Model # FM136-PED

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Mighty Mule Keypad Mounting Post, Wireless Intercom and Digital Keypad Kit for Gate Openers
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Mighty Mule

Keypad Mounting Post, Wireless Intercom and Digital Keypad Kit for Gate Openers

  • Fast & easy programming
  • Features an 500 ft. wireless range from your gate opener
  • Keypad allows up to 25 entry codes
$259.00 /each

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Provide your property with additional convenience and security with this kit which includes the Mighty Mule Mounting Post, Wireless Intercom and Keypad for Mighty Mule automatic gate openers. This convenient Wireless Intercom and Digital Keypad allows you to remotely grant access to your property. The stylish mounting post is designed to mount seamlessly with the Digital Keypad.

  • Allows the homeowner to speak and screen visitors from the safety of their home with a 500 ft. reception capability
  • Weatherproof digital keypad allows for up to 25 entry codes that are easy to program and additionally, temporary codes can be programmed to expire within 1 to 7 days
  • Easy DIY (do-it-yourself) installation, simply follow the provided instructions and install with ease
  • Additional base stations (F3101MBC) can be added for use within the home (maximum of 4) they provides crystal clear 2-way communication
  • Mounting post features a resilient powder coated aluminum design that is weatherproof made to withstand hot and cold temperatures
  • Kit includes a Mighty Mule mounting post (FM100) and wireless intercom keypad and base station (FM136)
  • Backed by a 12-month Mighty Mule warranty and technical support
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I have a 1/4 mile long private drive winding through the Forrest. can you boost reception more than 500ft?

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Don't believe the stated "500 feet". My experience was, my front gate is LINE-OF-SITE, 450 feet to my kitchen, where I wanted to mount the wall unit. It would NOT communicate. I removed the keypad unit from the post and walked to within 30' of the base unit, very clear voice transmission, both ways. I began to walk "LINE-OF-SITE" down my driveway, stopping about every 25' or so to test the Read More
Don't believe the stated "500 feet". My experience was, my front gate is LINE-OF-SITE, 450 feet to my kitchen, where I wanted to mount the wall unit. It would NOT communicate. I removed the keypad unit from the post and walked to within 30' of the base unit, very clear voice transmission, both ways. I began to walk "LINE-OF-SITE" down my driveway, stopping about every 25' or so to test the communications. 100' OK, 125' OK, 150', some static, by 200' NOTHING!!! I rotated both antennas, turned the units around, sideways, moved/rotated the antennas in every direction, NOTHING! Called 'Tech Support' at MIghty Mule they said 'er...well...about...500 feet under "Optimal" conditions. If LINE OF SITE, out in the country, away from cell towers, transmitters and other radio interference isn't "Optimal", what is? Between 2 mountain peaks, with onmidirectional parabolic antennas on MARS???? GET REAL. Be truthful, state 150' to 200' line-of-site.
There are "boosters" available from 3rd party vendors but you double the reliability problems with them.
Suggest hard wiring an intercom (as I did)
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My experience was Line-of-site, LESS than 200'!!!! NOT what Mighty Mule states as "....Under Optimal conditions, 500'". Simply NOT TRUE!!!! I needed 450' Line-of site' to the base unit, NOT LESS than 200'!!!!! I returned the unit, installed cat 5 cable and installed an Aiphone unit, works flawlessly.
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May 25, 2016
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Hello MR,
Thank you for taking the time to post your question, unfortunately there is no way to boost the reception on the FM136-PED. The maximum wireless range is 500 ft.
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how far from house does wireless intercom work?

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HORRIBLE RANGE!!!!!!! My front gate is LINE-OF-SITE, 450 feet to my kitchen, where I wanted to mount the wall unit. The specifications state "500 feet" for the "Range". When I first installed the unit, it would not communicate. I used NEW batteries for the keypad unit and the AC adapter for the base unit.. Still no communication. I removed the keypad unit from the post and walked to within 30' of the Read More
HORRIBLE RANGE!!!!!!! My front gate is LINE-OF-SITE, 450 feet to my kitchen, where I wanted to mount the wall unit. The specifications state "500 feet" for the "Range". When I first installed the unit, it would not communicate. I used NEW batteries for the keypad unit and the AC adapter for the base unit.. Still no communication. I removed the keypad unit from the post and walked to within 30' of the base unit, very clear voice transmission, both ways. I began to walk "LINE-OF-SITE" down my driveway, stopping about every 25' or so to test the communications. 100' OK, 125' OK, 150', some static, by 200' NOTHING!!! I rotated both antennas, turned the units around, sideways, moved/rotated the antennas in every direction, NOTHING! Called 'Tech Support' at MIghty Mule they said 'er...well...about...500 feet under "Optimal" conditions. If LINE OF SITE, out in the country, away from cell towers, transmitters and other radio interference isn't "Optimal", what is? Between 2 mountain peaks, with onmidirectional parabolic antennas on MARS???? GET REAL. Be truthful, state 150' to 200' line-of-site.
If you require more than 175' or so, Line-of-site, suggest you use cable and purchase a wired unit (Aiphone), as I had to do.
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I'm about 100 feet away.
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Thank you for contacting Mighty Mule! The the Wireless Intercom and Digital Keypad Kit (FM136) can be utilized for up to 500 ft. (line of sight). Meaning directly between the house and location of the gate without any obstructions. If you have any further questions, please contact Mighty Mule Technical Support at (800) 543-1236.
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Do you need to run electricity to gate or does this wireless intercom and keypad work with solar power

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The intercom is battery powered (contained within the keypad). It has no provision for external power.
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Keypad w/intercom is battery operated (AA I think) and there is an intercom box which I use to grant permission/talk to the person at the gates that needs to be plugged in inside the house.
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Thank you for contacting Mighty Mule! If you have a Mighty Mule Gate operator currently installed, you can either direct wire the keypad (FM136) to the gate for power or utilize batteries for wireless installation. The FM136 can work with solar applications, but please keep in mind the more accessories you are using on this operator the more solar power you will need. The 10-Watt Solar Panel Kit (FM123) Read More
Thank you for contacting Mighty Mule! If you have a Mighty Mule Gate operator currently installed, you can either direct wire the keypad (FM136) to the gate for power or utilize batteries for wireless installation. The FM136 can work with solar applications, but please keep in mind the more accessories you are using on this operator the more solar power you will need. The 10-Watt Solar Panel Kit (FM123) is our strongest kit we offer, which is recommended for high cycle applications. If you have any further questions, please contact Mighty Mule Technical Support at (800) 543-1236. Read Less
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Does this product have to be used with a mighty mule gate or can it be used with any gate?

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Any gate.
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Hi Amy, you do not have to have a mighty mule gate for this opener to work. You can use this on several different types of gates.
You would have to wire the opener to your gate. If you decide to go wireless, you will need to order part RB709 UNB receiver.
If you go to the web product page and scroll down to the more info tab, click the tap and it will take you to the use and care manual. There is Read More
Hi Amy, you do not have to have a mighty mule gate for this opener to work. You can use this on several different types of gates.
You would have to wire the opener to your gate. If you decide to go wireless, you will need to order part RB709 UNB receiver.
If you go to the web product page and scroll down to the more info tab, click the tap and it will take you to the use and care manual. There is additional information for you. Read Less
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Hi Amy,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. More information is needed to accurately answer your question. Please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 to get more assistance with this item. Our hours of operation are between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great opener Spent a thousand dollars on mighty mule gate opener and accessories, easy to install, working flawless so far, would recommend October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HORRIBLE RANGE!!!!!!! My front gate is LINE-OF-SITE, 450 feet to my kitchen, where I wanted to mount the wall unit. The specifications state "500 feet" for the "Range". When I first installed the unit, it would not communicate. I used NEW batteries for the keypad unit and the AC adapter for the base unit.. Still no communication. I removed the keypad unit from the post and walked to within 30' of the base unit, very clear voice transmission, both ways. I began to walk "LINE-OF-SITE" down my driveway, stopping about every 25' or so to test the communications. 100' OK, 125' OK, 150', some static, by 200' NOTHING!!! I rotated both antennas, turned the units around, sideways, moved/rotated the antennas in every direction, NOTHING! Called 'Tech Support' at MIghty Mule they said 'er...well...about...500 feet under "Optimal" conditions. If LINE OF SITE, out in the country, away from cell towers, transmitters and other radio interference isn't "Optimal", what is? Between 2 mountain peaks, with onmidirectional parabolic antennas on MARS???? GET REAL. Be truthful, state 150' to 200' line-of-site. I returned the unit, installed cable and purchased a wired unit (Aiphone), works GREAT! October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Upgraded gates I've had dual gates with Mighty Mule openers for 18 years now, and I finally added the keypad w/wireless intercom. Works really well and much easier than walking out to the gates or trying to make my extra car remote work from the window in my house. Now I need to add the exit pad or the auto openers with sensors...not sure which one yet. April 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Keypad kit, intercom & post Overall this was easy to put together. Of course it would have been easier if the screws had been included to attach the keypad to the post. The whole setup seems to be working fine. December 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible Product This system claims a wireless 500 ft functionality. The intercom and keypad can't read each other outside of 200ft! My driveway is 400 ft and so I paid extra money for an intercom component that will simply sit there and collect dust. So disappointed I will have to spend additional funds to dig a trench and run a wired connection and see if that works. Simply a bad claim for a bad product. October 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great Easy to install, worked the first time and have had no issues. November 5, 2013
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