LRA-EXTX Long Range Door Chime Extender
Have problems hearing the wired doorbell in your home? The LRA-EXTX is a device that wires into your existing doorbell chime. When a visitor pushes the outdoor
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This is a small transmitter you wire into your existing wired door chime. When a visitor pushes the outside wired doorbell button, this transmitters sends a signal to the a compatible LRA series receiver.
The transmitter is capable of working with 1 or 2 door wired doorbells. During the set up, when this transmitter is paired with a compatible receiver, the user will select an available melody to assign for each door. That way, when the front door push button is pressed, for example, the receiver may play the “ding-dong” sound, while pressing the back or side door push button the receiver might play the four note Westminster Chime.
- One-year manufacturer’s warrant
- Powered by included lithium battery
- Wires into existing wired doorbell transformer
- Capable of assigning melody to 1-2 doorbell push buttons
- Works with LRA receivers only
Medium Sized to Large Businesses & Warehouses
Safeguard Supply – LRA Series
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This adapter saved me from constantly having to buy 3 C cell batteries. My Dad gets a lot of visitors and the receiver is on te loudest setting with flashing strobe lights. This setting eats those batteries but the AC adapter pays for itself!
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