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Honeywell RCWL300A Premium Portable Wireless Chime and Push Manual

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Honeywell RCWL300A Premium Portable Wireless Chime and Push Instruction Manual


Premium Portable Wirefree Chime with Push

Thank you for choosing this Honeywell product. Please use the following instructions to ensure correct installation and use. Keep these notes in a safe place for future reference.

Checking Pack Contents

Unpack your chime kit and identify the following parts:
  • Chime
  • Wall mounting bracket
  •  Bell push
  • CR2032 battery for bell push
  • 2 x fixing screws for push
  • 2 x fixing screws for chime
  • 2 x wall plugs
  • Adhesive pad
  • Self-adhesive icons
You will need:
  • 3 X LR6 ‘AA’ Alkaline batteries
  • A Phillips screwdriver
  • A small flat bladed screwdriver
  • A 1/4-in. (6 mm) masonry drill



Before proceeding with the installation, please note the following safety warnings:

  •  Always follow the manufacturer’s advice when using power tools and wear suitable protective equipment (e.g. safety goggles) when drilling holes, etc.
  • Before drilling holes in walls, check for hidden electricity cables and water pipes. The use of a cable/pipe locator is advisable if in doubt.

Quick Start

The bell push supplied with this kit is pre-programmed to operate with the chime. You need to do the following to get started:

  •  Open the bell push
  • Fit the push battery
  • Fit the chime batteries
  • Check the volume setting
    When you operate the bell push, the chime will sound and the 1st Icon will flash. If you have additional pushes or you want to assign a different icon to your push, you will need to follow the programming procedure

Open the Bell Push 

Insert a flat bladed screwdriver into the slot A at the base of the push. Carefully lever the cover and base apart (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1

Fit the Push Battery

Insert the CR2032 coin cell. Ensure the face marked ‘+’ is uppermost (Fig. 2).

Fig. 2

Fit the Chime Batteries

To remove the chime battery cover, press at point B and slide the cover back 1/4 in. (5 mm), then lift off. Insert 3 x LR6 ‘AA’ alkaline batteries (not supplied). Observe polarity as marked inside the battery compartment.

Fig. 3

Sliding Window 

Release the catch (B) and slide open the window.

Fig. 4

Volume Control 

The volume control is behind the sliding window on the front of the chime. Initially, set the control to mid-point. After you have tested your system, adjust to the desired volume.


Use of Icons 

In addition to the chime sounds, your chime has a visual indication to show which device has activated it. An icon will illuminate when the chime is activated by a bell push or another compatible device. The chime supports 3 icons.




The ‘Main door’ and ‘Back door’ icons are usually used for bell pushes. The other icon is intended for use with other compatible devices, such as PIR movement detectors and Telephone ring detector. Icons numbered 1 to 3 are also included. The Icons are self-adhesive, supplied in strips of 3. They can be changed, if required, by opening the sliding window of the chime and gently peeling off the strips. If desired, the strips can be cut into individual icons and attached to the chime ina different order.
Use the Programming procedure to change
the icon associated with a push.

Programming Procedure

Learn Procedure
To enable your chime to learn the identity of your bell push:
  • Press the  button and keep it pressed. Each Icon will light in turn. When the Icon you want is lit, release the button.
  • While the Icon you have selected is lit, operate your push. The chime will sound. The Icon will flash.
Unlearn Procedure
If you want to remove a push from the chime’s memory:
  • Press the  button and keep it pressed.
  • Each Icon will light in turn. When the Icon associated with the push to be unlearned is lit, release the button.
  • Press and hold down both & buttons, until a ‘beep’ sound is heard.

Changing the Tune

Operate the push. While the Icon is flashing, press the button.
Press the button again and the tune will change. Repeat until the tune you want plays.

Recall Function
A short push of the button will flash the Icon that was last in use.

Chime Sounds 

To hear the chime sounds without operating the bell push, press the button. Press the button again and the tune will change.

Mount the Push 

Mount using either the double-sided adhesive pad or the screws provided.   (See Fig. 6 )
Test your push before mounting. Avoid mounting to metal structures.

Fig. 6

Chime Position

The Chime can be free standing or wall mounted using the wall mounting bracket provided. If wall mounting is preferred, screw the bracket to the wall (see Fig7). The Chime hooks onto the wall bracket as illustrated.

Fig. 7

A ‘beep’ sound is heard in learn mode…

  • The push you are programming has already been learned by the chime.
  • If you want to change the Icon associated with the push, use the un-learn
    procedure, then program the push again.

Two ‘beep’ sounds are heard after the normal chime sound… 

  • This indicates a low battery in the bell push that activated the chime. Fit a new battery, type CR2032.

When the bell push is operated, the amber confidence light does not turn on, or is only on for a short time…

  • In normal operation, the amber light will turn on for 1 second. When the battery is weak, the light will only turn on for a short time. Fit a new battery, type CR2032.

The chime does not work…

  • Check that the batteries are the correct type, LR6 ‘AA’ cells. Only use alkaline batteries.
  • Check that the batteries are fitted correctly, with correct polarity.
  • The chime could be out of range of the bell push. Try the chime in a different location.
  • The chime might not have learned the identity of the bell push. Follow the programming procedure.

The chime does not sound…

  • Check that the volume control is not at the minimum setting.

Range is reduced…

  • Metal structures, including uPVC door frames can reduce the range of the product. Avoid mounting the push or chime on or near metal structures.
  • Other equipment can cause radio interference that affects your chime.
  • Walls and ceilings will reduce the range.
  • Weak batteries will reduce range. Replace every 12–18 months. In cold conditions (below 41ºF [5ºC]), batteries may need to be replaced more often.

Amber light flashes…

  • When the chime battery is low, an amber light will flash every 5 seconds. Fit new batteries in the chime, type LR6 ‘AA’ cells. Only use alkaline batteries.
Specification Chime Bell push
Operating Temperature 32°F to 104°F
0ºC to 40ºC
14°F to 104°F
-10ºC to 40ºC
RF Frequency US/Canada 916.8 MHz 916.8 MHz
Range (open field) 225 ft. (69 m) See Chime
Sound Level (typical) 80dBA @ 3 ft. (1m)
RF Power <1mW
Battery Type LR6 CR2032
Battery Life (5 activations/day) 12 months 18 months
Rain proof N/A Pass UL1598 rain test.

Disposal & Recycling 

Batteries and waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where these facilities exist. Check with your local authority or retailer for recycling advice.


Honeywell hereby declares that this product complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and Industrial Canada standards.
This device operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  •  This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for regulatory compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.


Honeywell guarantees this product for 1 year from the date of purchase. Proof of purchase is required: this does not affect your statutory rights. If you require further information about your product call the Honeywell help line at

Honeywell International Inc.
ACS, Environmental and Combustion Controls
1985 Douglas Drive, Golden Valley, MN 55422

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paper containing at least 10%
post-consumer paper fibers.

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