STI Wireless Mail Alert

Safety Technology Int’l Inc. (STI) of Waterford, Mich. releases the STI-34200 wireless mail alert.

Designed for conventional mailboxes with doors that open downward, the product beeps and flashes when mail is delivered. A mailbox sensor is triggered when a postal carrier opens the mailbox door. The sensor then sends a wireless radio signal to the indoor receiver display (up to 1,000 feet away) which will chime and flash letting users know the mail has arrived. If the supervised transmitter is removed from mailbox, stolen, looses signal or has a low battery, the receiver will beep once a minute.

A magnetic contact with an 18-inch lead is included for mail boxes that do not open downward.

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