Bellman Visit Value Pack 2 with Visual Flash Receiver

Bellman & Symfon

The Swedish designed Bellman Visit wireless alerting system notifies people about important signals and alarms in difficult listening ­situations. The Visit Value Pack 2 features a flash receiver for visual notification.

$269.95 $235.95

Bellman Visit Value Pack 2 with Visual Flash Receiver

 

Phone and Doorbell Chime Notification
The Swedish designed Bellman Visit wireless alerting system notifies people about important signals and alarms in difficult listening ­situations. With the Bellman Visit system, you can easily detect your doorbell ­telephone rings. By adding other Visit transmitters, you can also be notified to the smoke alarm, your baby’s ­crying and more. All these functions are ­integrated into a well-designed wireless system.

Visit Value Pack 2 Features:

  • Allows the user to move around inside and outdoors.
  • Visual flashing light alert.
  • Alerts to the doorbell and incoming telephone calls.
  • Portability: take this system with you when you travel.
  • Flexibility: add-on accessories provide other notification.
  • Wireless system; all batteries are included.
  • Approximate operating range in open field about 260 feet (90 yards); walls and other large objects may greatly affect coverage.
  • Works with VP200 and ZBox

The Visit Value Pack 2 with Flash Receiver includes:

  • 1 Visit Door Transmitter: alerts to the doorbell
  • 1 Visit Telephone/Multi-Purpose Transmitter: alerts to telephone calls
  • 1 Visit Flash Receiver: table-top receiver alerts with a powerful distinct flashing light and visual colored light indicators on the receiver

What else do I need to make this work?

This is a complete notification system that comes with all the items necessary for phone and door notification. You may purchase additional Visit Transmitters to add to this Value Pack for other notifications.

T-HC-VVP2
/
Weight 4 lbs
T-HC-VVP2
/

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Bellman Visit Value Pack 2 with Visual Flash Receiver”