Friedland rings up another plus in Libra range

May 14, 2010

Friedland has further increased the functionality of its Libra + wirefree chime products with the launch of a telephone ringer. The device simply plugs into an existing telephone socket and activates the Libra + door chime whenever a call is received. The chime unit will show a red phone icon and the integral flashing operating light supports the visual notification.
The new ringer, which is available in white only, uses the same 868MHz operating frequency, and its higher antenna output ensures a much stronger transmission – up to 150m – enhancing performance inside the home by reducing the impact of walls and doors. It is ideal for situations where there is a lot of background noise, where occupants might be hard of hearing or like to spend time outside of the house.

Furthermore the compact design is unobtrusive and wall mounting the unit couldn’t be simpler. The ringer comes complete with a standard BT jack which can be used with a two-into-one adapter if a double gang BT telephone socket is not available.
The Libra+ telephone ringer continues the pioneering and popular excellence of the Libra + range and its introduction is entirely in keeping with Friedland’s market-leading position in residential chimes and pushes.