Overhead Door ® / Genie garage door opener OCDT-1 CodeDodger ®

Overhead Door ® / Genie garage door opener OCDT-1 CodeDodger ®

Item# O1T-BX
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
Additional Details about: Overhead Door Remote Model OCDT1 Has been replaced with the Genie Model: G1T-BX that is shown in the pictures below the old style remote. The Default Picture of the Original Model is specifically shown for visual replacement purposes. When ordering on this ad we are selling and shipping the Genie Labeled Model G1T-BX

Product Description

The popular Overhead Door OCDT-1 CodeDodger garage door opener remote control has been replaced at North Shore Commercial Door with the one-button Genie G1T. This remote is designed for garage door opener systems operating at 390MHz and 315Mhz that also Utilize CodeDodger or Intellicode security. Note that customers who order an Overhead Door garage door opener OCDT1 remote will receive the G1T-BX remote as a direct replacement. G1T Model remotes are labeled as Genie brand remotes, but Genie and Overhead Door are the same company and their parts are interchangeable. All G1T-BX remotes can serve as replacement remotes for residential Overhead Door Co 390MHz garage door opener systems from 1995 to present. The CodeDodger Access Security System is a digital code changing system on Overhead Door garage door openers designed to prohibit thieves from grabbing the radio signal that opens your garage door. The access security system eliminates the need to set a security code when a garage door opener is installed and all remotes come with their own continually changing access codes. Access codes are automatically changed each time the remote controller is activated and the remote will not respond to the same access code more than once. When you program the remote it stays in sync with the receiver and the will work as the internal memory code is "Rotating".

Compatible replacement remote control for the following models:
  • OCDT-1
  • OCDT-2
  • OCDT-3
  • GIC90-3
  • GIT-1
  • GIT-2
  • GIT-3
  • OCDT-1
  • OCDT-2
  • OCDT-3
  • ACSCTG Type 3, ACSGT, ACSGT Type 3
  • ACSCTO Type 1

Compatible Models:
  • Flash Light Remote – OCDFT-1
  • Keychain – OCD390-4
  • 1 Button – OCDT-1
  • 2 Button – OCDT-2
  • 3 Button – OCDT-3
  • Wireless Keypad – OWKP

FCC ID: B8QACSCT, Series II Electronics. A 12V battery, visor clip and instructions are included.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: I needed by DIONIS C 10/19/2014
COMMENT: Yes because I need I lost my first one by adam i 10/18/2014
QUESTION: I have an ACSCTO Type 1 Overhead Door remote and I'm trying to sync it with my Honda Pilot "Homelink" system; the instructions refer to a "learn" button but I don't see one. Am I missing something? by Mike C 10/18/2014
QUESTION: how do you make the new transmitter compatible with the door operator? by None N 10/16/2014
ANSWER: There is instructions that come with the transmitter. by David B a
ANSWER: On the door unit there is a button to reset the codes. The remote comes with instructions. I believe you hold the push or hold the button not sure which until there is a continuous flashing. You then push the remote button repeatedly until it cuts the light out. If you run out of time light begins blinking faster and cuts out then repeat the process. There is also a way to clear codes. I would recommend that before your final program. It involves the same process but doesn't produce the continuous flash. by Nathan B a
QUESTION: would 2 of these be compatible with Overhead Door Model 1026 dont know mhz, but was installed in a new home 02/2012 by brian s 10/15/2014
ANSWER: The remotes that came with our house looked like the one in your picture. That model was no longer being made, but the 3 button version works fine as a replacement. by Marjorie S a
QUESTION: I have Overhead Python model. Would like to operate with 3 remotes - will this device work, and how do you program 3 remotes? by None N 10/11/2014
ANSWER: yes! by miralem i a
ANSWER: This device will work. There should be a programming function on the Python to "read" the frequency produced by the remote control and save it. Refer to your owner's manual for the Python to see how to put it into programming mode. There's usually a button. Once the Python is in programming mode, just point the remote at the Python and press its button. The Python should flash a light and store the frequency. Repeat for the other remotes.<br /><br />While I am not familiar with the Python, my Overhead garage door opener has stored program codes for 5 remotes so I don't think that 3 should be a problem. by Charles M a
ANSWER: yes the device should work ...as far as programming them, you would have to look at the directions they send you cause each model is different but usually its on the garage door motor for programming by Shane J a