CONTENTS

Contents
2
General Information on Safety
Chapter2: General description
General description
3
Wiring diagram
COM
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2A
POWER2
5A
COM
POWER1
Y16
Button X1
Y17
EMERG.-STOP
UP
Relay Y1
COM
Button X2
DOWN
Relay Y2
NA
NA
NA
NA
Relay Y6
WEST
COM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Button X5
Relay Y8
SOUTH
Button X6
Relay Y9
NORTH
NA
COM
Button X7
Relay Y11
1
Button X8
Relay Y12
2
NA
NA
NA
NA
COM
Button X17 Relay Y15
HORN
189.5mm
156.0mm
165,5mm
Ø8
.0m
m
M8 screw recommend
Optional external antenna
46,5mm
2
Button X4
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
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Mounting Dimensions
This is not covered by the guarantee/ warranty:
▪Faults resulting from normal wear and tear
▪Parts of a consumable nature
▪Products that have been subject to unauthorized modifications
▪Faults resulting from incorrect installation and use
▪Damp and water damage
Maintenance:
▪Repairs and maintenance must be carried out by qualified personnel
▪Use spare parts from JUUKO only
▪Contact your representative if you require service or other assistance
▪Keep the product in a dry, clean place
▪Keep contacts and antennas clean
▪Wipe off dust using a slightly damp,clean cloth
EAST
NA
GROUND
COM
Guarantee, service, repairs and maintenance
The JUUKO products are covered by a guarantee/warranty against material,
construction and manufacturing faults. During the guarantee/warranty period, JUUKO
may replace the product or faulty parts. Work under guarantee/warranty must be
carried out by JUUKO or by an authorized service centre specified by JUUKO.
Relay Y5
POWER
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END USER INSTRUCTIONS
Chapter 3: Receiver
INSTRUCTION GUIDE
Chapter 4: Failure Analysis and solution
Button X3
183.5mm
202,8mm
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Guarantee, service, repairs and maintenance
Chapter1: Customer infomation
Chapter 3: Receiver
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Chapter 4: Failure Analysis and solution
Troubleshooting
HS-K800 series
Radio remote control system
Transmitter
LED Signal
SHORT
Failure Analysis
LONG
LED red
LED green
Solution
-Stain on the battery
-Clean the stains on battery
springs.
springs.
-Low battery.
BASIC INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
-Replace brand new
batteries.
LED red
LED red
LED green
LED green
-Transmitter is not
-Check the power supply
communicated with
of receiver.
receiver.
-Check receiver’s fuse.
-Push button damaged.
-Contact the dealers.
Receiver
Should an error occur, LED of the receiver unit will indicate the cause of the error.
LED Signal
SHORT
Failure Analysis
LONG
LED red
LED green
LED red
LED green
LED red
LED green
-RF error
Solution
-Check the antenna and
make sure it is not loose.
-Contact dealer
-Receiver is not powered. -Change the fuse.
-Check the power supply.
Valid data or Invalid data (from a different transmitter)
received.
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(English)
Standard settings
Chapter 2:General description
The K series teansmitter comes in different visions, featuring 2, 4, 6, or 8 pushbuttons.
The transmitter also features 2-step pushbuttons. Both steps of each pushbutton can operate
different functions like controlling the speed of a movement, step 1: slow, step 2: fast.
LED 2
LED 1
Low battery
EMO
Error
Status LED
Operating pushbuttons
X1
X9
X2
X10
X3
X11
X4
X12
X5
X13
X6
X14
X7
X15
X8
X16
2nd step
X1
X9
Chapter 2: General description
Change the batteries
BATTERY TYPE: 2 x 1.5V(LR6 AA)
1st step
Program the transmitters
X17
1. Remove the battery cover
2.Remove both batteries.
The programming connector is placed
behind the battery
ON/HORN
Loop for belt.
Technical data
START/ Horn switch
TRANSMITTER
The K series transmitter has an Start/Horn switch on the button-left
side. The Start/Horn switch has 2 modes:
1. Press to start
2. Press for horn while operating
433.0525~434.7775MHz
Frequency range
Modulation method
Typical operating range
Control system
4GFSK
100M
PLL
Antenna impedance
Typical response time for Stop command and commands
Power supply
Antenna
Average power consumption
Radio-frequency power
Start the transmitter in operating mode
1. Turn to release the emergency button.
2. Press” START” button.
Operating and storage temperature
Protection degree
Turning the transmitter off
Turn the transmitter off by completely pressing the STOPbutton.
The transmitter turns off. All relays deactivate.
Internal
[email protected] (default setting)
<10dBm (default setting)
(-20°C)~(+55°C) / (-40°C)~(+65°C)
IP65
Dimensions
193×57×51mm(2-8 buttons)
Weight (including battery)
approx.325g (2-8 buttons)
Housing materia
PA6(30% GF)
OFF
4
50Ω
50mS~100mS
LR6(AA)1.5V x2
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Chapter 3: Receiver
Receiver
Thank you for purchasing a JUUKO product.
WARNING! The receiver must NOT be opened by any other than a qualified installer.
Make sure to turn the electricity off before opening the receiver.
FUSE 2A
Chapter 1: CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Technical data
RF module
Frequency
Modulation method
Sensitivity
Control system
Programming port
433.0525~434.7775MHz
4GFSK
[email protected] bps
PLL
Antenna impedance
50Ω
Typical response time for Stop 50mS~100mS
FUSE 5A command and commands
Power supply
24~264V AC/DC
Antenna
Standby power
Operating and storage temperature
Protection degree
Dimensions
Weight
Housing materia
Power input
Function Relay
SYNC.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE MOUNTING, INSTALLING AND CONFIGURATING
THE PRODUCT.
This manual includes general information concerning the operation of the radio remote control
transmitter K series .
General Information on Safety
•Persons under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol and/or other medicine that impairs their
reaction may not assemble, disassemble, install, put into operation, repair or operate the product.
•All conversions and modifications of an installation/system must conform to the relevant safety
requirements. Work on the electrical equipment must be performed only by qualified, authorized
personnel and in accordance with the relevant safety requirements.
•In the event of malfunctioning and visible defects or irregularities, the product must be stopped,
switched off and the relevant master switches must be switched off.
Internal
Used Symbols and Definitions for Warnings
[email protected]
(-20°C)~(+55°C)/(-40°C)~(+65°C)
Warning against hazardous situation
IP65
190×184×64 (mm)
Warning against electrical voltage
1795g
PA6(30% GF)
FCC Part 15
Instruction guide
* This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation
* You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
Area must be free
of obstructions
Keep distance
IC Statement
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne
doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
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