Domino Engineering GD1 KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM Hardwired Combination Garage Door Keypad

May 22, 2015 - Comment

No more carrying keys or remotes. Add this keypad and your key becomes a one- to six-digit code you carry in your head. Product Features Open the garage without a remote or without walking through the house You set the code yourself in three easy steps Works with all garage door openers

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No more carrying keys or remotes. Add this keypad and your key becomes a one- to six-digit code you carry in your head.

Product Features

  • Open the garage without a remote or without walking through the house
  • You set the code yourself in three easy steps
  • Works with all garage door openers

Comments

rob k "rob k" says:

Works great! I’ve owned and used one for about 10 years and am buying a replacement because our cover broke off (Maybe this should be 4 stars, but after 10 years I’m pretty satisfied.)Installation takes a while as you have to run a 2 conductor wire from the control unit (on the inside garage wall not far from the keypad)to the control/motor unit for the door. If you want to do a neat job, that means ladders, working overhead, and stapling wire to the ceiling/walls. 

Robert A. Sacks says:

Works great – might be a challenging installation Works well. You have few options if you have a really old garage door opener. Mine is at least 25 years old. I called the opener manufacturer and they told me that I could only use a wired keypad. They recommended the Genie KEP-1, but a number of reviewers said they had durability problems, so I went with this one. Works fine. The challenge is drilling the hole between the keypad and the control unit. The wire has a little plug (much like a telephone plug) on the end, so you need a 1/2″…

Kindle Customer says:

Beware it is battery operated It seems to be a well constructed unit. I would have given it 5 stars had it not been battery operated. 

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