I Need More Remote Transmitters for My Automatic Driveway Gate
- Kids in the house have hit the driving age and they now need gate remotes so they take your car out for a spin (while you close your eyes and cross your fingers)?
- Your last remote has been lost to the abyss known as sofa cushions?
- Hired a new employee who needs to get on to company property so that he can, you know, do the work you plan to pay him for?
Whatever the situation, you can find that new remote (also known as handheld transmitters) through a competent gate installer or an online search.
Before you head off to find that remote, take heed of this short to-do list: If you have access to a remote that currently works with your gate, pick that bad boy up and turn it over so that you’re looking at its backside. There, you should find the remote manufacturer’s name and the remote’s model number.
If you can’t find the manufacturer name or the model number, you’ll want to do some visual sleuthing by browsing the transmitter section of an online store with your remote at the ready next to your computer so that you can compare your 3D version to the store’s 2D images.
If you need information on how to program your remotes, just follow this link.