Home Controls Adds Chamberlain Wireless Home Intercoms

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Remember the Westinghouse/Novi wireless intercom system Home Controls sold? We do! It was one of our top-selling product lines – and like all the other wireless intercom fans, we miss it. Since the Westinghouse system has been discontinued, the Home Controls product managers have been searching for a replacement system to add to our collection. Now, we have found a better and more robust system in the Chamerlain Wireless Portable Intercom System.

Perfect for DIY homeowners and renters, the Chamberlain Wireless Portable Intercom System is battery-powered and easy to install in any home or business. Home Controls offers the NLS2 two intercom station kit that provides wireless communication up to 1,000 feet from each station. Both units are weather-resistant, suitable for both either indoor or outdoor installation. The system can also be expanded with up to 10 additional intercom stations (supports 12 total).

  • Wireless intercom system with up to 1,000 feet range
  • Battery-powered stations make installation a breeze
  • Weather-resistant for outdoor/indoor use
  • Contemporary design looks great in today’s modern home
  • Crystal clear, secure 900MHz digital communication
  • Expands with additional stations (up to 12 per system)

When the system has been expanded with additional intercom stations, it allows multiple simultaneous conversations, using a 900 MHz secure digital radio link. The intercoms form an exclusive network and respond only to other intercoms in the network. You can broadcast to all channels simultaneously or speak to one party with “Secured Link” communication.

Each station can be placed on a tabletop or wall-mounted with the included screws or double-sided mounting tape. It is recommended to use the mounting tape on metal or glass surfaces.

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