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Remote Control Solutions RCS-318CTYL1A/H Linear 318Mhz Compatable Gate Opener Remote 1 Button

Remote Control Solutions RCS-318CTYL1A/H Linear 318Mhz Compatable Gate Opener Remote 1 Button
Remote Control Solutions RCS-318CTYL1A/H Linear 318Mhz Compatable Gate Opener Remote 1 Button
Remote Control Solutions RCS-318CTYL1A/H Linear 318Mhz Compatable Gate Opener Remote 1 Button
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Item# RCS-318CTYL1-DUO
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Remote Control Solutions RCS-318CTYL1A/H Linear 318Mhz Compatable Gate Opener Remote 1 Button
Remote Control Solutions RCS-318CTYL1A/H Linear 318Mhz Compatable Gate Opener Remote 1 Button
Product Description
Apartment and condominium owners can give their customers an easy to use gate opener remote control with the RCS-318CTYL1A/H device from Remote Control Solutions. These controllers are very small and designed for use with the RCS-318R and all linear receivers. The remote controller has only one button for opening and closing gates and a curved design for comfortable use. If your gate opener operates on the 318MHz frequency, this is the remote controller that you need.
  • 318MHz mini keychain style
  • Use with RCS-318R, all linear receivers
  • Proximity coils are compatible with any HID or AWID readers
  • Compatible to Linear 318MHz remote controllers
DIMENSIONS:
  • LENGTH: 2-1/4 INCHES
  • WIDTH: 1-1/2 INCHES
  • DEPTH: 1/2 INCH
  • LENGTH WITH KEYCHAIN: 4-3/4 iNCHES


•RCS-318CTYL1 Duo Pass

•Works just like the standard RCS318CTYL1 but this model give you the option for the Awid or HID Proximity Scanners. Be sure to choose which unit you use. If you need assistance figuring that out , please take a picture of the inside of the remote where the coil is and send the picture to our support team by clicking Contact us at the bottom of the page.
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