Accessories

CR1616

Assorted

For use in a variety of garage door and gate operator accessories. Brand name may vary based on stock availability.

Price

$4.50

828LM

Liftmaster

Add smartphone control to myQ enabled products that don’t have built in Wifi. Easily connects via Ethernet cable to your router, and provides the capability of checking the status of and controlling your garage door or myQ lights from yor smartphone. Compatible with Liftmaster Security+ 2.0 Operators (310, 315, 390MHZ) manufactured from 2011 onwards.

Price

$80.00

CR2016

Assorted

For use in a variety of garage door and gate operator accessories. Brand name may vary based on stock availability.

Price

$5.50

825LM

Liftmaster

Offers a quick and convenient way to control the lights in your home; can be programmed to a remote control or to sync with your garage door opener lights. Compatible with Liftmaster Security+ 2.0 Operators (310, 315, 390MHZ) manufactured from 2011 onwards.

Price

$38.00

CR2025

Assorted

For use in a variety of garage door and gate operator accessories. Brand name may vary based on stock availability.

Price

$5.50

823LM

Liftmaster

Smart Light Control in your home; turn lights off and on with the myQ app or your garage remote. Compatible with Liftmaster Security+ 2.0 Operators (310, 315, 390MHZ) manufactured from 2011 onwards.

Price

$58.00

CR2032

Assorted

For use in a variety of garage door and gate operator accessories. Brand name may vary based on stock availability.

Price

$5.50

821LMC-S

Liftmaster

Control, secure and monitor your garage door from anywhere. Compatible with most major brands of Garage Door Operators manufactured after 1993 with photo eyes.

Price

$168.00

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