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LiftMaster 387LM Universal Wireless Keyless Entry Digital Keypad For Gate Or Garage Door Openers.
Same as the Chamberlain Clicker KLIK2U wireless keypad and Sears part number 139.53711 (also know as Sears part number 00953711000).
This keypad can replace the discontinued Clicker K3 or the CLK1 or the current CLK1D keypad.
See compatibility list below
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The LiftMaster 387LM Universal wireless digital keyless entry gate or garage door opener keypad is directly compatible with the most popular brands of remote controls used today. This high quality and easy to program wireless keyless entry keypad is a brand new addition to the LiftMaster product line. Features slide up protective cover and back illuminated keypad keys for easy nighttime use. You can program in your own 4 digit PIN number during the initial setup when setting the compatible mode from the list of compatible devices listed below. Once programmed entering your 4 digit pin number then the 0 key will activate the device. The PIN number can easily be change anytime and does not require reprogram the whole keypad for mode type. The LiftMaster 387LM Universal wireless keypad is the same as the Chamberlain Clicker KLIK2U and the Sears part number 139.53711 (also listed as 00953711000) keypad. Controls up to one gate or garage door opener. This wireless digital keyless entry keypad can be used with any of the brands of garage door openers or gate receivers from the compatibility list below and can be change from one brand to another if needed by reprogramming. This item is brand new and comes with the mounting screws, battery (installed) and programming instructions.
The LiftMaster 387LM is the same keypad as the Chamberlain Clicker KLIK2U and Sears Craftsman 139.53711 (also listed as 00953711000) and is directly compatible with the following brands of garage door openers and receivers:
Linear Multi-Code or Multi-Elmac 10 DIP on/off code switch manufactured since 1976 on 300Mhz.
Linear Delta3 or Moore-O-Matic 8 DIP on/off code switch manufactured since 1976 on 310Mhz.
Stanley 10 DIP on/off code switch manufactured since 1976 on 300Mhz or 310Mhz.
Note: Some of the later models of Stanley garage door openers that used the 10 DIP code switches are on the 300Mhz Multi-Code frequency rather than the more common 310Mhz frequency and this keypad can be set to either one.
Genie 9 or 12 DIP on/off code switch manufactured since 1985 on 390Mhz.
Linear Mega Code format used on LD030, LD050, LS050 garage door openers manufactured since 1997 on 318Mhz.
Chamberlain, LiftMaster, Sears Craftsman, Master Mechanic, Raynor, True Value, Access Master and Do-It models with 7, 8 or 9 code switch manufactured since 1983 on 390Mhz.
Genie Intellicode or Overhead Doors Code Dodger manufactured since 1995 on 390Mhz or 315Mhz.
Stanley Secure Code manufactured since 1998 on 310Mhz.
Wayne Dalton rolling code manufactured since 1999 on 372Mhz.
Chamberlain, LiftMaster, Sears Craftsman, Master Mechanic, Raynor, True Value, Access Master and Do-It models with Green, Orange, Red, Purple, learn button manufactured since 1983 on 390Mhz or 315Mhz.
Activates one garage door opener or gate receiver
Weatherproof with slide up type protective cover
Programmable 4 digit PIN number can easily be change
Back lighted keypad keys for easy nighttime use
Easy to install with 2 screws (included)
Power: One 9V Alkaline battery (included)
Frequency: Automatically set during brand programming
Codes: Programmable 4 digit PIN number set using keypad keys
Dimensions: 5.875 x 2.5 x 1.25 inches
If you are not positive that this is the correct item for you, please email us. We are more that happy to assist you in determining the correct item for your application. If you need to contact us for assistance please include the Make and Model number of the garage door opener, radio receiver or transmitter. The more information you include for us, the easier it is for us to assist you in determining the correct item. We would rather have you contact us than end up with the wrong item and have to return it.