Can you use LED lights in Chamberlain garage door opener?

Can you put LED bulbs in a garage door opener?

LED light bulbs are a great innovation – energy saving, long lasting, reliable lighting. In most cases, LED lighting can be used in an automatic garage door opener system and everything will work fine.

Why can’t you use LED bulbs in garage door openers?

LED lights have drivers inside the bulbs, which produce a field that interferes with the garage door — preventing the door from opening. Garage doors operate using frequencies between 28 and 360 MHz. Because these two devices use intersecting frequencies, they can interfere with each other.

Do garage door openers require special light bulbs?

We recommend standard, not LED, light bulbs for garage door openers. LED light bulbs emit a signal that can interfere with the garage door opener remotes. Both Liftmaster and Genie are now manufacturing LED light bulbs that they recommend that will not emit a signal that interferes with the opener remotes.

Can you still get non LED light bulbs?

Can you still buy incandescent light bulbs? The short answer is yes (at least for now). Even in states where there are restrictions on general service lamps, some incandescent light bulbs are still available for purchase.

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Do LED lights cause RF interference?

Radio Interference happens when your radio device receives multiple signals that use the same frequency. It can be caused by many electronic devices in the vecinity of your radio, not only by LED lights. Most often, radio interference produces a buzzing noise, but it can be silent too.

What can interfere with a garage door opener?

The radio waves can be interrupted by electromagnetic fields that are given off by a variety of home appliances, electrical transformers, military bases/homeland security, Airports and even the light bulbs in or near the garage door opener itself.

Can you put 100W bulb in garage door opener?

Garage door opener light bulbs are size A19 with maximum wattage of 100W for incandescent bulbs and 10W for LED bulbs. Exceeding the manufactures guidelines could damage your opener, cause interference or even void your warranty.

Can you use A15 bulb in A19?

If I remember rightly A15 and A19 are interchangeable as far as the lampholder (base) so, as long as it’s 60 watts or less it would only depend on whether the lamp/bulb physically fits in the shade.