Allstar 639T Open Close Stop 9-Door Stationary Transmitter Review

The Allstar 639T Open Close Stop 9-Door Stationary Transmitter is designed to work with Allstar Receivers. A selector switch on the Transmitter determines which door will be controlled in a multi-door installation.

Basic Specifications

This model is designed for commercial automatic doors and gate operators. It is intended to operate multiple receivers through multiple operators. The three buttons of the product, the OPEN, CLOSE and STOP are buttons that are used for commercial operating functions. The STOP button is RED colored for immediate identification. It also includes a rotary switch for the purpose of picking what buttons are to be used.

The Allstar 639T also features three operation push buttons that have a surrounding bezel. This bezel is used to protect the item from unintentional activation. Designed for stationary mounting, users can have easy access to the battery and coding switch. It is powered by a 9-volt battery and operates at code 6561 which is normally set by eight trinary dip switches. The radio frequency at which this item operates is 318MHz.

Tips on How to Program (or Reprogram the Item) Plus Compatibility with other Remotes

The Allstar 639T is operationally compatible with 831R, 831RJ, MVP-3CH-24V-3T-4W, MVP-MR-3CH as well as MVP-3CH-12V-8W-FC receivers that use OPEN, CLOSE and STOP buttons. It is operational to codes 6561 which is set by eight trinary dip switches.

Allstar 639T

This Transmitter is used to control up to 9 different doors. This is accomplished by setting the selector switch on the transmitter to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9. Start coding by matching all 8 code switches in the transmitter and receivers. The code switches may be set in any random pattern of +, 0 and – positions. In receiver 1, set code switch #7 to + and code switch #8 +; in receiver 2, set code switch #7 to + and code #8 to 0. Continue setting the codes as instructed in the user’s manual.

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