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Universal receiver is generally a radio receiver that is able to work with different standard transmitters. In case of home automations, this identify a radio receiver that works with almost any remote control in the market normally, used to open gates, garage doors, traffic barriers, entrance doors, etcetera. In other words, the universal receiver is able to recognize the code transmitted by other standard and not-standard remote controls, and is suitable to replace existing receiver permitting to add new and different remote controls on the automation system.
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Universal receiver is generally a radio receiver that is able to work with different standard transmitters. In case of home automations, this identify a radio receiver that works with almost any remote control in the market normally, used to open gates, garage doors, traffic barriers, entrance doors, etcetera. In other words, the universal receiver is able to recognize the code transmitted by other standard and not-standard remote controls, and is suitable to replace existing receiver permitting to add new and different remote controls on the automation system.
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