Q: I have a Wizard 2113. I want to add a keyless entry keypad and remote control. Which one do I need?
Q: The new AL-9000 Photo eyes I purchased are already wired. Is their any way for me to utilize the existing wiring with my Wizard 2115 opener?

Q: I have a Wizard 2113. I want to add a keyless entry keypad and remote control. Which one do I need?
A: Wayne Dalton Wizard garage door openers were originally equipped with several different types of radio receivers and remote controls some of which are no longer made. If you have a remote control that works with it look for the make (multicode, Tec-key, liftmaster, linear), model number (3089, 2010, 2020, 61lm, etc), and the frequency (300mhz, 310mhz, 390mhz).
If you cannot determine what type you have, we recommend that you install a new radio receiver/transmitter. The new radio gear will also make your garage door opener HomeLink compatible and features the new rolling code technology for added security. The one we recommend is our HomeLink Kit 1 (this includes the new receiver and one remote control). It is quick and easy to install. Since it is an add-on receiver, you can continue to use any remote controls and keypads that are currently working with your garage door opener. You can add additional remote controls at any time and also a wireless keyless entry keypad if you desire.
Q: The new AL-9000 Photo eyes I purchased are already wired. Is their any way for me to utilize the existing wiring with my Wizard 2115 opener?
A: Yes, the AL-9000 sensors are the correct model for all Challenger and Wayne Dalton garage door openers (including the Wizard 2115), so it is the correct sensor for your door, and yes, you can use it with existing wiring.Black wire on sensors go to OBS, white wire goes to COM. You can run them in series or parallel. You can splice one sensor to the other or run each individually to powerhead as long as black goes to OBS and white goes to COM.