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Transferring Codes From a Hormann 868.3MHz Series 2 HSE2 to a Bisecur Transmitter

Transferring codes from a Hormann 868.3MHz series 2 HSE2 to a Bisecur transmitter

Info Sheet: ABi010 – Transferring Codes From a Hormann 868.3MHz Series 2 HSE2 to a Bisecur Transmitter
Hormann Series 2 / Series 3 Hand Transmitters.

Please note: To transfer the code from one hand transmitter to another, the signal strength needs to be very strong. This means the units need to be very close together and have a good battery power.

How to transfer the code from a Series 2 40-bit (grey body with blue buttons) hand transmitter to a Series 3 BiSecur hand transmitter

Transfer code from a hormann series 2 to series 3 bisecur

1. Press and hold the button on your existing hand transmitter (which has the code you want to transfer). The LED will illuminate constantly. (Please be aware this will activate your device / garage door).

2. Now press and hold the button on the hand transmitter on which you want to receive the code. The LED will flash red slowly for a few seconds then flash quickly for a seconds, then stop with no illumination.

The code has now been transferred. You can continue this process to transfer the code to different buttons.

Video demonstrating procedure

How to transfer the code from a BiSecur hand transmitter to a Series 2 40-Bit (grey body with blue buttons) hand transmitter

How to transfer the code from a BiSecur hand transmitter to a

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Please note: The code can only be transferred if the BiSecur hand transmitter has had a 40 bit code stored. The LED on the BiSecur hand transmitter will illuminate RED if the button has a 40 bit code programmed in.

1. Press and hold the button on your existing hand transmitter (Which has the code you want to transfer). The LED will illuminate constantly. (Pleae be aware this will activate your device / garage door).

2. Press and hold the button on the hand transmitter which is to receive the code. The LED will flash red slowly for a few seconds then flash quickly for a few seconds, then stop with no illumination.

The code has now been transferred you can continue this process to transfer the code to different buttons.

More information

View PDF instructions.

View Reset a BiSecur hand transmitter – Erasing and resetting all the codes to 128bit mode, replacing batteries

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6 comments on “Transferring Codes From a Hormann 868.3MHz Series 2 HSE2 to a Bisecur Transmitter

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V.Knapp on January 18, 2018 8:04 pm

I cant transfer the code. I am doing it exactly as inctructed, I also put brand new battery in both remotes and reset BiSecur remote to 40bit mode, but I still cant transfer the code from my old HSE2 to new HSE2-BS. HSE2 shows solid red, but HSE2 starts flashing and then immediately stops flashing. Sometimes it flashes slowly for few seconds and then stops, sometimes it flashes just once, but it never goes from slow flashes to fast flashes, so I cant finish the transfer. Any idea where the problem is? I also tried various positions of the remotes during the transfer (including the position shown in the video).

Thanks for any advice!

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Luke on February 5, 2018 9:54 pm

Sometimes transfering the code from an older blue button series 2 transmitter doesn’t work. I am not sure why but it can be either very tempramental or not work at all. I would try coding the transmitters directly into the operator, or if you have a receiver that will only store one hand transmitter code, try coding the new HSE2 BS into the older blue button transmitter.

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Brian Buckingham on April 8, 2018 9:07 pm

Hi,
Wondering if you could help us? My wife washed the remote through the washing machine (the old blue remote) and the remote had lost its memory. I manage to get the remote to work by pressing the red button on the receiver.

Unfortunately, I have two remotes and by pressing the red button on transmitter, I can only get one remote to work.

Is there a way of resetting the old style remotes or how do I get both remotes to work instead of one?

Thank you,
Brian

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Luke on April 11, 2018 12:13 pm

Hi Brian,
It sounds like you are coding the hand transmitters into an external receiver. If this is the case then the receiver can only hold one hand transmitter code at a time so you would need to code one hand transmiiter into the receiver and then transfer the code from the working hand transmitter directly to ther other hand transmitter. You can see how to transfer codes between hand transmitters on our youtube video at the link below.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pjso72de0TQ

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Andrew Catling on April 19, 2018 8:58 pm

Hi
I currently have the blue button 40 bit encryption remote which needs replacing.
If I purchase the new 128 bit encryption remote and transfer the code over will it be 128 bit encryption or still 40 bit.

Thank you.

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Luke on April 29, 2018 6:53 pm

Hi Andrew,
If you are copying a code from an older 40bit hand transmitter to the newer 128bit hand transmitter then the new hand transmitter will revert to a 40bit mode. So it would not be 128bit encryption. The LED will be red if it is in 40bit mode and blue if it is in 128bit mode.

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