and hold the button which is to learn on the learning transmitter - the LED on the learning transmitter initially flashes slowly for about 4 seconds, and then starts flashing more rapidly. The light will go out once the learning procedure has been successfully completed. Release all buttons and check that the new remote works correctly. If not, repeat steps 1-3.
Activation of the teaching receiver during the learning procedure could set the door in motion if there is an appropriately programmed receiver near to where you are standing!
Note: The learning procedure will be aborted if you release the button on the learning transmitter while the light is flashing.
IF YOU HAVE LOST YOUR ORIGINAL REMOTE HANDSET:
If you have lost your original remote control handset, or you no longer have a working one then you will need to program your new handset using the garage door operator receiver unit.
When carrying out this procedure, it will overwrite all the existing programmed handsets and require you to use the new handset to teach any future handsets.
NOTE: The receiver unit and programming procedure may differ slightly depending on the model of operator you have.
First locate the receiver unit and locate the programming button. This should be a small red button on the radio receiver (which will be wired to the door motor).
Press the button briefly, and then take the new remote control handset and hold the button down which you wish to learn the code. The light on the handset should begin flashing for a few seconds before stopping once it has learnt the new code.
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