Chamberlain CLDM1 Clicker Garage Door Monitor

Chamberlain CLDM1 Clicker Garage Door Monitor

  • Garage door monitor with sensor
  • Indicates whether garage door is open or closed
  • Eliminates unnecessary trips to the garage and prevents theft
  • Fast installation--no tools required
  • 8 by 8.5 by 3.5 inches
Sometimes you just forget to close the garage door. But if "sometimes" is closer to "usually" for you, you may run the risk of having your garage emptied out by opportunistic passers-by, and you will certainly pay more to heat your house. Chamberlain's Clicker Garage Door Monitor helps you minimize the likelihood that you'll leave the biggest door in your house open. The device mounts easily without tools to your garage door via a Velcro strip; if your door is open, the sensor sends a signal to

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3 Responses to “Chamberlain CLDM1 Clicker Garage Door Monitor”

  1. K. Linquist says:
    52 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works as advertised!, December 7, 2007
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    K. Linquist (San Jose, CA) –
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    My garage is a separate building about 15′ away from my house, so I needed something to tell me if I left the door open. I’m using this about 100′ away from the transmitter – a bit too much for it. It worked fine at first, but then would lose signal on occasion. I noticed that the receiver had an antenna but the transmitter didn’t. I opened up the transmitter and found the antenna “loop” – I simply soldered on a piece of wire of the appropriate length (this uses 390mhz, so I used a 1/2 wave length of wire, which is 14.4 inches). Works perfectly now!

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  2. Ronald J. Baptista says:
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    No problems, June 28, 2006
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    I received this item three weeks ago. Installation was easy and the unit worked as specified. I didn’t have a problem with any distance, however my garage door is only about 50 feet away from the base unit.

    You do have to plug the base unit into a wall outlet and it has a slightly bulky transformer. I didn’t know that when I purchased it. I thought both units were battery operated. So you can’t just hang the base unit up on a wall in the house somewhere.

    Overall I gave it four stars.

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  3. PsychDoc says:
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    No contact with transmitters is a recurring issue, January 22, 2008
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    PsychDoc (NJ) –

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    Went ahead and purchased this inspite of past stated concerns about range issues.I purchased two units and both work equally poorly.I tried several locations but if the receivers and transmitters are not in the same room together there is the flashing green and red signals indicating no contact with the transmitter. I frankly think that it is more likely an electrical interference problem with these units than a range problem.We have a fairly high tech house with multiple wireless items eg.Security System,Internet,Cable etc. I think that if you have multiple signals being transmitted in your home that it simply interferes with the operation of the ‘hook up’ between the transmitter and receiving unit.I suggest that you take this into careful consideration BEFORE you purchase one of these units.Mine are both going back to Amazon today.

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