Genie Connected Pro Series – Model 3120H

Belt or Chain Drive

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The Genie Company specializes in innovative garage door opener systems, including Model 3120H from the Connected Pro Series. With this convenient garage door opener, you can enjoy excellent performance, durability and reliability. Explore its different features below!

From advanced technology to superior warranty offerings, you can reap multiple benefits by investing in the Model 3120H garage door opener. Its features include:

  • Aladdin Connect: This integrated Wi-Fi connectivity lets you control and monitor your garage door with your smart device from nearly anywhere. Aladdin Connect is built into the opener, so it doesn't require additional hardware to work with your home router. This smart technology also works with Alexa.
  • Soft start and stop control: The direct current (DC) motor includes soft start and stop capabilities, ensuring smooth door movements during operation. This feature reduces noise and wear on the door.
  • Smart lighting: This model includes lighting on each side of the powerhead, distributing light throughout the entire garage.
  • Reliability: Model 3120H has an opening speed of 7 inches per second. It can accommodate doors up to 10 feet and 500 pounds. There is a Limited Lifetime Warranty for the motor, 15 years for the belt drive rail and five years for the chain drive rail.
  • Backup battery-compatible: You can equip your garage door opener with a backup battery. That way, you won't get locked outside the garage when the power goes out.
  • Six-foot power cord: Most garage door openers include a 4-foot power cord. However, the Model 3120H's power cord is 6 feet long, so it can accommodate outlets that require a longer reach.
  • GenieSense™: This diagnostic monitoring technology stops operation when significant changes occur, boosting garage door safety. 
  • Two-bulb system: Model 3120 features two light bulbs for optimal brightness. Genie LED light bulbs are recommended for this system (60-watt maximum if you're using incandescent bulbs).