63RGD Raynor Garage Door Opener 3-button Remote Control 390MHz
The 3-button model of Raynor's 60 Series, the 63RGD Raynor garage door opener is compatible with all 390MHz Raynor garage door openers and gate operators, excluding Security Plus units. The fixed frequency, 390MHz garage remote features 9-position trinary DIP switches for easy programing and offers 19,683 digital codes for each channel. To program your 63RGD with other Raynor 60 Series remotes and keypads, simply set the DIP switches in identical positions.
Able to control up to three compatible units, the Raynor remote garage door opener features a red LED light to measure battery strength and indicate sent transmissions. To program your 63RGD remote with your garage door unit, simply position your DIP switch position to your preference and press the learn button on your unit. When programmed, your motorhead's LED should light up. The 63RGD garage door opener includes a directional visor clip and a long-lasting 12V battery.
- 9-position trinary DIP switches with 19,683 digital codes for each channel
- Compatible with 390MHz Raynor garage door system and gate operators, excluding Security Plus models
- Compatible with 69N, 61RGD and 62RGD remotes and 66RGD keypads
- Red LED light to measure battery strength and ensure transmission
- Includes directional visor clip and 12V battery
QUESTION: Do these remotes just wear out? I have replaced batteries but can't get response w/learn button. by Jess H 1/13/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Over time or if they have been dropped. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: will this remote work on liftmaster 1/3 hp opener? by john j 1/4/2016
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 Taylor M a
QUESTION: I am trying to program a new 2013 Camry to model number 120-7 serial number 19588 date 4/88 and find that there are no smart buttons to push. Pleas advise raynor residential garage door opener? by Mary L 9/24/2013
STAFF ANSWER: Your old unit does not have a learn button, it has dip switches and it is not compatible with those old remotes usually. To upgrade , you will need to upgrade to the 535-2LM kit. Universal and has a learn button on it. by Matthew O a