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Anonymous asked in Consumer ElectronicsOther - Electronics · 10 years ago

Door bell with a LED (or others) instead of sound?

Now, this is might sound stupid, but i listen to a lot of music with the volume cranked up(!) with my headphones and door locked. So whenever anyone knocks on the door i can't hear it.

However if i had a light source of some source that would light up for a few seconds whenever a button is pressed from the outside.

My question is as follows:

#1; Does this have a particular name?

#2; If it exist pre-manufactured, where could i get it?

Tyvm! :)

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  • gkk_72
    Lv 7
    10 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    You could try one of these. They are made for people that are hearing impaired.

    Flashing Strobe Door Chime

    http://www.dimango.com/dc-specialty-chimes.htm

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    they are present but. you can call an electrician and you just have to do is to tell him to put a light bulb parallel to the Door bell.

    In this case whenever your bell rings you would be able to see a great lighting effect cuming and you would be over this problem by just using:

    1. An electrician( hardly cost u anything)

    2. A lighting bulb.

  • 10 years ago

    They are called phone strobes. It shouldn't be too hard to make them work for a door bell.

  • Carl N
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    They're called "strobe" lights, and you'll need one if you keep on listening to music with your headphones. http://www.google.com/search?q=door+bell+strobe+li...

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