Liftmaster 880LM

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MSRP: $38.93
Product Price: $35.35
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Liftmaster 880LM
Menu-driven panel gives you complete control of the garage door opener;
easily view inside garage temperature, time and system diagnostics
Equipped with the Maintenance Alert System
On-board programming capability makes it easy to program remote controls and MyQ® enabled accessories, and
adjust settings Timer-to-Close automatically closes the garage door in 1, 5 or 10 minutes;
custom setting from 1-99 minutes Displays Fahrenheit or Celsuis
Motion detector automatically turns on garage door lights when movement is sensed
Light button to control the garage door opener worklights
Locks out all outside remote control signals while you're away
Choose from English, Spanish or French
Compatible only with Security+2.0 LiftMaster garage door openers

**Only works with new MyQ compatible Garage door openers

Liftmaster 880LM Smart control panel
With Time and Temperature
for new Liftmaster MyQ Garage door openers.

5 Reviews

  • 5
    Garage opener wall unit

    Posted by Michael Chlumecky on Oct 18th 2016

    Arrived promptly, easy to install

  • 5
    master control

    Posted by Daniel Mather on Aug 9th 2016

    I looked at several Web sites and found Gatehouse to have a user friendly one. I found the controler that I needed at a great price, installed in minutes and works perfectly with my unit. A quality company and quality parts.

  • 5

    Posted by Josue Acevedo on Jan 19th 2016

    Good features and easy to install and use. I like the clock and temp features.

    So far so good.

  • 5
    Awesome Product!

    Posted by R.A.H. on Mar 27th 2015

    I love the clock and thermometer features.
    Great addition to my garage!
    Shipped reasonably quick too!

  • 5

    Posted by STEVE on Jun 20th 2013

    This is a nice control panel. It's snappy with the LCD screen, displaying the time & temperature, in addition to other features and display modes. The display is helpful when programming/re-programming remote controls.
    My one complaint would be the lack of a "one button activation" for the Remote Lockout Function. As configured, users are required to scroll thru (admittedly, a brief menu) to access the override. Although, a single button press releases the lockout.