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BEA 10TD433PB9V 433 MHz Digital Transmitter, 9V Battery

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Product Description:
BEA logo Digital Transmitter 433 MHz with Flag Connectors
  • 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 styles and they transmit a unique rolling code each time the transmitter is activated (thus providing a secure door opening signal).
  • 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: when buying a new transmitter will the new transmitter need programmed and how do you program it
A: The transmitters are set at a fixed frequency and all programming is done vip DIP switches at the receiver.

See pages one and two here:

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Q: Hi Richard, I am looking at your BEA 10TD433PB9V digital transmitter for acting as a handicap door opener. I am adding an opener to an existing door configuration using that part. My question is will this part just begin working with the existing door when I hook it up, or does it need numerical programming before it will work with the existing unit? Yes, the door currently has one transmitter and one receiver on the door. It works perfectly. The part number of the other transmitter is the same as the number I have supplied above. What I do not know is if there is any coding above the 433 MHz frequency for opening the door. I.E. Can I just add this new transmitter to the mix, or does it need to be coded to the particular receiver?
A: Assuming you already have a BEA 10RD433 433 MHz Digital Receiver as seen here:

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and you want to add a new BEA 10TD433PB9V 433 MHz Digital Transmitter into the installation, first the instructions are here:

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and as you see this is just like programming your garage door at home. Could not be easier.

In short:

1. Set dip switches on the receiver to the desired activation cycle (dip switch 1 -Toggle or Pulse and dip switch 2 - 0.5s or 10s hold)
2. Press either Learn w/Delay Button or Learn w/No Delay Button on the receiver depending on the activation requirements (If delay learn is selected, adjust potentiometer to counterclockwise limit, 0 second delay). After learn cycle is complete, adjust potentiometer to desired delay time (0-30 sec).
3. Depress transmitter button repeatedly until Blue LED on the receiver illuminates (indicating reception of signal from transmitter). NOTE: Repeat Steps 2-3 to program additional transmitters.
4. To test the system, depress transmitter button (Red LED on Transmitter will illuminate) and observe that the Blue LED illuminates on the receiver. This indicates that the relay has been activated.

Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take deep pride in our technical expertise, as we know it separates us from our competition, so don't hesitate to ask.

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Q: Is there a 12v version of this transmitter?
A: For the BEA 10TD433 these are powered by 3 or 9 volt batteries only. I get the impression you want to hard wire a transmitter using low voltage dc 12 v current - neat idea, and frankly not sure why I have never been asked this before.

I spoke to BEA, Steve in tech support and he said, literally "well it might work, I never tries it before".

He feels, based on the generous tolerance of the unit, it is possible it will work, but also possible it will "smoke" as he stated. They only way to know is to try, which he offered to do,, but only at a cost of the unit with no guarantee of success -

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Q: Sorry, I meant to type "data rate", my bad. What is the bps?
A: May I ask as professional curiosity - why is the value important to you?
Q: I am doing research on this product for an undergraduate class.
A: I am in receipt of a response direct from BEA and is as follows:

As a matter of policy, BEA doesn’t provide internal information about our products beyond what is provided on the cut sheet or users guide. We would provide such information if our customer requires it for some integration or application, or to meet a specification, or is required for a joint business collaboration.

Obviously they consider this data somewhat proprietary and can only honor the company policy regarding this request.

Q: having trouble using mine communicating with automatic door. learn led always flashing. brand new.
A: Can you tell me what receiver you are using or what you are learning it to?
Q: Hey Richard, I need to replace the batteries for some of these things and I'm curious to know, how long do the 9v batteries usually last?
A: Depends on the usage but I see 1 - 2 - years as an average. My policy is to replace them annually just as you do with smoke detectors.
Q: Ive replaced the 9V battery. LED flashes correctly when pressed, but signal does not transmit. The door doesnt open. Help?
A: Have you programmed the transmitter to the receiver?
Q: The unit isn’t a replacement, therefore it’s been working fine for years. It shouldn’t need reprogramming correct?
A: It may. Go through the reprogramming steps and replace if you cannot pair the transmitter to the receiver.
Q: Just to follow up on this, once I removed the faceplate on the receiver and looked at the unit itself, it appears the signal is transmitting okay in that the RED light will illuminate on the transmitter when depressed and instantly the RED LED on the receiver flashes. So it seems its receiving the signal. I went through the programming STEPS as indicated here:

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image.png However no "BLUE" light ever appears. Should we just order a new transmitter? Im worried that this might not solve the issue as it seems the signal is being transmitted and received? Also we have an interior unit which works and still works fine. Its only the "outdoor" unit that is failing at the moment. Do you have any other suggestions? Best

A: Replacing that transmitter is the next logical step. You know the receiver works as your other transmitter still works and I believe we sent you a quote for the BEA 10TD433PB9V 433 MHz Digital Transmitter, 9V Battery unit.

Once you have the new transmitter installed, please report back to us.

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