Frequently Asked Questions



What's the learn/pair procedure for my system?

Once a transmitter and receiver have learned the same radio address the receiver will only receive commands from the paired transmitter. There are four methods currently used for a transmitter and receiver to learn each other’s radio address. The four methods are tether, learn button, learn fuse and 10 second power up.


Tether pairing
Systems with tether cables use the tether communication for exchanging radio addresses. Connect the tether, verify that receiver is receiving commands than disconnect the tether and verify again.


Learn button

Pressing a learn button on a receiver causes it to search for a new radio address. Turn on transmitter, hold learn button for three seconds, release, and then verify that receiver is receiving commands. It is important that other Miratron transmitters in the area are not transmitting while performing this procedure. Some handheld transmitters do not transmit or have a status light unless a command button is held down.



Learn fuse
Removing then replacing a learn fuse in the wiring harness causes the receiver to search for a new radio address. Power up both the transmitter and receiver, remove the learn fuse for three seconds, replace, and then verify that receiver is receiving commands. Wiring harnesses can have learn fuses and or protection fuses. The learn fuses are three amp and the protection fuses are 10 amp. An alternate method is simply to disconnect the black Deutsch connector for three seconds.


10 second power up
On small handheld systems if specific transmitter buttons are pressed within 10 seconds of powering up the receiver it causes the receiver to search for a new radio address. Power up the transmitter, power on the receiver, on the transmitter press and hold for three seconds the two buttons in the second row from the top within 10 seconds of receiver power up. An easy way to reboot the receiver is to disconnect then reconnect the Deutsch connector for three seconds.


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