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Liftmaster Wireless Keyless Entry 878MAX

Liftmaster

PART NUMBER: LM-877MAX

Liftmaster Sears Chamberlain Remote Control Transmitter 878MAX
The Liftmaster 878MAX makes it easy for you to open or close your garage door without using a remote control or key. This LiftMaster Wireless Keyless Entry System 878MAX can open the door using a private 4-digit code you program directly into the unit. It's simple to program it with temporary access codes for visitors or delivery personnel. Plus, it works with all LiftMaster garage door openers manufactured since January 1993. It is also compatible with the new MyQ technology.

878MAX is the newest version of 877MAX. All orders will receive 878MAX which is the compatible replacement.

  • Security+2.0 and Security+ rolling code technology assures a new code is sent every time the keypad is used and virtually eliminates interference.
  • Temporary password option enables visitors or delivery and service personnel to enter the garage without giving them your personal code.
  • Completely wireless‚ powered by one 9-volt battery (included)
  • Weatherproof flip-up protective cover
  • Backlit keypad makes numbers easy to see, even in the dark
  • One-button-to-close feature makes it easier than ever to close your garage door (works with all LiftMaster garage door openers manufactured since 2006)
  • Compatible with all LiftMaster garage door openers manufactured since January 1993
Includes:
  • Keypad
  • Battery
  • Instructions
Features:
  • HomeLink Compatible
  • Rolling code technology
  • Easy programming
Specifications:
  • Frequency: 315 or 390 Mhz
  • Dimensions: 2.4" x 6.2"
  • Battery: 9 volt
  • Model No: 878MAX
  • Part No: LM-878MAX
  • Code Set: Learn
  • Color: Light Gray
  • Manufacturer: Chamberlain
  • Warranty: Mfg 1 year
Compatible with:
  • Compatible with Liftmaster, Sears Craftsman and Chamberlain models 315 MHz or 390 MHz garage door openers manufactured after January 1, 1993. Make sure the garage door opener has a working light bulb because it is a programming indicator.
  • Also for use with commercial door operators or other products that are 315 MHz or 390 MHz and have a Learn button.
  • MyQ compatible.

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