Wired Doorbell Push Buttons

Thank you for visiting our collection of wired doorbell push buttons.  We realize the options you see below may be overwhelming, so we have created product filters to help you select the right button for your needs. If you have a wireless doorbell and need a compatible push button visit our wireless doorbell category page. If you have specific questions about our wireless door chime buttons or wired doorbell push buttons, please do not hesitate to give us a call or send an email.  We would be happy to help.

How Do Wired Doorbell Pushbuttons Work?

Most wired doorbell systems in a home feature three major components:

All three of the components listed above are connected in a loop using a wire commonly known as bell wire. A door bell transformer is small electrical device that steps down the power from your home into something the doorbell can handle, typically 16V. A wire from the transformer is connected to the wired doorbell button and another wire from the transformer is connected to the wired doorbell. The doorbell button and doorbell chime will each have another wire available (one from each connects to the transformer) and will essentially connect to each other.

When a visitor pushes the wired button, the circuit is interrupted, causing a small plunger inside the wired door chime box to strike a metallic plate, creating the "ding-dong" sound.

Doorbell Replacement Button

These replace the center push button on your wired doorbell button. Available in lighted pushbutton and non lighted push buttons with different finishes. Rather than throwing away your doorbell button, replace the center with LED lighted pushbutton center part.

*Single Wired Push Button Ship for a Low Flat Rate of $3.50 (other options available).  Multiple buttons ship for $7.50