Garage Door Opener Universal Key Switch

Garage Door Opener Universal Key Switch



Item# KS1
$9.00$7.50
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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: It matches the one on the house that the previous owners lost the key. by Kenneth K 4/15/2014
COMMENT: old one broke by bob P 4/7/2014
QUESTION: can i wire two garage door openers into one key switch? by will h 2/7/2014
ANSWER: Yes as long as the wiring from both openers are wired to the terminals on the back of the opener switch. by Tim F a
ANSWER: I have installed a number this switch. It can be done but why would you Both doors would open or close at the same time. The switches are inexpensive. Buy one for each opener. by William S a
ANSWER: Your garage doors may have separate power sources hard wired or plugged into grounded outlet - so I don't recommend using one switch for 2 door openers. <br />Additionally, the garage door openers are installed to save effort ... if you're opening the door in rain or snow, you may only want one opened up at a time. by Dan S a
ANSWER: if you have one line for both garage doors, you can by Gwendolyn T a
ANSWER: Yes. Turning the key closes the switch and will open both doors simultaneously. by Joe C a
ANSWER: There are a number of things to consider before trying this. The key switch is just a single pole single throw spring loaded switch and as such just provides a shorting path across two terminals. If both door openers are of the same type and model and share common ground characteristics, where the switch just provides a ground point to the opener circuit, then it will work. If the switching is other than a ground connection, damage could occur to one or both of the openers. I would check this out carefully before I tried it. by John D a
QUESTION: What does "keyed the same" mean? by John V C 2/6/2014
ANSWER: I believe it means if you order for two doors they will be keyed the same. I only have a single door by D E a
ANSWER: I have a duplex with a three stall garage and needed all three key switches to be "keyed different" for security reasons. So the bottom line is If you want all keys to open all doors you would key the same. by Rick L a
ANSWER: It means if you order more than one lock you can get them so they use the same key. by D A a
QUESTION: Is it maintained or momentary action ? by Bill B 8/10/2013
ANSWER: momentary action by C Y a
ANSWER: once you turn the key and make electrical contact the power is "maintained", so you can immediately release the key after the initial contact. by S K a
ANSWER: you turn the key and release it and it opens. you turn the key again and release it and it closes by S T a
ANSWER: If the question is do you have to hold the switch while the door opens the answer is no. You turn the key once and the door opens without having to continue to hold the key. by D E a
ANSWER: A good switch, had it about 9 months. I turn the inserted key clockwise, hold it there until the door starts to move, then release the key and the door continues to fully open position. by D R a
ANSWER: Momentary. by M M a
ANSWER: Its a momentary action just like pressing a button. You just turn it all the away and then let go....... by J C a
QUESTION: how to remove switch? by None N 3/3/2013
ANSWER: The plate is held in place by the four small nails, and can be carefully pried out with a knife, or thin tool. by B O a
ANSWER: This switch is typically nailed in, so you need to remove the four nails one on each corner with a suitable nail puller. by K A a
ANSWER: The switch is mounted to the plate. The plate screws into the wall. The switch is attached to the plate with a nut on the back side of the plate. The back side of the switch is threaded and the nut holds the switch to the plate. by D A a
ANSWER: Use a very. Thin putt knif and put it each corner and tap gently with a hammer. You could also use a very small slot hea by S T a