Stanley Garage Door Opener Universal Safety Sensor Kit CR2149

Stanley Garage Door Opener Universal Safety Sensor Kit CR2149



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Product Description

Digi-Code Garage Door Opener Universal Safety Sensor Kit Model CR2149 Universal Beam Sensor The universal beam sensor works with all major brands of garage door openers - Chamberlain®, Liftmaster®, Craftsman™, Overhead® (1995+), Genie™ (2 Wire Systems 1995+), Challenger®, Stanley®, Linear®, Moore-O-Matic® and Raynor® models ( built by Chamberlain® ). The beams have a self programming feature which allow the installer to simply hook up the beams to the existing wiring, mount the units to the wall and the job is complete.

Compatible Accessories:

Mini One Button - 3082

Mini Two Button - 3083

One Button Visor - 1050

Keyless Entry - STANLEY KEYPAD

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Needed a replacement by James F 4/18/2015
COMMENT: Price by Larry T 4/7/2015
QUESTION: Does this product include a sender and a receiver? From the pictures, it looks like two receivers. by None N 4/2/2015
ANSWER: yes it has a send and receive unit by dave P a
ANSWER: Don't know what you mean by "sender" and "receiver" - those have something to do with radio frequencies and transmitters.<br /><br />The items in this product are the photo eyes that go within 6" of the ground on either side of the door opening. They are the safety devices that make the operator reverse if something comes between them and breaks their beam when the door is being lowered. by Art L a
ANSWER: There is both a sender and a receiver, but they look just about the same. by Justin P a
ANSWER: Yes, one is a sender and one is a receiver. Working like a charm. by Kent M a
ANSWER: Yes, one is a sender and one is a receiver. There are screws at the bottom of each for wiring connections.<br />They looked different than my original unit, but worked great by Chris D a
STAFF ANSWER: There is one sender and one receiver. If you look at the secondary photos the backs show you that one says "Sender" and one says "receiver" by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Will this work with a Stanley T-130? I currently do not have sensors installed. by Jarrett D 2/22/2015
STAFF ANSWER: no, If you do not have safety beams you can not add them. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Will this product work with a Stanley model 3200.46 and a model 3220.50. I have two models as listed and don't want to purchase and find out after the fact they won't work with these models because as noted if I try to install and they won't work I can't return them. Answer? by Chuck P 2/10/2015
STAFF ANSWER: Yes, this will work with your model 3200.46 and 3220.50. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Stanley question... confused by direction. I have 4 wires on the Red Side... and 2 wires on the Green side. Do i simply on the red side twist both negative wires together and twist the other two wires... Then screw them to the transmitter??? Leaving just one wire on each screw on the green side? by Bob S 12/7/2014
ANSWER: I'll do my best to answer this the way it was asked. I used these in a basement garage, so went down to recheck. On the green side, as you called it, it was straight-forward, one wire for each of the two screws. On the red side, we had two wires, with two "branches" coming out of each. We took one branch from each wire, and tied them into the two screws. If this makes sense, we tied in A to A on one terminal, and B to B on the other, and all worked just fine. by Don W a