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Plug and Play Waterproof Wireless Doorbell Chime Operating at 500 ft with 36 Melodies

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Waterproof Easy Chime Doorbell Operating at 500 ft with 36 Melodies 6 Levels Adjustable Volume

1byone Wireless Household Alert Security System is an easy-to-install and DIY home security system, which is perfect for your office, apartment, or home. Just rest in absolute ease! This doorbell kit is compatible with any Easy Chime at 1byone and vice versa. 

There are 36 chimes with 3 levels of adjustable ringing volume(High/Medium/Low) from 25-110 dB, you can choose what you like. In addition, there are 3 modes available (Sound/LED Flash/Sound and LED Flash). The LED Flash mode is designed for someone who has a hearing problem or when ringing is not required.


  • Wireless Range: 500 ft/150m in the OPEN AIR
  • Tunes: 36 selectable options
  • Volume: 3 levels adjustable levels (25db to 110 db)
  • Receiver Power: AC 110V 50Hz
  • Transmitter POWER : DC 3V (CR2032)
  • Receiver Power Consumption:<0.3W
  • Transmitter Power Consumption: standby:<5uA; Working:<10mA
  • Waterproof (Transmitter): IP44

  • 1 x Plug-in Chimes (Receives)
  • 1 x Push Button (Transmitter)
  • 1 x Double-Sided Adhesive Tape
  • 2 x 3 volts CR2032 Battery for Push Button
  • 1 x User Manual

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