62RGD Raynor Garage Door Opener 2-button Remote Control 390MHz
62RGD Raynor Garage Door Opener 2-button Remote Control 390MHz Instruction Manual
The 62RGD Raynor garage door opener features two buttons to operate two separate garage door systems or gate operators. Featuring 9-position trinary DIP switches, the 62RGD is simple to program and offers 19,683 digital codes per channel. Excluding Security Plus units, the 2-button remote is compatible with all fixed frequency 390MHz Raynor garage door openers and gate operators. The 62RGD garage door opener is also compatible with other Raynor 60 Series remotes and keypads. To program the 62RGD with other devices, simply align the DIP switches in identical positions.
To program your new remote with your 390MHz Raynor system, position your DIP switches to your preference and press your unit's learn button until its LED lights up. Within 30 seconds, press the button on the remote you wish to program, and programing should be complete. To ensure operation, the remote features a red LED light to indicate a sent transmission and to measure battery strength. In addition, the 2-button 62RGD remote includes a directional visor clip and 12V battery.
- Compatible with 390MHz Raynor garage door system and gate operators, excluding Security Plus models
- Controls up to two garage door systems or gate operators
- Compatible with 69N, 61RGD and 63RGD remotes and 66RGD keypads
- LED light to indicate transmission and battery strength
- Includes directional visor clip and 12V battery
QUESTION: Will this work on a Raynor model 150-8 manufactured in 12/92? by Sam H 8/31/2015
STAFF ANSWER: Please give us a call so we can help you ! by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have 2 old Raynor model #120-7 from 1988. Will this work? by Jeff W 10/17/2014
QUESTION: I have a Raynor remote that says model #ADX D632 or ADX D832, its hard to read. Just wanted to know if this is compatible with it? Thanks! by Jandle H 7/25/2014
STAFF ANSWER: What is the Model number on the back of one of the Remotes that are currently in use or that were being using on your Garage door operator ? by Matthew O a