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The Switch Director allows for one external switch to control two different outputs. Short presses will operate one of the pieces of equipment. Change control by pressing the switch for a specified period of time, the switch then controls the second piece of equipment. The Radio Linked unit has the capacity to operate local and radio wave frequency devices (such as doors) with up to 4 outputs. The device can be customised.

General Details

Method of Use

OPERATION:
Switch Director
This unit is controlled by a very small microprocessor.
Plug your switch into the Switch Director.
Plug output switch lead one into one of the devices that you wish to control.
Plug output switch lead two into the other device that you wish to control.

Switch Director can be programmed:other options are available
Switch presses of a short duration will activate the currently selected output.
To change the selected output, press and hold the input switch until the Switch Director beeps. (one beep to change to output one or two beeps to change to output two).
Subsequent presses will be directed to the other output

To change the selected output, press and hold the input switch until the Switch Director beeps (first one beep then two beeps).
Release the switch after the first beep and subsequent presses will be directed to output switch lead one.
OR
Release the switch after the two beeps and subsequent presses will be directed to output switch lead two.

Radio Linked Switch Director:
Technical Solutions can provide a Radio Linked Switch Director with various operating options.
Example:one local output, plugged into the communicator, and one radio linked (cordless) output that can be used to remotely trigger your door opener.
This Switch Director can have a total of up to four outputs and it has a built in radio transmitter so that remote device/s can be operated via a Radio Link Receiver

These units can have the following outputs:
Up to a maximum of 4 outputs.
Up to a maximum of 2 local outputs.
Up to a maximum of 4 Radio Linked outputs.

Extra product information

SET UP:
Plug your switch into the Switch Director.
Plug output switch lead one into one of the devices that you wish to control.
Plug output switch lead two into the other device that you wish to control.

METHOD OF USE:
Switch presses of a short duration will activate the currently selected output.
To change the selected output, press and hold the input switch until the Switch Director beeps. (One beep to change to output one, two beeps to change to output two).
Subsequent presses will be directed to the other output.

RADIO LINKED:
The radio linked version uses radio frequency to enable the user to access devices without the need for cords. An example of this in practice would be when the user has one local output, plugged into the communicator, and one radio linked (cordless) output that is used to remotely trigger a door opener.

The radio linked version can have a total of up to four outputs and it has a built in radio transmitter so that remote device/s can be operated via a Radio Link Receiver

Manufacturer/Country

Australia

Warranty

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Maintenance

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Models / Specifications

Model SMSD1X2 : Switch Director

  • Width Overall 65 mm
  • Length Overall 130 mm
  • Thickness 25 mm
  • Weight Overall 160 g

Model SMSD-RLTX: Switch Director, with Local and/or Radio Link Transmitter outputs

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