Nice Apollo FLO2R-S/A – Two Button Two Channel (433MHz) 320N Transmitter Remote
The FLO2R-S/A transmitter by Nice Gate Openers is one of the most versatile gate remote transmitters on the market. This remote was exclusively designed for the control of automation systems, such as opening devices for doors, gates, and roller shutters. This 433.92 MHz rolling code transmitter with self-learning function is the ideal solution for managing multi-use systems with a unique, personal code. The self-learning receivers are able to receive and store up to 256 codes. Since it is impossible to clone, its rolling-code transmission is 100% secure. The codes can be entered at a distance with an authorized transmitter, or with a programming button on the receiver while a LED displays the different functions. Our FLO2R-S/A transmitter meets PML433FRA FCC and 6140A-433FRA regulations.
Please Note: This transmitter will ONLY work with receivers purchased in the United States. Even if your receiver has the same frequency as the US version, this transmitter will NOT work with ANY receivers purchased outside of the USA.
Programming Your Nice FLO2R-S/A Transmitter with the 318N Receiver
Press and release the yellow learn button on the receiver inside the Apollo Box. The red light next to the learn button will turn on and stay on for 5 seconds. While the red light on the receiver is turned on, press and hold either button on your transmitter until the light on the receiver turns off, then release the transmitter button. Wait one second, then press and release the transmitter button. The receiver light will blink 3 times, indicating your transmitter is programmed. Repeat these steps for additional transmitters.
Programming and Wiring Instructions for 2nd Button
Second button should be used to control another gate within close proximity to the gate controlled by the primary button. Follow the instructions above to program your transmitter to the gate. Remove the green and white wires from terminal numbers 3 and 4 on the receiver and move them to terminal numbers 5 and 6 on the receiver.
Replacing the Battery
When the battery is flat, the range of the transmitter and the brightness of the LED light are reduced. The normal function is re-established when the flat battery is replaced, making sure that the poles are respected. Please dispose of old batteries via local laws and regulations. Flat batteries contain polluting substances and must not be discarded along with regular household waste.