Dakota Alert 4000 Wireless Receiver and Chime - DCR-4000

Dakota Alert 4000 Wireless Receiver and Chime

Item#: DCR-4000
The Dakota Alert 4000 Series receiver is capable of receiving a wireless signal from any of the Dakota Alert 4000 series wireless driveway alarm systems or sensors. It can accept up to 16 wireless 4000 series transmitters and offers a selection of 12 different tunes allowing the user to know which sensor has been triggered.
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The Dakota Alert 4000 Series receiver is capable of receiving a wireless signal from any of the Dakota Alert 4000 series wireless driveway alarm systems or sensors. It can accept up to 16 wireless 4000 series transmitters and offers a selection of 12 different tunes allowing the user to know which sensor has been triggered. The DCR4000 has a wireless range of up to 1 mile or 4000 feet*, meaning you can reach virtually any part of your property without the need for signal repeaters. Add an extra receiver(s) to your Dakota Alert 4000 series to enable notifications in different rooms, offices, the garage, shed or barn.

Select from these available tones:

  • 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.

*IMPORTANT - While this receiver replaces the DCR-2500 the 4000 series is not compatible with 2500 series transmitters.

* Wireless range is line of sight without obstacles or interference. Real world distance will be less where obstacles and/or interference is present.

Dakota Alert DCR4000 Wireless Alarm Receiver - Specifications

  • 16 Different Chimes Tones
  • Volume Control
  • LED Indicator Lights
  • Operating Voltage - 12VDC - Power Supply Included
  • Frequency - 433.92 MHz
  • Wireless Range - up to 4000 feet or 1 Mile*

* Wireless range is line of sight without obstacles or interference. Real world distance will be less where obstacles and/or interference is present.