This is a brand new Chamberlain model 300MC one-button compact slim design visor radio control transmitter. Works with all Multi-Code and Digi-Code type garage door or gate openers that have 10 DIP on/off type code switches on 300MHz frequency. Also directly compatible with the old Multi-Elmac brand of remotes that have the 10 DIP on/off code switches or wire jumpers on the 300MHz frequency. Controls one door/gate. This item is new in box and includes visor clip, battery and programming instructions.
The Chamberlain 300MC remote is directly compatible with the following models to control one device:
Digi-Code: 5010, 5030, 5040, 5060, 5070.
Multi Code: 1089, 3060, 3070, 3083, 3089, 4120, 4140, 306010, 307010, 308301, 308911, 412001, 414001.
Multi-Elmac. Challenger: MC1010, MC1020, MC4210, MC4220.
Heddolf: M219, M220, 220-300, 219-300.
Not all compatible models may be listed.
Some of the later models of Stanley garage door openers use the Multi-Code 3089 version remote on 300Mhz.
Please check the back of your remote before ordering or contact us
Activates one Multi-Code or Multi-Code compatible type receiver on 300MHz
Test/operate LED light
Neutral case color
Visor clip included
One-Year manufacturers warranty
Power: 12 volt A23 battery included
Frequency: 300 MHz
Codes: 1,024 (set by 10 dip switches)
Dimensions: 3.75 x 1.5 x 0.75 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 you. If you need to contact us for assistance please have the Make and Model number of the garage door opener, radio receiver or transmitter. We would rather have you contact us than end up with the wrong item and have to return it.
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