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Disconnect power to the garage door or gate
opener before installing the receiver.
Children operating or playing with a garage door or
gate opener can injure themselves and others.
garage door or gate could close and cause serious
injury or death.
Do not allow children to operate the
push buttons or the remote control transmitters.
Install the receiver (and any additional push
buttons) out of the reach of children and away from
all moving parts of the door or gate and its
where the garage door or gate is
A moving garage door or gate could injure
someone under it.
Activate the opener only when
the door or gate is properly adjusted, you can see it
clearly, and there are no obstructions to door or
The ACRx 2 is a radio receiver which controls a gate or door
opener. It can recognize as many as 1,000 different transmitters.
It assigns a unique identification code to the user of each
transmitter, and can produce a record of when each one is used to
gain access. The ACRx 2 can be easily programmed by any
authorized person to add new users, remove users, suspend users
temporarily, or open the gate or door by pushing one button. It
can be connected to a computer for additional control and
Once the ACRx 2 is installed, it may be programmed by the
installer or by the custodian of the gate. The same procedures are
used to make changes at a later time.
Mechanical and electrical installation must be performed by
qualified, professional service personnel. Knowledge of electrical
codes may be necessary when wiring AC power and certain door
actuators. If in doubt, consult with Lift-Master commercial
product service at 1-800-588-2806.
Install the control station and receiver where the
door or gate is visible, but away from the door or
gate and its hardware. When a receiver is used to
activate a commercial door opener, a reversing
edge MUST be installed on the bottom of the door.
Failure to install a reversing edge under these
circumstances may result in serious injury or death
to persons trapped beneath the door.
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Access Control Receiver
ACRx 2 Model 1025
To comply with FCC/IC rules, adjustment or modification of receiver and/or
transmitter is prohibited, except for changing the code setting and replacing the
transmitter battery. THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS.
1025 users with unique radio codes (any combination of 60 series remote controls, 80 series remote
controls, 90 series “SECURITY+” remote controls, 66LM keypad, 67LM “SECURITY+” keypad, 466LM
commercial keypad, or 99LM keypad remote control codes). Each radio code can have a 5 digit alpha-
numeric user name assigned to it.
Terminal block inside case. Two screws each for power, relay output, and command.
24 V AC/DC or 12 V DC.
Output Control Circuit
Relay switching controlled by radio transmitters, or GRANT ACCESS button on control panel, or external
Output Control Rating
Relay Switches Up to 3 Amps at 37 VAC max.
The ACRx 2 is mounted in an 8" x 10" x 3" metal box, with an integrated hinged lid. All electrical
connections can be made through a conduit hole; a type-F connector is available externally for antenna
mounting. Keylock provided for securing panel against undesired entry.
16 Character non-backlit, LCD display
Time and date are maintained by a real time clock with battery backup. Expected battery life is 10 years.
An RS-232 interface is provided. This interface is 1200-9600 Baud, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit. This
allows use of a computer or printer to record access transactions. This interface can also be used to
back up code memory to a computer with the use of Microsoft Windows-compatible software available