Find the Right Wireless Doorbell Button for Your Wireless Chime System
Finding the right wireless doorbell button to match the wireless chime system in your home may sound easy but it's easy to get lost in the various products out there.
The wireless doorbell push buttons offered on this page represent the most frequently purchased brands or wireless chime kits. To help, you can filter by the manufacturer by clicking the on a specific manufacturer in the product filters menu located on the right had side of the page.
The 19211 is a convenient lighted push button for GE 7 sound option door chimes wireless chime systems. Compatible with the GE series 7 sound option door chime and Not compatible with Heath Zenith, Carlon, or Broan door chimes.
This wireless doorbell, or door chime, push button is the wireless button that will ship with a Craftmade Wireless Door Chime located in the "Decorative Wireless Door Chime" category. Purchase this item, BWL-BZ as an addon addtional push button or for a replacement part.
The SL-6193 is an add-on or replacement wireless button used with many Heath Zenith wireless door chime products such as the SL-6162 and the SL-6164. If you need to add an additional wireless button to the back door, side door, garage door, etc.,
Looking for the best push button that will match your RCWL2205A or RCWL2200A chime? The Honeywell MyChime Surface Mount Push RPWL220A1004/A can satisfy all your push button needs for an affordable cost!
Wondering if it is possible to add push buttons for your Decor series chime unit? The Honeywell Decor Wireless Surface Mount Push RPWL301A1006/A is the most ideal door bell push button conveniently available for you and your Decor chime!
Get the Honeywell Premium Portable Converter Extender Push RPWL3045A1003/A for a product that does it all! This sleek unit may be used as a wireless push button, a doorbell extender, or a converter to use with motion sensors or window/door contacts.
Wireless chimes have come a long way, not only from a technology as well as aesthetically. While looking at the buttons located on this site, you many notice that almost all of them look similar. Typically the wireless doorbell buttons for door chimes are rectangular and made from white ABS plastic. That's because wireless door chimes are essentially transmitters that have to send a wireless signal to a chime receiver when the use pressing the button. If the wireless button was made from brass or any other type of metallic substance, the case surrounding the electronics itself would block the wireless signal it is trying to transmit. As side note, this is the reason many of the chime receivers themselves don't look as good as their wired brothers and sisters. So how do the chime transmitters actually work? When someone presses the button, at the front door for example, the transmitter button will send a wireless signal to a corresponding receiver.
As was mentioned in the previous tab, when you want a decorative wireless doorbell button that's wireless, your selection is limited. These wireless devices must be constructed out of plastic in order to transmit well. There are manufacturers that sell kits that will convert wired doorbell buttons into wireless buttons. Although they tend to be very decorative wireless buttons, they just don't work well. Why? Because the brass or other element that makes the button pretty will tend to diminish the wireless signal. With that said, 1800doorbell does offer some wireless chimes that, depending on your style, you may find decorative. Carlon makes two decorative chime buttons, the RC4130 and the RC4133. These buttons are constructed of ABS plastic but the plastic has a brass or satin silver finish on them...adding an element of decoration to the wireless button.
Whether or not a door chime button that is wireless is compatible with the brand you have typically comes down to the manufacturer who makes it. Most manufacturers will make their wireless chime devices communicate with each other within a small frequency range. In order for the transmitter and receiver to communicate with each other, the need to be "speaking" on the same frequency. Once you determine who the manufacturers the chime button, you will need to know some other important factors.
Carlon: The Carlon brand is the largest manufacturer of wireless door chime buttons. Starting as Dimango, the company was purchased by Lamson and Session, and the Thomas and Betts, which branded their wireless chimes as Carlon. If you have their wireless devices and the product is newer than the year 2000, the products will be compatibly. How do you know when the chime was manufactured? On the back of the Carlon products there is a little white sticker that shows the QC or quality control date. This is the date the product was manufactured.
Honeywell: Wireless doorbell buttons by Honeywell will be compatible based on the A,B,C, or D setting assigned to the wireless devices. You will notice when choosing a wireless product by Honeywell that we specify A-D compatibility. When purchasing a wireless button, you have to make sure the wireless transmitter and the wireless receiver are both labeled as A,B,C, or D.
GE Jasco: All the GE Jasco wireless pushbuttons offered on our site are compatible within the GE "7 Sounch Option Chimes" products. All the chimes we carry are within this line of wireless doorbells.
Craftmade: All Craftmade transmitters are cross compatible with one another.
Heath Zenith: All the Heath-Zenith wireless devices are compatible with each other.