At home, in your car or simply in the key ring, TO.GO is the transmitter you always bring with you thanks to the new range of dedicated accessories. Integral part of the range of Benincà electronic products for a few years, the transmitter has been renovated in the design, has become more compact and has been equipped with the new ARC encoding, representing in this way the perfect combination of functionality, safety, reliability and simplicity.

Advanced Rolling Code (ARC), Rolling Code and fixed code. Available in three different colours to aesthetically identify the diverse encoding systems, namely only Advanced Rolling Code (TO.GO_A), double encoding Advanced Rolling Code and Rolling Code (TO.GO_VA), or double encoding Advanced Rolling Code and fixed code (TO.GO_AK). All versions are available with 2 or 4 channels.


What is Advanced Rolling Code?

The ARC encoding system represents the evolution of the old Rolling Code. Thanks to the length of the transmitted code (128 bits vs. the current version with 64 bits), the encoding Advanced Rolling Code guarantees the highest anti-cloning protection.

Can I memorise a transmitter TO.GO with ARC encoding in an existing installation in which Rolling Code transmitters had already been memorised?

In case of existing installations characterised by Rolling Code transmitters, transmitters working only with ARC encoding (TO.GO2A/4A) can be memorised by adding a new receiver ONE2.WB. Transmitters with double encoding Rolling Code/Advanced Rolling Code (TO.GO2VA/4VA) can be memorised in the existing installation without adding any receiver, but simply switching to Rolling Code.

How can I memorise a transmitter TO.GO_A/TO.GO_VA/TO.GO_AK in a receiver or a control unit?

Through these tutorials it is possible to follow the memorisation procedure of the transmitters in a receiver or a control unit with or without display step by step

How can I switch from Advanced Rolling Code to Rolling Code in TO.GO_VA transmitters?

In transmitters with double code it is possible to use the ARC encoding, switch to Rolling Code or use the transmitter with both encodings (mixed code). In this tutorial, we will show you how to do it.

Where can I use the transmitters TO.GO_AK?

Transmitters with ARC encoding and fixed code can be used both in installations characterised only by the ARC encoding, like TO.GO_A transmitters, and in new or already existing installations, in which transmitters with fixed or programmable code have been memorised.

Can I use the ARC encoding and the fixed code at the same time in transmitters TO.GO_AK?

Yes, you can. In transmitters TO.GO_AK it is possible to associate the encoding Advanced Rolling Code to one button and the fixed code to another one at the same time and independently.

How can I memorise a new transmitter TO.GO with ARC encoding in an installation without going to the installation site?

You can do it by choosing the TO.GO_AK model. The transmitter allows extending the convenience of the remote activation (without having access to the installation) typical of fixed code and ARC encoding. In fact, transmitters TO.GO2/4AK can become copies of transmitters with fixed code and be enabled to operate installations with encoding Advanced Rolling Code.

How can I change the battery of the new transmitters?

You just have to open the cases by exploiting the pilot holes to easily unfasten the closing teeth.

How can I recognise the different models of the new transmitters?

The model can always be recognised thanks to the TYPE provided on the rear side of the transmitter, which is accessible through the dedicated hole in the single box. In addition, the code shown on the label of the multiple box is univocal for each model of the transmitters. Finally, VA transmitters are characterised by buttons of a different colour.

Can the new ARC transmitters be managed through the Advantouch?

Yes, of course.

How do you carry out the hidden-button function with the new transmitters TO.GO? (remote activation of the memory of the receiver)

You just have to press the buttons 1 and 2 of the transmitter at the same time for at least 3 secs: the blinking LED light confirms that the hidden-button code has been transmitted. It is no more necessary to open the transmitter to carry out the hidden-button function.