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HC20 wireless

The HC20 is a wireless handset control for advanced TWINDRIVE dual actuator systems in leisure beds. Comes with RF or Bluetooth communication. Ergonomic and user-friendly with backlit buttons and a flashlight function.

Product description

HC20 wireless

The wireless hand control HC20 is designed for use with LINAK TWINDRIVE®  or CBH Advanced systems for leisure beds.

The hand control is based on RF (Radio Frequency technology) or Bluetooth®  connection. It has a contemporary design that matches the trend within interior design.

The HC20 combines ergonomic design and functionality in a user-friendly hand control without an annoying cable. As standard the HC20 offers memory, backlighting in the buttons for extra user-friendliness and a flashlight function.

Product data sheet

HC20 Wireless data sheet

View the data sheet as an online magazine or download the PDF.

Brochures & manuals

TWINDRIVE TD4 Advanced user manual

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TWINDRIVE TD32 TD33 user manual

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TWINDRIVE TD4 wireless is the new standard

Explore the TD4, specially developed for comfort beds with a moderate need for power.

Expanding your comfort zone

When it comes to leisure beds LINAK understands the need for safe and reliable actuator systems that work day after day. The TWINDRIVE system is the right system for bed manufacturers.

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HOMELINE product overview

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TD4 quick guide - Pairing devices and mechanical lowering

Learn how it only takes a few steps to pair devices to the dual actuator TD4 using Bluetooth® technology or mechanically lower a comfort bed with TD4 in case of power shortages.

Support

How to use the TD1 cable relief

By using the cable relief, you avoid the cable plug being pulled out of the TD1, which may lead to a malfunction or damage the plug.

How to use the cable relief – see the video.

How to use the TD3 cable relief

By using the cable relief, you avoid the power cable plug being pulled out of the TD3 and a malfunction occurring.

How to use the cable relief – see the video.

Check: Is there any visible damage to the cables?
Try/Solution: Damaged parts must be exchanged. Contact the company that sold you the bed.

My neck function does not recall the correct memory function

The actuator adjusting the neck function needs to be initialized. Follow the instructions shown in the video or in the following steps:

My RF handset does not work

The handset needs to be set up with the TWINDRIVE TD1 280 (memory) underneath the bed.

Follow the instructions shown in the video or in the following steps:

  1. Activate the reset key on the RFR box attached to the TD1.
  2. Keep the reset key activated while pressing a random button on the handset. If there are more handsets, keep the reset key activated and press a random button on the other handset.
  3. Your bed is now ready for use.

TD1RF (with memory) and LA27 - how to initialize the motor system

  1. Drive the LA27 to the outer position (without interruption until it stops)
  2. Release the button
  3. Drive the LA27 to the inner position (without interruption until it stops)
  4. Release the button

The system has now been initialized.

TD3 - How to set up Bluetooth handsets

  1. Plug the Bluetooth Adapter into the powered up TD3.
  2. The Adapter is now in pairing mode. A blue blinking LED will indicate this.
  3. Take the Bluetooth hand control and press the Back “Up” and “Down” buttons at the same time. Now the light will display a long blink and indicate that the control and the actuator are paired up.

TD3 - How to set up radio frequency handsets

  1. Activate the reset key on the TD3. The bed drives to a flat position. Keep the key pressed until the motor stops completely.
  2. Release the reset key.
  3. Reactivate the reset key on the TD3.
  4. Keep the reset key activated while pressing a random button on the handset.
  5. If there are more handsets, keep the reset key activated and press a random button on the other handset.

Your bed is now ready for use.

TD4 - How to set up a Bluetooth handset

  1. Set the TD4 in pairing mode by connecting it to a power outlet.
  2. The product is now in pairing mode. The Under Bed Light will blink to indicate this.
  3. Take the Bluetooth hand control and press the Back “Up” and “Down” buttons at the same time. Now the light will display a long blink and indicate that the control and the actuator are paired up.
 

The bed does not work at all (TD1)

Check: Is the power outlet connected to the TWINDRIVE TD1?
Try/Solution: Try to connect a lamp or a similar object to the power outlet to check that the supply voltage is OK.

Check: Are all plugs mounted correctly on the TWINDRIVE TD1?
Try/Solution: Check all connections.

Check: Is there any visible damage to the cables?
Try/Solution: Damaged parts must be exchanged. Contact the company that sold you the bed.

The bed does not work at all (TD3)

Check: Is the power line connected to the TWINDRIVE TD3?

Try/Solution: Try to connect a lamp or similar to the power outlet to check that the supply voltage is OK.


Check: Are all plugs mounted correctly on the TWINDRIVE TD3? 

Try/Solution: Check all connections. Use the cable relief on the TD3 to make sure the cable does not fall out. Follow the procedure shown in the video or the instructions below.

The neck function of the bed does not work; it cannot drive outwards

The actuator adjusting the neck function needs to be initialized. Follow the instructions shown in the video or in the following steps:

TD3 AND LA27 - How to initialize the motor system

  1. Push the down button on the actuator.
  2. Drive the actuator until it has reached the inner position and stops completely.
  3. Release the key on the handset.
  4. Reactivate the down key on the actuator and keep it activated for approx. 5 sec.
  5. You can now drive the actuator outwards.

The system has now been initialized.

Have a question about electric actuator technology?

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