|Product Dimensions||24.13 x 13.97 x 6.35 cm; 226.79 Grams|
|Item Model Number||KLIK2U-P2|
|Batteries||1 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Item Weight||227 g|
Clicker Universal Garage Door Opener Keyless Entry Keypad KLIK2U, Works with Chamberlain, LiftMaster, Craftsman, Genie and More, Security +2.0 Compatible
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- Compatible with almost all brands of garage door openers manufactured after 1993 that have standard safety sensors.
- Backlit keypad facilitates quick and easy 4-digit code keyless entry for immediate garage access.
- Uses Smart Learn technology for easy programmability and frequency recognition.
- Sliding cover protects keypad from rain and other harsh weather conditions.
- Wireless operation eliminates the need for electrical connections; 9-volt battery included.
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This Chamberlain Clicker Universal Keyless Entry System is compatible with any brand of garage door opener or gate system, with simple, easy-to-follow programming that gets it up and running in seconds. It uses a 9-volt battery (included) and attaches to the side of the garage opening with no wiring required. The keypad has a protective cover and is lighted to make the numbers easy to see when it's dark.
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- Very easy to setup
- Batteries are included!
- Thick sturdy plastic compared with original chamberlain
- Like other have stated, the keypad cover can easily come off - so take care with lifting it
- doesn't have a separate "enter" button like on the chamberlain - meaning you have numbers 1 thru 9 for your passcode because "0" is used like an enter button
Things to note:
- After entering your passcode - while the keypad is still lit, pressing any button acts like clicking the button on a remote which i found kind of odd.
1. the sliding cover was difficult to open from the fully-closed position, even after it was lubricated with silicone spray.
2. it comes with a cheap lead-acid battery instead of a nicad or alkaline battery.
3. for some reason it's the 0 button, and not the * or # button that must be pressed after the code is entered, unlike most other openers. Not intuitive at all.