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Chamberlain

Model NS-NLS2

Internet #202216985

Wireless Indoor Portable Intercom-DISCONTINUED

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Indoor portable intercoms offer convenient, expandable communication inside and outside your home. These wireless indoor units offer crystal clear digital communication. Advance features include voice activation and monitor mode.

  • Infinitely expandable
  • Portable intercom
  • Battery operated
  • 1 year warranty

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Can I buy a third station ?

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October 4, 2012
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January 12, 2013
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Yes it can handle multiple units
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October 5, 2012
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Hi Phantom41! You can add up to twelve intercoms or wireless door bells to your network with the Chamberlain NS-NLS2. The model number for the single intercom is NS-NLS1. I was not able to locate this model on the Home Depot website so you may want to order directly from your local Home Depot store.
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Does this one support the monitor feature?

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March 9, 2012
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Arizona
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July 10, 2012
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yes, but being battery operated would have a limited duration of use. Would need to purchase the AC adaptor if you plan to use this feature extensively. You could setup one of the channels for the monitoring so you could switch to it from another unit when desired.
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Hi Chris! Yes the Chamberlain NS-NLS2 does offer Monitor Mode in addition to Conference Mode and Voice Activation Mode (VOX). Monitor M ode allows you to monitor the noise in a specific room. To use this feature place the intercom in the room to be monitored and press the Monitor button until a tone is heard. Any other intercom in the network can be used to listen to the room with the intercom set to Read More
Hi Chris! Yes the Chamberlain NS-NLS2 does offer Monitor Mode in addition to Conference Mode and Voice Activation Mode (VOX). Monitor M ode allows you to monitor the noise in a specific room. To use this feature place the intercom in the room to be monitored and press the Monitor button until a tone is heard. Any other intercom in the network can be used to listen to the room with the intercom set to monitor. By selecting a specific channel for Monitor Mode you can limit monitoring to only those intercoms set to the same channel. Read Less
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Can you call remote to remote?

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Erich
Greensboro, NC
February 7, 2012
We need to call not only base (kitchen) to Master bedroom, but also master bedroom to upstairs, or upstairs to basement. How would this be done?
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When a call it initiated, all other units will receive the broadcast and hear the call, except any units such as the portables or doorbell that are set to "Call Only". When any other unit answers the call, a private secure channel is created between the two and no other unit. If any units are in "Conference Mode" they will be able included in this secure channel and be able to hear the entire Read More
When a call it initiated, all other units will receive the broadcast and hear the call, except any units such as the portables or doorbell that are set to "Call Only". When any other unit answers the call, a private secure channel is created between the two and no other unit. If any units are in "Conference Mode" they will be able included in this secure channel and be able to hear the entire conversaion. Read Less
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Hi Erich! You can call different intercoms by setting them to individual channels. In your scenario if you set intercom 1 in kitchen to channel 1. Intercom 2 upstairs to channel 2 and intercom 3 in the master bed room to channel 3. Then to call a specific intercom you simply change the station you are in to the channel for the location you want to call. From the kitchen to call the upstairs switch the Read More
Hi Erich! You can call different intercoms by setting them to individual channels. In your scenario if you set intercom 1 in kitchen to channel 1. Intercom 2 upstairs to channel 2 and intercom 3 in the master bed room to channel 3. Then to call a specific intercom you simply change the station you are in to the channel for the location you want to call. From the kitchen to call the upstairs switch the channel in the kitchen to channel 2. To call the master bedroom from the kitchen switch the channel in the kitchen to channel 3. To call the kitchen from the upstairs switch the channel from 2 to 1. There are only three channels so this procedure will work for up to three locations. You can share a channel to expand the network. For example using channel 2 for both the upstairs and the basement. The other option is to place all intercoms on channel 1. When this is done all intercoms will be called and can be in simultaneous conversation. Read Less
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We need intercom that connects two different buildings; home and garage that is about 10' away from the home. Will this intercom work. If not, what

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November 20, 2011
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I would not recommend it. Our unit couldn't transmit consistently across a small house, less than 50 feet.
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Chicago IL
November 21, 2011
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Hello and thank you for your question.
This product features a 1000 foot range and i so no problem this unit working in your application.
These are some additional details about this unit that i have attached for your future reference;
*1,000 foot range with no wires or power connection required
*Crystal clear, secure 900MHz digital communication
*High-tech design and modern look blends in with today's
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Hello and thank you for your question.
This product features a 1000 foot range and i so no problem this unit working in your application.
These are some additional details about this unit that i have attached for your future reference;
*1,000 foot range with no wires or power connection required
*Crystal clear, secure 900MHz digital communication
*High-tech design and modern look blends in with today's tech-friendly, contemporary homes
*Improved controls makes it easy to operate
*Advanced features include voice activation and monitor mode
*Broadcast to all channels simultaneously or speak to one party with Secured Link
*Single or multi-channel communication
*Expansion with additional units (up to 64 per network) can enhance your home's communication to multiple locations
*2-year battery life; requires four AA batteries per unit (not included)
*1-year warranty
*Compatible with the following Chamberlain® wireless intercoms (models NDIS, NTD2, and NLS1)
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bettery Life If one wants a truly wireless intercom forget this intercom. Battery life is about 40 hours for the monitoring unit. I have put several sets of new alkaline batteries as well as lithium batteries in the monitoring unit. I have communicated with Chamberlain several times and they have shipped me 2 new units, but that didn't help with battery life. The receiving unit has an annoying hum. My previous Chamberlain units worked fine, but I got tired of hearing the BEEP before the sound that activated the unit. The only other solution suggested was buy an AC adapter. This is no solution since I don't have access to an electric outlet. May 13, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very disappointed - doesn't work often This is a very simple unit. Problem is you have to speak very close to the unit, but not too close, speak loudly but not too loud and press the button with just the right amount of pressure to activate it. What's worse, even though there were just two rooms separating them (less than 50 ft) they would frequently lose communication with each other and flash incessantly- very annoying to wake up in the middle of the night with a flashing blue light next to your bed. Once signal is lost, it can be very hard to re establish. Because of the light flashing problem, batteries wear out quickly adding to the problem of losing signal. January 12, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by too much delay required to talk and listen We bought these units through Home Depot. The price and features seem amazing compared to other intercoms, but there are other Cons to this unit. It is not superclear, but we didn't mind that, There is a huge 5 second delay when you push the button to talk, use the VOX feature or even the Monitor Feature. You miss the beginning of what the person has said. Any kid under the age of 17 will never have the patience to use this intercom and refrain from yelling down or up the stairs. The Monitor feature is pretty useless compared to a $20 baby monitor. We are returning this unit and looking into BabyMonitors with a Talk Intercom Feature so there is not such a huge delay and miss hearing your kids' reply. June 11, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good product and loved the price. This is a good product. I have four in my house and they all work well. Once I figured how to sync them they were ready to use. We just use them to call the kids upstairs so it is an ideal product for us. Best part is no cables to run or plug. The batteries are still working after a month. August 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good intercom at a great prcice. The intercom set arrived on time and worked well. It is exactly what we needed for our purpose. December 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a great intercom This intercom has been working great for several weeks now and my wife and I are grateful. Hope it keeps going just as it has been. So far haven't had to change the batteries. August 6, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A Decent intercom for the price The Chamberlain intercom works well. Much better than the Westinghouse units that use your power wiring. The only shortcomings are that it doesn't include 12 volt adapters, which are needed if you don't want to keep changing batteries, and the intercom doesn't have a paging feature. February 5, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Intercom system I've seen A very good and very flexible intercom system. Just remember to wait for the beep to start talking. 12 units in three buildings on our property and it works fine. Now we can also answer the door no matter where we are on the property as well as hear the doorbell. The security and privacy is great. July 10, 2012
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