When mounting the modules, the wiring must always be disconnected and laid in a straight line.
Optimum cable routing
In the event of faults in the decoder (self-switching), connect the minus input of the receiver preamplifier to the PE.
Impractical cable routing
In the case of insufficient receiving range, the following must be heeded:
- Pre-amplifier cable must not be laid parallel to power lines
- Avoid coils and loops
Conditions of reception
Optimum reception conditions are achieved if the following points are observed:
- Transmitters and receiver preamplifiers must lie on an optical axis.
- No direct sunlight or artificial light on the photodiode or focussing lens of the receiver preamplifier.
- It is not permitted to transmit simultaneously with two or more transmitters in a single room, even if different commands are encoded.
Range impairment, fault types
Avoid direct sunlight, e.g. by using a mechanical shutter
Prevent reception through reflections, it is essential to ensure visual contact to the receiver preamplifier
Receiver preamplifiers must not be mounted directly in the emission range of lights