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I tried to program the Centurion remote directly and it didn't work. I was advised to buy a receiver which i did. I need to know how do i connect it to my Digidoor2 motor to pair with the Centurion D5 Gate motor
Hi there Vusi.
You should have a manual open and close switch on the wall for your Digidoor. You need to find the two wires which control the open and close functions on the Digidoor Trace these back to the Digidoor motor connect these to the Comm and NO terminals. You also need to supply 12V power to the receiver This needs to be connected to the Possitive and Negative terminals on the receiver. These connections originate in the Digidoor motor housing and can be connected right there. Some Digidoor motors have connection terminals for additional remote receivers in the housing. Remember that the minimum connections needed are Positive, Common(Sometimes the common is also the negative supply so you can bridge the common and negative terminals on the receiver) and NO. Then pair the remote with the receiver as per the instructions in the receiver box. If you still cannot come right post pics of the PC boards of your receiver and Digidoor motor and I will identify the connections for you
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Steps to Programming Centurion Nova Remotes
1. Unlock the motor cover with your Centurion Key, remove this cover.
2. Inside the perspex enclosure there is a small Receiver Board (approx size of a matchbox), identified by wording CENTURION CP9Z, also has the wording J1-Learn; J2-Erase.
3. There will be a small 'shunt' placed on one of the pins labelled J1, J2 or the centre pin - these are the 'Learn' pins.
4. Remove this shunt and place it over (or bridge) the J1 and centre pin together. The red LED Status light, to the left of the Learn Pins will illuminate.
5. Remove the new Remote/Transmitter from its packaging, hold down the required button once and the red LED Status light on the Receiver Board will flash once indicating that the button has been learned. As soon as the light has flashed, remove your finger from the button.
6. If further Remotes/Transmitters are to be added to the system, repeat step 5.
7. Ensure that you now remove the 'shunt' and place it back onto the blank or J2 pin - do not leave it bridging two pins.
8. Close the enclosure, place the motor cover back onto the motor and lock in place.
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