A Common Scenario with Four Transmitters and Four Receivers – Hearing Different Sounds for Each Door

Push Button 1 is programmed to Zone 1 on Receivers A, B, C and D (each of the four offices have their own receiver).  When someone presses push button #1,  it will trigger receivers A, B, C, and D to play the “Ding-Dong” sound.  So each office with their own receiver will hear “Ding-Dong” and know it is for the front door.

Push Button 2 is programmed to Zone 2 on Receivers A, B, C and D (each of the four offices have their own receiver).  When someone presses push button #2, it will trigger receivers A, B, C, and D to play the “Westminster” sound.  So each office with their own receiver will hear “Westminster” and know it is for the back door (push button #2).

Push Button 3 is programmed to Zone 3 on Receivers A, B, C and D (each of the four offices have their own receiver).  When someone presses push button #3,  it will trigger receivers A, B, C, and D to play the “Car Horn” sound.  So each office with their own receiver will hear “Car Horn sound” and know it is for side door 1 (push button #3).

Push Button 4 is programmed to Zone 4 on Receivers A, B, C and D (each of the four offices have their own receiver).  When someone presses push button #4,  it will trigger receivers A, B, C, and D to play the “Siren” sound.  So each office with their own receiver will hear “Siren sound” and know it is for side door 2 (push button #4).