King Gates STYLO 4K Remote Control

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Brand : King Gates

Frequency : 433.92 MHz

Number of Buttons : 4

Coding : Rolling code

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20,99 € VAT incl.

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Take advantage of discounts on this product:

- 5% discount for 2 or more remotes
7% discount for 3 or more remotes

- 10% discount for 5 or more remotes


433.92 MHz, 4-channel rolling code gate/garage door remote control.
Inspired by the automotive sector, Stylo 4K is a resistant and aesthetic radio control thanks to its chromed metal structure.

The STYLO 4K transmitter is not a universal remote control. It is only compatible with Novo RX2 receivers, the old Fred Myo 2 receiver and the new Freddy 2 receiver.
Therefore, make sure that this remote control is compatible with your system for controlling your sliding gate/ swing gate/ door automation before purchasing.

Furthermore, STYLO transmitters are not able to copy other remote controls. It is necessary to register them directly on the receiver in order to make them functional.

This model does not come with instructions. However, we have provided a programming guide below. The battery is included.

Domobip tip: You don't use more than two buttons on your current STYLO 4K? Then you can buy the STYLO 2K remote control which is compatible and at a better price!


Guide to programming your remote control from your receiver:

Step 1. Open your receiver case. On the receiver board, press and hold the programming button. The LED on your receiver will flash.
Step 2. Press and hold the button you want to program on your new remote control for one second. The LED on your receiver will go out within 10 seconds of releasing the button.

Any comments about the guide? Don't hesitate to contact us via the contact form!


Frequently asked questions :

Are the STYLO 4 and STYLO 4K remote controls compatible?

No, because the STYLO 4K model is not compatible with older installations.

I live in a condominium. Can I buy a King Gates STYLO 4K remote control and program it myself?

No. It is likely that your building manager has blocked the condominium's receiver. Contact them before ordering.