Safeguard Supply LRA-DCRX Flashing Receiver Battery Operated Wireless Chime
The LRA-DCRX is a wireless doorbell/door chime receiver compatible with the Safeguard Supply line of notification devices. Featuring loud volume control and a bright strobe that adds a visual display, this product will receive signals from up to four compatible long range transmitters/sensors. Use with the push button, door contact, motion sensor or driveway sensor.
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This is the LRA-DCRX receiver by Safeguard supply included in the following kits:
Expand your listening areas by adding more LRA-DCRX receivers to your existing system:
If you already have existing LRA products (sensor/transmitters and receivers) you can add another receiver to your existing system. For example, you may have an existing receiver (LRA-DCRX) in your warehouse to alert you when USPS or FEDEX arrives at your back door for a delivery. However, maybe you cannot hear that receiver in your office when your door is closed. By adding another LRA-DCRX and pairing it with your existing sensors, you can close the door, adjust the volume, and now hear the receiver in your office when you receive an alert.
- Range of up to 1,000 ft. from sensor/transmitter to receiver. Please note, this distance is measures, like all manufacturer’s published ranges, pure line of sight. This means, in optimal environments, you are going to get 1,000 ft. of range. However, environmental factors WILL reduce the actual range you may get. Most wireless products you purchase will have a range of 100 – 300 ft. and in commercial environments, this simply won’t suffice. There’s also a repeater, the LRA-RPX that may be used to extend the range of your system up to 1,000 additional feet.
- Volume control: inside the front cover of the receiver is a volume control dial allowing you turn the volume all the way down, or up to max. This is the loudest wireless door chime receiver we carry.
- Optional Strobe Light: great for the hard of hearing, or in loud environments, the bright strobe light on this receiver provides an excellent visual indicator. The selector switch on the side of the receiver allows you to turn the strobe on or off.
- 18 Different Melodies: The LRA-DCRX provides 18 different melodies or sounds to choose from.
- LED Zone Indicator: Even when the strobe is turned off and the volume is down, a colored LED lights the zone corresponding to the transmitter/sensor that triggered the receiver.
LRA-DCRX Receiver: 6.60”(H) x 5.30” (W) x 1.70”(D)
Features of the LRA-DCRX Receiver
Hear the Melodies Played by the LRA-DCRX Chime Receiver
Safeguard Supply – LRA Series
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|Battery Or Plug In|
Battery Operated Receiver
Medium Sized to Large Businesses & Warehouses
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Fairly easy to install. Good selection of sounds to choose from. Box with receiver did not have double sided stick tape on small piece. Only for larger sensor. Not sure why it was not packaged as additional sensor was. We will hope this works for alerting us when mom opens a door up at night. Receiver loud enough and flashing light will hopefully wake our family member who is in the home. It took one week to receive .
I ordered a door bell and it was in my mailbox in less than a week, standard shipping. A reply to my web order was prompt and accurate. I have already ordered a second unit from this company.
I’ve been using this driveway sensor for years and it is very good and dependable.
As we age, we sometimes don’t hear people knocking when deliveries are made, partly because we don’t hear as well as we used to. Ordinary wireless doorbells were tried, but they were insufficiently loud. The 1800 bell for the hearing impaired is louder, and useful. But I think a second such bell that rings in rooms distant to its present location would be better, especially if both bells ring after any push button is activated. EGH
I added the LRA-DCRXS receiver to the existing Safeguard Doorbell Extender EX1000S. It configured quickly and operated as expected. Now two receivers are activated when the doorbell is initiated. It's load and the flashing light gets your attention - as it should.