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Broncolor RFS Sync Issue

 
nathan549
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Nov 20, 2013 06:47 |  #1

I just bought a RFS to use with my Broncolor Mobil A2L pack but i can't seem to get the two to talk to each other. Anyone know how to set one up?
I tried going through all the different channels on the RFS but none worked, but i have no idea if the Mobil A2L even has more then one channel cause there is no dial for it!


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Nov 20, 2013 14:36 |  #2

nathan549 wrote in post #16466023 (external link)
I just bought a RFS to use with my Broncolor Mobil A2L pack but i can't seem to get the two to talk to each other. Anyone know how to set one up?
I tried going through all the different channels on the RFS but none worked, but i have no idea if the Mobil A2L even has more then one channel cause there is no dial for it!

There are two versions of the RFS, RFS and RFS 2. You need to determine if the RFS version of the Mobil A2L is the same as the RFS unit you bought. Assuming both RFS components are working, I'm guessing the RFS you bought is not the same version as that in the Mobil A2L. I tried looking in the Mobil A2L manual but there was no mention of the RFS version used in it.


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Nov 21, 2013 04:44 |  #3

PacAce wrote in post #16467148 (external link)
There are two versions of the RFS, RFS and RFS 2. You need to determine if the RFS version of the Mobil A2L is the same as the RFS unit you bought. Assuming both RFS components are working, I'm guessing the RFS you bought is not the same version as that in the Mobil A2L. I tried looking in the Mobil A2L manual but there was no mention of the RFS version used in it.

Hey thanks for your reply, i figured out the issue.
I live in Australia but bought the RFS from America and i didn't realise the RFS had different MHz in between the two countries.


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