LA305WLTraditional Musical Wired Door Chime, 10"w x 16-5/8"h x 4-1/4"d in Walnut finish

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  • An attractive Walnut finish features a raised brushed brass insert and three brass-finish tubes for a chime that brings an update to any traditional design scheme. This chime is capable of programming for up to three entrances, so you’ll never have to guess at which door your visitor is waiting for you.

    • Walnut finish cover has a beveled edge framing a raised brushed brass insert with polished brass floral design makes a fresh addition to a traditional décor providing many years of reliable service
    • For use with up to three entrances so you will always know where your visitor is; eight-note or four-note chime for front door, separate one-note tone for second and third doors
    • Chime wires to a 16-volt transformer so you are assured of uninterrupted service and are never dependent upon batteries (use transformer C905 or C915, sold separately)
    • Easily replace your current two-note wired door chime to this style without rewiring for a fast, simple redecorating touch
  • Product Depth (inches)4.25
    Product Height (inches)16.625
    Product Width (inches)10
  • LA305WL is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 8.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality of the chime is satisfactory but not quite as good as our old door chime. Looks very classy on the wall.
    Date published: 2018-11-09
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from poor Installed for a customer. The transformer that was supplied 16VAC 10VA burned out. Installed a heavier transformer 16VAC 30VA. The bell smoked and the new transformer burned out.
    Date published: 2018-06-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Westminster Door Chime sounds poorly. In our previous home, we had a Nutone door chime (Westminster) that had long sound tubes. The chime sound was pleasant and authentic to a Westminster chime sound. This LA305WL chime has short sound tubes. The sound is not authentic to a Westminster chime. The solenoid hammers strike the sound tube with too much force. Hence the sound is a series of "thuds". The "thuds" are loud but not a pleasant Westminster chime. There should be a way to adjust the intensity of the solenoid hammer strike, either with an electronic current control or with a felt pad.
    Date published: 2017-11-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great quality Door Chime . . . I bought this Westminster Chime door bell here a number of years ago and have been satisfied with it ever since. It has good clear sound and excellent appearance. It really is a classy unit.
    Date published: 2015-04-10
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Sound Volume Purchased this for our new home but the sound volume is so poor that it can only be heard in the next room. I may have to take it down and put the cheap one that came with the house back us so we can hear the doorbell.
    Date published: 2015-01-16
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Give is time Rubber parts fell apart after 10 years....chime no longer works
    Date published: 2014-12-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Distinctive Striking Chiming Sound is a Major Plus I was hoping for a Westminster type of melody which it is not - (a great disappointment) however, I have gotten used to the tone which is fairly loud and very distinctive. (Much better than an electronic tone as this has an actual mechanical striker hitting a chime actuator - like old doorbells used to have). The rear door only has a one-note chime which is inadequate and easy to miss with other sounds going into our ears all day (TV, radio etc.) Wish it had a 4 note chime or even two notes for the rear. I did buy a 30 watt transformer to power it and the two lit doorbells as others had commented that they had problems of insufficient power to run it with the 10W and 20W ones so mine has worked well with the 30W. This sounds like a negative review - but actually we like the doorbell - even though it was expensive - so maybe we expected more than it delivered but it still is a great doorbell that we have learned to love its distinctive chiming sound when someone comes to the door. Dog likes it as well!!
    Date published: 2014-09-05
    Date published: 2012-11-22
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  • what is voltage of transformer?

    Asked by: ernie
    16Volts AC
    Answered by: SparkyMN
    Date published: 2018-12-29

    Is this model a digital or mechanical tone?

    Asked by: Bob
    Answered by: SparkyMN
    Date published: 2018-12-29

    Can I purchase one without your logo on the front; and/or can I easily remove your logo on the front if I choose to?

    Asked by: J
    Mine does not have any logo on the front only a little artistic design.
    Answered by: Cliff
    Date published: 2015-03-07

    Is it loud enough to be heard throughout the house?

    Our customer is hard of hearing and needs to be able to hear the doorbell even from the upstairs bedroom.
    Asked by: GLW
    This is a hard question - as this mainly depends on what noise input you have going on in the upstairs bedroom and if the door is closed. I wear hearing aides and the sound is distinctive enough (for the front door anyway) to hear anywhere on the first floor and I can hear it downstairs if the basement door is open and the TV is not too loud. The rear doorbell only rings one chime and it could be missed with the TV going on. Carpeting and a lot of fabric coverings tend to absorb the sound somewhat. The sound level is not adjustable - it is what it is (a hammer striker striking a chime). The sound is of medium tone and medium volume that sounds a lot (to me) like a tone one used to hear in large department store speakers/intercom systems.
    Answered by: Cliff
    Date published: 2015-03-07

    Will this work with an additional chime in the basement

    I have an existing doorbell that requires a diode to be installed at the push button, when I remodeled the basement I added an inexpensive 2 note chime to the basement and can not get it to work with my existing doorbell chime. I would like to replace the existing chime with this model but would like to know for sure if the two will work together.
    Asked by: Bryan2
    Thank you for your question on the model LA305WL wired door chime. The LA305WL can be wired to a two note chime. You would just connect the “Trans”, “Front” and “Rear” terminals from the LA305 to the same terminals on the two note chime.
    Answered by: NuToneCustomerService
    Date published: 2015-05-04
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