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Heath Zenith

Model # DL-6166

Internet # 202209335

Store SKU # 441711

Wireless Plug-In Door Chime Kit

  • Loud with a very good range
  • Adjustable volume
  • Easy to install

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # DL-6166

Internet # 202209335

Store SKU # 441711

This Heath Zenith Wireless Plug-In Door Chime Kit offers the convenience of wireless operation without the hassle of changing receiver batteries. The chime can be plugged into any outlet. The chime can receive a signal when the push button is pressed up to 100 ft. away.

  • 8-note Westminster or 2-note traditional melody for main entrance and 1 note for second entrance
  • Up to 100 ft. transmission range
  • Adjustable volume
  • Chime plugs in for power and the push button uses a battery (included)
  • White molded chime cover and push button
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
1.38 
Product Height (in.) 
5.12 
Product Width (in.) 
3.46 
Details
Adjustable Volume 
Yes 
Batteries Included 
No 
Battery Power Type 
Lithium Coin 
Battery Size 
A23 
Bell Button Color Family 
White 
Bell Wire Required 
Wireless 
Buzzer Only 
No 
Digital Bell 
Yes 
Door Bell Or Intercom Type 
Door Bells 
Door Chime Kit Type 
Wireless 
Electrical Product Type 
Door Chime Kit 
Mechanical Bell 
No 
Multiple Songs 
Yes 
Number of Batteries Required 
Number of Buttons Included 
Number of Sounds 
Plug-In 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Style 
None 
Transformer 
Not Included 
Westminster Bell 
Yes 
Zone-specific Sounds 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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Door Chime Kit Type: Wireless
Mechanical Bell: No
Digital Bell: Yes
Multiple Songs: Yes
Westminster Bell: Yes
Brand: Heath Zenith
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can I use 2 bells with one button?

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November 21, 2015
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I believe you can use two buttons and a bell not the other way round. Check with the sales associate in the store.
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September 9, 2015
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The old version of this doorbell had several (what some programmers call switches) that you could use to set the frequency the doorbell would operate on (sandy called them setup blocks).
The new version has literal switches but only 1 switch will change the frequency the doorbell operates on meaning only 2 of these doorbells can be installed in the same area or else one doorbell will ring in 2 different Read More
The old version of this doorbell had several (what some programmers call switches) that you could use to set the frequency the doorbell would operate on (sandy called them setup blocks).
The new version has literal switches but only 1 switch will change the frequency the doorbell operates on meaning only 2 of these doorbells can be installed in the same area or else one doorbell will ring in 2 different apartments or houses. This means that if your in a light residential neighborhood, your probably ok to use this, but if your in dense residential, this is no longer a good option. Read Less
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Yes
Simply change the included jumpers to the same positions on the Chime units and the push button.
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Lovettsville, VA
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January 25, 2015
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When you set up the indoor box, you can set switches to choose a particular chime including a traditional "ding dong" sound. I am guessing that is what you mean.
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January 24, 2015
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Yes, as long as the internal settings are the same. It might require a diode in the push button or there are small black (for the lack of knowing what to call them, I call them set up blocks) set up blocks that have to be plugged in to very small connectors in each chime and push button. As long as they are all configured the same, it should work. I use two push buttons, one for the daycare door and Read More
Yes, as long as the internal settings are the same. It might require a diode in the push button or there are small black (for the lack of knowing what to call them, I call them set up blocks) set up blocks that have to be plugged in to very small connectors in each chime and push button. As long as they are all configured the same, it should work. I use two push buttons, one for the daycare door and other is for the back door/play yard. I made sure they were all set up the same and it works like a charm. As always make sure you read all of the instructions about turning the power on to the chimes. Be Safe Read Less
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January 23, 2015
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Yes. All Heath Zenith wireless doorbells and push buttons are compatible.
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Does the kit come with only one pushbutton/transmitter?

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Olathe, KS, USA
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January 24, 2015
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Yes, only one push button, but you can purchase other push buttons right there in that same area of Home Depot.
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Saint Cloud, FL
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Yes, this unit comes with one button and one receiver. There are others at Home Depot that have (2) buttons - one for the front door and one for the rear but this one just has the (1).
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Yes. Just one.
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Yes, the DL-6166 comes with 1wireless push button. The DL-6167 comes with 2 wireless push buttons. Or, you could purchase any Heath Zenith wireless push button and it will be compatible with the wireless doorbell kit you purchase.
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What battery do it use and can I only buy the button

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January 24, 2015
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The battery comes with the kit. it is an A23 12V very small battery. You can purchase replacement batteries to fit the button from Home Depot. Yes you can only buy a button. Just make sure it is for a wireless chime. They have several different styles. Do not get the push button for a wired chime. has to be wireless. Be Safe
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It takes a AA battery
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The wireless push button uses a A23 12 volt battery, but the door chime itself plugs into a standard wall receptacle. If you want another wireless push button, you could use any of the Heath/Zenith brand models on this website. All Heath/Zenith wireless door chimes and push buttons are compatible.
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December 13, 2012
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Hi Yomi, the battery you use for this unit is an A23 12 volt. You can purchase just the button if that's all you need. The model # SL-6193-B internet # 100627081. Hope that answers your questions.
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How do I change the chimes

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December 20, 2015
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I recently bought mine and follow the instructions and installed two of the four. They deliver the noise as required.
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Dear TZ, Sorry. Since my two chimes are still working fine, I have not tried to change any of them.
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Hi TZ, below is the instructions for changing the chime. It's on page 3 of the instructions.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/29/29291dbe-40cc-4101-8b57-d3020aba0237.pdf
WARNING: Disconnect chime unit from power source before
opening code access door. Close door and replace screw before reconnecting to power.
Your wireless chime has different selectable tunes: Ding (one note), Ding-Dong
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Hi TZ, below is the instructions for changing the chime. It's on page 3 of the instructions.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/29/29291dbe-40cc-4101-8b57-d3020aba0237.pdf
WARNING: Disconnect chime unit from power source before
opening code access door. Close door and replace screw before reconnecting to power.
Your wireless chime has different selectable tunes: Ding (one note), Ding-Dong
(two note), or Westminster (eight note) (Available on selected chimes). The
factory setting is for the Ding-Dong tune (or Westminster, when available).This
tune can be changed by following the instructions below.
• Ding (one note tune)
Inside Push Button: Add a jumper to location 8.
• Ding-Dong (two note tune)
Inside Push Button: Remove jumper from location 8.
Chime: Remove jumper from location 8.
• Westminster (Eight note tune) (Available on selected chimes)
Inside Push Button: Remove jumper from location 8.
Chime: Add a jumper to location 8.
Note: All models have both front and back door tune capabilities.We recommend
the back door use the Ding tune and the front door use the Ding-Dong tune
(or Westminster tune, available on selected chimes). Models that include two
push buttons will come factory set for front and back doors. Decals on the rear
of the push button will indicate its setting.
Note: Some models might require the use of
tweezers to remove and replace the jumpers.
Figure 4
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Inside Push
Button
Tune Setting
12345678 Remove screw to
open access door
Back of Chime
Tune Setting
(Not used on all
models)
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 96 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wireless Door Bell that Rings Needed a second door bell in a separate part of the home. Had tried 5 different models that were wireless and battery. The range was limited to about 15 feet. Couldn't get them to work beyond that range That was a question in its self. I took the advice of the Home Depot Associate and spent a bit more money and purchased the one you plug in to an outlet. Works like a dream. The Daycare kids love it because it plays tunes, The kids run out and push the button and then run back inside to hear whats playing, we keep them on their toes by switching it up often. Fun. It is very easy to install and the button only has two screws, the ringer plugs into an outlet and you are in business, Good for the money, Serves its purpose and then some. The volume control is nice. Good investment January 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I can hear the Chiime I needed a door chime to hear someone at my door. This works great for me February 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product. This was an additional unit for an existing system. Works great. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Door bell kit It,s outstanding wireless doorbell that is loud and can be heard through out my house. l December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dinner Bell or Help Needed Chime Application My wife has limited mobility so I used the wireless door chime kit to provide a method of calling me if I am working in the shop or in the yard. The pushbutton is in the kitchen and the chime is in at and outside vent in my shop. This setup serves the intended purpose. May 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Unit for the price. Works well. Easy to understand the instructions. Easy installation. I only wish the "Chime" was louder. November 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wireless plug-in door chime kit I bought and installed this chime by myself. I followed the instructions. It works fine. This was the second chime I bought from Home Depot. I installed one on the front door and this 2nd one on the side door. Now I can distinguish where any person buzzing at door is by their distinct sounds. October 15, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Work well... just not long We moved into a new home a couple of years ago. There were two of these already in place and worked well. Less than one year in and both receivers (chimes) were dead, We replaced both receivers at our own expense. A little over one year later and both receivers are no longer working .... again. We have been through 4 chimes now. We are not home often and we have no small children. These things were used maybe once per week... maybe. I kept the receipt and manuals this time, The manufacturer customer service and tech support were both kind and helpful. They have replaced both receivers. I am only giving these one more chance. April 24, 2015
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