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Linear Mini Digital Remote Control Transmitter ACT-34B


Linear

PART NUMBER: LR-ACT34B

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Old Part Number: ACT-34B, ACP00872

Linear Mini Digital Remote Control Transmitter ACT-34B

Linear ACT-34B 4-Channel Mini Key Ring Transmitter is designed for use with Linear access control products. This 4-channel remote control transmitter is MegaCode format, which means each transmitter is factory preprogrammed with one of over 1,000,000 codes, virtually eliminating the possibility of code duplication. Because the receiver learns each specific code, no unauthorized person can gain access to the system by reprogramming a transmitter. Block coded transmitters are factory programmed to a sequential series of transmitter ID codes. When used with a Linear access controller, transmitters can be locally or remotely programmed into memory by entering the first and last codes of the block into the system. Facility codes can be selected to further customize the system.

Includes:
  • Remote control
  • Quick disconnect ring
  • Batteries
  • Instructions
Features:
  • Rolling code technology
  • Easy programming
Specifications:
  • Frequency: 318 Mhz
  • Dimensions: 1.25" x 2.25" x .48"
  • Battery: 3 volt lithium 2016
  • Model No: ACT-34B
  • Part No: ACP00872
  • Code Set: Learn
  • Color: Black
  • Manufacturer: Linear
Compatible with:
  • AE1000Plus Commercial Telephone Entry System with Access Control - Four Doors
  • AE2000Plus Commercial Telephone Entry System with Access Control - Four Doors, Large Screen
  • AKR-1 Exterior Digital Keypad with Radio Receiver
  • AM-RPR Remote Proximity Receiver
  • AM-RRR Remote Radio Receiver
  • AM3Plus 4-Portal Access Controller
  • MDR 1-Channel Receiver
  • MDR-2 2-Channel Receiver
  • MDRG 1-Channel Gate Receiver
  • SMDRG 1-Channel Gate Receiver
  • WOR Wiegand Output Receiver

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