Do not use the Radio Frequency (RF) transceiver with any garage door opener that lacks the safety stop and reverse feature, as required by safety standards. A closing garage door may cause serious injury or death.


Do not use the RF transceiver with any garage door opener that was manufactured before April 1982. An outdated garage door opener can lead to malfunction of the garage door, potentially causing serious injury or death.


When programming the transceiver to a Garage door opener or entry gate, make sure the area is clear. This will prevent potential harm or damage as the gate or garage door will activate during the program.


Do not attempt to program the garage door opener with the vehicle inside the garage.


The system may suffer from interference if operated in the vicinity of a mobile or fixed station transmitter. Interference is likely to affect the hand-held transmitter, as well as the RF transceiver.


The RF transceiver is also known as HomeLink®.

The HomeLink device is located in the rear-view mirror.

The hand-held transmitter is also known as a garage door remote.

The HomeLink wireless control system provides a convenient way to replace up to three remote controls. HomeLink can be used to activate devices such as gate operators, garage door openers, entry door locks, security systems, and home lighting.

The transceiver RF approval numbers for the USA and Canada are shown below:

USA and Puerto Rico FCC ID: NZLUAHL5B.

Canada IC: 4112A-UAHL5B.

HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Gentex Corporation.