One aspect to consider when using garage door openers is lighting. The spot on the ceiling where you install the door opener is the perfect place to add lighting to your garage, so it makes sense to combine the two units into one.
However, lighting is usually optional when it comes to most garage door openers, so you'll only find this feature in the more expensive models. A prime example is this Chamberlain D2101. It basically combines all the features of the B970 with built-in LED lighting and much more modern housing. An alternative method of lighting is to use incandescent bulbs, which need to be replaced much more often. The LED is a superior method.
The D2101 LED produces 3100 lumens, which is enough to illuminate most modern garages. In addition to lighting, this unit has all the high-quality features and parts that make up the C2102, so it has a reliable and quiet belt drive, a 1 1/4 horsepower motor, built-in Wi-Fi, and remote controls that use Triband technology.
In the box, you get the garage door opener, guide rail, belt, wireless keypad, battery, 3-button remote controls, full-featured wall controls, safety sensors, mounting hardware and instruction manual.
Overall, the D2101 has a lot to recommend it, but above all, you can say goodbye to finding your keys in the dark thanks to the impressive built-in LED backlight.