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Lodar Wireless Remote Control Frequencies

Lodar have changed radio chipsets over the years, starting with the Legacy chipsets and since 2016 the TI Chipset.

The model number denotes the chipset used with the exception of model numbers starting with LS, in which case contact us.

Legacy Chipset Standard 60m Range – 90xxx, 92xxx and 96xxx model numbers – Common fitment

The frequency is denoted in the part number following a ‘-‘, e.g., a 92100-3 is Frequency 3.

Lodar use two frequencies, and they are frequency 3 or 8.

Frequency 3 is standard UK, Europe and ROW optional USA.

Frequency 8 is USA and optional ROW.

The transmitter style which use can use these are:

Mini, Standard and IP transmitters.

These Receivers have a red seal in the clear lid

Legacy Chipset long 300m Range – 91xxx, 93xxx and 97xxx model numbers – Rare fitment

The frequency is denoted in the part number following a ‘-‘, e.g., a 93204-2 is Frequency 2.

Lodar use 15 frequencies, and they are numbered 1 to 15, and they are used worldwide.

Our stock frequency is 2 for the shelf systems.

The transmitter style which use can use these are:

Mini, Standard and IP Transmitters

These Receivers have a red seal in the clear lid

TI Chipset 11xxxx and 33xxxx model numbers

These systems don’t have different frequencies, they use only one which is denoted as the ‘TI’ frequency, sometimes seen on the transmitter logo.

The transmitter style which use can use these are:

Mini, Standard, Slim and IP transmitters

These Receivers have a blue seal in the clear lid

For new systems we sell, we will ship by default unless asked the following:

USA and Canada:

60m range – we’ll dispatch frequency 8.

300m range – we’ll dispatch our default frequency 2.

For the rest of the World:

60m range – we’ll dispatch frequency 3.

300m range we’ll dispatch our default frequency 2.

Replacement Lodar transmitters and receivers

The replacement transmitter or receiver will have a different model number than a system installed on your vehicle, so please search on your part number, and choose the replacement part on the webpage.

If you are asked for the frequency whilst checking out, please see the guide below to determine where to find it. If you don’t know, please proceed with the transaction and we’ll contact you to determine the correct frequency for you.

Lodar Wireless Remote identification
Lodar Wireless Remote identification

Transmitter Identification

An identification silver label is on the back of every transmitter sold. It contains the serial number and model number.

The model number on the label may differ from the replacement part, and it denotes the frequency after a ‘-‘.

lodar wireless receiver identification sticker

Receiver Identification

An identification silver label is on the front lid of every receiver sold. It contains the serial number and model number.

The model number on the label may differ from the replacement part, and it denotes the frequency after a ‘-‘.

lodar wireless receiver identification without sticker

Missing Lodar identification labels

If your identifications labels are missing, then the correct replacement part can you determined by taking the lid off the receiver and providing us with the details on the label on the board. Please contact us for advice on sending pictures.


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