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TEDSEN SKX4
No longer in production
Your

TEDSEN SKX4 GARAGE REMOTE CONTROL*


becomes
SICE WHY EVO (100% compatible)

*TEDSEN no longer produces the reference TEDSEN SKX4

Remote SICE WHY EVO

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Brand TEDSEN
Model SKX4
Frequency 433.92 MHz
Number of buttons 4
Type of programming 9 Switch
Type of battery 9V
Dimensions 85 x 62 x 22 mm
Battery and instructions included Yes
This remote replaces APERTO 4025, SOMMER 4025, HENDERSON 4025, APERTO 4025 BLUE, SOMMER 4025-BLUE, SOMMER 4026 TX03-868-2, SEA 433-SMART-2-SWITCH, SEA 433-SMART-3-SWITCH, APERTO 434 BLUE, ALLDUCKS 6203 P, ALLDUCKS 6204 ROLLING CODE, ALLMATIC BRO4WN RED, MOTOSTAR CLICK 4M, MOTOSTAR CLIKSTAR 2, MOTOSTAR CLIKSTAR 4, MARANTEC D214 WOOD-433, ELVOX ET03 433MHZ, ELVOX ET04 433MHZ, ELVOX ET2 433MHZ, SIMPLE EVO, DEA GENIE, DEA GENIE wood, TORMATIC HS43-2E, DORMA HS43-2E, TORMATIC HS43-3E, DORMA HS43-3E, TORMATIC HS43-4E, DORMA HS43-4E
Please note: this remote comes in three different frequencies (26.985 MHz, 40.685 MHz and 433.920 MHz). Remote controls with different frequencies are not compatible. The model displayed here has a frequency of 433.92 MHz. Please verify the frequency of your current remote before ordering.
If you have a frequency of 26.985 MHz then the correct model is the Tedsen SM4.
If the remote has a frequency of 40.685 MHz, then the correct model is the Tedsen SL4.