ATA Megacode Receiver

ATA Megacode Receiver to suit PTX-4 & PTX-5 with TriCode or SecuraCode

Capable of operating four separate devices, the TrioCode™ MegaCode® Receiver uses a menu driven control system with LCD display to make management of up to 511 transmitters and various operating inputs

Features

Console
Incorporated into the MegaCode® receiver is a simple to use console which consists of several buttons and a display. With the addition of the console, facilities which were only available on previous receivers using an additional hand held programmer are now available as standard via a simple menu system. Features include editing transmitter storage and names, setting various parameters, and performing system diagnostics.

Multiple Modes Of Control
The solid state relay outputs of the MegaCode® receiver can be controlled by remote control transmitters, wired inputs and a programmable time clock. Each output can be con? gured to be a steady state or ? ashing output

Transmitter Management Flexibility
Whenever a large number of transmitters are used, managing those transmitter effectively is of great importance. The MegaCode® receiver provides many features which enhance transmitter management. Transmitters can be listed by store location, group number, serial number or I.D label. Tools are available which allow transmitters to be Replaced, Deleted and Edited. A quick transmitter code set feature is provided which allows the button functions of an existing transmitter to be copied to all transmitters to be coded. This feature allows many transmitters to be coded without the need for the installer to touch any console buttons during the coding process.

TrioCode™ Code Hopping Technology
Every time a TrioCode™ transmitter is used, a new security code is randomly generated from over 4.29 billion possibilities. This greatly enhances the security of the system and makes “code grabbing” a thing of the past.These transmitters also overcome interference issues by simultaneously sending a signal over three slightly different frequencies. Even if two of the three signals are jammed, the system will still work.