Press Release Summary:
Designed to work with conventional mailboxes with doors that open downward, Model STI-34200 beeps and flashes when mail is delivered. Mailbox sensor is triggered when postal carrier opens mailbox door, sending wireless radio signal to indoor receiver up to 1,000 ft away. If supervised sensor is removed from mailbox, stolen, loses signal, or battery is low, receiver will beep once/minute. Magnetic contact with 18 in. lead is included for mail boxes that do not open downward.
Original Press Release:
Know When the Mail is Delivered
Sick of trudging out in the rain or snow to check if the mail has been delivered? The STI Wireless Mail Alert immediately lets you know when the mail has arrived, eliminating repeat trips out to an empty mailbox. The STI Wireless Mail Alert (STI-34200) beeps and flashes when your mail is delivered. The mailbox sensor is triggered when a postal carrier opens the mailbox door. The sensor sends a wireless radio signal to the indoor receiver (up to 1000 feet away) which will chime and flash letting you know the mail has arrived. If the supervised sensor is removed from the mailbox, stolen, loses signal or battery is low, the receiver will beep once a minute. Mail Alert is designed to work with conventional mailboxes with doors that open downward. A magnetic contact with an 18" lead is included for mail boxes that do not open downward. An 8-Channel Receiver (STI-34108) is also available which can be triggered from 8 individual alert sites. It has a range of up to 1000 feet and is supervised for low battery and connection. The device has dual antennas for increased signal strength and offers a mirroring function which works with up to four additional receivers. To order or for more sales information on the STI Wireless Mail Alert (STI-34200), the 8-Channel Receiver (STI-34108) or the entire Stopper® Line, call 800-888-4784, fax 248-673-1246, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sti-usa.com. STI's address is: 2306 Airport Road, Waterford, MI 48327-1209.