Skylink 69N Universal Garage Door Remote Control

  • Small enough for carrying in a pocket or purse.
  • Fits in any new car remote housing compartment.
  • Ideal for convertibles, motorcycles and bicycles.
  • Operating range of 100 Feet and more.
  • Mounting bracket included.

Product Description
Operates most national brand garage door openers up to 2004 ( Small enough for carrying in a pocket or purse. Fits in any new car remote housing compartment. Ideal for convertibles, motorcycles and bicycles. Operating range of 100 feet and more. 12-volt alkaline battery included. FCC/IC approved. One year warranty. Mounting bracket included.

Skylink 69N Universal Garage Door Remote Control

5 Responses to Skylink 69N Universal Garage Door Remote Control

  1. S. Castelli says:

    I was hoping this thing would just be able to pick up the signal from another transmitter and learn it (like a universal VCR remote). Since I live in an apartment building I don’t have access to the garage door base station, and the remotes we have don’t have the security codes written on them (and, upon opening them up, don’t have DIP switches). I suppose it would work if you did have access to your base station or you knew your security codes. In my case, I had neither.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. First I purchased the Skylink Transmitter G6MR since it was “100%” compatible with my Overhead Door Company opener. It IS NOT. I was told by skylink support to go by a 12 volt adapter for the receiver or get the model 69N that would work with my current Model 100A receiver.

    So, I returned the G6MR and ordered the 69N and guess what. It is not compatible with the U100! According to the first support tech it is, but the second one says they mad a mistake. So I have to make another return to amazon and buy a model 66C!

    Just not worth all the aggravation.

    David
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Georgios says:

    I received this item and it took me quite some time to configure it. The problem was it was not working. At least another person I know has the same remote for the same garage openener so it is not a compatibility issue. Terribly dissapointed.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. you spend 3 or 4 minutes trying configurarations, but after that it works very good.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Josh says:

    I bought this for an old genie opener from the mid 90s.

    The good: It works. The programming instruction is clear and easy to follow. I prefer these kind of jumper settings, rather than the “clicker” where you pressed buttons in certain sequence to program. The unit is small and light, can put in pocket.

    The bad: The mounting bracket is not that useful and I can live without it. I also notice the lag time and takes a while for me to get used to. Range is minimal, as expected in universal remote of this size. And is anyone going to make a multi-button portable universal remote? (not the clicker..)

    Bottom line: For the price this is a good deal. It advertises that it supports a wide range of models. It is a great replacement or secondary remote.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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