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Domino Engineering GD1 KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM Hardwired Combination Garage Door Keypad

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  • Open the garage without a remote or without walking through the house
  • You set the code yourself in three easy steps
  • Works with all garage door openers
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Product Description

No more carrying keys or remotes. Add this keypad and your key becomes a one- to six-digit code you carry in your head.

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Technical Details
Part Number DNSC-GD1
Product Dimensions5 x 5 x 2 inches
Item model numberGD1 KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
Colorwhite
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB0013OBU8S
Best Sellers Rank #7,608 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableFebruary 8, 2008
  
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By rob k on March 6, 2010
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I've owned and used one for about 10 years and am buying a replacement because our cover broke off (Maybe this should be 4 stars, but after 10 years I'm pretty satisfied.)Installation takes a while as you have to run a 2 conductor wire from the control unit (on the inside garage wall not far from the keypad)to the control/motor unit for the door. If you want to do a neat job, that means ladders, working overhead, and stapling wire to the ceiling/walls.

If you aren't up for that, there are several wireless options from other manufacturers -- I just always prefer wire to radio when its possible for reliability.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Robert A. Sacks on November 15, 2010
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Works well. You have few options if you have a really old garage door opener. Mine is at least 25 years old. I called the opener manufacturer and they told me that I could only use a wired keypad. They recommended the Genie KEP-1, but a number of reviewers said they had durability problems, so I went with this one. Works fine. The challenge is drilling the hole between the keypad and the control unit. The wire has a little plug (much like a telephone plug) on the end, so you need a 1/2" hole. That proved to be a problem for me since I had to go through the door frame and fish around behind some sheetrock. I had a foot long drill, but it was just slightly too small, so I wound up having to cut and re-splice the wire connector (4 wires). The connecting wire is also REALLY short (like maybe a foot or so). Otherwise the installation was not a problem. Easy to program and works ok once you deal with these issues. If you can get right behind the keypad to mount the control unit, you are golden. If you have any kind of indirect path (or longer than a foot), you could have trouble.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on October 20, 2011
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It seems to be a well constructed unit. I would have given it 5 stars had it not been battery operated.

I use this unit once a year in an emergency when I lock myself out of the house. For that use there is no place for a battery which can discharge unexpectedly. In addition, the garage is not the warmest place and batteries do not like cold.

I am trying to replace the batteries with a power supply.

Unfortunately the only wired alternative (Genie garage door opener) is so unreliable that it dies within a year of installation. Do not buy those.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By teeinep on December 18, 2011
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I like this keypad. It's a bit dainty though. The keys are pretty small, but overall, I'm statisified.

Installation was a bit tricky, however. I started with the 1/2 inch bit, but since I was mounting the keypad on the jam of the door, I hole I needed had to make a right angle toward the inside of the garage. So I drilled through the jam at a slight angle, then from inside the garage, I drilled the connecting hole at a slight angle. The two holes met up nicely, and created what was probably a 110" angle where they met. Unfortunately,even at this angle I couldn't fish the RJ11 connector through the hole. I would up going to a larger size bit and making the hole bigger. In the end, it was still a clean installation. Just a little bit frustrating.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Myrt on July 31, 2010
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I don't normally take the time to review Items, but this thing impressed me so much I felt I had too. My garage door opener was built three days before the dinosaurs were on this earth so nothing works on it. We wanted access to the garage from outside and had no openers (and really had no need for remote openers as we don't park the cars in it). To the review:

I'm not one to read instructions unless its a last resort, and their was no need for me to read these. Very easy and intuitive to install. Just plug the two bell wires into the marked fitting on the inside unit (the brains), screw the keypad outside (after drilling a hole to run the cord that connects the keypad to the inside unit, install the included three triple A batteries and your ready to program it. I programmed off the instructions on the sticker i placed right on the inside unit (smart that they include this sticker so you don't have to keep track of the programming instructions), worked the first time no problem. The inside unit also has a button on it which activates the door.

Very simple, works perfect.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AncientEvening on September 24, 2011
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Having had my Genie KEP-1 die on me twice in the last two years, I decided to look elsewhere for an alternative wired solution. The only downside I see with this is that you'll have to drill a 1/2" hole from the inside to the outside where the keypad will sit. I did this by starting from the inside at a slight angle towards the keypad. Once close, I eye-balled it and drilled from the outside towards the hole I'd already made. It was done in 10 minutes. I used wood putty to seal the hole after threading the wire through and then sealed the edge of the keypad with silicone as an added precaution against the weather which can get harsh in North Country.

The keypad is lit, which is nice. However, that means the batteries will need to be replaced every three to 5 years. As long as the unit works beyond 5 years, I can live with that.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Don in BV on October 21, 2010
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Good product and fairly priced. Instructions were easy to follow and the unit was easy to install (with the exception of drilling the hole through the door frame for the wire!). Wish that the keypad had letters as well as numbers. Having up to 6 numbers makes it much more secure! This was the only unit that would work with my very old opener. If your opener is older that 1995 you need this type of hard wired unit. The newer (digital) wireless units will not work with the old (analog) openers.
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