Associated model number: 104078


The Wireless Digital Programmable Keypad is a high quality, state of the art product with programming capabilities for four separate entrances. We believe this to be the finest product available anywhere and fully expect that you will receive many years of excellent service from your new keypad. Because of the programmable nature of your new keypad it is important to follow the programming instructions carefully. While they may seem a little complex at first, if you read these instructions carefully with your keypad close by, you should have little problem setting your new system.

NOTE:  If your current remote or receiver has 2-position (Binary) coding switches and 318mhz frequency, use these instructions in conjunction with the main coding instructions below.

1.  Any switches in the OFF position will be coded as "0".

2.  If switches 1 thru 4 are in the ON or UP position, Code as "+".

3.  If switches 5 thru 9 are in the ON or UP position, Code as "-".



PIN: Is the Personal Identification Number you choose which will allow you to operate your door or gate controls. The Primary PIN is the PIN you choose and program the keypad with to operate the door or gate. After programming, The Primary PIN becomes the only number, which can be used to re-program your system. It is insurance against anyone else re-programming your system.

Factory Default: Refers to settings on your keypad, which were made at the factory.

LED: Light Emitting Diode, or indicator light on your keypad.


The Keypad has a number of operating features and indicators to provide you with information and make its overall use easier.

Factory Default Setting: Should you ever forget your PIN you can restore your keypad to the original factory default settings. Once you do this, however, you must go through the programming steps again. To restore the factory setting, PUSH 999, PUSH #, PUSH 999,PUSH #. All codes are now restored to the original factory settings.

Reset/On-Off Switch: This switch turns the keypad and light system on allowing you to operate the system as well as to see the keys in the dark. The keypad will remain lit for 20 seconds after the last key is pressed. This key is also used to cancel the programming process.

Key Press Indicator: This green LED will light whenever a key is pressed indicating a valid key entry.

Signal Sent Indicator: This red LED will light whenever a valid PIN is entered indicating that a radio signal was sent to your garage door or gate operator.

Incorrect Entry Indicator: Should you ever enter an incorrect PIN both red and green LED’s will light simultaneously indicating an entry error. If this should occur please reset the system and enter a valid PIN.

Single Button Mode: Once you have entered a valid PIN and your door or gate operator begins to function, the number and letter keys remain active for 20 seconds. Pressing any one of these keys will send another signal to your operator, thus allowing you maximum control over your system. Depending on the operator, each signal you send can cause your operator to either stop or reverse direction. Please see the operating instructions that came with your operator to determine how your operator will react to these inputs.

Low Battery Indicator: the lighting for your keypad also serves as a low battery indicator. Should your keypad lights flash on and off it is an indication that your battery should be changes. If your battery does need to be replaced, simply open the hatch on the lower right side of your unit by sliding it forward, and remove the battery. Replace the battery with a standard 9-volt transistor battery and replace the hatch.

Non-Volatile Memory: Because your new programmable keypad uses non-volatile memory it is not necessary to reprogram you unit should your battery fail. Just replace the battery with a new one and your keypad is ready to operate again.


WARNING! Disconnect power to the operator before and during installation of this accessory. Do not reconnect power to operator until instructed to do so. Ensure doorway is clear before starting testing of unit.

STEP1: Choose a convenient location that does not interfere with the normal opening and closing operation of your door or gate, such as on the door jamb or on the outside wall adjacent to the door jamb. Please keep in mind that some doors will swing outward in their travel, and could damage an improperly located keypad. Try your door first to ensure there is no possibility of interference.


STEP 2: Choose your mounting hardware. The screws provided are adequate for mounting your keypad directly into wood or similar material.

STEP 3: Drill a 3/32-inch pilot hole to a depth of 1-1/2 inches for the bottom mounting screw. Insert the screw into the pilot hole leaving the head of the screw exposed approximately 1/8 inch from the wall. Slide the keypad over the exposed screw and position the unit vertically. While held vertically mark the position of the top hole on the wall. Remove the keypad and drill another 3/32-inch pilot hole to a depth of ¾ inches. Slip the keypad over the bottom screw and insert the top screw.


The keypad requires you to set two specific security codes. The Transmitter Code is necessary for your keypad to communicate with the receiver unit, which is mounted on or in your garage door or gate operator. The second code is your Personal Identification Number (PIN), which allows you to activate the system. Your PIN should be guarded carefully as it is your assurance against unauthorized use of the system. The factory default PIN is 1,2,3,4 and your unit is set to this code when you first receive it.

If you look at your keypad you will notice that there are twelve keys, 1 to 3 and 0 plus two specially marked keys * and #. Most of the keys also have letters printed on them to allow you to set a personal keyword instead of a PIN.

Follow the directions below first to program the Transmitter Code.


Single Button Transmitter

If your gate or door operator currently has a single button transmitter:

STEP1: Locate your transmitter and open the coding hatch. You will see a coding switch block with numbers from 1 to 9. The possible setting for each switch is either “=”, “0” or “-“. Translate these settings into a numeric code.

+ = 1         0 = 2            - = 3

STEP 2: Copy the transmitter code as it is currently set into the table below.

Write the setting of your transmitter DIP switches into the Transmitter Code table.

Factory Default Setting











Your Transmitter Code Setting












STEP 3: Now program your keypad:

  1. Press the ON/Reset button.
  2. Enter the Factory default PIN, 1,2,3,4
  3. Press key #
  4. Press key #
  5. Press key 1
  6. Enter the Transmitter Code you filled in above
  7. Press key#

The Transmitter Code is now programmed into your Keypad.

Dual or Triple Button Transmitter

If your gate or door operator has a two or three button transmitter:

STEP 1: Locate your transmitter and open the coding hatch. You will see a coding switch block with numbers from 1 to 8. The possible setting for each switch is either “+”, “0” or “-“. Translate these settings into a numeric code:

+ = 1                  0 = 2               - = 3

STEP 2: Copy the transmitter code as it is currently set into the table below.

Write the settings of your transmitter DIP switches into the Transmitter Code table.

Note the “Transmitter Button Code” box in the table below. You must also program the code for the specific transmitter button that you will use to open the gate or door. On a two- button transmitter, the left button code is 1, and right button code 2. On a three- button transmitter the left button code is 1, the middle button code is 2, and the right button code is 3. If you are programming the keypad so that the left transmitter button opens the gate or door, you will enter a 1 in the “Transmitter Button Code” box below.

Factory Default Codes











Your Transmitter Code









Transmitter     Button Code

STEP 3: Now program your keypad:

  1. Press the ON/Reset button.
  2. Enter the Factory Default PIN 1,2,3,4
  3. Press key #
  4. Press key #
  5. Press key 1
  6. Enter the Transmitter Code you filled in above
  7. Enter the Transmitter Button Code you filled in above
  8. Press key #

The Transmitter Code is now programmed into your keypad.


Factory Default Pin







Pin No. 1








Repeat New Pin








It is now time to change the factory default PIN of 1,2,3,4 to your own private PIN.

STEP 1: Begin by filling out the table above.

You may program up to four PIN Codes. The PIN No. Entry represents the first, second, third and fourth PIN you are choosing to program. In the table above, PIN No. 1 represents the required entry for programming the first PIN you have selected. This first PIN will be your Primary PIN.


STEP 2: Press the ON/RESET button and enter all of the characters in the sequence shown in the table above.

STEP 3: Check your new setting by entering your new PIN Code, followed by * and the number of the door you wish to activate. The operator should respond. If not, repeat steps 5 and 6 again. Press the RESET/ON button should you press an incorrect key, and begin programming again.


To operate your new wireless keypad press the RESET/ON key to light or reset your keypad. Enter your PIN followed by the * symbol and then your door number.

Your operator should be activated. If not, try again, making certain you are entering the correct PIN.

If your operator is still not activated, a programming error may have been made. Repeat the programming steps outlined in the Programming Instructions section of this manual.


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