This category shows our “plug-in” wireless door chime products. All of these products are wireless from the transmitter (a.k.a. push button) to the receiver. The receivers in this category plug into a standard wall outlet.
Choosing the Right Chime
- Do you need a certain brand for compatibility reasons?
- What range do you need? (push button to receiver)
- Do you need additional push buttons and receivers to expand the kit?
Do You Need A Particular Brand
Most products from the same manufacturer will be compatible, except when it comes to the Honeywell brand of door chimes. Honeywell brands are listed as “A.B,C,D, or E” compatiblity. All other brands on this page are compatible with one another. If compatibility is not a factor, then choose the model you want based on other factors.
This is one of the most important factors when choosing your wireless door chime. When the range of a product is listed on a website, it’s typically the published range the manufacturer provides. This wireless range is typically “line of sight,” in an unobstructed environment, meaning no interference.
Wireless Door Chimes with Flashing Strobe Light, for the ...
Our most poplular strobe light door bell. Ideal for hearing impaired or noisy environments. This is a chime, coupled with a bright flashing strobe.
Strobe Plug-in Wireless Chime
Product Model Number Change: please note, the manufacturer has changed the model number of this product from SL-6144 to SL-7744. You will receive the SL-7744.Flashing door chimes are sometimes hard to find, but not here at 1800doorbell.com. The SL-6144 by Heath Zenith is a loud doorbell (75 dB) with a bright flashing strobe that flashes to the 8-note Westminster chime or a simple Ding-Dong tune. Along with a 75dB volume, the bright flashing strobe light is hard to miss for the hearing impaired, elderly, or in loud environments.