The Keystone Heddolf ID220-1KA by Heddolf is a great choice for homeowners who have a garage door opener from another top brand. This transmitter happens to be compatible with remotes from Micon ESP, Intercontinental Dynamics and Heddolf. You'll love the way this transmitter is so easy to set up and use.
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Visor clip is included with purchase
Transmitter size is 3" x 1 3/4" x 1/2"
Frequency equals 312 MHz for this model
One-button, single-channel remote transmitter
Uses a 12-volt alkaline battery, which is commonly available in stores
Compatible with Micon ESP, Intercontinental Dynamics and Heddolf brand garage door openers
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QUESTION: If it doesn't work for my garage is it returnable? by Carolyn S 2/23/2016
ANSWER: If my memory is correct I believe we purchased the wrong one once and then got the correct model so I believe the answer is yes you can return by mark l a
QUESTION: Are there instructions for ID220-1KA? Instructions included in box were for model ID220-1K1B by Nick A 1/16/2016
STAFF ANSWER: <a href="https://sep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/yhst-16416632405890/Heddolf-ID-220.pdf?t=1575988602&" target="_blank">http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/yhst-16416632405890/Heddolf-ID-220.pdf</a> by Taylor M a
REPLY: Thank you. I purchased 2 a while back and only one works. I thought perhaps there was a problem with the instructs but apparently not. by Nick A r
QUESTION: will this remote work with an EZLift Deluxe Model 500 garage door opener? by Lynn F 7/6/2014
STAFF ANSWER: If your EXLift is 312MHZ Frequency then yes. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: i need a 312 mhz and your site says this is 390 mhz...will it work? by None N 5/27/2014
ANSWER: I have ordered a ID220-1KA 312 MHz from North Shore. I have two of them in front of me. They are both 312 MHz . They used to have several different ones because I once orderd the wrong ones. It says 312 on the back of it and mine is for a Raynor garage door. The original remotes were ESP Micom. I hope this helps. You may want to call them. by James J a