B&D Doors TB5v2 Remote Has Been Discontinued

The B&D Doors TB6 is the genuine replacement.


Out of stock

SKU: 62874 Categories: ,

B&D Doors TB5v2 Remote Has Been Discontinued

The B&D Doors TB6 is the genuine replacement.


B&D Doors TB-5v2 Remote Specifications

Remote Dimensions7 x 4 x 1.1 (cm)
Remote Weight30g
Model NumberTB-5v2
Batteries IncludedYes
Battery TypeCR2032 Lithium
Warranty1 Year


B&D Doors TB-5v2 Remote Compatibility

This garage door remote control will suit the below garage door and gate motors.
We have instructions available here, or you can watch a YouTube video here.


Compatible B&D Doors Roller Door Openers
RDO-1V2 (CAD Diamond PD)
RDO-1V3 RAP (Roll-A-Pro)
Compatible B&D Doors Sectional Door Openers
SDO-2V3 PGY (Prodigy)
SDO-3V2 CADS (Controll-A-Door S)
SDO-4V1 (PanelPro)
SDO-6 (Secure)
SDO-7 (Smart)
SDO-8 (PanelMax)


B&D Doors TB-5v2 Remote Features

The B&D Doors TB-5v2 remote is the flagship keyring transmitter from 2015, for the B&D Tri Tran Enhanced garage door operators. The TB-5v2 remote control has four buttons, which will allow you to code this remote control into four different door or gate openers. Featuring a rolling code encryption called Tri Tran, the garage door remote will generate a new code each time the button is pressed from over trillions of possibilities. This ensures that only your remote control will ever open your gate or door, also preventing code grabbing devices from ‘replaying’ the code to open your garage door.


As a Tri Tran Enhanced remote control, the B&D Doors Remote Control is compatible with the newer B&D Gen2 garage door openers using grey button remote controls, as well as the older Gen1 garage door openers using black button remotes. Programming the remote control yourself is very simple, taking less than 10 seconds. Our technical support team have created video guides as well as written step by step instructions to help you program in your B&D Doors TB-5v2 Remote.

B&D Doors


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “BD TB-5v2 Genuine Remote Control”