Heath Zenith

Model # DC-3361

Internet # 202887674

Store SKU # 524255

Wired/Wireless Designer Door Chime

$44.98 /each

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Product Overview

The Heath Zenith Wired/Wireless Designer Door Chime offers 10 cheerful tunes for you to choose from depending on your mood and the time of season. The contemporary black cover with brushed nickel finished frame will enhance any decor. This door chime features a 150 ft. transmission range when used wirelessly.

  • 10 melodic tunes including birthday celebration, auld Lang Syne, Beethoven’s 5th, we wish you a merry Christmas, star spangled banner, traditional Westminster, short Westminster and traditional Whittington
  • Buzzer-only option
  • Transmission range up to 150 ft. when used as a wireless doorbell
  • Wired or wireless installation
  • Black finish

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Adjustable Volume 
Batteries Included 
Battery Power Type 
Battery Size 
Bell Wire Required 
Buzzer Only 
Color Family 
Digital Bell 
Door Bell Or Intercom Type 
Door Bells 
Door Chime Box Type 
Wired and Wireless 
Electrical Product Type 
Door Chime Box 
Mechanical Bell 
Multiple Songs 
Number of Batteries Required 
Number of Sounds 
Product Weight (lb.) 
1.51 lb 
Not Included 
Westminster Bell 
Zone-specific Sounds 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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Do you need a special door button?

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August 29, 2014
Says door button has to have dip switches set the same as the chime? Where can I purchase one?
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September 8, 2014
Any Heath Zenith wireless push button will work with this model. You can purchase one on this website as well.
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Any of the heath zenith wireless door buttons will work. The one I used was white and cost around ten bucks.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Quick and easy, works great so far! I bought this to replace an old wired doorbell that never worked properly. I used the plain white Heath/Zenith doorbell buttons and set it up for separate front/rear door tones. Easy to program, easy to install. I didn't use any of the fancy tunes so I can't comment on that, but I can clearly tell the difference between the front and rear door tones. The buttons are approximately 20-30 feet from the receiver and the walls are block/stucco construction. No problems with reception. If you have a screwdriver, a drill and about 15 minutes you will have no problem installing this unit. I was especially lucky that I found this on sale at the local Depot, but I still think it's a good deal at the regular price. It's been in for several weeks with no problems, but if anything changes I will update the review. August 5, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not at all worth the price. I gave it two stars because Zenith actually put in a Christmas doorbell chime in the built-in selections... clever. As for the quality, poor. OK, so you need 3 D batteries to run the chime wirelessly, and the speaker can't handle a loud setting, it starts to break up and warble and every setting sounds electronic... nothing natural to it at all. If you want wireless, you cannot use a transformer to power the chime itself, you HAVE to use batteries, how stupid is that ? Why not make a doorbell (with the ease of technology today), that can use any 120v input source (or fine, keep it 16v and use a transformer) but make it so that there is a relay that clicks over and powers the chime for the length of the tune when a sensor receives the RF signal from the button? How hard is that? Instead, you have to use a full circle wired system to use a wired doorbell. And the worst part of all is the diode... I mean really? It's flimsy (which is why they give you two) and the directions are horrible, they can't even tell you which way the diode striping goes... it just says to "flip the diode" if the bell malfunctions. The bell WILL malfunction in a wired system if you do not use the diode... and heaven help you if you lose them... they don't tell you the value of the diode... and there is no information on how to order another if you do (yes, I know this from personal experience). The overall quality is just poor... buy a Traditional Wired Doorbell and skip this one altogether... or, if you MUST have a wireless... find one that sounds somewhat real and doesn't crackle or warble when you turn it up to normal doorbell volume. November 3, 2012
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