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Installing a new garage door?

Installing a new garage door?

Installing a new garage door or motor gives you an opportunity to rewire for your sensors and only run the wired to the top of your door, rather than running...

Installing a new garage door?

Installing a new garage door or motor gives you an opportunity to rewire for your sensors and only run the wired to the top of your door, rather than running...

Tennis Ball Hanging In Garage

Tennis Ball Hanging In Garage

Why do some people hang a tennis ball in their garage? This is a common trick homeowners have come accustomed to performing to aid them in parking at exact spot...

Tennis Ball Hanging In Garage

Why do some people hang a tennis ball in their garage? This is a common trick homeowners have come accustomed to performing to aid them in parking at exact spot...

Safety Sensor Alignment

Safety Sensor Alignment

The standard safety sensor receiver and transmitter must have clear line of sight for the focused IR beam. In the event this path is broken while the garage is in...

Safety Sensor Alignment

The standard safety sensor receiver and transmitter must have clear line of sight for the focused IR beam. In the event this path is broken while the garage is in...

Toilet Paper Roll On Sensors?

Toilet Paper Roll On Sensors?

A common hack to prevent garage door failure with sunlight interference is to minimize light exposure from other angles. A common trick is to use a toilet paper roll as...

Toilet Paper Roll On Sensors?

A common hack to prevent garage door failure with sunlight interference is to minimize light exposure from other angles. A common trick is to use a toilet paper roll as...

Sun Interference with Garage Door Safety Sensors

Interference from sunlight and other light sources affects the operation of all Infrared (IR) sensors including single beam garage door safety sensors. For instance, when the sunlight hits the receiver,...

Sun Interference with Garage Door Safety Sensors

Interference from sunlight and other light sources affects the operation of all Infrared (IR) sensors including single beam garage door safety sensors. For instance, when the sunlight hits the receiver,...

How does a garage door safety sensors work?

How does a garage door safety sensors work?

Current single beam sensors have an infrared (IR) transmitter, and an IR receiver on opposite sides of the garage door. These are connected to the garage door opener with two...

How does a garage door safety sensors work?

Current single beam sensors have an infrared (IR) transmitter, and an IR receiver on opposite sides of the garage door. These are connected to the garage door opener with two...