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Liftmaster 2-Button Remote Control Transmitter 892LT

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PART NUMBER: LM-892LT

Liftmaster Sears Chamberlain 2-Button Remote Control Transmitter 892LT

This replacement remote control transmitter for Liftmaster, Sears, and Chamberlain residential garage door openers can be programmed to multiple different garage door opener units using different frequencies and codes. This is also HomeLink compatible and can be used with our HomeLink conversion kits as an additional remote control.


Since each button on this remote control can be programmed to a different device with different frequencies, it is ideal for gated communities. One button can control a gate operator and the other can control a garage door or each button can be programmed to a different garage door opener.

  • Each button is independently compatible and programmable to Security+ 2.0 Tri-Band (310/315/390 MHz), Security+ 315 MHz or Security+ 390 MHz
  • Each button can also clone any Liftmaster DIP switch code type of remote control (811LM, 61LM or 361LM)

The Liftmaster 892LT remote control is compatible with Security+ 2.0 garage door openers, gate operators, commercial door operators and commercial receivers. The remote control can also be programmed to Security+ 2.0 products with encrypted DIP switches. The remote control can also be used as a replacement for LiftMaster remote control models 972LM and 372LM.

After following the correct programming steps, the 2-button remote control transmitter 892LT will work with garage door openers or receivers which use the following accessories:

  • 890 Series (Security+ 2.0)
  • 370 Series (Security+ 315 Mhz) - 370LM, 371LM, 372LM, 373LM, 374LM
  • 970 Series (Security+ 390 Mhz) - 970LM, 971LM, 972LM, 973LM, 974LM


The Liftmaster 892LT can clone the following DIP switch remote controls:

  • 61LM (390 Mhz)
  • 361LM (315 Mhz)
  • 811LM (Security+ 2.0)
Includes:
  • Remote control
  • Visor clip
  • Battery
  • Instructions
Features:
  • Controls up to two garage door openers or gate operators
  • Narrow band signal for enhanced range and performance
  • Able to learn any version of the Liftmaster Dip Switch Code on any button
  • Works with all Liftmaster and Chamberlain garage door openers manufactured after 1996, and all Liftmaster gate operators utilizing Dip switch technology.
  • HomeLink Compatible
  • Rolling code technology
  • Easy programming
Specifications:
  • Frequency: 310/315/390 Mhz
  • Dimensions: 1.75" x 3"
  • Battery: AAA
  • Model No: 892LT
  • Part No: LM-892LT
  • Code Set: Learn
  • Color: Gray
  • Manufacturer: Chamberlain
  • Warranty: Mfg 1 year

Compatible With:

Liftmaster, Sears, Chamberlain, Master Mechanic, and Wayne Dalton garage using the remote controls listed below. These openers will have either an orange, amber, or purple learn button on the powerhead or will have 8-9 dip switches.

  • This remote control is compatible with remote controls 361LM, 370LM, 371LM, 372LM, 373LM, 61LM, 811LM, 970LM, 971LM, 972LM, 973LM, 974LM, 890MAX, 891LM, 893LM, 893MAX, 894LT
For the full instructions, and programming illustrations click here.

Programming Instructions

There are 2 different ways to program this remote control. Option A is to program the remote control to the powerhead of your garage door opener or device (such as a gate operator). Option B is to program the 892LT remote control to your existing remote control - this is used for cloning your dip switch type remote controls.

OPTION A
  1. Locate the Learn button on the garage door opener.
  2. Remove the battery cover from the new remote control and locate the Program button.
  3. To enter programming mode, press the Program button on the remote control until the LED on the remote control turns on.
  4. Press and release the Learn button on the garage door opener powerhead. The Learn LED will light. Within 30 seconds...
  5. Press and release the remote control button that you want to use on the new remote control. Check to see if the garage door opener light bulb blinks. If not, wait for the remote control LED to light solid then slowly press and release the remote control button again. Repeat until the light bulb blinks. DO NOT press the button after the light bulb blinks.
  6. To exit programming mode, press and release the Program button on the remote control. The LED on the remote control will turn off.
  7. To test, press and release the programmed button on the remote control. The garage door opener will activate.

Option B
  1. Make sure the existing dip-switch remote control and the new remote control are in close proximity to each other.
  2. Remove the battery cover from the new remote control and locate the Program button.
  3. To enter programming mode on the new remote control, press the program button until the LED on the remote control turns on.
  4. Press and hold the button that currently activates your product (garage door opener, gate operator) on the existing remote control that you want to copy to the new remote control. The LED on the new remote control will flash.
  5. Press and release the button on the new remote control that you want to program. The LED on the new remote control will flash rapidly, then return to a flash slowly. DO NOT press the button after the LED flashes.
  6. To exit programming mode, press and release the Program button on the remote control. The LED on the remote control will turn off.
  7. To test, press and release the programmed button on the remote control. The gate operator or commercial door operator will activate.

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