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Electronics & Appliances Wireless Doorbells with more than One Receiver?

Discussion in 'Businesses - Services - Products' started by shakey, Jun 13, 2020.

  1. ShawnM

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    First off I have to say Smally is straight up...if anyone comes close to our house the dogs will let us know. Short of that, there are so many systems available in the shops in Dumaguete or on line. Very simple set ups.

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    at p398 there is a good chance they are all the same frequency.

    I'm 100% certain more than one receiver can listen in. Capture.JPG
     
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    There are remote doorbells that do not have batteries in the push button switch. The force of pushing the button generates the charge to send the wireless signal.

    I have one and it works great. Except it has only one 220v bell.
     
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    Just because something is produced in China doesn't mean it hasn't met Western manufacturing standards.

    The CE marking on the back should mean that it was manufactured to European standards. However, with China having a culture of dishonesty, lies, manipulation and trademark theft that mark likely means absolutely nothing on that cheap product. I also doubt it was a coincidence that they chose to make their China export marking nearly identical to the EU manufacturing marking.

    https://www.ybw.com/vhf-marine-radi...en-the-ce-mark-and-the-china-export-mark-4607

    Another example of why you should not trust any information coming out of China and their disgusting culture of theft and lies.
     
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    Saw this yesterday and thought of this post. IMG_20200630_124115.jpg
     
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