Note*Security devices offer varying levels of deterrent, prevention and protection.
No device or practice can guarantee 100% protection. Neither seller or manufacturer
shall be liable for any loss or damage, direct, incidental or consequential arising
from the use or the inability to use this product.
Lost Remote Control unit
Designed for light duty prevention of miss placed remote control handsets in public
use areas. e.g. Conference rooms, lecture halls, common rooms etc.
Additional Parts required:
30mm or similar padlock to lock the two plate together, (AM0031)
Laser Printer (typical installation)
1: Preparing the Remote.
Virtually all remote control units are different. The installation of the cable greatly
depends on the ability to drill a hole into the plastic case with access to the
inside so that a tinny cable stopper can be crimped on to the end of the cable.
We assume that the drilling of the hole or the functioning of the cable will not
interfere with or damage any of the electronics. Usually the battery compartment
is the best location and avoids dismantling any part of the case.
2: Threading the Cable
Align the holes of the bezel and the cap and Feed the cable through the CaseLock
till it stops. The idea of the cap is to stop any attempt to remove the screw.
3: Secure the Cable
Find the best location for placing the remote, noting function and convenience and
then determine the best placement for the padlock and anchor plate taking into account
the length and reach of the cable.
(a): The Supplied
(B):If you do not have a suitable location to loop the cable around, you will need
to attach the anchor plate supplied to provide a suitable anchor point. Follow the
instructions supplied with the anchor plate and screw it under the