Remotes & Receivers


               Fixed code remotes     TOP-D2F and TOP-D4F

               Rolling code remotes     TOP-D2R and TOP-D4R    



               AF  plug in receiver cards for control panels 

               RE  fixed code standalone receivers 


Plug-in cards use the controller's power to decode remotes and store valid user codes.

Each country approves certain frequencies for specific purposes. The Europe wide approved frquencies centre on 433MHz and 868MHz. CAME produce 433MHz, 868MHz, and dual frequency remotes. The wrong frequency will not work on your system.

Frequencies for safety devices should not be used by activation devices.


Fixed code remotes send the same 12 or 24 bit code repeatedly. Fixed code remotes can be copied, so are less secure, but more conveniet to residential users. New dual frequency types are more secure. 

Old CAME remotes are mostly fixed code. The colour of the buttons on old remotes often identified frequency. But recent remotes like these 'Domino' have black buttons for fixed code, and white for rolling code.

TOP-D2F dual frequency fixwd code remotes TOP-D2F dual frequency fixwd code remotes


Rolling code remotes send a sequence of different codes. The sequence makes cloning impossible, so rolling code remotes are secure. Every rolling code remote has a unique signature. The sequence is set by a PIN licenced to one manufacturer, so only CAME remotes work with a CAME controller.

These 'Domino' remotes have white buttons denoting rolling code. White buttons are for fixed code.

TOP-D2R dual frequency rolling code remotes TOP-D2R dual frequency rolling code remotes


Cloning is the act of copying a code from one fixed code remote to another. It is not possible on rolling code remotes.

Although it is convenient when buying a new remote, clandestine cloning is a risk to your security. Most old remotes are single frequency 24bit fixed code which can be captured without your knowledge.

New dual frequency types are more secure.  Remotes should be of the same type to ensure clone ability.  

How to clone a remote How to clone a remote


For fixed code systems, the control panel first has to be taught the code. Control panels can be set to 'LEARN' mode, then the remote button is pressed, and the code is remembered. Once the code is learned, cloned remotes will also work.

Both fixed code, and rolling code remotes need to be learned. The difference is that rolling code remotes cannot be cloned, so every rolling code remote needs to be learned in separately. Control panels that take rolling codes need to accept many codes.

How to learn a remote to a control panel How to learn a remote to a control panel


Apartment blocks with many users should use systems that protect the communal security. Clonable remotes are a liability. Each resident should have a unique code that can be deleted from the control panel when they leave.

Rolling code remotes are the best solution. The managing agent can collect in a leavers remote, or delete it from the panel. Agents can also delegate remote management to the installer. If the CAME key is fitted to the control panel, remotes can be added or deleted over a secure cloud based network.

Remotes for multi-user sites Remotes for multi-user sites

               TTS remotes



Remote control from inside a car Remote control from inside a car


The new stylish TTS remotes are made in Italy to guarantee the highest quality. TTS has ergonomic controls for easy use. Technological solutions ensure high security. The removable battery compartment makes for easy replacement.

  • 433.92 and 868.35 MHz, 
  • Rolling Code and Fixed Code
  • Compatible with TOP, TWIN series
  • Clone rsistant and clonable WTF
TTS special remotes TTS special remotes


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