Garage door opener manual remote switch

Discussion in 'Misc DIY' started by Danny, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. Danny

    Danny Guest

    Can anyone tell me what the voltage requirements are for a switch that
    will be used to replace an existing inside the house garage door opener
    manual switch?

    I have purchased a replacement, and I understand that the line coming
    from the garage door opener is basically a low voltage unit. I've
    purchased what is a door bell ringer switch, but it's rated at up to 16
    volts. Will this work for what I want to do?

    The Garage Door opener is a Sears Craftsman/Chamberlain unit.

    Thanks,

    Danny
     
    Danny, Feb 14, 2005
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  2. Danny

    G. Morgan Guest

    Subject: Garage door opener manual remote switch
    Newsgroup: alt.home.repair
    => Danny <= wrote:

    >
    >I have purchased a replacement, and I understand that the line coming
    >from the garage door opener is basically a low voltage unit. I've
    >purchased what is a door bell ringer switch, but it's rated at up to 16
    >volts. Will this work for what I want to do?



    Yes.


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    -Graham

    Remove the snails to email
     
    G. Morgan, Feb 14, 2005
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  3. Danny

    Dr. Hardcrab Guest

    "Danny" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Can anyone tell me what the voltage requirements are for a switch that
    > will be used to replace an existing inside the house garage door opener
    > manual switch?
    >
    > I have purchased a replacement, and I understand that the line coming
    > from the garage door opener is basically a low voltage unit. I've
    > purchased what is a door bell ringer switch, but it's rated at up to 16
    > volts. Will this work for what I want to do?
    >
    > The Garage Door opener is a Sears Craftsman/Chamberlain unit.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >

    It will work fine.

    That's what I bought and used. My kids kept losing their house key so I
    install a hidden switch to the garage doors.
     
    Dr. Hardcrab, Feb 14, 2005
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  4. Danny

    SQLit Guest

    "Danny" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Can anyone tell me what the voltage requirements are for a switch that
    > will be used to replace an existing inside the house garage door opener
    > manual switch?
    >
    > I have purchased a replacement, and I understand that the line coming
    > from the garage door opener is basically a low voltage unit. I've
    > purchased what is a door bell ringer switch, but it's rated at up to 16
    > volts. Will this work for what I want to do?
    >
    > The Garage Door opener is a Sears Craftsman/Chamberlain unit.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Danny


    Sears has an wireless touchpad remote that is programable to your favorite
    code. Takes a 9v battery. Check their web site to see which model you
    needed.

    I would not even consider the wired models any more.
     
    SQLit, Feb 14, 2005
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