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BEA 10RD433 433 MHz Digital Receiver

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BEA 10RD433 433 MHz Digital Receiver
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BEA logo 433 MHz Digital Receiver
  • Operates with a unique rolling code each time the switch is activated.
  • Multiple applications (i.e. Vestibule) with Delay or No Delay programming.
  • 100 transmitters can be programmed into a single receiver.
  • Allows for removal of a single transmitter code.
  • 433 MHz Extended Hold (EH) version as seen here: BEA 10RD433EH. The transmitters used in conjunction with an Extended Hold (EH) receiver, once depressed and held, are designed to hold the door open until the transmitter button is released. Once released the 'EH' receiver will begin its no delay or predetermined delay time countdown sequence and allow the door to close.
  • The 433MHz Series Transmitters and Receiver are ideal for the wireless activation and/or sequencing of automatic doors. The transmitters are available in hand-­held or pushplate styles and they transmit a unique rolling code each time the transmitter is activated (thus providing a secure door opening signal). The transmitter PN: 10TD433PB9V is powered by a 9-­volt battery whereas all other transmitters are powered by a 3 volt battery and all illuminate a Red LED when activated.
  • Since receivers can be individually programmed, multiple receivers can be programmed differently thus allowing for sequencing in multiple applications. Upon activation (pushplate / transmitter), all receivers will acquire the signal at the same time;; however, each receiver will respond according to their programming. Those receivers programmed with NO DELAY will active immediately upon receiving the transmitter signal. Those receivers programmed with a DELAY will activate at the end of their pre-­determined time delay set by the potentiometer. The use of multiple receivers will allow for the uninterrupted pace or hands free operations through a pair of doors upon initial activation.



Questions and Answers
Q: On this 10RD433 I wish to use this to wirelessly unlock a Fail Safe electric deadbolt. The installation Instructions specifically state This product IS NOT intended for use with Maglocks / Electric Strikes. Contact BEA, Inc. for further information.. Can you tell me what specifically would not allow this arrangement to work?
A: Yes, we would recommend using a Br3 or another relay in combination with the 10RD433 to switch the strike on or off. The reason for this is because the relays inside the 10RD433 are not capable of switching that kind of current and will burn out significantly faster than normal.

It’s fine to use the 433 to trigger a relay or a Br3 to switch the lock though.

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Q: Hi there. I was wondering if you have any recommended clickers that will work with the BEA10RD433 receivers. Looking for something powerful…we currently use the keychain type remotes and they don’t seem to have the range we’re looking for. Thanks! Junji
A: What range do you need the transmitters to be capable of?
Q: Hoping to have a transmit range of about 100’ away from receiver.
A: The range or line of sight for the 433 Frequency transmitters, as seen here:

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is approximately 150 ft.

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Q: I have a site that has a Stanley door opener and the 10RD433EH (pic attached). I want to add the option so he can open the door with either his wireless transmitter or from an automation controller that I can provide closed contact. Can I put the my closed contact in parallel with the 433 to open the door, or is there additional hardware that I need to make both options available to the client? Tom
A: What model Stanley operator are you using?
Q: Here’s a pic from the door: does the ID provide you with the right info to assess the model? Tom Thomas
A: Pet ID number from the Stanley door isn't a very helpful information. However it is not helpful to me because I do not retain a log of all of the Stanley manufacture doors and ID numbers. Having said that without knowing the model of the door operator that's on the door? I can only suggest that you contact Stanley automatic door directly.

If you are able to remove the cover from the operator and send me the photographs of the cover itself namely the controller and the motor, I can provide you with additional information regarding the compatibility of the addition of the wireless receiver that you want to add to the opening .

Q: Want to know how to troubleshoot a BEA 10RD433.
A: Regarding the BEA 10RD433 433 MHz Digital Receiver the troubleshooting procedure can be reviewed on page 4 of 4 here:

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If you have a specific condition not addressed on the troubleshooting guide please feel free to reach out to us.

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Q: how to wire norton 5610 to BEA 10RD433 433
A: The link as seen here:

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will show you how to go about wiring the receiver to the operator.

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Q: We recently installed the 10RD433 Receiver to open an overhead forklift door. Are there any machine mounted transmitters available that work well with this receiver?
A: Are you looking to have a transmitter available for the forklift operator to use?
Q: Been told a Erone remote fob (also 433.92mhz) would work with this Receiver. Is that true??
A: Which Erone remote are you wanting to use?
Q: I need a longer antenna.
A: How many feet do you have from the transmitter to the receiver?
Q: RICHARD HOWARD Receiver is in a drop ceiling and about 20 feet from the transmitter.
A: Regarding extending the antenna - you can do so in increments of 6-3/4" lengths and up to three additional 6-3/4" lengths can be added. Be sure to match the wire gauge as close as possible to the antenna however this is not extremely critical although I would measure it with a caliper and then order the additional wire size accordingly.
Q: How do you sync it with controls?
A: The receiver of course needs to work with a transmitter and if you'll tell me what you are wanting to connect the receiver to I will be able to give you a more focused answer.
Q: Hello... The unit is not responding to "clicks" from the outside door button or inside door button, so the outer door for the entry does not open. A single metal housing contains the BEA unit, control board and motor to open the door. It is located on the inside of the doorframe. - the inner door always responds to both those clickers. - pulling on the outer door activates its automated opening cycle - the reception on the outer door door does not fail when I remove the metal cover over the BEA unit and motor for the door. - if the cover is partially re-installed with a 3/4 gap at the end near the receiver, the clicker causes opening reliably. Closing that last 3/4" so the cover can be screwed on causes consistent failure to open the door. Ive done several gap/no-gap tests to verify this is a repeatable situation. - I drilled a hole in the cover and fed the short green antenna wire through the hole so it is outside the metal cover and it made no difference. Any thoughts on this one?
A: I would remove your radio frequency receiver from the metal, assuming steel enclosure.
Q: Hello will the BEA 10RD433 activate the NO and NC? If I want to wire something to NO and something else to NC will it perform the function with both at same time?
A: Yes, the BEA 10RD433 433 MHz Digital Receiver will allow you to wire a circuit as NO Normally Open or NC normally closed. See step 5 of the installation instructions as seen here:

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