Models 40 and 65
Entry System consists of a keyboard and a console. The Keyboard sends a coded
signal from outside the garage. The console fastens to an inside garage wall. It
receives the 4-digit programmed coded signals and starts the door opener. The
Keyless Entry System will work with most Genie “Push Twice to Operate” openers
if you press any other digit after you enter the 4-digit programmed code.
CONNECTOR HOLE IS LOCATED ON LEFT SIDE OF CONSOLE. IF POSSIBLE, INSTALL KEYLESS
ENTRY SYSTEM ON LEFT SIDE OF GARAGE (DETERMINED BY FACING GARAGE FROM OUTSIDE).
IF INSTALLED ON RIGHT SIDE OF GARAGE, CABLE MUST BE ROUTED OVER OR UNDER CONSOLE
Features of the Keyless Entry System
10,000 possible combinations. Code can be changes easily if desired.
Opener activates when programmed code is entered on the keyboard.
The user has
10 seconds from the time the first number is pressed to enter the 4-digit code.
numbers are accidentally pressed, a 5 second interval is necessary before
Operates from the garage door opener power with a battery back up for code
memory and lighted keyboard. Unit will not operate without battery.
Simple to install in 5 easy steps.
additional push button control to operate door from inside garage.
The garage door
can be operated after a valid code entry by pressing ANY single key
AS LONG AS THE KEYBOARD LIGHT REMAINS ON.
illuminates and remains lit for 10 seconds when ANY number is pressed. In
darkness this feature allows user to press ANY number before entering the
illumination is needed, avoid pressing keyboard area, which contains the first
POWER TO THE GARAGE DOOR OPENER BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION.
************* WARNING *************
Moving Door can cause serious injury or death.
DO NOT install transmitter
unless the door operator’s safety reverse works as required by the door
Wall control must be
mounted in sight of door, at least 5 feet above floor and clear of moving door
clear of opening while door is
allow children to play with the
transmitter or door operator.
reverse does not work properly:
Close door then disconnect operator
using the manual release handle.
use transmitter or door operator.
Refer to Door and Door
Operators Owner’s Manuals before attempting any repairs.
can cause serious injury or death.
Power cord must be unplugged
before attaching any wires,
Be sure wire ends do not touch
each other or other terminals.
If you have questions or if you need a manual, contact the
distributor or manufacturer of the operator.
Draw two intersecting lines on garage jamb face – horizontally at
eye level and vertically as close to centerline as possible. Make sure
there is at least 1-1/4” clearance on each side of the vertical line.
Drill a 1” diameter hole through the jamb at marked location.
STEP 1 –
Install the keyboard on the exterior front wall of a FRAME
garage. Position it away from the door opening to avoid injury as door swings
out and up. Drill a1” diameter hole through wall at eye level. Refer to note
below; then proceed to STEP 2.
NOTE: if garage is
constructed of material other than wood (brick, stone, aluminum siding), install
keyboard on door jamb with this important exception: LOCATE KEYBOARD ON OUTSIDE
EDGE OF DOOR JAMB TO AVOID INJURY AS DOOR SWINGS OUT AND UP.
your garage has a built up jamb, drill the hole 2” deep. Then, on inside edge of
jamb, drill a second hole into first hole to complete access.
firmly with the back of the case UP. Position thumb against bottom of
case and pull up sharply. Keyboard will lift out of cover, allowing access to
bottom mounting hole.
keyboard cable through hole to inside of garage. Position the keyboard against
outside jamb. Drill two 1/8” pilot holes for fastening screws. Attach securely
with (2) 6Abx1-1/4” screws. Close cover.
can be folded and inserted into the access hole to keep it out of the way.
2-strand bell wire to terminals labeled 1 and 2 on back of console. Insert
keyboard cable connector into slot on side of console.
Be sure connector guides are facing BACK of console.
garage door openers have a third screw terminal, which supplies power to the
radio control. This terminal can be connected to terminal No. 3 on the console
with a third stand of bell wire (not supplied).
garage door opener made by Stanley, accessory Transformer 95 MUST be installed.
TRANSFORMER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Connect one end of the 2-strand
bell wire supplied with the kit to each of the transformer terminals (no
polarity). Connect the other end of bell wire to terminals 1 and 3 on the
Keyless Entry console.
ACCESSORY IS USED WITH ANY GARAGE DOOR OPENER OTHER THAN SEARS OR CHAMBERLAIN
AND THE BATTERY FAILS IN TWO MONTHS, TRANSFORMER MUST BE INSTALLED.
console on an interior garage wall approximately one foot from edge of door.
Fasten with (2) screws provided.
wire up wall and across ceiling to garage door opener terminals. Use insulated
staples to secure wire. On current line Chamberlain models, connect wire to red
and white opener terminals. On older models, connect to terminals used for push
button controls. Cut off any excess wire. Connect to terminals used for push
Pry open front
panel of console with a coin or screwdriver. Snap a 9-volt battery onto circuit
board connector and drop into console. DO NOT replace panel at this time.
To set code, move program/operate switch near the battery to program position
(keyboard light should flash). NOTE: If the light does not flash, check the
cable and battery connections. Press any four numbers on keyboard.
CAUTION: For security, do not
use address, license or consecutive numbers (1,2,3,4 ect.)
program/operate switch or OPERATE position (the keyboard light will go off).
power to garage door opener. If you have installed Transformer Model 95, plug
the transformer into a 120 Volt outlet. Enter the code on the keyboard. If
the door operates properly, replace the front panel on the console.
power to either the battery or the garage door opener will not affect the
programmed code. However, if BOTH lose power, the code must be reset.
should produce adequate power for at least one year. If light in keypad does not
turn on, change the battery.
maintain the privacy of your code, keep all of the buttons free from soil. If
any of the numbers show signs of wear, change your code.