Changing the Privacy Code on Your Carlon Chimes Video Transcript
Hey this is Michael with 1800Doorbell.com a Lord Henry Enterprises Company. And what you see in front of me is the RC3250 Wireless Door Chime Kit from Carlon. And what we’re going to discuss in this video are privacy codes. And essentially what privacy codes do are enable you to change the wireless operating frequency of the product. If you’re getting interference from other devices or lets say you have a series of push buttons and receivers in your home or office and you want to isolate certain ones within themselves you would change the privacy codes.
So we got the two pieces of the RC3250 kit here we have got the 3301 the RC3301, and then here is the RC3253 which is the receiver or the push button. You’ll notice there is take a little screwdriver and push that in
and the plate pops off. And what you will notice are a series of little circular wires product line from Carlon. And on the back with a screw.
What I am going to do is unscrew this. And then pop off the door. And what were going to see is some corresponding wires in the same number as these. And changing the privacy code is as easy as taking something like fingernail
clippers and snipping wires on the transmitter and then snipping the corresponding wires wire 1 and 5 on the transmitter I need to so that is going to insure that both of these frequency.
If you have got a series of products in your home or office and you want make sure they’re only communicating with themselves. Then you would just match these privacy codes with one another. By default these wires are not
snipped and obviously once you snip the wires you cant go back. And so if you accidentally snip that same wire or combination of wires on the receiver as well. This is going to prevent neighboring push buttons from interfering
with your system and any other devices that could happen to be operating on the same frequency.
So this was a quick video please give us a and we would be happy to give you some help on this product or any other product line. Most of them operate on the same premise its dip switches is a little different depending
on the product line. Thanks and have a great day!