REMOTE CONTROLS

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  • M15/M25

    A new tag has to be memorised into your security system for it to operate – this is called ‘code learning’. The coding instructions can be found in your owners manual (which you can download from our website if yours is misplaced) or detailed below. In order to carry out ‘code learning’ you will need to have either an existing working tag or know the PIN code (if applicable) for your system.

    TAG15 – PROGRAMMING TOUCH KEYS (maximum 3):

    Disarm the system with existing touch key or by using the PIN code override
    Within 20 seconds of disarm, turn the ignition off/on 5 times (OFF-ON, OFF/ON, OFF/ON, OFF/ON, OFF/ON) Leaving in the ON position. The LED will light solid
    Touch the receptacle with the 1st touch key for 1 second, LED will flash once
    Touch the receptacle with the 2nd touch key for 1 second, LED will flash twice
    Touch the receptacle with the 3rd touch key for 1 second, LED will flash three times
    The system will complete the programming sequence after the 3rd touch key is programmed or the ignition is turned OFF.

    TAG25 – PROGRAMMING TOUCH KEYS (maximum 4):

    Disarm the system with an existing tag or by using the PIN override
    Open the drivers door and leave open
    Turn the ignition ON/OFF 3 times
    The LED will flash 3 times (beeper will beep 3 times) to confirm learning mode
    Within 10 seconds present the 1st tag to the antenna LED will flash once (beeper will beep once)
    Repeat up to 4 tags 2 beeps for 2nd tag, 3 beeps for 3rd tag, etc
    Leave system for 10 seconds to complete the learning procedure.

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    M20, M24, M40

    Complete remote: MRC200W

    Suitable for:

    M20 / M20S / M24 / M40 / MX200 / AA660

  • M33 – MCL3000 – MCL3400

    Complete remote control: Part# MRC33

    A new remote has to be memorised into your security system for it to operate – this is called ‘code learning’.

    The coding instructions can be found in your owners manual (which you can download from our website if yours is misplaced) .

  • M400 / M450MKII

    M400 alarm:- Complete remote – MRC400
    M450MKII alarm:- Complete remote – MRC450NZ
    M450MKi – discontinued
    Replacement plastic case: Part# 242021

    These Mongoose remote controls had a ‘fixed code’. 303.6MHz
    Replacement remotes need to be coded by us to suit your alarm system.
    The code is printed on a white label inside an existing remote control. To order a replacement, quote the above part number and the remote’s code number

  • M60 SERIES

    Part# MRC63B – Blue LED – 303Mhz
    2009 to mid 2011
    Part# MRC63G – Green LED – 433Mhz
    Current – from mid 2011

    Battery type: CR2016 x 2

    Not interchangable with each other. The above frequencies are allocated by NZ Radio Service for ‘short duration transmission’ vehicle security use. Compliance N4096 Z333
    Replacement plastic case: Part# 242163
    A new remote has to be memorised into your security system for it to operate – this is called ‘code learning’. The coding instructions can be found in your owners manual (which you can download from our website if yours is misplaced) or is detailed below.

    To learn new remotes to M60 models:

    Disarm by existing remote, or use the override
    Open the drivers door and leave open
    Turn the ignition ON/OFF 3 times – siren chirps
    Press arm button on first remote (siren chirps)
    Press arm button on second remote (siren chirps)
    Repeat for any other remotes
    Wait 10 seconds for learning process to complete

  • M60 SERIES

    Pre 2009

    Complete remote: MRC60
    Replacement plastic case:
    Part# 242060 (upper design) or 242160 (lower design)

    A new remote has to be memorised into your security system for it to operate – this is called ‘code learning’. The coding instructions can also be found in your owners manual (which you can download from our website if yours is misplaced) or is detailed below. 433MHz

  • M80 SERIES

    Part# MRC83G – Green LED – 303Mhz

    2009 to mid 2011
    Part# MRC83R – Red LED – 433Mhz
    Current – from mid 2011

    Battery type: CR2032 x 1

  • M80 SERIES

    Complete remote: MRC80
    Replacement plastic case: Part# 242080
    Suitable for: All pre-2009 M80 models & MX750

    A new remote has to be memorised into your security system for it to operate – this is called ‘code learning’. The coding instructions can be found in your owners manual (which you can download from our website if yours is misplaced) or is detailed below. 433MHz

    To learn new remotes to M80 models:

    Disarm by existing remote, or use the override
    Open the drivers door and leave open
    Turn the ignition ON/OFF 3 times – siren chirps
    Press arm button on first remote (siren chirps)
    Press arm button on second remote (siren chirps)
    Repeat for any other remotes
    Wait 10 seconds for learning process to complete

    To learn MRC80 to MX750

    Disarm by existing remote, or use the override
    Ignition ON and press override button 4 times and hold down on 4th press (siren chirps after 3rd press)
    Press arm button on first remote (siren chirps)
    Press arm button on second remote (siren chirps)
    Repeat for any other remotes
    Release the override button and turn ignition OFF
    NOTE: existing remotes must be re-learnt at the same time

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