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GENIE GK-R Wireless Keypad Instructions

GK-R Wireless Keypad
Instructions

Wireless Keypad Instructions
For use with Intellicode® garage door openers
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Keypad Overview

Activate the keypad by opening the battery compartment and pulling the protective tab. Reinstall the compartment door to begin programming.

WARNING
MOVING THE DOOR CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
• DO NOT install a transmitter (keypad) unless the door operator’s safety device works as required by the door operator’s manual.
• Wall Console must be mounted in sight of the door, at least 5 feet above the floor, and clear of moving door parts.
• Keep people clear of opening while the door is moving.
• DO NOT allow children to play with the transmitter or door operator.
If safety reverse does not work properly:
• Close the door then disconnect the opener using the manual release handle.
• DO NOT use a transmitter or door operator.
• Refer to Door and Door Opener Owner’s Manuals before attempting any repairs.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE
It is recommended to complete programming before mounting the keypad

Keypad LED’s

Successful Entries
The keypad LED will flash each time a key is pressed and entry is accepted. The keypad LED and PROGRAM key will flash slowly and the number pad backlight will remain on for 15 seconds indicating a successful program or valid PIN has been entered.

Failed Entries
Keypad LED, PROGRAM key, and number pad backlight will flash rapidly indicating a problem with the programming or an invalid PIN entry.
• Wait 15 seconds until backlighting shuts off and enter a valid PIN or reset the keypad to reprogram.

STEP 1) PROGRAMMING A PIN NUMBER

Program the keypad for the first time* with a Personal Identification Number (PIN). This PIN must be 3 to 8 digits.

  1. Ensure the number pad backlighting is off.
  2. Press 3-5-7 in sequence.
  3. Press the PROGRAM key. LED will blink once per second.
  4. Enter a PIN number (3-8 digits).
  5. Press the PROGRAM key. LED will blink twice and shut off.
    • The keypad is now programmed with a PIN number and ready to program to the garage door opener(s).
    • See STEP 2A to program 1 Opener.
    • See STEP 2B PROGRAMMING FOR MULTIPLE OPENERS if using the keypad to operate up to 3 doors.
    • If LED did not blink twice and shut off, please see RESETTING THE KEYPAD (FACTORY DEFAULT) section.

STEP 2A) PROGRAMMING THE KEYPAD TO 1 OPENER

  1. Place the garage door opener into the PROGRAMMING MODE as illustrated in the column to the right.
  2. Ensure the number pad backlighting is off.
  3. Enter the PIN number on the keypad.
  4. Press the UP/DOWN key 3 to 4 times slowly until the garage door opener operates.
    • This completes the programming of a single door. See STEP 3 SINGLE DOOR OPERATION for further instruction.

-OR-
STEP 2B) PROGRAMMING THE KEYPAD FOR MULTIPLE OPENERS (UP TO 3)
Program the keypad with a Personal Identification Number (PIN) as described in step 1. Then follow these additional steps.

  1. Ensure the number pad backlighting is off.
  2. Enter PIN as programmed in STEP 1.
  3. Press the PROGRAM key twice. LED will blink once per second.
  4. Enter the total number of openers that the keypad will be operating. (2 or 3).
  5. Press the PROGRAM key once. LED will blink twice and shut off.
    • NOTE: Only one PIN number can be used.
    • The keypad is now programmed with a PIN number and set up for multi-opener operation. The keypad is now ready to program to multiple garage door openers.
    • If LED did not blink twice and shut off, please see RESETTING THE KEYPAD (FACTORY DEFAULT) section.

PROGRAMMING THE KEYPAD TO MULTIPLE OPENERS (UP TO 3)

  1. Place desired garage door opener (1, 2, or 3) into PROGRAMMING MODE.
  2. Ensure the number pad backlighting is off.
  3. Enter the PIN number on the keypad.
  4. Press the UP/DOWN key once.
  5. Press the number of the desired door (1, 2, or 3).
  6. Press the UP/DOWN key 3-4 times slowly until the garage door opener operates.
    • Repeat steps 1 through 6 to program the second and third openers.
    • This completes the programming of multiple doors. See STEP 3 MULTI-DOOR OPERATION for further instruction.

PUTTING OPENER INTO PROGRAMMING MODE:
Current Production Openers

There are 3 types of programming button pads. Type 1 is shown in these steps. All buttons perform the same function and programming is the same for all types shown above.
Place operator into programming mode: TYPE 1-2-3

  1. Press and hold the program button until the round LED turns blue, then release.
  2. The round LED will go out and the long LED will begin flashing purple.
  3. Return to STEP 2A or 2B.

-OR-
Openers manufactured between 1995 to
2011 and all external receivers
NOTE: Learn Code Buttons are normally located under lens covers on earlier models.
Place operator into programming mode:

  1. Press & release Learn Code button once. The red LED will begin to flash.
  2. Return to STEP 2A or 2B.

NOTE: The openers LEARN LED will time out in 30 seconds. Programming must be completed within 30 seconds.
* RESETTING THE KEYPAD (FACTORY DEFAULT):
If the keypad has already been programmed or at any time the programming should be erased and started from the factory default, follow these steps.

  1. Ensure that the number pad backlighting is off.
  2. Press and hold the PROGRAM and UP/DOWN Keys together for approximately 5 seconds.
  3. The LED will flash twice and all lights will go out indicating the keypad has been reset.
  4. Start at STEP 1 to program a new PIN number.

STEP 3) OPERATING THE KEYPAD WITH THE OPENER(S)

Single Door Operation:

  1. Ensure number pad backlighting is off.
  2. Enter the PIN number.
  3. Press the UP/DOWN key.
  4. The opener will operate.

Multi-Door Operation:

  1. Ensure the number pad backlighting is off.
  2. Enter the PIN number.
  3. Press the UP/DOWN key.
  4. Press the number key corresponding with the desired door (1, 2, or 3).
  5. the Desired opener will operate.

NOTE: Keypad will remain active for 15 seconds after a successful entry is made. During these 15 seconds, ANY key will operate the opener.

STEP 4) MOUNTING THE KEYPAD

The keypad MUST be mounted within sight of the garage door(s) at least 5 feet above the floor and clear of any moving door parts.
• Programming will not be lost during battery removal

  1. Remove the battery cover and batteries.
  2. Drill a 3/32” pilot hole for the top mounting screw.
  3. Install included screw into the pilot hole, leaving a 1/8” gap between the screw head and wall.
  4. Hook the slotted mount on the back of the keypad over the screw.
  5. Mark and drill a 3/32” pilot hole for the bottom screw and secure the keypad to the wall. (Do not over-tighten).
  6. Reinstall batteries.

REPLACING BATTERIES
If the keypad back-lighting fails to operate, Batteries may require replacement.
• Programming will not be lost during battery change.

  1. Remove the battery cover and batteries.
  2. Replace batteries with the same type of alkaline (AAA) and check for the proper direction of (+) and (-) terminals.
    Rechargeable batteries are NOT recommended.

ADDITIONAL (OPTIONAL) PROGRAMMING:

Changing an Existing PIN:

  1. Enter current PIN
  2. Press the PROGRAM key once.
  3. Enter a new PIN.
  4. Press the PROGRAM key once.
    • Original PIN will no longer operate the keypad or opener.

Setting a Temporary PIN:
A temporary PIN allows temporary access to the garage by, normally unauthorized, personnel such as repairmen or neighbors.

  1. Enter current PIN.
  2. Press the PROGRAM key 3 times.
  3. Enter a temporary PIN (3 to 8 digits)
  4. Press the PROGRAM key once.
    • The Temporary PIN will operate the garage door opener until the original PIN is used. Use of the original PIN will delete the temporary PIN.

For questions, comments or troubleshooting, contact The Genie Company at:
1 Door Drive, Mount Hope Ohio, 44660
or call 1-800-354-3643 or visit our website at: www.GenieCompany.com
FCC Part 15.21 Statement:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC / IC Statement:
This device complies with FCC Part 15 and Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

38832.503493
01/2017

Documents / Resources

GENIE GK-R Wireless Keypad [pdf] Instructions
GK-R Wireless Keypad, GK-R, Wireless Keypad, Keypad

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