Flashing Light and Chime Sound wireless doorbell with do not disturb option specially designed for Hearing impaired or Noisy Environments
Flashing light and chime sound wireless doorbell with do not disturb option comes with 52 different ringtones, adjustable volume controls and preset mode. Operating maximum distance in an open area is 200m. Environment variable will dictate real operational distance.
Flashing light and chime sound wireless doorbell is great for Hearing impaired or Noisy Environments.
For hearing impaired flashing light and chime sound wireless doorbell can Flash and ring at the same time or just flash-light for a set peirod of time. Great for Hearing Impaired or Noisy Environments.
Flashing light and chime sound wireless doorbell is just a plug & play device. Install outdoor transmitter or push button using supplied two sided tape or with supplied screw. Wireless outdoor push button comes with the battery.
Indoorbell or receiver is an AC plug-in device. Plug-in wireless doorbell receiver unit to a standard AC outlet.
Flashing light and chime sound wireless doorbell works with multiple receivers. For example, you can have one indoorbell in the Basement, one in the main floor and one in the upper floor. All of them will work using one outdoorbell or transmitter.
You can also have different ringtones for different doors. For example, front doorbell can trigger one set of ringtones and back doorbell can trigger a different set of ringtones to allow identification of the visitors location.
How to pair outdoor transmitter with indoor receiver, read step by step
Power indoor receiver and outdoorbell placing them close to each other for pairing. After pairing is successful when you disconnect indoorbell from power outlet, pairing stays in the memory.
1. Select your favorite ringtones by pressing the Music button.
2. Press and hold volume button until you hear a sound and LED light starts flashing – release button
3.Press dbell call button quickly while chime is in setup mode
Setup time is only 5 seconds to avoid interference
Press dbell ‘call’ button to test. If indoorbell is paired, it will ring. Once paired you can move it to your desired location.
See video on how to pair indoorbell or how to change ringetones