Wireless Doorbell: The Features One Should Know
The wireless doorbell is yet another extension of modern home society. The wireless doorbell’s ever expanding signal strength and its ability to function without any installation make it a significant for buy for many consumers.
Since wireless doorbell does not require any wires, it is particularly significant to those people who live in leased apartments/homes. It can also be used in non-leased apartments, homes and even in mobile homes. Here are more important features.
- Range: Wireless doorbells vary in range with most extending 75 to 150 feet. But now you can purchase even longer range of wireless bell that have range up to 300 feet.
- Energy Source: Wireless doorbells generally come into two varieties for their energy source: 1) battery operated and 2) plug-ins. The main feature to look for in this feature is battery life.
- Portability: This is one of the main advantages of wireless doorbells. The bell receiver can be set anywhere in the house and then moved again. There are even some models that work very well outside your home and some that can even be placed on a belt clip and carried with you throughout the home.
- Sounds and Chimes: The available options in this area are many. Some types will play a list of over 50 tunes and some will even give you a chance to record a message or play your favorite tune/song in a CD quality recording. Regardless of the option chosen most devices offer 13 or 14 basic chimes. On the off chance, you want to go beyond this list will depend a lot on your personal taste.
- Price: Wireless doorbell can vary in price with the cheapest bells cost you around 15 USD to 20USD and the most expensive ones going up to 150 USD (obviously the more costly actually tend to either have increasingly extra components and/or have extraordinary improving plans)