MKF Self-Learning Condo Garage Door Remote Gen 1


Regular price $60.00

MKF condo garage door self-learning remote is designed from the ground up to duplicate all the major condo garage door remotes used in the United States and Canada. See below for a full list of remotes.

 

 Make and model How to enter into the programming mode Remarks

Kantech

All models

Press and hold the Button Four and press the Button One 4 times.

DKS

MicroPLUS

Press and hold the Button Two and press the Button One 4 times.
  • Has rolling code effect, see https://youtu.be/fMh9aPnB6DU for a demo
  • The gray color (MicroCLICK) remotes are not supported. For the MicroCLICK remotes, we have different remotes that are compatible with them

ICT

All models

Press and hold the Button Two and press the Button One 4 times.
  • After entering into the programming mode, need to wait the LED flashes 6 times before pressing the original remote button
  • The current generation remotes have some compatibility issues with some ICT remotes (unable to capture the signal)

Keyscan

K-TX2

Press and hold the Button Four and press the Button One 4 times. During the learning phase, must put the self-learning remote 30 inches
(75cm) away from the original
remote.

Farpointe Data

All models

Also rebranded to Mircom, RBH Access, Cansec, Keri System, etc.

Press and hold the Button Four and press the Button One 4 times. During the learning phase, must put the self-learning remote 30 inches
(75cm) away from the original
remote.

Nutek ELVUT0A

Also rebranded to Keyscan, Verex, Condoplex

Press and hold the Button One and press the Button Three 4 times.

Linear Mega Code

All models, including the remotes used for house garage door remote

Press and hold the Button One and press the Button Two 4 times. Due to a software bug, 4-button Linear remotes are not supported.

CDVI

All models.

Older models under the Radium brand and Monarch are also supported

Press and hold the Button One and press the Button Two 4 times.

Smartfob

SF-100

Press and hold the Button One and press the Button Two 4 times.

 

Because the remote we sell will emit radio frequency. It is required by law to have an FCC certification in place to be able to sell the product in the USA. We stopped selling the remote until we acquire the FCC license. If you need to purchase this product, please contact us, other sellers may still have some samples in stock.

 

 

Below is the list of remotes in the working progress (targeted for the Gen 2 remote)

  • LiftMaster: All remotes support Security+ 2.0
  • 4-button Linear remotes
  • DKS MicroCLICK
  • Fix compatibility issues with some ICT remotes

If you have a remote that is not on the supported list, please contact us, if the demand is high, we will support them in the next generation of the remote.