|Item Weight||6.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 6.5 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||940CB|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||One year limited|
Chamberlain 940CB Security and Wireless Keypad
|Price:||$67.50 + $4.50 shipping|
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- Security+ rolling code technology protects your home from code grabbers
- Allows garage access without remote using private 4-digit security code
- No wiring required, mounts with just the two included screws
- Programmable access feature allows you to set a one-time access code
- Compatible with 390 MHz units
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Cons: The battery compartment lid is not easy to open, only 4 digit code can be used
IMPORTANT: Make sure that the button on the garage door opener is RED, otherwise you need another keypad model. check this link [...]
When syncing the code with opener, remember to sync this keypad, car remotes and garage door opener button simultaneously. This means that
1-Press RED button on motor,green LED is lit
2-Enter 4 digit code on remote (as desired)
3-Now press enter key + car remote key + garage door opener button(fixed on wall ,not the RED button) at the same time (may require two persons) , ligth will blink and now all the devices will be synced. If you miss any remote during this process ,it will not work.Of course you can repeat the process.
4-Check all remotes and keypad are working
5-Now install it on the wall, for one of the screws you have to open the battery lid.
I don't know about the long term reliability of the product because it has only been a week since i have installed it.
My opener was made in '97 and has the orange button, and it took me longer to read the instructions than it took to actually program this to work with my opener. You hit the button, enter the code you want, and hold down the Enter button for a few seconds. That's it.
Mounting it was a breeze. You put a screw in where you want to hang the keypad, slide the keypad on the screw, and then put in a second screw where the battery goes (just under the pad) to keep it secure. They even included the 9V battery!
Seriously. If you have a drill, the whole setup and installation takes maybe five minutes.
I was also really happy to save nearly a third of what the local home improvement chains wanted for a flimsy "universal" keypad by buying from Amazon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was shocked that it worked with our old garage door opener, you guys know what you're doing, here it is 2 years later and it's still going strong, the price was right and it was... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lori A. Wilson
Quick delivery, and just what we needed to replace our OLD opener keypad.Published 20 months ago by NI Jane
Works great, and the seller took special care to make sure that I had the right keypad for the opener that I own.Published 21 months ago by John Melius