The colourful new line of 1 and 2 channel miniaturised transmitters are available in six colours and provide the following benefits:
433.92 MHz rolling code with the management of identity codes and certificates, self-learning, and built-in proximity receiver
72 bit O-Code encoding
Compatible with receivers with Nice FLOR encoding
Uses data processing and recognition systems that increase its degree of security automation designed to deliver quicker response times.
Simple programming, even at a distance, with Opera receivers by:
Using a transmitter already programmed into the receiver, thanks to the enabling Code exchange between the two
Using the Nice O-Box connection interface. The receiver’s Certificate is entered by just placing the new Inti next to the O-Box and following the guided procedure on a PC or PDA
If a transmitter is stolen or lost with the O-Box the user can replace it, maintaining the same functions as in the previous one or disabling the old transmitter by increasing the priority level on the new Inti.
Combined with the OX2 universal receiver, the Inti transmitter is able to control and manage any automation, including pre-installed systems.
Inti transmitters can be used to replace existing Nice transmitters and will learn the codes they need to work with a range of Nice automation equipment.
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