USAutomatic LCR Transmitter Remote Control for Patriot & Ranger Gate Openers

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USAutomatic LCR Transmitter Remote Control for Patriot & Ranger Gate Openers
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Item# 030210
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USAutomatic LCR Transmitter Remote Control for Patriot & Ranger Gate Openers
USAutomatic LCR Transmitter Remote Control for Patriot & Ranger Gate Openers
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North Shore Commercial Door now has the LCR Transmitter Remote Control from USAutomatic available for purchase. Our warehouse is fully stocked, and we are ready to ship these well designed transmitters out to our customers.

This slim visor style transmitter (part #030210) comes equipped with a an alkaline battery, visor clip, and programming instructions. The transmitter uses a frequency of 433.92 MHZ and is meant to control automatic opening systems and anti-burglar systems. Programming this product uses a set of nine, three position dip-switches. This results in up to 19,683 possible security codes. It’s easy to call this remote high quality when it boasts a range of 50-300 feet.

Product Highlights
• Part number 030210

• 19,683 Possible combinations

• 2 year limited warranty

• Operate gate or garage with compatible 433 MHz receiver

• Range of 50 to 300 ft typically

• Comes with Visor Clip, battery, and instructions.

Transmitter Setup:
(It is recommended that the dipswitch code be changed from the default factory setting)
1. Open the battery compartment door and locate the dipswitches.
2. Change the dipswitches to the settings you prefer, record for future reference
3. Transmitter Left Button to Receiver Programming: (standard Open/Stop/Close function)
4. Press and hold the left transmitter button down. Red light on transmitter should be on.
5. On the receiver, push the P1 push-button until the green LD light comes on.
6. Release both buttons. Transmitter left button to receiver programming is complete.


Transmitter Right Button to Receiver Programming: (Hold-Gate-Open) (Only if auto close timer is enabled)
1. The 2-channel receiver allows for programming the P2 relay from momentary mode (default) to latching mode. Transmitter right button can be programmed to hold gate open, over-riding the auto-close feature if activated.
2. Press and hold the right transmitter button down. Red light on transmitter should be on.
3. Press the P2 push-button until the green LD light comes on.
4. Release both buttons. Transmitter right button to receiver programming is complete.


Receiver Programming: Relay P2 programming from momentary to latching mode (to hold gate open)
1. Press the P2 push-button until the green LD light comes on, then release. Green LD light should be steady.
2. While the green LD light is on, push the P1 push-button down and release. Green LD light should be flashing. Latching mode is set.


Verifying Receiver P2 relay is programmed to latching mode:
1. Press the P2 push-button until the green LD light comes on, then release.
2. Green LD light should be flashing. If green LD light is steady, redo the Receiver Programming section above.


Resetting receiver P2 relay to momentary mode:
1. Press the P2 push-button until the green LD light comes on, then release. Green LD light should be flashing.
2. While the LD light is flashing, push the P1 push-button down and release. Green LD light should be steady. Momentary mode is set.


Erasing Single Transmitter from Receiver Memory:
The dipswitch settings of the transmitter to be deleted must be known. If known follow the steps below.
1. Set the dipswitches in a transmitter to match the switch settings of the transmitter code to delete.
2. Press and hold the left transmitter button.
3. On the receiver, push the P1 push-button until the green LD light comes on. Then release both.
4. Press and hold the right transmitter button.
5. On the receiver, push the P2 push-button until the green LD light comes on. Then release both.
6. Transmitter is now erased from receiver memory.


Erasing all Transmitters from Receiver Memory:
1. Press the P2 button on the receiver until the green LD light comes on. Then release P2 button.
2. While LD light is on press the P1 and P2 buttons simultaneously and hold until the green LD light begins to blink slowly. It should blink 4 times then all transmitter codes are erased.
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COMMENT: It's what we needed. by Frances L 8/24/2017
COMMENT: replace old remote by Kevin M 4/7/2017
QUESTION: I have a USAutomatic Patriot 1 gate opener with wireless transmitter for car. After locking back the gate with button 2, how do I close the gate again? by Charles K 5/18/2016
ANSWER: On mine, with the same setup, I just push button 2 again. The same button should open and then close the gate. by P A a
REPLY: Thanks. Have had difficulty with button 2 press, but will try again. Usually end up trying random button presses to make it happen. Will focus on button 2 only. Oddly enough, the manuals do not explain this. by Charles K r
REPLY: Charles: I have two electric gates and use the same code and clicker button #1 on both. Makes things easy. If it doesn't work, you may be obviously doing something wrong. I figured it out and am no rocket scientist. I must have found some directions with the opener. Ken by P A r
ANSWER: I only use the left button #1 to open and close the gate. Have not programed button 2. Have never had a problem. by Robert S a
REPLY: Thanks Robert. We use button 1 to open with delayed auto-close, but use button 2 to lock open gate for visitors. Problem has been getting gate to close after locking open. Usually get it done after random button pressing, but wondering what proper method is. Will try PA's suggestion below. by Charles K r
QUESTION: I old remote was stolen. How do I get another one to work and turn the old one off with out knowing the dipswitch settings? by None N 12/2/2014
ANSWER: Download the manuals..you should be able to simply change the dipswitch settings on the gate controls and then set your new remote to match those settings. That should make your old remote non-functional for your gate and your new one functional. As long as the gate and the remote dipswitch settings match, it doesn't matter what they are. by Frances L a
ANSWER: Your new remote is programmed using any DIP-switch settings you want. The instructions are in the Installation/Owner's Manual. <br /><br />There is no way to turn the stolen remote off or "de-program" the stolen remote. by William B a
QUESTION: I have this one and have not been successful in programing it to my vehicle's HomeLink. Is the P1 button also the "learn button on the HomeLink? .... or can I update to a Homelink compatible transmitter or receiver? by Don B 11/4/2013
ANSWER: Thanks, RC, I agree Homelink is the problem. I have had my gate opener for 5 years and the remotes and receiver have preformed flawlessly. by Don B a
ANSWER: R C did you try to use P1 on top of the controller as the learn button and then follow the home link instructions. I have not yet because I dod not know what will happen. I did contact home link after patriot told me the frequency was 433.92 and homelink gave me this response: "I apologize that you are having problems getting the Homelink to program. 433 MHz is the highest frequency that the Homelink is able to capture and program with. Since the gate is higher than what the Homelink is compatible with you will need to get a different remote and different receiver that operates in the frequency ranges that Homelink is compatible with. Those ranges are 286-322MHz and 336-433MHz." <br /><br />The question is is 433.92 Mhz close enough or over the required 433Mhz to do the "LEARN" steps on home link steps 6-9. by Don B a
REPLY: HomeLink does not work well with USAutomatic receiver because it is 433.92. I have had two cars with HomeLink and both would sometimes work when the car is within 3 ft of the gate. I have a F150 with Car2U that transmits at 300 MHz. I had to install a 300 MHz receiver for that. I have now ordered a 300 MHz remote so I can program my other car that has HomeLink for the 300 MHz receiver. I will reply with the results. USAutomatic tells me HomeLink should extend their BW to 433.92. I say they should use a normal garage door frequency 300MHz. USAutomatic says they use the 433.92 receiver because it uses much less current so not to run down the battery with solar systems. I have had two receivers for 3.5 years and have not run down the battery. I think they want to lock you in to their stuff. I may just remove their receiver. by Wayne M r
ANSWER: Don, I havd the same problem. It may be the odd frequency these remotes transmit and the homelink sytems dont recognize it, i dont know. I have reserved myself to carry remote on the vizor. Spent many hours trying to save tihis on my cars and no luck on any of them. by R C a
REPLY: I think I have this in the right place now. Note: I found on this site where the remotes operate at 433Mhz and the receiver 433.92Mhz Homelink operates at highest at 433. <br /><br /><br />R C did you try to use P1 on top of the controller as the learn button and then follow the home link instructions. I have not yet because I dod not know what will happen. I did contact home link after patriot told me the frequency was 433.92 and homelink gave me this response: <br /><br />"I apologize that you are having problems getting the Homelink to program. 433 MHz is the highest frequency that the Homelink is able to capture and program with. Since the gate is higher than what the Homelink is compatible with you will need to get a different remote and different receiver that operates in the frequency ranges that Homelink is compatible with. Those ranges are 286-322MHz and 336-433MHz." <br /><br />The question is is 433.92 Mhz close enough or over the required 433Mhz to do the "LEARN" steps on home link steps 6-9. by Don B r
REPLY: Continued, i tried the P1 to learn my cars. I could not get any cars, homelink on my motorcycle or other remotes to communcate with the gete operator. I had two other gate systems by other manufactures and had no problems with remotes learning to homelink, but they were on the standard garage door frequency. Niether system lasted much longer than a year. Lots of problems and then total failure. The manufactues threw me under the bus. US Auto has stood behind the product and thier operator is in its 3 year of operation and has been dependable. A lightening strike took out mother board, US Auto sent me another at no charge. But the remote still hangs on my visors. Absolutely no luck getting it to communcate with my cars or homelink. But the dependability out wieghs the remote izsue. by R C r
ANSWER: I haven't done this, but I have been told to try pressing the button on the remote repeatedly instead of pressing it and holding it down while the Homelink is learning. I have been told that the remote sends a short burst when pressed instead of a continuous signal. Good luck. by J E a
REPLY: I did do that also, as the instructions said for a gate opener, and still it would not program in. Is it possible that I am the 1% that is not compatible? by Don B r
QUESTION: Can this transmitter be transfered to a car device? by None N 2/18/2013
ANSWER: Yes, I have my gate and garage door programmed on both my cars. by Robert S a
ANSWER: no, it does not. by J Q a
ANSWER: I was not able to add this to my vehicle openers since I already had two roving garage door openers on it. It would not allow the third button to be programmed to a fixed code device. by S D a
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