|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.6 x 4.8 x 7.4 inches|
|Item model number||SL-6506|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty|
Heath Zenith SL-6506 Wired Door Chime with 2 Wireless Push Buttons, White
|Price:||$54.95 & FREE Shipping|
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SL-6506 Features: -Wired door chime.-Material: Plastic.-Provides modern styling with a white cover.-Transmission range between the chime receiver and push buttons extends up to 150 feet.-Chime features true tone bar sound with a 2-note melody for the front entrance. Includes: -Includes (1) chime, (2) battery operated push buttons and (4) 3 volt lithium batteries. Specifications: -Installation is easy-simply hardwire the chime to the home's existing electrical box (120 volts). Assembly Instructions: -No assembly required. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 7.38'' H x 4.75'' W x 1.63'' D. Warranty: -1 Year manufacturer's warranty.
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The SL-6506 provides modern styling with a white cover. The door chime kit includes a chime, two battery operated push buttons and (4) 3-volt lithium batteries. The transmission range between the chime receiver and push buttons extends up to 150-Feet The chime features true tone bar sound with a 2-note melody for the front entrance. Installation is easy - simply hardwire the chime to the home's existing electrical box (120 volts).
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The doorbell unit itself seems fine, it has a sturdy feel to it and seems well constructed. It has two basic tones, a single ding or the standard ding dong sound. It needs to be hardwired to a 110 source, but that wasn't an issue for me because I was replacing an old wired unit.
The problem I had with this unit was the two wireless buttons supplied with it. First off, unlike the unit itself, they have a cheap plastic feel to them. Removing the back cover to install the batteries and mount the buttons proved difficult and I was afraid I was going to break something. In fact, when trying to snap it back together the small tab bent outward and I had to gingerly push it back in place. I have my doubts that it would have lasted through many battery changes.
Once I installed the batteries and had the unit wired I found that the buttons only worked intermittently, sometimes the bell would ring and other times nothing, this was the case even standing right next to the unit with the button in hand. I found that if you don’t hit the buttons directly square they have a tendency to stick to one side or the other as well. It also seems as if they need several seconds to build up a charge, so pushing the button more than once within 10-15 seconds results in no additional ring.
Lastly, installing the two batteries (flat button watch type) was difficult but removing them proved much worse. It took two small jewelers screwdrivers, one to pry the front of the battery up and another to wiggle in behind it to push it out. Not very user friendly.
I wasn't expecting anything spectacular, just a simple doorbell. It's a shame because another dollar or two spent making a better button would have solved the problem.