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Chamberlain

Model # CLLP1

Internet # 100431679

Laser Garage Parking Assist

$16.68 /each
  • Park perfectly every time
  • Easy to install
  • Works with all Chamberlain garage door openers

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Model # CLLP1

Internet # 100431679

Park in the right spot in your garage every time. Laser beam is activated by the Chamberlain Protector System Safety Sensors as car enters garage. With this you will no longer need to worry about bumping into items in your garage.

  • Allows you to park in the right spot in the garage every time
  • Laser beam is activated by the Chamberlain protector system safety sensors as car enters garage
  • Laser beam projects to fixed point on car dashboard every time
  • Avoid bumping into items in the garage
  • Works with Chamberlain garage door opener systems

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Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
8.37 
Product Width (in.) 
4.5 
Details
Product Weight (lb.) 
.25 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year warranty 

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Does it run off of batterys or plug into a wall outlet?

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Moline, IL
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April 14, 2015
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Parking Assist attaches by supplied wire to Garage Door opener and is powered by Opener.
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April 8, 2015
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Neither, this device is powered by the door opener; the wires are connected to the same points as the door safety light barrier. When the vehicle or someone passes thru the barrier the laser pointer come on and remains on for about 1 minute.
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Plano, TX
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November 8, 2014
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If you have the safety sensors that prevent the door from closing when blocked (I think all do), you essentially terminate the wires for this thing on the same terminal. That's what powers them.
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Illinois
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June 17, 2014
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The unit wires into the main opener unit where the safety eyes connect. It draws it's power from there.
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April 22, 2014
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The device used attached bell wire that connects directly to the garage door opener on the ceiling. It does not require batteries or any other external power. It attaches to the same terminals used by the sensors that sense motion across the bottom of the garage door.
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Las Vegas, NV, USA
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September 5, 2013
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It plugs into the Chamberlain garage door opener in the same connectors as the door sensors.
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May 14, 2013
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It plugs into the garage door opener itself.
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December 18, 2012
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The sensor wires directly into the garage door opener, which provides the power to light the laser.
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December 18, 2012
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It does not run off batteries, it wires into the garage door opener with the door sensors.
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Jarrell, TX, USA
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May 8, 2012
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Neither, there are two wires coming from the unit that you attach to the door-sensor wires for your garage door opener. You can either splice them into the existing wires or twist them together with the existing wires where they connect to the garage door opener. I chose the latter.
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January 3, 2012
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The Chamberlain Laser Parking Accessory is available in two models, with different power options. The model CLLP1 is designed to work exclusively with Chamberlin brand garage door openers and is powered by your Chamberlain garage door opener. The model CLULP1 is designed to work with all manufacturers’ garage door openers and includes a separate plug in power supply. Both are easy to install and use. To Read More
The Chamberlain Laser Parking Accessory is available in two models, with different power options. The model CLLP1 is designed to work exclusively with Chamberlin brand garage door openers and is powered by your Chamberlain garage door opener. The model CLULP1 is designed to work with all manufacturers’ garage door openers and includes a separate plug in power supply. Both are easy to install and use. To view the instruction sheets for these models please visit our help center at http://chamberlain.custhelp.com and type the model number into the search window to download a copy of the installation instructions. Read Less
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Do I need a sensor for each car in a two-car garage?

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Plano, TX
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November 8, 2014
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Yes - single laser. Installing two is no big deal.
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April 22, 2014
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The device can only point to one vehicle at a time. You can attach up to two lasers to one garage door opener. This would allow someone with a larger 16 foot garage door for parking two vehicles to have one laser for each vehicle that parks in the garage.
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Yes, it will only point to one spot.
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August 21, 2013
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Yes, you will need a device for each vehicle.
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Yes.
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December 18, 2012
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That would be best.
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Yes. This can /only/ be hard wired into your Chamberlain brand garage door opener. Utterly useless.
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Jarrell, TX, USA
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May 8, 2012
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Yes, each vehicle would need its own unit.
There is a single laser beam that is emitted from the unit, you focus that on your 'target' area on the vehicle.
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November 26, 2011
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This product is not really a sensor. It's just a laser light to use as a very accurate reference point as you are pulling in your car.
So yes, you may need two for a two car garage.
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September 27, 2011
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Unless the wheel base is the same for both cars (not likely), you will need one for each. Would be a nice alternate product if they had one with 2 LED's, but I do not believe it is offered.
Good luck!
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September 12, 2011
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Yes, one Laser Parking Assistant per car is how this product is intended to work. Each unit will project a "dot" on your dashboard or hood to help you guide your vehicle into the perfect position every time. Since each unit only projects one dot, you will need one per vehicle.
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How far away from the garage door opener can this be mounted?

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February 28, 2013
How far away from the garage door opener can this be mounted? i.e. What is the length of the wire on the laser parking assist? Our vehicles park well past the garage door opener. If the wires are too short, the angle of the laser will make it unable to point into the windshield and onto the dashboard.
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About 6 feet
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I hooked one up using a 50 ft roll of the wire that is used for the safety lights (same wire the laser comes with) and it worked.
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I would think you'd have more than enough wire to accommodate you needs.
If I were to guess, I'd say there's close to 20 feet of wire however, it's wire...If you need it to be longer, twist together enough length for your needs, and secure with wire nuts.
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There is about 5 feet of wire. In my opinion you will want to mount the laser pointer vertically over the front window or slightly in front of the window so the laser points down at at a point on the dash thru reducing the possibly of it reflecting into someone's eyes.
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In a standard sized garage with a center mount garage door opener, you'll have enough wire to make it - if for no other reason than the head of the device is on a ball swivel. However, you should plan to possibly splice some very inexpensive wire in with a simple nut if you choose to install more than say 6 feet from center. This installation won't challenge anyone that would consider doing it on their Read More
In a standard sized garage with a center mount garage door opener, you'll have enough wire to make it - if for no other reason than the head of the device is on a ball swivel. However, you should plan to possibly splice some very inexpensive wire in with a simple nut if you choose to install more than say 6 feet from center. This installation won't challenge anyone that would consider doing it on their own. It'll depend on how far the bracket of your opener extends from the ceiling, and how clean / square you want to run your wires. If you're worried about wire length - just purchase a cheap spool of garage safety light wire - that's what it uses. Read Less
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The distance is only limit by the length of the wires. The ones supplied with the unit are only about 10-12 feet long, but you can splice on an extension if needed. The unit wires into the main opener unit where the safety eyes wire in.
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April 22, 2014
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My garage has a higher ceiling than most but I found no issue with amount of wire provided with the device. It comes with approximately 7 feet of wire and the laser is adjustable so that it be pointed almost directly down. The instructions do state that additional bell wire can be spliced to the end to provide longer length if needed. Unless your vehicle is parked well ahead of the closed garage overhead Read More
My garage has a higher ceiling than most but I found no issue with amount of wire provided with the device. It comes with approximately 7 feet of wire and the laser is adjustable so that it be pointed almost directly down. The instructions do state that additional bell wire can be spliced to the end to provide longer length if needed. Unless your vehicle is parked well ahead of the closed garage overhead door, then I believe the provided wire is sufficient to place the device properly. Read Less
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I mounted it four feet behind the opener, so the dot hits the drivers side.
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March 2, 2013
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Thank you for your question David. The laser parking assist can be mounted anywhere in your garage. The wire that is connected to the parking assist is approximately 7 feet long. If you need more distance than this, you can splice a longer length of wire to the existing wire. The wires used to connect the parking assist to the garage door opener are 22 gauge, 2 conductor bell wire, available at most Read More
Thank you for your question David. The laser parking assist can be mounted anywhere in your garage. The wire that is connected to the parking assist is approximately 7 feet long. If you need more distance than this, you can splice a longer length of wire to the existing wire. The wires used to connect the parking assist to the garage door opener are 22 gauge, 2 conductor bell wire, available at most hardware stores. The laser also does swivel and turn quite a bit to enable it to point in many directions. Read Less
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Does this product work with brands other than Chamberlain?

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Yes. It only has two wires. These wires connect into the same fittings as your two garage door safety sensors, which every garage door opener has.
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It will *should* work with any garage door opener that has wired safety sensors. Definitely works on Chamberlain, Liftmaster, Genie, and Sears / Craftsman. I'm not sure if there are garage door openers that have wireless safety sensors (the things that sit at the bottom of your door to prevent them from closing on a child or car if the beam is broken) But, if wireless sensors exist, and you have them, Read More
It will *should* work with any garage door opener that has wired safety sensors. Definitely works on Chamberlain, Liftmaster, Genie, and Sears / Craftsman. I'm not sure if there are garage door openers that have wireless safety sensors (the things that sit at the bottom of your door to prevent them from closing on a child or car if the beam is broken) But, if wireless sensors exist, and you have them, there's some chance these won't work. Read Less
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Absolutely. Attached to a Craftsman.
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No. This can /only/ be hard wired into your Chamberlain brand garage door opener. Utterly useless.
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There is a model of this unit that does, but it's my understanding that this particular unit only works with Chamerlain openers. Part # is CLULP1.
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Sorry, I won't give you a definite yes or no. I know some garage door openers are really a Chamberlain on the inside so I'm sure it would work on them. This laser pointer needs to plug into a power source that will turn on at the right times and turn off a few minutes later. Chamberlain openers have a couple of terminal posts that have this timing right and obviously meet the right power requirements Read More
Sorry, I won't give you a definite yes or no. I know some garage door openers are really a Chamberlain on the inside so I'm sure it would work on them. This laser pointer needs to plug into a power source that will turn on at the right times and turn off a few minutes later. Chamberlain openers have a couple of terminal posts that have this timing right and obviously meet the right power requirements too.
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No. Although Chamberlain does manufacture other openers under different names. Everything I have seen and heard relates back to these only being used on Chamberlain openers.
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August 3, 2011
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Chamberlain offers a laser parking assist through HomeDepot.com. It is model CLLP1 and works with all Chamberlain garage door openers
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Hi jax,
This product links to the garage door opener's safety system. Safety equipment works best when paired with manufacturer parts. In addition, safety equipment should not be combined with different brands due to safety reasons. I have recommended another parking assist product that may fit your needs.
Hope this helps!
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 71 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very helpful in parking The product works well, activating a bright, flashing red LED spot light (abut 1/4" in diameter) on the dashboard. It is activated by the garage door sensors and automatically turns off after 90 seconds. I purchased one for each car and they are easy to install and adjust. May 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Beam too small! This laser pointer installs easily and looks good. The size of the laser beam is a pin point (literally) and very hard to see. If the beam was larger I would give it 5 stars. Don't waste your money.... May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product - Be Aware Of Laser DOT Size The Chamberlain Garage Parking Assist is a reliable product. It was easy to install and performs as described. The only issue I have with the product is the size of the projected laser "DOT" as it is very TINY and can be hard to see. Be aware that the laser "DOT" is a PULSATING STREAM and NOT A SOLID BEAM of light. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stop exactly where you want to Easy to install until we tried to network it(for iPhone operation). After several messages exchanged with Chamberlain they referred us to Online directions that were different than the installation manual, and worked. Otherwise their"help" was pretty unhelpful. The product works fine. Just remember to check a wide" path for the marker, especially if multiple drivers use the vehicle as each may tend to enter more to the right or left. May 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works as advertised, but difficult to aim I like this product and what it does. I have two complaints about it though. One is that it flashes rather than being a steady light. The second is that it its really difficult to 'fine tune' the aiming. I parked the car where I wanted it and tried to adjust this to hit the dashboard right above the steering wheel. I move it a little - it's on the seat. Move it back - it's on the hood. Move it again - it's on the seat again. I would really have liked a way to just move the aim by about 6 inches, but that just wasn't an option. I had to keep working with the massive adjustments until it came to within a few inches of where I wanted it, and then aI just called it good. February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bumper Saver For a long time I would eyeball the parking position in my garage, and with tight spacing this meant tapping my work bench with my front bumper about half the time, out of paranoia of not having my rear bumper clear the garage door. I thought about doing the whole 'hanging tennis ball' thing, but my car is so low to the ground, that my family and I would be constantly walking into the tennis ball when the car was not in the garage. Then I learned about the parking laser. It shines a bright dot through my windshield onto my dash letting me know exactly how far forward I am, with the pleasant side effect of letting me know if I'm too far to the right (meaning the squeeze between my car and my wife's car will be tight) or too far to the left (meaning I'll be banging the trash cans with my door when I get out of the car). The one I have wires directly into the same terminals on my garage door opener that my door safety eyes do, and the laser only comes on when I open and close the door which means I'm not eating up a valuable AC outlet with a wall wart or constantly shining a light down on the car or the garage floor. It was a little tricky aiming the laser once I had it mounted on the ceiling - it takes a precise touch to get it right. #protip: do not mount it above where your hood will be - when the car is parked right where you want it and you're trying to aim the laser, it's tricky to lean out over the car from the step ladder. I ended up remounting it about 18" back from where I had it so that I could put the step ladder right at the nose of the car and then reach the laser without leaning out over the car. February 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Laser Garage door assist It takes a while to adjust it properly. The movement is not as flexible as I would like. The dot is very small. I had to put the car in the garage and then try and position the beam properly while on a ladder. Not very safe. It does help me position my car in the proper position. March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great, can mount right on the opener. This laser integrates nicely with a Chamberlain opener and functions great. Other reviews mention the laser not being bright enough, but that is not a problem in my garage. Maybe it's because all of our cars have black or dark gray dash boards. Mounting and routing the wire was very easy as I was able to attach a small (3/4" round) super magnet to the bottom which allowed mounting of the laser to opener metal cover. See photos. This avoided having to run the wire along the ceiling and mounting the laser to the sheet rock. This may not work if you have a long vehicle that when parked is too far forward. Chamberlain could add a laser to their openers that is built in with a nice clean look. This laser is a bit of a wart. I know some do not care about how things look in their garage, but some of us do. June 27, 2015
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