Push button transmitter Bellman & Symfon BE1420
A button intended for the use you need
The BE 1420 button, being small and does not require any kind of installation, can be used for any kind of non-automated warning within a Bellman & Symfon's Visit wireless system. Just by pressing the button, a warning, whether vibrations, flashes or sounds, in any of the receivers that you have installed in your house, will jump. You can install it in the room of a family member who needs your care and thus serve as a warning or he can also wear it around his neck to be able to notify you from anywhere in your home. You can also place it next to the door of your house and use it as a doorbell. The BE 1420 Bellman & Symfon button adapts to the use you need.
- Flexible, you can use it for what you need.
- Small, hardy and light.
- Compatible with Bellman & Symfon's Visit system receivers.
- Great transmission range.
- Configurable warning type.
Visit: home sweet home
Your home is the center of your life. It is where you share your life with your partner, have dinner with your best friends, see your family grow, rest ... Therefore, it is important to feel safe in it. The Visit system is designed to monitor your home and thus be able to concentrate on what matters most in the world: you and your loved ones. Although designed to help people with hearing loss, the Visit system by Bellman & Symfon is a simple way for anyone to live in a smart home.
The house of the future now
Visit is a wireless communication system that, through the use of different transmitters and receivers, allows you to receive visual, auditory or vibrant notices about the different things that happen in your home. From the beginning of fire to the crying of your baby, through the doorbell or a phone call, nothing will ever escape again. All this is achieved thanks to a reliable and easy to install radio system. Since it is not a Wi-Fi network, it does not need complicated configurations nor does it depend on the proper functioning of a router. You just have to connect, turn on and go. Also, when running on batteries, a power failure would not affect the protection of your home.