Carlon is the most recognized brand name for wireless push buttons in the world. Started as the Dimango brand in the 1990's, they were a pioneer in the wireless chime industry and that innovation has carried through today. You may see the brand names of Dimango, Lamson and Sessions, Carlon, and Dimango, and they are the same products, just branded differently over the years. If you have any of these wireless chime products any Carlon/Dimango push button available on this website will be compatible as long as the manufactured date is AFTER 2000. Products manufactured by Thomas and Betts in 2000 use the wireless technology called "SAW" that stands for Surface Wave Acoustic which dramatically improves reliability of wireless products and helps eliminate interference between other wireless products.
You can find the manufactured date of your Carlon button by flipping it over and locating a small, white, circular sticker. This sticker will have "QC XX XX" printed on it. The last two digits are the year the manufacturer produced the chime. If the last two digits are higher than 00 then the receiver will be compatible with a Carlon push-button sold on this site.
The Dimango name is synonymous with wireless door chime products all over the world, as they were the first large-scale manufacturer of the wireless door chime. This innovation grew to dozens of different wireless