The 318 MHz Pulsar 8833-C garage door and gate opener remote is a nine-channel replacement transmitter compatible with Pulsar, Allstar, Allister and Heddolf transmitters. With nine channels, you can operate three doors or gates using the slide ABC switch for the three programmable buttons. This Model MMTC-8833CT Pulsar replacement remote comes with a 9 volt battery, visor clip and programming directions. Remove the battery cover to reveal the 8 DIP switch inside. Use a pen tip or paper clip to adjust the DIP switch settings to correspond with the DIP switches on your gate or garage door opener's receiver.
The programming instructions include steps to adjust for older 9 DIP switch models. Original Pulsar garage door openers operating on 288 MHz and 305 MHz are compatible with this 318 MHz replacement remote that works with models 833C, 833CT, 8833C, 8833CT, PDX8833CT and Allstar model ADX8833CT. Call us at North Shore Community Door if you need any assistance finding the best match or upgrade for your garage door opener or gate.
Works with Pulsar, Allstar, Allister and Heddolf remotes
318 MHz frequency
8 DIP switch, 3-position (trinary) format
Includes 9V battery, visor clip, instructions
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QUESTION: The directions included are not clear on how you program one set of dip switches to work on 9 different settings. Is there a save button? I do not see anything inside the transmitter. I have not checked the receivers but the directions set a 9th dip switch I thought there were only 8 switches. by Thomas H 9/12/2014
STAFF ANSWER: You will have to change the way your dip switches are on each of the receivers. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Good Morning<br />Need instruction to program the pulsar Model MMTC 8833CT<br />Tranmitter equipped with 8 position dipswitch?<br /><br />Thanks by Keith W 6/9/2014
STAFF ANSWER: All of our transmitters are shipped with a set of programming instructions. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: will this unit work in place of a allstar 318 ? by None N 12/6/2012