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Silent Alert Mini Monitor For Doorbell and Car & Burglar Alarm 1 Silent Alert Mini Monitor For Doorbell and Car & Burglar Alarm 2
Silent Alert Mini Monitor For Doorbell and Car & Burglar Alarm
Priced from £107.00
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Wireless bell push transmitter for use with manufacturer's receiving pagers (not included). Accessories: outside weather cover. Receiver required.

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Clofield Ltd

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

The Mini Monitor can be used as a wireless stand alone bell push or can replace a bell push on an existing wired door chime. Simply install a 9V PP3 alkaline battery and the unit is ready to go. The Monitor can be setup to inform the user of doorbell, door entry alerts or car / house alarms. It is possible to use the Monitor outside with the use of a StormGuard cover. Doorbell transmitters for sensory paging systems are typically silent. Visitors to the door are unaware of a signal being sent leading to them knocking, giving up or pressing the doorbell so hard it breaks the unit. The Mini Monitor now provides feedback to visitors with an internal sounder. When the button is pressed the monitor plays a traditional doorbell sound giving feedback to visitors that a signal has been sent. No more broken buttons or missed calls. Item dimensions 4.1 x 8.3 x 3.2 (cm) Item weight 41(g) Features Can link to both car & burglar alarms Easy to install Wireless Range up to 1000m in open air Low battery monitoring Can be used with an existing doorbell Uses standard alkaline or lithium PP3 batteries Water resistant with StormGuard cover Discreet design

Manufacturer's Contact Details

http://www.silent-alert.co.uk

Clofield Ltd

19 The Bridge Business Centre

Beresford Way

Dunston Road

Chesterfield

Derbyshire

S419FG

UK

01246450789 sales@silent-alert.co.uk

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Key Features

  • battery voltage indicator, low battery signal to pager
  • can be connected to door entry alerts, car and house alarms and inter-connected smoke alarms

Product Dimensions

Transmitter
Range 1000metres

Product Specification

No product specification has been specified.

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