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For this category, a wireless doorbell is defined from the transmitter (push button) to the receiver, where radio signal passes a signal from the triggered transmitter (wireless doorbell push button) and the wireless doorbell receiver. If you are a business owner and want something high-powered, take a look at our store door chime category. A great advantage of wireless chimes is the expandability where you can add more push buttons and receivers to expand the system throughout your home or office.

Plug in Doorbells and Battery Operated Doorbells

Wireless Door Chimes typically come in one of two flavors; plug in doorbells or battery operated doorbells. All of the wireless door chimes in this category use wireless push buttons (battery operated) and when a visitor pushes the button a wireless radio signal is sent to the chime receiver.

Battery Operated Doorbells:

A battery operated doorbell uses alkaline or lithium batteries to power it. In most cases the battery life is long lasting (2-3 years) due to the fact that doorbells aren't typically triggered very much on a daily basis. For store door bell use, most of the longer range wireless chimes use a more powerful lithium battery. Some of the battery operated door chimes, such as the LRA-D1000, are battery operated by default and have an optional plug for power. Another example of a battery operated door bell that can also use a plug is the

Plug in Doorbells:

A plug in doorbell or plugs into a standard wall outlet. Many models like the ERA-RXPG, LRA-DCRXS, and the RC3260, for example, have prongs directly on the back of the chime unit, while some uses a plugin transformer with a cord.

We carry both models with plug-in & battery operated receivers, as well as specialty chimes that are longer range doorbells, doorbells with flashing lights, and more. Wireless door chimes are used synonymously with the terms wireless doorbell

The important thing to remember when purchasing a wireless doorbell is that the wireless push buttons and receivers only work within the brand's eco-system.  For example, if you see the popular "ERA" series by Safeguard Supply, all the wireless push buttons and wireless doorbell receivers work with one another. 

The wireless range of your chime, for plugin and battery powered door bells is also an important factor to consider. The range as shown on the website is the laboratory-tested range. Real-world environmental factors will reduce the signal. For example, a concreate poured wall could cut the signal down by 40%-50%, while interior walls tend to cut the signal by 10%-20%. If you have a small home, a 150ft range will probably work. If you have a large home or business, a 1,000 ft. range wireless doorbell should suffice. A large business, warehouse, or retail store will need a plug in doorbell from the ERA series with a range of up to 4,000 ft.

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    WC180 Flashing Strobe Wireless Chime Kit for Hard of Hearing

    $44.98

    Our most popular strobe light doorbell.  Ideal for hearing impaired or noisy environments.  The doorbell flasher for deaf kit includes a push button and a chime, coupled with a bright flashing strobe.  The doorbell flasher chime plugs into any available outlet where the chime/strobe needs to be located.  Add on additional chimes around the home or additional push buttons for multiple doors.  Quick and easy set up has the system running in a matter of minutes.