LRA-D1000S Door Chime for the Hard of Hearing with a Bright Strobe Light Plug-in Receiver
Super Bright plug-in doorbell with flashing strobe light is Loud & is perfect for hearing impaired or noisy environments. Easy to use kit includes a push button and a chime with a bright flashing strobe on top. The chime plugs into any available outlet where the chime/strobe needs to be located. Add on additional chimes around the home or an additional push buttons for a back or side door. Compatible with all products in the LRA series of products. Quick and easy set up and a 90 decibel chime makes this product a must have. Select “Chime Only”, “Strobe Only”, or “Chime & Strobe”.
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A Door Chime for the Hard of Hearing with a Bright Strobe Light with Plug-in Receiver
The LRA-D1000S is a wireless door kit featuring a plug-in receiver & one push button. The plug-in receiver is small and compact, but has a large, loud speaker that outputs sound from 80-90 dBA (depending on melody selected), and a bright strobe light (that you can turn on or off). Like all products in the LRA series, this receiver is compatible with all LRA products allowing you to add more receivers, transmitters, etc. to your system to meet your needs.
*Need programming help? Watch the video below.
Simply plug the receiver into a standard wall outlet, follow the programming instructions, and your system will be up and running. When this kit is purchased, the push button and receiver provided in the kit are programmed at the factory to the “ding-dong” sound. This receiver may be programmed to two different transmitters, with each transmitter playing a distinct melody on the receiver. Additional receivers enable you to spread them throughout your home or office.
- When purchased as a kit, the push button comes programmed to the receiver. Follow the included instructions to program an additional push button or other transmitter to the receiver.
- Pair/program up to two (2) transmitters to a receiver. Other receivers, like the LRA-DCRX and LRA-VPRX work with up to four (4) transmitters per receiver.
- Three modes of operation; sound only, strobe only, strobe and sound.
- Eighteen (18) melodies to choose from. Decibel ratings of 85 dba-95 dba depending on melody chosen.
- Low battery indicator indicates when battery in paired push button (or other transmitter) is weak and needs to be replaced.
- Plug-in unit up to 1,000 ft. from transmitters. Environmental factors and building materials will reduce maximum operating wireless range.
- 1-year manufacturer’s warranty.
- Manufactured by Safeguard Supply.
Having Problems Hearing the WIRED DOORBELL already installed in Your Home?
Do you have an existing wired doorbell system in your home, but have trouble hearing it? Think of pairing up the LRA-DCRXS Plug-in strobe receiver with a wireless door chime extender featured in our Flashing Doorbell Extender Product by Safeguard Supply.
Door Chime for the Hard of Hearing with a Bright Strobe Light Receiver Sounds
#1 Ding Dong - Ding Dong
#2 Door Knocking
#3 Big Ben
#4 Smooth Alert
# 5 Electronic Flute
#6 Simple Rhythm
#7 Barking Dog
#8 Zap Alert
#9 Falling Water
#10 Car Horn
#11 Telephone Ring
#12 Office Phone Ring
#13 Rooster Crow
#14 Police Siren
#15 Fog Horn
#16 Organ Chords
#17 Oh Susanna
#18 Coming Around the Mountain
LRA-DCRXS Plugin Receiver Set Up & Flashing Strobe Videos
Safeguard Supply – LRA Series
Large Homes – Medium Sized Business
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.