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Chamberlain

Model # HD920EV

Internet # 202894592

Store SKU # 953288

3/4 HP Belt-Drive Garage Door Opener with MyQ Technology and Battery Backup

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # HD920EV

Internet # 202894592

Store SKU # 953288

The Chamberlain Ultimate Whisper 3/4 HP Belt-Drive Garage Door Opener is great for houses with rooms near the garage as it operates quietly. This opener features an integrated battery back-up so you can open and close your garage door even when the power is out. The powerful 3/4 HP motor can lift heavy garage doors.

  • Belt-drive system opens garage doors smoothly and quietly
  • Powerful 3/4 HPS motor efficiently lifts heavy doors
  • Exclusive MyQ enabled remote light switch controls home lighting with your garage remote control
  • Timer-to-close feature automatically closes the garage door if you forget for convenience
  • Patented security plus 2.0 rolling code technology along with multi-frequency transmitters help eliminate interference, providing consistent performance over a long range
  • HomeLink compatible – the in-vehicle remote control system (may require an external adapter depending on the make, model and year of your vehicle; visit www.homelink.com for additional information)
  • Allows for up to 200-Watt of lighting and is CFL compatible
  • Integrated battery back-up helps ensure that you can operate your garage door even when power is out
  • Easy programming and set-up using the Chamberlain smart control panel
  • Premium accessory package includes remote light switch, wireless keypad, 2 visor remotes and IR safety sensors
  • Allows for up to 200 watts of lighting
  • Quick and easy to install 5-piece rail system fits most garages with 7 ft. high garage doors, extension kits are required for garage doors that are 8 ft. (model 8808CB) or 10 ft. (8810CB) in height
  • Approximately 1-Watt of standby power

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
10 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
108 
Rail Length (ft.) 
7 ft 
Details
Bulb Type 
Incandescent 
Doors Operated by Remote 
Drive System 
Belt 
Garage Features 
Smart Device Enabled,Motion Activated Light,Illuminated Wall Control,Battery Backup Function 
Horsepower (hp) 
3/4 hp 
Lights 
Yes 
Manual Release Handle 
Yes 
Motion-Activated Light 
Yes 
Opener Type 
Belt Drive 
Product Weight (lb.) 
39 lb 
Remote Controls Included 
Remote light control for home 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Safety sensor 
Yes 
Wattage (watts) 
120 
Wireless keypad 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Lifetime Motor and Belt, 5 years parts and 1 year Accessories 

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Opener Type: Belt Drive
Horsepower (hp): 3/4 hp
Brand: Chamberlain
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Remote Controls Included: 2
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Does the battery come with the unit or do you purchase it seperately & where

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December 1, 2012
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Sarnia, ON, Canada
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May 18, 2013
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If you are purchasing a Battery Backup unit, it will come with the battery.
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April 30, 2013
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come with it
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December 23, 2012
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It came wit the unit.
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December 19, 2012
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Battery was included with the HD920EV.
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December 4, 2012
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Battery is included with garage door opener.
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The battery DOES come with the unit.
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December 4, 2012
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The battery comes with the unit
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Battery is included.
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the remote in the house. Does it register the temp in the house, outside or where?

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November 17, 2012
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Chanhassen, MN
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December 19, 2012
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I have the HD920EV, and the temp is on the wall mounted control unit that is wired to the garage door opener. It looks like the temp it reads is the temp at the control unit not at the opener.
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Houston, TX, USA
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December 4, 2012
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I believe it registers the temp inside the garage since there is no external sensor to place somewhere else to be able to get a reading from the "somewhere else".
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December 2, 2012
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The temperature reading is coming from the wall button most likely in your garage
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November 19, 2012
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Hi Bullit! The Chamberlain smart control panel registers and displays the temperature for inside the garage, where the control panel will be installed. The temperature can be set to display in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
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November 19, 2012
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It measures the temp wherever the opener is located. My wired opener is located next to the garage door on the inside and it measures the temp in the garage.
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November 19, 2012
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In the room where the remote is installed.
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The temperature displayed reflects the temperature where ever the remote is installed.
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HOW DO YOU ADJUST THE DOOR TO GO UP ALL THE WAY

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December 19, 2012
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In the HD920EV manual on page 30, it shows you how to adjust the up and down travel of the door. Basically, open the cover on the right side of the unit and you'll see the Learn button and three more buttons to the right. An up, down, and a button in the middle.
1. Press and hold the middle button (called the Adjustment button) until the Up button begins to flash and/or a beep is heard.
2. Press and hold
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In the HD920EV manual on page 30, it shows you how to adjust the up and down travel of the door. Basically, open the cover on the right side of the unit and you'll see the Learn button and three more buttons to the right. An up, down, and a button in the middle.
1. Press and hold the middle button (called the Adjustment button) until the Up button begins to flash and/or a beep is heard.
2. Press and hold the UP button until the door is in the desired UP position. You can use the UP and DOWN buttons to position the door. Once the door reaches the desired UP position, then press and release the middle Adjustment button. The Down button will begin to flash.
3. Press and hold the DOWN button until the door reaches the desired DOWN position. (Again, you can use the UP and DOWN buttons to position the door into the down position). Once you reach the desired position, press and release the middle Adjustment button.
4. Press and release the UP button. The door will travel to the UP position.
5. Press and release the DOWN button. The door will travel to the DOWN position.
6. And you're done.
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December 4, 2012
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Adjustment for door opening position & closing position is under light cover on side of door opener. Follow instructions in manual. If you stop the door to soon you will have to start over going through the complete process again.
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the door should have been adjusted when it was installed if it wasn't set right the first time refer to your owners manual to readjust it correctly, also make sure if your door is over 7' tall you need to purchase an extension kit 8' or 10' so the rail is long enough to fully open the door
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December 1, 2012
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I had to redo the "travel" setting because of the same thing and I just unplugged it and started over
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Take a look on pg 30 of the manual. The UP travel has to be set first, the the DOWN travel.
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Hi Craig! Use the steps below to set the travel for the up and close position of your HD920EV garage door opener.
1. Open the light lens on the side where the yellow antennae wire is located. Press and hold the adjustment button located between the up and down arrow buttons until a beep is heard or the up arrow begins to flash.
2. Press and hold the up arrow and the door will begin to travel up. When the
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Hi Craig! Use the steps below to set the travel for the up and close position of your HD920EV garage door opener.
1. Open the light lens on the side where the yellow antennae wire is located. Press and hold the adjustment button located between the up and down arrow buttons until a beep is heard or the up arrow begins to flash.
2. Press and hold the up arrow and the door will begin to travel up. When the door reaches the desired up position, press and release the adjustment button again. The upward travel is now set.
3. Set the down travel by pressing and holding the down arrow button until the door reaches the desired down position. Then press and release the adjustment button again.
4. Now press and release the up button again. The door will travel to the up position and the down button will begin to flash.
5. Press the down button and the door will travel to the previously programmed down position and stop. Programming of your travel limits is now complete.
If you have attempted these steps previously and are not able to get the programming completed successfully please call our technical support team for further assistance. You can reach us at 800.528.9131
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Will the Chambertain MyQ from Home Depot work the the iPhone app to open and close the door remotely? If so, do you need to buy the Internet Gateway?

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See http://www.myqhome.com/. They are stating that the internet gateway will be free with the purchase of the opener purchased after mid-2012, but the gateway wont be available until early 2013. It sounds like they will have an iPhone app for this, but I'm going to bet that it will require a subscription/monthly fee to use it.
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December 4, 2012
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I am not seeing the app on Chamberlain's website and it says the MyQ internet gateway will not be available until early 2013. Are you all using the Liftmaster app and 828LM Liftmaster internet gateway??? Thanks!
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you can get the correct app from chamberlains website, i don't believe you need anything else
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yes, it works and yes you do need to buy the gateway.
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When I called Chamberlain last week ,they told me Chamberlain does not currently sell the internet gateway. They probably will in the future though.
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Hi BB2! The Chamberlain model 920EV with MyQ will be compatible with the Chamberlain IPhone app and Internet gateway that will be released later this year. You are correct that to use the apps from a smart phone like your IPhone you will need to have a Chamberlain Internet gateway as well as a MyQ enabled Chamberlain garage door opener like the 920EV.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 85 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GETS THE JOB DONE !! I recently replaced a 24 year old Stanley Garage Door Opener. Much quieter, Love its features : Timer to close (TTC), Battery Backup, Door control Learn button and sensor. REALLY EASY TO TELL WHEN SAFTEY SENSORS ARE ABSTRUCTED NOT LIKE OTHER MODELS WHERE THE DOOR GOES BACK UP WITHOUT LIGHTS FLASHING. January 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice opener! This product had all the features I was looking for, and then some. Installation was a bit tricky, mostly due to the layout of my home, and a bit of improvisation was needed. The only thing I would complain about is that the safety reversal sensors can still malfunction even though the LED lights are on, and according to the manual, are working normally. There is a varying degree of brightness as well. If they are dimly lit, they will not work right. They have to be brightly lit. Overall a very nice product. December 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great piece of equipment I installed two of these openers in my garage and am very impressed with the quality of the engineering and the finished product. The instruction booklet was the best I've ever worked with. The combination of simple, accurate text and good illustrations is superb. Even when I managed to not follow instructions and screwed things up the troubleshooting section got me back on track. This is a quiet machine. I can't even hear it run when I'm inside the house. My only complaint is that it will not accept CFL bulb even though the ad says it will. The diameter of the bulb directly above the base is too large for the socket to accept fully because the socket is on an angle from the housing instead of perpendicular. I did a work-around by adding old fashion light bulb extenders to the CFLs but now the diffusers won't close. That's O.K. with me. I reduced the wattage usage by 75% and IT'S JUST A GARAGE! Who cares what it looks like? November 19, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding product! I purchased this two days ago and feel like I was a pro installing the product. The instructions were spot on. The door opener is very quite and lifts my 7x8 wooden door with ease. Adjustments were spelled out, Now my son wants me to install one for him at his house. Thanks! July 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great opener, Homelink disappointment Really pleased with unit. I'm a DIYer and found the install straight forward, only hiccup was my misunderstanding on installing the tension control. I was most pleased with the opener 'knowing' the opening and closing limits without me having to do any config. I also like the motion detector on the wall control that turns on the lights on the unit. Biggest disappointment is that Homelink doesn't work with our 2012 Hyundai Elantra and it took going to online user groups to find out about the incompatibilities. I could understand if an older car, but I figured a new car and a new opener would work together. Haven't tried the MyQ yet, but looking forward to use it soon. September 1, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Do not believe the box I am extremely dissatisfied with this garage door opener. I specifically purchased this model because it was "home link" compatible. After installing, when I went to program the opener to my vehicle, it did not work. After a frustrating call to their customer service department I find out that for it to work with my vehicle I must purchase another accessory. Oh, and it will cost an additional $25! Their answer is simply that the "home link" DOES work but you need the accessory. I now feel I was duped into spending extra money for no additional features and wish I would have gone with a less expensive competitor's model. May 9, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Going strong after 4 years We purchased a Chamberlain garage door opener approx 4 years ago to replace the Craftsman opener which had failed. The instilation was more difficult than anticipated and took approx 3 or 4 hours. The operation is quite. The only issue we've had is the battery lasted about 3 1/2 years before dying despite rare occurances for using the battery back up. The battery doesn't seem to have an especially long life and, as we work 12 hour shifts, if the power were to fail just after we left our home, the battery would be dead by the time we returned home. It's not something you can count on for long power outages. December 20, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent opener worth the extra money This unit excels in a lot of categories. Clear instruction, straight forward installation, ability to program from the wall unit, quiet operation and overall quality. The two best features are battery back-up and automatic closing. The first time your wife or daughter has to use the battery back-up to open/close the door when the electricity goes out we'll be worth the extra money. You can set automatic closing to 5, 10, 15 or any minute duration you want. Go to bed and leave the door open? Leave home and leave it open (or the kids do)? No problem, the door will automatically close after the designated time. April 8, 2013
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