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Universal Wireless Interface Module
Universal Wireless Interface Module

Universal Wireless Interface Module

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Part Number:CAS-UNI-RF
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This product is compatible with any Chamberlain, LiftMaster or Craftsman opener since 1993 (and most Raynor openers), including 315MHz, 390MHz, "Billion Code", Security+ and Security+ 2.0 -- basically any opener with a yellow, purple, red/orange or green learn button. 

This is the universal version of our standard wireless interface module.  Stripped, tinned and jacketed 22 gauge wires (approximately 8.5" long) connect to any dry contact I/O relay output.  Full instructions included, or click on the Download tab.  This interface module simply connects to your existing control system and provides a wireless connection to your garage door opener (LiftMaster, Chamberlain, Raynor and Craftsman AssureLink).  It pairs with, and appears to the opener as an additional remote control.  Requires one-time pairing with the opener.  

This Universal Wireless Module is capable of controlling up to three different openers (or three combinations of doors and GDO lights).  The multiple openers controlled by a single Universal Wireless Module must be in relatively close physical proximity to the point of control.  If you can control the openers from your desired I/O location with a typical remote, then you should be able to control them with the Universal Wireless Module as well.  Multi-channel configurations are available as a special order only.  Please Email for pricing and lead times.


Purchase quantities are limited to 50 units through the website.  For orders greater than 50 units, please contact us for availability and lead time.
5 Stars
Mr.
This product is great so far. It's very small and compact. It's wireless so I don't have to have everything screwed into the ceiling. I plugged my HD receiver into an outlet on the wall and after programming the interface, which probably took about a minute to do, I plugged it into the HD receiver, set it on top of the HD receiver and done. Now I just have to see what kind of range I have with it.
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