Garage door remotes are little devices that we often don’t give that much attention to. However, these important gadgets that make our home life easier. Garage door remotes open and close the doors whenever we need to. This allows you to open your garage door as you leave the house without any problems.
If you are looking for an extra garage door opener remote for your home or you need to replace your old remote, the Firefly 300MCD21K and Stinger 300MCD21V garage door remotes can be good options. These two are handy remotes that can definitely fit your needs.
Firefly 300MCD21K Garage Door Remote
This is a transmitter solution that is used to replace Multi-Code remotes such as the 3089, 3060, or the 3070. The Firefly 300MCD21K is compatible with the Multi-Code and Linear transmitters and receivers.
It is a single-button garage door opener remote that will work for homes with only one garage door opener. It has a 300 MHz frequency and is powered by a 12-volt battery that’s long-lasting. This remote is also durable and has an LED light that indicates when transmissions are successfully sent.
The 300MCD21K is also easy to program. It has a 10-dip-switch design for extra security and also quick programming. To program this remote, just find the dip switches on your garage door opener and match these with the dip switches on your remote. Make sure that the position of every switch is the same.
The remote is a keychain model which allows you to bright it with you anywhere you go. Instead of carrying and leaving a bulky remote in your car or in your purse, this ensures that your garage door remote is safe. Nobody can easily get your remote from your car. This prevents any burglary that may happen once you forget or leave your remote in the car.
Stinger 300MCD21V Garage Door Remote
This is another handy garage door opener remote. The Stinger 300MCD21V can be used to replace the Multi-Code 3089 garage door remote. It also operates on different Multi-Code transmitters and receivers. It has 10-dip switches and is powered by a 12-volt battery for a longer lifespan. This runs at 300 MHz frequency. It is durable and has a better range than other similar remotes.
This one-button remote only requires only a light push to function. It can be programmed easily. You just have to match the position of the dip switches on your remote and on your garage door opener motor.
This remote is small and handy. It comes with a visor clip so you can easily leave it inside your car. You don’t have to go through your bag just to search for your remote. This is a convenient solution if you frequently drive the car out of the house and you just want a remote to use whenever you’re inside. If you keep your garage door remote inside your car, just make sure that you lock your doors and never leave it open even when you’ve parked at home. This might cause a theft in your home.
Remember that when you’re choosing a new remote control for your home, you have to make sure that it is compatible with the current garage door opener that you have in your home. To check compatibility, look into your garage door opener’s model and read through the user’s manual. You can also inquire with the seller and ask for assistance if you’re in need of a garage door opener remote. Just specify the kind of remote that you need and provide the make of your garage door opener.