Raynor Admiral Garage Door Opener
"If the power goes out, the EverCharge® system will open and close your garage door
The Raynor Admiral garage door opener is a powerful, quiet, feature-rich 3/4 HP DC powered belt drive garage door opener with EverCharge® Raynor Standby Power. The Admiral is ideal for homes with living space above or adjacent to the garage.
This Premium Raynor model will quietly open and close the heaviest single and double car garage doors, including carriage house doors and solid wooden garage doors. The powerful 3/4 HPs (horsepower strength similar to a 3/4 HP AC model) belt drive system is one of the quietest garage door openers available.
If the power goes out, the EverCharge® system will open and close your garage door 20 times in 24 hours with no power, and recharge when power is restored to your home.
Raynor Admiral Features, Safety and Security
One of Raynor's "Premium" models, the Admiral includes a Premium 3-Button remote control that lights up when your hand comes near it, a motion detecting Smart Control Panel™ that displays time, temperature and other system status messages, and a 2-Bulb, 200 watt (max.) lighting system with adjustable delay.
Manufactured by the Chamberlain Group, the Admiral is similar to the Chamberlain WD962KD and includes all of Raynor's safety and security features, including the PosiLock™ security system that keeps your garage door securely locked once it is fully closed.
The Admiral is also equipped with Raynor's Protector System™ Photo Eyes to stop and reverse the garage door if anything interrupts the beam when the door is opening or closing, and Safety Signal™ rolling code technology to keep potential intruders from steeling your remote transmitter codes.
NOTE: All Raynor garage door openers are sold and installed by a network of professional dealers.
Raynor Admiral Garage Door Opener details
Horsepower: 3/4 HPs (DC Powered, similar to 3/4 HP AC Power)
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