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Keystone Heddolf International O220-1KA/390 One Button Garage Door Transmitter

Keystone Heddolf International O220-1KA/390 One Button Garage Door Transmitter
Keystone Heddolf International O220-1KA/390 One Button Garage Door Transmitter
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Product Description
Make sure you get quick access to your garage with this Keystone Heddolf O220-1KA garage door transmitter. Compatible with select Crusader and Overhead Door brand models, the Heddolf O220-1KA is a 390 MHz transmitter with a single-channel configuration. The small size and sleek design make this remote easy to keep in your car or in a pocket.

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  • One-button/ channel remote transmitter
  • Uses a 12V alkaline battery
  • Includes a visor clip
  • Compact size and design (3" x 1 3/4" x 1/2")
  • 390 MHz frequency
  • Can be used with the following Overhead Door models: 109130-3901, 109130-3902, 109130-3903, 109130-3904 and any 390 MHz nine-switch receiver from this brand (or the Crusader brand)
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COMMENT: Need a replacement remote by marty d 5/4/2017
COMMENT: Great price and good reviews by Drucie C 4/27/2017
QUESTION: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A O220-1KA 360 OR 390? by DANIEL S 1/24/2016
ANSWER: They're the same except one transmits and receives 360 megahertz the other 390 megahertz. You have to match it to the frequency of your garage door opener. by alan d a
ANSWER: The frequency # is 360 or 390, your opener or original remote will have that freq# on it that's what you have to match it up to, they are two totally different remotes by Eric R a
REPLY: problem solved thanks Eric. by DANIEL S r
QUESTION: Can I reprogram this remote to be used on another 9-pin dip switch garage door opener without clearing out the initial programming first? by None N 9/27/2015
ANSWER: This remote is not digital. All "programming" is done by manually setting dip switches on the remote to match the dip switches on the receiver on the garage door opener itself. Very easy to flip the switches. These older units don't have the "rolling number" like the newer units. Mostly depends on how old your actual garage door opener is. by Joyce M a
ANSWER: Yes you can as long as both take a "390" opener. Just change the "Dipswitches" to match the controler. by Timothy S a
ANSWER: Yes, but make sure that you have the opener with the correct frequency. The same opener comes in 330mhz, 360mhz, and 390mhz. by alan d a
ANSWER: Just flip the dip switches in the new remote to same position as old remote and it's ready to use .. Very easy by Gwen S a
QUESTION: Does this opener require any setup other than setting the 9 positions on the inside? For example, will I need access to the mechanical Door opener itself? by Alex S 12/12/2013
ANSWER: No other setup required; you will NOT need to access the operator. by Lin S a
STAFF ANSWER: No, all it needs to be programmed is the dip switches matched to your old remote. by Matthew O a
ANSWER: If you have the old remote with the 9 digit dip switch code you can set it on your new reomote if the old one did work it before. If not you would have to check the dip switches on the receiver on the garage door unit and match the dip switch code. These have a longer range of distance than the older 390 freq. transmitters that I had. Just make sure you purchase the right freq.<br /><br />Todd by Todd B a
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