Extremely accessible and easy to install, Honeywell Wireless Doorbell Push Buttons implement a no tools, no wires and no fuss approach. Setup requires no more than a few minutes and includes all of the necessary hardware needed for quick activation. The use of Honeywell ActivLink technology will offer owners increased versatility as they'll be afforded the ability to sync multiple wireless push buttons to a doorbell. Wireless Doorbell Push Buttons illuminate a halo light when pressed. A weather resistant exterior has been added to maximize durability. Honeywell Wireless Doorbell Push Buttons are categorized under Wireless "E" compatibility and will work with Honeywell Series 3, 5 & 9 Doorbells.
- Model Number: RPWL400W
- Product Dimensions: (H x W x D) 2.75 x 1.88 x 0.63 in.
- Updated Model: Replaces the RPWL300A1007/A
Q: Can I link more than one doorbell to the same push button?
Yes. It is possible to link additional Honeywell Doorbells (via ActivLink Technology) to a Honeywell Door Push, so you can place doorbells in different locations throughout your property. Be sure to select a doorbell with the number of inputs you need, using the guide below as reference:
- Series 3 (RDWL311A) -- 2 inputs
- Series 3 (RDWL313A) -- 4 inputs
- Series 5 (RDWL515A) -- 4 inputs
- Series 9 (RDWL917A) -- 6 inputs
Q: I have a wired doorbell. Can I change to a wireless doorbell?
A: Yes, the Honeywell Store offers a range of wireless doorbells and compatible push buttons that will allow replacement of an old wired doorbell system.
Q: I have a wired doorbell, but want to keep my existing illuminated wired push button. Can I link my illuminated push button to a Honeywell wireless doorbell?
Yes, the Honeywell Store offers a Wired to Wireless Doorbell Adapter Converter
that connects to an existing wired Push button and bell transformer which will allow it to work with Honeywell wireless doorbells via Honeywell ActivLink.
Q: What type of batteries should I buy for my doorbell?
A: It is strongly recommended that owners use alkaline batteries. These batteries provide a stable source of voltage. Rechargeable batteries (NiCd or NiMh) aren't recommended for operation.
Q: How do I know which doorbells and push buttons are compatible?
A: Search for an "E" on the box. Any Honeywell push button or doorbell with the "E" compatibility mark will work together.
Q: My doorbell has stopped making sounds, but the halo and/or strobe lights are working. How do I get the sound back?
A: It's likely that the mute button has been pressed. The mute symbol will flash if the door push is activated. To get the sound back, press and hold the mute button until you hear a beep. The chime will now sound when the doorbell push is activated.