Beninca remote controls that use ARC coding are not compatible with SOLO, but can also operate with the old coding (HCS) which is instead supported by SOLO.
Changing the type of encoding
1) Press and hold keys T1 and T2 simultaneously, as in the image below
After about 3 seconds the LED starts flashing, the number of flashes indicates the currently set encoding:
- 3 flashes and 1 second pause, the transmitter is configured as ARC
- 4 flashes and 1 second pause, the transmitter is configured as ARC + HCS
- 2 flashes and 1 second pause, the transmitter is configured as HCS
2) Keeping the buttons T1-T2 pressed after about 20 seconds, the LED turns on steady for about 3s.
Releasing the buttons during these 3s the transmitter is configured with the mode
next operation among the 3 listed above.
3) Press the buttons again for 20 seconds to switch to HCS mode
NB If the T1 / T2 buttons are released when the LED is not on with steady light, do not
no configuration changes are made.
Now carry out the same procedure for all the remaining radio controls.
Having changed the type of coding, the radio controls are no longer associated with the control unit. To re-pair, follow the instructions below specific to your ECU model.
Association of radio controls
Follow the procedure dedicated to your control unit model to re-associate the radio controls.
For control units with external or plug-in receiver
- Press the Program button until the red LED lights up.
- Within 5 seconds, press the button of the transmitter to be associated with channel 1.
- Within the next 5 seconds it is possible to memorize a new transmitter on channel 1.
- To associate channel 2, press the Program button on the device twice until the green LED lights up.
- Within 5 seconds, press the button of the transmitter to be associated with channel 2.
- Within the next 5 seconds it is possible to memorize a new transmitter on channel 2.
- For control units with incorporated receiver
Control unit with integrated receiver and without display
In this type of control unit there is a programming button and a signaling LED that allows programming the functions of the integrated receiver.
The name of the button and the LED may vary depending on the control unit, in the example below we refer to a CP.J3 control unit:
- Press the PGM button once for 1s, the DL1 LED starts flashing with a 1s pause to indicate that the receiver is waiting for a transmitter code.
- Within 10s, press the button of the transmitter to be memorized with the PP function, after memorizing the receiver automatically exits the programming phase.
- Further transmitters can be memorized within 10s of memorisation.
- Some control units use the LED or the courtesy light to confirm memorization.
- To exit programming, without memorizing any transmitter, wait 10s.
Control units with integrated receiver and display
In this type of control unit there is a radio menu through which it is possible to carry out all the programming operations of the integrated receiver
- Press the <OK> button, the LCD display turns on and takes you to the first available menu (usually “Parameters” PAR).
- With the <+> or <-> button go to the “RADI” (RADIO) menu.
- Press the <OK> button, the display shows the first function available in the menu (normally the PP function).
- Select the “PP” function with the <+> or <-> button.
- Press the <OK> button, the display will show the message “PUSH” to indicate waiting for a button and ask you to press the button of the transmitter you want to associate.
- When the operation is completed, “OK” will appear on the display.