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Integrate the SupraMatic door operator in HomeLink
Via HomeLink you can control your garage door with a SupraMatic door operator at the push of a button. You can open, close or partially open it by radio. The light ON / light off function is also possible. In the following you will find out how you can use the tried and tested system for both older and new SupraMatic operators.
HomeLink for SupraMatic door operators
If you have an older SupraMatic series 2 garage door operator with a built-in 868 MHz fixed code receiver, you can teach the receiver directly to the HomeLink system. Please refer to your vehicle's manual for detailed instructions. The appropriate programming instructions are also available on the HomeLink website. What you should know: An 868 MHz fixed code hand-held transmitter is compatible with the HomeLink system from HomeLink version 7 onwards. Older versions such as the still occurring Homelink version 6 are incompatible. Integration is therefore not possible. Information on which HomeLink version is installed in your vehicle can be found on the HomeLink website mentioned above.
You can also connect the new SupraMatic garage door operator series 3 or 4 to HomeLink. To do this, however, you must note the following: The SupraMatic operator of series 3 and 4 uses the extremely secure BiSecur radio code. However, this radio code is completely incompatible with the HomeLink system. In order to still use the garage door operator with HomeLink, an external 868 MHz fixed code receiver must be connected to the operator. You will not use the internal BiSecur receiver, but the 868 Mhz fixed code receiver. Then switch your BiSecur hand-held transmitter to the 868 MHz fixed code. Alternatively, you can use an older 868 MHz fixed code handheld transmitter. If you really want to convert your garage door operator for HomeLink, follow the instructions below.
Connect and integrate external radio receiver
Before you connect an external receiver, you must delete all radio codes of the internal receiver. To do this, press the PRG button on the back of your SupraMatic garage door drive a little longer so that the digital digits 00 light up. Use the arrow key under the PRG key to select menu 40. The digital digits must now show a 40. Press the PRG button again and keep it pressed. After approx. 5 seconds the digital digits start to flash. This blinking becomes faster a short time later. You can now release the PRG button because the radio codes on the internal receiver have been deleted.
If you want to keep the same functions with the external receiver, namely impulse (open / close), light on / off and partial opening, you have to use a 3-channel receiver HE 3 868 MHz. When connecting, note that the HE 3 receiver may only be used in dry rooms, i.e. only inside your garage.
The HE 3 868 MHz has a four-wire connection cable with the wires yellow, brown, white and green. The wires are already screwed into a four-pole connection terminal. Pay attention to the correct wire sequence - viewed from above from left to right: yellow, brown, white and green. If the wires are not in this order, you have to loosen the screw connection, reposition the wires and screw them again.
Now open the housing flap at the back on the left-hand side of your garage door drive. On the left side you can see a four-pin slot at the bottom. Plug the connection terminal of the radio receiver into this slot. The yellow wire must point upwards and the green wire downwards. The radio receiver is now ready for use. The hand-held transmitters can be trained.
Change the BiSecur hand-held transmitter to the 868 MHz fixed code
For the 868 MHz radio receiver you need an 868 MHz fixed code handheld transmitter. If you still have an older 868 MHz handheld transmitter (with blue buttons), you can use it again now. Otherwise you have to switch your BiSecur hand-held transmitter to a fixed code. Please note: Changing the hand transmitter could unintentionally trigger the door to travel. So before you change the code on your hand transmitter, you should make sure that nobody is within the range of your gate. To switch the hand-held transmitter to a fixed code, briefly remove the battery. To do this, open the battery cover and remove the battery for more than 10 seconds. Now press any hand transmitter button and hold it down. Reinstall the battery. Close the battery cover. Now watch the LED on your hand transmitter. The LED will flash slowly for 4 seconds, then quickly for 2 seconds and then change to a constant blue light. Continue to hold the hand transmitter button down. The LED changes to red after a long time, first flashes slowly red for 4 seconds, then quickly red for 2 seconds and then lights up constantly red. You can now release the button again because the hand-held transmitter has been switched to a fixed code.
Have a little patience: If the button is released too early, the hand-held transmitter remains in BiSecur mode. So wait until you notice the constant red glow. Please also note that the hand-held transmitter switches back to BiSecur mode as soon as you reset it. But even then you can simply follow the conversion recommendations mentioned above to set up your hand-held transmitter again for 868 Mhz radio reception.
Teach the hand-held transmitter to the HE 3 868 MHz radio receiver
If the hand-held transmitter is set up for radio reception, you can teach-in the transmitter. Before you start training, however, you should make sure that there are no people, pets or objects in the action area of your garage door during the training. This is because you can trigger an unintentional or - with the function test - an intentional door travel and therefore there is a risk of injury.
To learn the first channel of the receiver, briefly press the P button on the receiver once. Now press the hand transmitter button that you want to program on channel 1 for at least 1 second. Observe the required minimum distance between hand transmitter and receiver of 1 meter. If the programming is successful, the red LED on the radio receiver flashes quickly. Now carry out a function test to confirm that the programming was successful. If the programming is successful, the function is carried out. To prevent injuries, please make sure that nobody is near your gate. To teach-in channel 2 of the receiver, press the P button twice in quick succession. The LED of the receiver now slowly flashes twice. Now press another button on the hand-held transmitter which is to take over the function of the second channel. Attention, you have to use a different key than the one for channel 1! The remaining programming is to be carried out as for channel 1. For the third channel, press the P button on the receiver three times in quick succession. The LED of the receiver now slowly flashes three times. Now press a third button on the hand-held transmitter which is to learn the function of the third channel. Continue programming as described for channel 1. If all three channels have been programmed with a successful function test, briefly press the P button on the receiver four times in succession to exit the programming mode.
Inherit the radio code of the hand transmitter on the HomeLink
In order to teach-in your HomeLink system to your garage door operator, you need a hand-held transmitter that has already been programmed (see description above). A list of compatible 868 MHz keyfobs can be found on the HomeLink website. Program your HomeLink system using the instructions that match your vehicle model.
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