This wireless receiver is used in conjunction with the WK100 wireless Remote Keypad or TM1-FGS wireless Grip Switch and plugs into the Remote Control connector on the end of the Raceclock. This receiver will typically operate for 200 hours using standare alkaline batteries.
The WR100 Receiver is supplied with self-adhesive Velcro patches for mounting the unit onto the side of your Raceclock. It is installed by adhering the Velcro patches to the back side of the Receiver (at each corner) and then attaching it to the right-side of the Raceclock – just above the Power On/Off switch. The 8-pin connector is then plugged into the Remote Control port of the Raceclock. This connector is “keyed” with an indentation at top – so it can only be inserted in the proper orientation. Note: The Raceclock should be turned off before connecting the Remote Control connector. It will not cause damage if the Raceclock is already on, but it may cause improper operation of the receiver electronics. When the Raceclock’s power is switched on, the control box will automatically power up. This will be indicated by the Status LED illuminating. The Status LED will initially be illuminated YELLOW and blink On/Off if connected to an LM-Series Raceclock. If connected to an XLSeries Raceclock, the LED will toggle between RED and GREEN. After the power up sequence, the Status LED turns RED. If the “clock-type” (LM or XL Series) is correctly detected by the internal processor, it will indicate this by performing a 3 second countdown of the Raceclock. If this countdown does not occur, then either the clock-type was not detected correctly or a circuit failure may have occurred and the unit may need to be sent in for repair. Each device that “connects” with the Wireless System Receiver will transmit a unique ID code to allow the receiver’s processor to identify and properly interpret the received data. So before a device can be wirelessly connected to the receiver, its ID code must first be programmed into the receiver’s memory.