LRA-EXTX Long Range Door Chime Extender
- Additional information
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
Large Homes – Medium Sized Business
Safeguard Supply – LRA Series
easy to install. good price and very visible. recommended
We really like the hearing impaired 1800
Wireless door bell. Best choice so far.
I purchased this flashing door chime to communicate between rooms during funeral services so the person in our music room knows when to start the music. This flasher is extremely bright. There is no way to miss it or ignore it if you are in the same room.
I needed a silent device so I have not tested the chimes. I strongly recommend this if you need a flashing signal that can be activated remotely.
We purchased and installed this doorbell and two extra receiver units about 4 days ago for a relative with a profound hearing loss. It performed as advertised. The flashing light is bright and continues to flash for 15 seconds or so after the tone stops. Would suggest keeping the tone announcement operating the entire times the light is flashing, to possibly add a voice announcement "doorbell" and to make the volume on the tones still louder. We have three receivers in a 1400 square foot ranch house and the tones are still not heard. we are planning to add three more receivers, almost one of every room. The transmitter button seems to be well made. We will have to see about the coin cell life in the transmitter