|Liftmaster 821LM MyQ Garage Universal Smartphone Garage Door Controller (821LM)
The LiftMaster 821LM MyQ Garage Universal Smartphone Garage Door Controller includes (1) Door Sensor and (1) Wi-Fi Hub. With it you can control up to two garage doors at once (requires extra door sensor, sold separately) and up to 16 MyQ-Enabled devices. The Wi-Fi Hub wirelessly communicates with the garage door opener over your home s Wi-Fi. Alerts can be received as email or pop-up (push) notifications on your mobile device so you always know the status of your garage door and home lighting. The LiftMaster MyQ Garage is compatible with most major garage door opener brands with Photo Eyes, including LiftMaster, Chamberlain, Craftsman, Linear, Genie, Overhead, Stanley, and Wayne-Dalton.
This product is designed to connect to your current garage door opener through your existing Wi-Fi® connection and allow you to remotely monitor and control the status of your door using a smartphone, tablet or PC. In addition to remotely controlling your garage door, this product will also allow you to control interior lighting when programmed to any MyQ® enabled Lighting products as well. The following installation guide will walk you through the necessary steps to quickly install the hardware and program to your garage door opener. Please ensure that you have the serial number (located on the bottom of the Wi-Fi Hub or with the Wi-Fi Setup card) prior to installing this product.
Compatible Garage Door Openers.
Liftmaster 821LM MyQ Garage with purple, yellow, green, or orange LEARN button (310, 315, and 390 MHz) (Chamberlain, Do-It, Master Mechanic, Raynor, True Value and Sears Craftsman are compatible with LiftMaster technology).
Genie®/Overhead Door® Intellicode I and II (315 and 390 MHz).
Linear® Mega Code (318 MHz).
Stanley® Secure Code (310 MHz).
Wayne Dalton® Keeloq (372.5 MHz).
Verify there is a Wi-Fi router and broadband Internet connection at the site. Wi-Fi range will vary depending on the thickness and number of walls, doors, or other barriers. The average Wi-Fi range is about 300 feet.
To test the strength of the Wi-Fi signal, take your device into the garage and turn on its Wi-Fi. Connect your device to ensure you are receiving a good signal. If you don t have a strong enough signal in the garage, a Wi-Fi range extender will be necessary (available at most consumer electronics stores).
Wi-Fi Hub Serial Number (located on the bottom of the Wi-Fi hub or with the Wi-Fi Setup card).