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Linear DNR00100 - 1-Channel Plug-in Receiver

Item No. LIN MDR-U
The Model MDR/U 1-Channel Plug-in Receiver is a versatile (universal) receiver that makes it very easy to equip nearly any garage door operator for use with Nice/Linear’s popular MegaCode format transmitters. MegaCode uses a frequency of 318 MHz and features over one million radio codes to all but e

Description

The Model MDR/U 1-Channel Plug-in Receiver is a versatile (universal) receiver that makes it very easy to equip nearly any garage door operator for use with Nice/Linear’s popular MegaCode format transmitters. MegaCode uses a frequency of 318 MHz and features over one million radio codes to all but eliminate any possibility of code duplication. It offers simplified programming via the receiver’s learn mode.

Previously, when installers wanted to add MegaCode capability to a garage door operator that did not come already outfitted with a MegaCode receiver, they had to use Nice/Linear’s MDR receiver in combination with a power transformer. The MDR/U replaces the MDR and plugs directly into any electrical outlet. 

All that is required is running a single two-conductor wire from the MDR/U to the operator’s push-button input.

The MDR/U has one normally open contact output. It can be used to send a remote control signal from up to 10 MegaCode transmitters. A learn mode dramatically simplifies programming to just a button press.

Specifications

Vendor Item No.
DNR00100

Linear DNR00100 - 1-Channel Plug-in Receiver

Item No. LIN MDR-U
The Model MDR/U 1-Channel Plug-in Receiver is a versatile (universal) receiver that makes it very easy to equip nearly any garage door operator for use with Nice/Linear’s popular MegaCode format transmitters. MegaCode uses a frequency of 318 MHz and features over one million radio codes to all but e

Description

The Model MDR/U 1-Channel Plug-in Receiver is a versatile (universal) receiver that makes it very easy to equip nearly any garage door operator for use with Nice/Linear’s popular MegaCode format transmitters. MegaCode uses a frequency of 318 MHz and features over one million radio codes to all but eliminate any possibility of code duplication. It offers simplified programming via the receiver’s learn mode.

Previously, when installers wanted to add MegaCode capability to a garage door operator that did not come already outfitted with a MegaCode receiver, they had to use Nice/Linear’s MDR receiver in combination with a power transformer. The MDR/U replaces the MDR and plugs directly into any electrical outlet. 

All that is required is running a single two-conductor wire from the MDR/U to the operator’s push-button input.

The MDR/U has one normally open contact output. It can be used to send a remote control signal from up to 10 MegaCode transmitters. A learn mode dramatically simplifies programming to just a button press.

Specifications

Vendor Item No.
DNR00100

About Southwest Automated

Established over 30 years ago in Dallas, TX, Southwest Automated Security, Inc. has a history of maintaining excellent relationships with vendors and dealers alike. From exceptional levels of product knowledge and customer service- to partnering with leading manufacturers of wholesale electronic security, we are firmly committed to developing all-inclusive security solutions that aid dealers in achieving their project goals.

© Copyright 2023 Southwest Automated Security, Inc. All rights reserved. 


About Southwest Automated Security

Established over 30 years ago in Dallas, TX, Southwest Automated Security, Inc. has a history of maintaining excellent relationships with vendors and dealers alike. From exceptional levels of product knowledge and customer service- to partnering with leading manufacturers of wholesale electronic security, we are firmly committed to developing all-inclusive security solutions that aid dealers in achieving their project goals
© Copyright 2023 Southwest Automated Security, Inc. All rights reserved.