Introducing Omlet's first ever Automatic Chicken Coop Door - the safest and most convenient way to let your chickens in and out of their coop has arrived! Designed to work with any wooden chicken coop, it can also be attached directly to the Eglu Cube Mk1 and Mk2. Omlet's automatic chicken coop door opener is battery powered and combines both a timer and a light sensor, giving you the ultimate options for flexibility and control. The unique integrated frame and door design comes with everything you need to attach it to your chicken house or run and has been tested to work down to -20degC. Like a personal chicken coop concierge, the Autodoor will always make sure your chicken’s coop is securely closed at night even when you’re running late.

The Omlet Automatic Chicken Coop Door has a powerful electric motor and metal gear that is directly mounted on the door frame for maximum security. Unlike other automatic chicken coop door openers that work on a string and pulley system, the Omlet Autodoor cannot be simply lifted up when shut. This means that predators will not be able to move the door when it is closed, no matter how hard they try. Your chickens can sleep soundly knowing they have the most secure automatic door in the world.

The light setting uses a sophisticated light sensor to automatically open and close the door at a specific and adjustable light level selected by you. An optional time delay can be added so that the door operates up to an hour after dawn or dusk to suit your flock’s routine. The light sensor has built-in intelligence to recognise and ignore temporary illumination from a security light or torch and will only open after a consistent period of light above the threshold set by you. This ensures that your chickens stay safe and protected at all times and, unlike other less advanced automatic doors, you won’t have any unwanted openings in the middle of the night.

Another way to operate the Omlet automatic chicken door is by using the time setting. This allows you to set an exact time for the door to open in the morning and close in the evening. The advantage of this setting is that you have complete control over your chicken’s environment and you can set the Autodoor to meet your specific daily requirements. The control panel also has a manual function which allows you to open and close the door independently of the time or light settings and, for total peace of mind, there is a built-in failsafe system for opening the door completely by hand.

Four AA batteries are all that is required to power the Omlet Autodoor, negating the need for a nearby power source and additional wiring. The door has been endurance tested under battery power and you can expect a set of batteries to last for a minimum of 6 months.

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Weight: 3.800 kg

Height: 7 cm

Width: 49 cm

Length: 56 cm

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Fabulous! - Massachusetts,

Once we refreshed our wooden coop entrance thus was a dream to install. We have had fox & coyote visitors at night and now feel the girls are secure. We have it set on the auto light setting & only the first night did 1 hen get left out. She was tucked in every night since. We’ve had it set up for 3 weeks. Very happy! Wish there was a solar panel option.


Automatic chicken coop door -

Love this auto door opener! We have been using it for our chickens for a while now and it works super! Thank you, omelet!


Great product -

I read so many reviews for auto coop doors and thought this one had the best overall and was the safest and so far my girls love it and almost always make it in on time. Heavy duty hardware that seems like it will last. Overall very happy with my purchase - I have it attached to a wooden coop.


Great! -

This door meets all expectations. So far, very reliable. No problems at all. It is functioning perfectly! It took a bit of finagling and use of longer bolts than those which came with the product to achieve, but we were successful at installing it on the inside of our coop facing outwards so that the front of the door is seen when closed (rather than seeing the backside of the door). The program/control-box is located on the side of the coop facing a shady east direction. It took about a week for me to tweak the light settings for opening and closing the way I want it. What I ended up with is Opening: Light level 10 with the 20 minute built-in delay, and Closing: Light level 1 with an extra 10 minutes added to the default delay, totaling 30 minutes. (These settings probably won't be good for boxes located in non-shaded environments, but may be helpful to newbies to this product who do have their control box in a shady area)


Great product - works perfectly - Georgia,

I've used a lot of automatic chicken doors and this is BY FAR the best product on the market for an automatic door.