Liftmaster 3950 Jackshaft Door Operator for Commercial Rolling Sheet Door Applications

Liftmaster 3950 Jackshaft Door Operator for Commercial Rolling Sheet Door Applications



Item# 3950
$475.00$322.95
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Product Description

If you need a remote controlled garage door opener, the LiftMaster 3950 Jackshaft Door Operator for Commercial Rolling Sheet Door Applications from North Shore Commercial Door is for commercial use only and ideal for self-storage facilities. The maximum recommended duty cycle for this door is ten cycles per hour. It can be used with live or dead shaft measuring as high as 12 feet and as wide as 14 feet. It cannot surpass 650 pounds.

Additional mounting flexibility for this remote controlled garage door opener can be achieved by purchasing the 3950MB mounting bracket, available from North Shore Commercial Door. Optional accessories include a keychain, 1-4 button remote, wireless and fingerprint keypad. The door can be opened manually if necessary. At North Shore Commercial Door, our friendly and courteous staff is here to help you with your questions over the phone or online. Online is best because you can check the Q&A section and see responses from customers and staff members. When in need of a remote controlled commercial garage door, the LiftMaster 3950 is a great choice.

The LiftMaster 3950 Jackshaft Garage Door Opener features the following:

•A two-year warranty.

•A six foot power cord.

•Push button limit settings.

•Wall mounting on the left or right side of the door with brackets for mounting.

•Compact and ideal to use in locations where you might store a boat or RV.

•A smooth starting and stopping motor.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Purchased this second operator for the other 10x10 door in my shop to make it easier for my wife and daughter to open the doors to get the tractor out. Well built product and I am very happy with the first one. Very happy with the service I have received from Northshore Commercial Door Company. by Kearney W 10/6/2014
COMMENT: It was low cost and it fit on right side and left side with options and a remote affordable by Matt K 9/22/2014
QUESTION: Will the factory installed remote control in my vehicle work with this opener? by Dan B 9/14/2014
ANSWER: I have a 2011 Dodge Ram & my son programmed mine & it works by Bonita K a
ANSWER: I did not program my openers to my vehicle. I would think they would be compatible but not sure. In the past I have programmed vehicles 2010 Tahoe and 2008 king ranch to gate openers that were purchased from tractor supply. From what I understand these are a newer version of the old chamberlain openers anyway. by Tommy R a
ANSWER: Yes it will. Operator has logic programming same as other operators by kevin m a
QUESTION: want to install on a Janus 650 roll up door.how to mount sproct to drum ? by dean h 8/27/2014
ANSWER: There are generally two kinds of jack shaft for these roll up doors. A live jack shaft that rotates with the drum and a dead jack shaft which remains stationary as the drum rotates on it as an axle. The Liftmaster comes with parts that can adapt it to work with either type of shaft. With the live shaft, the sprocket mounts directly to the shaft and the chain from the liftmaster directly rotates the shaft and therefore the drum that rolls the door up and down. On the dead shaft, there are a number of spacers short to long tubes and three bolts and nuts that permit a different sprocket also supplied to slide over the dead shaft and be bolted directly to the end of the rotating drum by selecting the appropriate spacers or combination of spacers. As you only need one type of sprocket depending on your installation, you end up with an extra sprocket with each installation. by Michael C a
ANSWER: The sprocket comes with three long bolts and three spacers to go over the bolts. My door drum had the holes for the bolts pre drilled, but if not, just drill your own. by Robert O a
ANSWER: The opener comes with two sprockets, spacers and bolts. My door already had holes so it was easy by gary b a
ANSWER: I hired a local independent installer who installed and wired it for around $300. This cost with combined with the cost of the unit and the remote openers brought the total cost to around $700. <br />This crushed the cost of a full commercial install that was ranging from $2000 to $3500.<br />Have been using this unit for 1 year so far with no issues. I believe the professional install was worth it everything straight, wired nicely, and I did not have to climb a ladder. by Andrew T a
ANSWER: My door previously had a chain to roll the door up. I had the Liftmaster installed. Since I hired the installation out to Garage door repair people I cannot answer your question of how to mount to the drum. <br />However, mine works perfect the way they did it. <br />Good luck with your project. I paid $150.00 for the installation. by Nora W a
ANSWER: I went down to overhead door company and asked if they had a sprocket that would fit that door, there sprocket is more stable, they did, mounted it to my door, make sure you get the right tooth size that will match the operator by Michael h a
QUESTION: Will work outside? by Lonzia C 5/20/2014
ANSWER: Yes it will. I have mine mounted out side but I also built a rain shield to protect it by kevin m a
STAFF ANSWER: This is not recommended for the elements. Please call us for an outdoor application. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: The rool up door has a chain lift system now. After installing liftmaster on the other side can the chain remain for emergency use? by Roger L 4/18/2014
ANSWER: Yes by ClemCo P a
ANSWER: No, I would only want a chain on the side that the liftmaster operator is on. by robert s a
ANSWER: Mine never had a chain. by J I a
ANSWER: No, I don't believe you should leave the chain. The installer did not leave the chain on mine. Mine works wonderful it is now motorized, and plugged into an electrical plug. I also ordered two remote control openers with mine, and the remote controls work great to raise and lower door. Mine is a 16 foot door 8 ft. tall. A very heavy metal door. by Nora W a
ANSWER: Yes, but the chain will move when the door cycles, so be sure to keep it clear from hanging up on anything. by Robert O a