|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 4 x 0.1 inches|
|Item model number||387lm|
|Batteries||1 9V batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
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- Mounts conveniently outside your garage door so you can open or close it without a key or remote
- 300/310/315/372/390 MHz compatible
- Convenient, secure access - no keys or remote controls necessary.
- Simple, wire-free installation - mounts with 2 screws (included).
- Allows for programmable personal identification code.
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This LiftMaster 387lm universal wireless keypad is a great value for anyone looking to add a wireless keyless entry keypad to their garage door or automatic gate opener. Programming and installation is a snap, don't be locked out of your garage ever again. This product will work with almost all major brands of garage door openers including:-LiftMaster -chamberlain-sears craftsman-Stanley-multicore -linear-genie -more o matic-wayne Dalton (372 MHz only).
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For reference (as I couldn't find this info in a succinct fashion anywhere), here is what is printed on the back of the box in terms of Manufacturer and Frequency Compatibility:
Chamberlain 390 MHz Rolling Code
Chamberlain 315 MHz Rolling Code
Chamberlain 390 MHz Billion Code
Chamberlain 390 MHz DIP Switch (7, 8 and 9 position)
Genie 390 MHz Rolling Code (Intellicode)
Genie 315 MHz Rolling Code (Intellicode)
Genie 390 MHz DIP Switch (9 and 12 position)
Linear 300 MHz MultiCode
Linear 318 MHz MegaCode
Moore-O-Matic 310 MHz DIP Switch (8 position)
Stanley 310 MHz Rolling Code (SecureCode)
Stanley 310 MHz DIP Switch (10 position)
1 Press * and # keys together until keypad lights stop flashing
2 enter your 4 digit PIN, press #
3 Enter learn button ID, press # (get ID number from instructions (2 for Orange, 3 for Purple, 4 for Green button), other units see full instructions
4 Press and release the learn button on garage door opener.
5 enter your 4 digit PIN and press and HOLD the 0 key (Genie and Overhead door press the 0 twice I am not sure if you need to hold the button)
Pros: Very compatible with many garage doors and does work awesome!
Battery is included so no need to try and install your own.
Cons: Install is went really smooth and fairly easy to program in order to get it working. I did have an issue where I couldn't use the screws provided and was forced to use my own and the holes in the opener were a little too small. Not a big deal I ended up making it work. One other thing that I found a bit strange was the battery compartment was fairly difficult to get open even with few screw drivers. I ended up making a small almost unnoticeable scratch on my opener. Only to find out there was a battery already installed :-D
Primarily because it only controls one door and I have 2. Apparently, I missed this in the description.
It didn't come with mounting screws.
The lower part (battery cover) has a tiny Phillips screw which is tricky to manipulate.
The battery cover does not seal tightly as it should.
Interesting, if you enter the code and the door begins to move, then press any key, the door will reverse direction. I thought it was a defect, but the customer service guy said it's normal.
Customer service was competent, once I got them on the line.
I wound up with this one>LIFTMASTER Garage Door Openers 877MAX Wireless Keypad
Differences (Liftmaster vs Skylink)
Battery: 9-volt vs. 2-CR2032’s
Configure with: keypad vs. DIP switch, slide switch, jumper, and keypad!
PIN entry: Terminate PIN with ‘0’ vs. ‘#’
PIN entry feedback: none vs. audible beep
Another positive difference with the Liftmaster 387 is that the keypad remains active (and illuminated) for a little over 10 seconds after the door begins to move. During that time, any key can be pressed to reverse door travel – similar to the original Genie keypad behavior.
I've had it for three years and it has never once failed to open the garage door on the first try.
I had a similar keypad before I got this one (I think from Sears) and it drove me crazy. It often took two or three tries to open the door. You had to press the buttons at the right speed, and I would frequently have to open up the battery compartment and rotate the battery or file the contacts to get it to work.
This one has never failed me.
After far too long trying to get it to work (should only take a few minutes), I then spent half my life getting someone by phone to assist in getting it operational.
The final step in the instructions is the press "0" twice on the keypad. Unfortunately it does not say hold down the 2nd press of "0" until the LED stops flashing on the Genie unit.