Garage Door Opener Universal Key Switch

Garage Door Opener Universal Key Switch

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Product Description

Garage Door Opener Universal Key Switch B100

Universal key switch, will work with all gate and garage door openers

Easy to install, includes key switch and weather proof mount plate

Never get locked out of the garage again, this item will activate the door using the key!

Includes 2 keys, electronic switch and plate

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Need by Jeff P 12/29/2014
COMMENT: It fit my application. and good pictures and info helped in the purchase by Scott R 11/12/2014
QUESTION: how do i wire it to my overhead door opener model 556? by buddy k 9/6/2014
ANSWER: Hi Buddy, First of all you don't say who made the opener? Sears? Another manufacturer? "Model 556" by itself doesn't mean anything. I'm not an electrician so you need to get an electrician to run two wires from the opener to one side of the center post if you have a two car garage - which you didn't mention either. That's where the Universal Switch will be located. On the outside of the post to one side or the other. <br />Good luck. by ROBERT L a
ANSWER: Thank you Bill it worked fine. I really appreciate it. by buddy k a
ANSWER: It is very simple it just gets wired to the same spot as your interior button by Thomas S a
ANSWER: I just ran mine to the inside opener button. Or to the wired button connections on the opener unit. The key switch does the same a pushing the button to open or close. by BILL H a
QUESTION: will this work with a overhead door opener? by buddy k 9/1/2014
ANSWER: Yes. by William D a
ANSWER: Yes, works with any opener that has a push button inside garage. by Daniel M a
ANSWER: I installed this key switch on my daughter's garage which has an overhead opener. It works fine. However, it won't work, or course, if the power goes off. In that case, if you have no other access to the inside -- such as a door or window -- you will also need the disconnect device that mounts on the door itself and releases the lifting mechanism with a pull of the wire connector. I installed one of these, as well, and it works fine too. by Len C a
ANSWER: yes - this is a momentary key switch -meaning the key springs back - after initially making electrical contact by ROBERT K a
ANSWER: Yes by William S a
ANSWER: Yes, should not matter what type of door opener you have. by Adam G a
ANSWER: Yes, the two switch terminals are just wired into the perfectly. by S N a
ANSWER: As long as you can use a push bottom to open/close the door, this will work with it does need wires to be connected to the opener by william c a
QUESTION: Is the on/off a momentary spring loaded switch? by None N 8/4/2014
ANSWER: Yes, acts same as the inside button to open or close. by BILL H a
STAFF ANSWER: Yes it is spring loaded and is momentary. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: 1. Can the key be removed in both positions?<br />2. Does the key spring back to the original position after turning? by craig a 7/29/2014
ANSWER: I believe the key can only be removed in the original position the position in which it is inserted. The key does spring back to the original position upon turning. by Adam G a
ANSWER: The key works similarly to the PB inside, that is you turn it and it opens a closed door or closes an open door. You cannot remove the key in the turned position. When release the key it snaps back to the de-activated position. The key can only be removed in the snap back position. by Daniel M a
ANSWER: 1. The switch is spring loaded therefore the key is always put into and removed in the same "key" position.<br />2. if the door is closed you insert the key turn it and the door opens. Once the door starts to open you can remove it from the switch. To close the door with the key switch, insert the key turn it and as the door closes remove the key and go on your way. P.S. make sure the door closes before you drive off. by William S a
ANSWER: The key cylinder is spring loaded. The key returns to original position when released. by Marty S a