Category: 8310 Series

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What is a 7910-967?
The 7910-967 is a part number for a discontinued RF actuator. It was replaced by the 8310-3856WS RF actuator. The new 8310-3856WS requires the use of an 8310-865 RF receiver. When replacing the old...
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What components are needed to convert a hard wired actuator button to a wireless actuator button?
To convert a hard wired actuator button to a wireless actuator button you will need the following components: An RF transmitter. The 8310-844 transmitter for the (4-1/2" or 6" round, and the 4-3...
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Will a new RF "programmable" transmitter work with an older RF receiver that has "dip switches"?
The newer "programmable" RF transmitters/receivers will not work with the older "dip switch" transmitters/receivers. The frequency and coding are different....
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What is the average battery life on wireless actuators?
On average, the battery life on the wireless actuators will be 9 months to 1 year for most installations. Extreme (cold) conditions may reduce battery life....
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Can a magnet, or sentronic device, be released and close the door from a button at a desk?
If a door is being held open by the LCN SEM 7800/1900 magnet or any ME/SE Series Sentronic LCN closer, you can remotely release that door to close by ordering the following parts and wiring per ST 1...
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Can a 8310-818 be used outside?
Exterior mounting of the 8310-818 series actuators is not recommended. The 8310-818 series actuators are designed to be jamb mounted on the frame. With that installation, the person will have to sta...
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How do you wire a receiver to a 4600 Series operator?
The 4630/4640 operator can accept any ( normally open / dry contact) actuator - hardwired or wireless.  LCN Wireless actuators require the use of the 8310-865 RF receiver.The 8310-856 RF Rec...
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What is the new number for a 7910-931 receiver?
The obsolete 7910-931 receiver has been replaced by the 8310-865 receiver.Replacing the receiver requires you to also replace the obsolete 7910-444 transmitter module with the 8310-844 transmitter....
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How do you program the 8310-877 safety sensor?
The 8310-877 safety sensor can only be programmed by using the 8310-859 remote. You can not manually program the 8310-877 safety sensor. However, you only need (1) 8310-859 remote to program any numb...
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Can I make a wireless activated 4640 operator work as alternate action?
The 8310-865 RF receiver contacts (N.O. and COM) would connect to terminals 15 & 17 (the alternate action input) on the 4600 operator. The first activation would open the door, the second ac...
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