Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?

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Can anyone recommend a wireless doorbell that would work with multiple base
receivers, at distances (through walls) of at least 400 feet?   This is for
a commercial installation and it needs to sound chimes in a lab area in back
as well as in the front office area.

Honeywell RCWL330A1000/N P4-Premium Portable Wireless Door Chime looks good
but nothing there says it supports multiple receivers.

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W



Re: Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?
On Tuesday, November 12, 2013 7:06:26 PM UTC-5, W wrote:
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If I were to guess, it shouldn't make any difference how many receivers the
re are however I can only suggest that you contact the manufacturer to find
 out if receivers can be purchased by them selves and at the same time ask  
them about multiple receivers. Also be aware that any wireless estimate on  
distance is line of sight and does not consider walls, metal object and the
 like, which can reduce the transmit distance considerably.

Re: Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?

On Tuesday, November 12, 2013 7:06:26 PM UTC-5, W wrote:
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As Jim says it shouldn't make any difference how many receivers there are.  
Take a single push button and "learn" it in turn to each of your receivers.  
When you have completed the learning process pushing the button should sound  
all the receivers.

Doug  



Re: Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?
Try some of these  items..

http://www.sti-usa.com/category/AlarmsChimes/Chimes/index.htm?Page=ViewAll&Class=alarms_chimes&Sub=chimes&Color=&CoverStyle=&ButtonType=&Message=&uscover=&usmount=&ushousing=&uselectronics=&uscolor=

RTS..







On Tuesday, November 12, 2013 7:06:26 PM UTC-5, W wrote:
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As Jim says it shouldn't make any difference how many receivers there are.
Take a single push button and "learn" it in turn to each of your receivers.
When you have completed the learning process pushing the button should sound
all the receivers.

Doug


Re: Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?
Hi,

Instead of relying on wireless to get thru walls and all kinds of obstacles  
that may be in a commercial building and getting spotty coverage, you could  
consider using chimes that use the existing electrical wiring, such as the  
old X10 used to do; you would need to stay with the same 'leg' of the  
electrical system though, or you could rig your doorbell switch to relay to  
a second transmitter on the second 'leg' of the electrical system.

Also, since you may have an extensive phone system in the building, look for  
a lonely, never used, and forgotten pair of wire in that Telco system just  
waiting for the day to feel useful. You only need one pair to send a signal.  
Additionally, if you know how, you can send 2 signals in one wire for  
different reasons using different frequencies. But that's the advanced  
class.

And then, how about the ceiling above you. You might be pleasantly surprised  
to find wiring available.
Just a thought.


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Re: Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?
On Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 8:06:26 AM UTC+8, W wrote:
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https://www.adoorbell.cn

Re: Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?
On Monday, July 6, 2020 at 2:25:59 AM UTC-4, mr.ja...@gmail.com wrote:

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Re: Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers?
On 7/6/2020 11:06 AM, Jim Davis wrote:
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Not to mention that the poster was responding to a message from 2013!!



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