from $89.95
Qty available: 9 SKU: RC 16
This doorbell is the longest transmission range known with a 4000 feet line of sight. The doorbell can also function as a magnetic contact for The receiver has many options including excellent volume control. Included is Transmitter , Receiver and programming May also be used with any Dakota alert 4000 series alarms to act as a relay to transmit the wireless signal further if necessary



Should the customer wish Reliable Chimes to program the chime for them click here for that option.

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The transmitter is easy to set up. Power is by one "CR2" camera battery .

It is completely weather resistant.

Simply set the tone in accordance with the included instructions and your work is done.

The  transmitter  is triggered by breaking a magnetic contact when a door is opened or the button is pushed( when used as a door bell. 


Unlimited receivers may be used with up to  16 wireless 4000 series transmitters and offers a selection of 12 different tunes with 4 different "zones" allowing the user to know which sensor or zone has been activate

Each receiver is powered by a 110 to 120 volt outlet and comes with choice of following volume controlled tones:

Deluxe receiver shall have

: 12 tones with one 12 volt relay and a two Form "C" relays as well as a timed output of 1 second   to 5 minutes

  • Ding Dong (high)


  • Ding Dong (low)


  • Westminster


  • Fur Elise


  • Alarm/Siren


  • Coo Coo Clock


  • Bird Chirping


  • Twinkle Twinkle


  • William Tell


  • Cannon in D


  • Morning


  • Toreador March.

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    Receiver instructions here

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    • I purchased the UT- 2500 transmitter with the magnetic sensor. I discussed this with you on the phone today (Monday, 2/11). So I am looking for something different, and at your suggestion, I saw this model (SKU RC 16). Will this unit work with an architectural mailbox? I have a distance of about 200 feet, and the transmitter would be totally enclosed within the metal mailbox. Thanks for your time and patience.

      Yes , this should work just fine/ I also have some magnetics that may be installed on the transmitter where the form "C" relays are located . these are attached by very strong sticky tape and are ver small . I shall be glad to include a set of these with the purchase should they be needed. I only ask that you remind us that you need them. Mark Kimbro