11 operation – Kinze Grain Carts Rev. 7/14 User Manual

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Channel programming example:
The transmitter in this example is labeled with the following five channels:

• Tarp System
• Front Hopper
• Back Hopper
• Lights
• Auxiliary

These channel labels are for a standard agricultural transmitter. Your transmitter label may differ.

The task is to enable the Tarp System, Front Hopper and Back Hopper channels.

1. Hold down the Select button for 10 seconds. The transmitter will enter Learn Mode. The Tarp System channel LED
will be lit. All other channel LEDs are off.

2. Press the Open/On button to enable the Tarp System channel. The Front Hopper LED will now be lit.

3. Press the Open/On button to enable the Front Hopper. The Back Hopper LED will be lit.

4. Press the Open/On button to enable the Back Hopper. The Lights channel LED will be lit.

5. Press the Close/Off button to disable the lights. The Auxiliary LED will be lit.

6. Press the Close/Off button to disable the Auxiliary channel LED.

7. The transmitter will display all activated channels for three seconds. The transmitter will automatically exit Channel
and revert to Operational Mode. The Tarp System LED will be flashing, indicating that the channel is
active and ready for operation.



to receiver programming:





wireless systems are typically pre-programmed at the factory or by the dealer and should be

ready to use as shipped. Re-programming is necessary after replacement transmitters or receivers are installed.
Use the following method to program the RF receiver to accept and respond to signals from up to fi ve transmitters.
The receiver will not accept or respond to signals from transmitters that have not been programmed using this method.

1. Remove the receiver cover, pulling gently on the cover to prevent damage to wires that are connected to the rocker

2. Check to be sure the 3500 is connected to the power supply. The receiver must be connected to power to be
programmed. If a battery disconnect switch is installed, make sure it is turned on.

3. The receiver can learn to recognize and respond to up to five transmitters. Gather all of the transmitters to be
introduced to the receiver. Open the transmitter lid(s) in order to turn them on.

4. Set the transmitter(s) to the appropriate channel (Tarp System, etc.). See Transmitter Operation & Programming

NOTE: Read the following steps in their entirety before proceeding. Steps 6 to 8 must be completed within 10

5. Press and hold the programming button on the bottom of the RF solenoid for fi ve seconds. The solenoid will beep
to indicate that it is in programming mode. Release the programming button.