Are you looking for a wireless doorbell with multiple receivers?
Maybe you need 2, 3, 4, or more receivers!
There are options available that allow you to add multiple receivers to your wireless doorbell solution.
Many personal situations mean you need a wireless doorbell with multiple receivers. Or at least the option to add more receivers/push buttons.
Wireless products are now more mainstream than they were 10 years ago. Technology is taking advantage.
With that in mind, we have found 5 excellent multiple-receiver wireless doorbell solutions for you in this article.
Let’s get on with the list.
5 Best Wireless Doorbell Options With Multiple Receivers
Physen Model CW Waterproof Wireless Doorbell
This Physen wireless doorbell has 3 receivers, and you can add more if you need to.
Here we are, then, number 1! This is a great-looking wireless doorbell kit with multiple receivers. 3, to be exact.
All 3 wireless doorbell receivers can be set very loud, so you are sure you will not miss a visitor. The volume range of each is 25db to 100db. With 52 chimes to choose from, you can have tremendous fun (That is sarcastic, by the way) choosing a chime with the loudest possible setting!
They are so confident you will love this product. They are offering a 30-day money-back guarantee and a 1-year warranty for peace of mind.
- 2 transmitters
- 3 receivers
- 2 screws & anchors
- 1 screwdriver
- 2 double-sided adhesive tape
- 1 user manual
- 2 12V alkaline battery
Want to be specific? Then you can set different chimes for different push buttons!
With an operating temperature of -4°F to 140°F (-30℃ to 70℃), it is an excellent option for those who live in the cold or desert!
The Physen CW multi-receiver doorbell is CE, RoHS and FCC certified, too, increasing confidence in the wireless doorbell’s ability and safety.
Coolqiya Wireless Doorbell
Expand the Cooqiya wireless doorbell with up to 20 additional items, including extra pushbuttons and additional receivers.
The makers of this wireless doorbell offer an 18-month warranty, which gives you a good impression of how much they trust the hardware!
This is an excellent option if you live in a cold climate; it works down to -4°F (-30℃)! Rather you than me, though.
Three receivers not enough? You can expand to 10 transmitter buttons/receivers. Maybe you want the whole street to know when you have a visitor!
You can buy multiple receivers for the Coolqiya wireless doorbell if you need more.
Bitiwend Wireless Doorbell Kit
The Bitiwend wireless doorbell kit comes with 3 receivers and 2 push buttons.
Like all the options on this page, this wireless doorbell kit comes with 3 receivers, which means you are pretty much sorted for most situations!
Working up to 1,000 feet, this very clean-looking kit will ensure your visitors are heard from anywhere in your mansion!
- 2 transmitters
- 3 receivers
- 2 screws & Anchors
- 1 screwdriver
- 3 double-sided adhesive tape
- 1 user manual
- 2 12V 23A alkaline battery
Crosspoint Expandable Wireless Doorbell System
The Crosspoint wireless doorbell is completely expandable. Add multiple receivers, and multiple push buttons. Over 20 additional items are supported.
The Crosspoint wireless doorbell kit is expandable!
Not only can you add multiple plugin receivers, but you can also add battery-powered, portable receivers, door sensors, and motion sensors. This doorbell kit is an excellent option for those who require some extra security around the home.
You begin by buying the Base Starter Kit, which gives you 2 push buttons and 2 receivers. You can then purchase additional items to add whatever you need! This kit allows you to add over 20 extra items.
The Crosspoint wireless doorbell system is waterproof in terms of other features, with an IP rating of IP68 (very high!). It can reach up to 500 ft between the push button and receiver (1000 ft in the open air), and you can set the volume from 25dB to 110dB.
There are also 50 chimes to pick from, all of which can be heard from the user manual under ‘Technical Specifications’ on the Amazon listing.
PHYSEN Model BW Waterproof Wireless Doorbell Kit
This Physen wireless doorbell already comes with multiple receivers and push-buttons. Extra items can be added if needed.
You may think we work for Physen! We don’t, by the way. We love their wireless doorbells!
This is the second Physen doorbell on this list, and for a good reason.
You can assign each push button a different tone, which means you will know if someone is at your back door or front door or if the kids have got hold of the spare one!
If your hearing is impaired, you can also be safe, knowing that you will be alerted with the LED if you have a visitor.
The pushbuttons are waterproof and even have a plastic door, so visitors can leave you a note if they want!
Wireless Doorbell With Two Receivers
If you are looking for a wireless doorbell with two receivers, then the Avantek D-3B is the best option.
This Avantek D-3B is a great looking, long-range, loud plug-in doorbell with two receivers.
Wireless Doorbell with 4 or 5 receivers
Add over 20 items to the Coolqiya wireless doorbell kit, including extra receivers, and extra push buttons.
The Coolqiya wireless doorbell solution offers the chance to add more receivers. This is a great choice if you need a wireless doorbell with multiple receivers. For this reason, it is the best wireless doorbell if you need 4 or 5 receivers.
You can add more receivers and push buttons, making this a tremendous multi-room doorbell.
Extra Coolqiya wireless doorbell receiver.
Adding multiple receivers to this wireless doorbell cannot be simpler. Follow the instructions in the Coolqiya wireless doorbell review. If you need more Coolqiya wireless doorbell receivers, they are available.
Video Doorbell With Multiple Receivers
We have covered the basic wireless doorbells, but if you are looking for a video doorbell with 2 receivers, video doorbells have apps that alert you to a visitor, but what if your phone is being charged or silent?
The best option if you want a video doorbell with multiple receivers is this:
Arlo Video Doorbell (Requires Wiring)
The Alro video doorbell is a high-quality doorbell, but it requires existing wiring, so it is not fully wireless!
Let’s take a look at a feature run-down:
- 2-way audio
- Motion detection
- Built-in siren
- Night vision
- 1:1 aspect ratio
- 180 degrees viewing angle
- Works with Alexa
Most importantly, the Arlo can cater to up to 5 Alro Smart Chimes if you need additional receivers.
The additional receivers can alert you to a doorbell press or if motion has been detected.
Reasons You Need a Wireless Doorbell With Multiple Receivers
1. You Have a Big House
This is almost too obvious!
Although most wireless doorbell options have loud chimes throughout your house, you may require a multiple-change solution.
The additional bonus of having a multi-doorbell system is that you can turn the volume down with enough receivers. With multiple chimes, you can hear at least one of them from wherever you are in the house.
I have a friend who has his in-laws living in an annex at the side of the house.
The way the annex is built means they share the same front door, not the choice I would have made but each to their own!
You will need at least 2 wireless doorbell chimes to ensure visitors are attended to in this situation.
2. You Work In A Garage/Shed
This is a very similar situation to the above.
If you do a lot of work in your garage or your shed, you will need an extra chime (Maybe in each!) to make sure you are made aware if you have a visitor.
Multiple chimes aren’t the only option here.
When writing the post about how a wireless doorbell works, I told you about a friend who works from his garage.
Instead of another receiver, he opted for a wireless doorbell with video integration and a smartphone app!
He can check the visitor to see if getting out of his seat is worth it.
If you do not want video integration, choose an option with multiple receivers.
The video integration options are more expensive than this post’s solutions. Although they offer more functionality and much greater portability (Especially if you have an app with it!), they are still expensive. So you can opt for a solution that links up to your WiFi. Unfortunately, those solutions have mobile apps that act as receivers, so there are no chimes to choose from!
3. You Are Hard Of Hearing
There are many options available if you are hard of hearing. For those with limited hearing, you may need a chime in most of your rooms to ensure the alert is loud enough to hear.
For those completely deaf, you may need a multi-room doorbell system so you can be sure not to miss the LED flashing.
Having a wireless doorbell kit that you can expand with more receivers is the way to ensure you never miss a visitor.
4. You Just Love Technology
Ok, this one is more me. Being a fan of technology and wireless, I love to show off.
I could get a wireless chime for every room with a different alert sound to annoy the wife.
I haven’t, though, to clear it up.
My wife would kill me!
How Do You Add Additional Receivers?
Adding additional receivers to your wireless doorbell kit varies depending on which product you go for.
You will find a sync button on the receiver and the push button for the most part. Simply pressing these in unison will link the two, three, or four.
Take the Physen CW listed above. To add multiple receivers, follow these instructions:
1. Locate the music button on the receiver. Press it.
2. After selecting the tone, press the volume button for 7 seconds. The receiver will acknowledge with a ‘diiinnnnggg,’ and the blue light will flash.
3. Press the push button transmitter. You have around 5 seconds to do this.
That’s it! They are now paired, and your favorite tone will notify you of any visitors.
Another great feature of a multi-receiver wireless doorbell is setting up different tones for different receivers. Switching it the other way, you can also set up the SAME receivers with different tones if linked to multiple push buttons.
If you love playing around with technology, you can have a receiver linked to multiple push buttons in each room. Your house will be crazy noisy, though!
As I said, each solution has a slightly different way of linking the multiple receivers, so check the manual on yours and follow the instructions. Every single one of the options above will have a manual included.
Above, we have a selection of the best wireless doorbells with 2 receivers or more!
If you choose one of the options above, please plan the installation correctly.
- You have an accessible power socket.
- Make sure it is out of reach for kids. (A personal favorite of mine!)
- The range is essential. Make sure it isn’t too far away.
Whatever the reason is, you have found yourself on this page because you need a wireless doorbell with multiple receivers.
One of the options detailed above is certain to fit your needs and budget. For example, it would be best if you had a solution that is going to be very reliable, and each of the options ticks that particular box.
Do you know of a wireless doorbell that you feel should be on the list above?
Have you had any issues with the wireless doorbells above? If you have, please get in contact with us.
12 thoughts on “5 Best Wireless Doorbells With Multiple Receivers”
Unfortunately, these all are plug-in receivers. You should have noted that as it can be important. Do any of these manufacturers sell a multiple receiver kit that is battery powered? I have a unit from Heath Zenith that I have used for many years that is not plug-in and runs on three D size batteries. I would love to replace this with an equivalent that has two receivers but cannot use a plug-in type.
That is an excellent point! We will take a look at the post and add in some portable options too.
If you need to have an expandable wireless doorbell solution that has portable, battery-powered receivers then a personal favorite is the Crosspoint expandable system. That is a link to the portable receiver (also requires 3 AA batteries) and from the same link, you can select add on transmitters. This kit can be expanded to 20+ additional items, including push buttons, portable receivers, door sensors, and a vibrating receiver!
I hope that helps – we will certainly be adding this onto the page because it is an excellent multi-receiver wireless doorbell!
I am searching (without much luck…!) for a kit for 3 flats in one house. I want to be able to buy 3 kits, so I have 3 push button units by the external communal front door, and so when each one is pressed the receivers inside that flat’s push button ring only. Obviously don’t want all 3 flats going off when just flat 1’s button is pressed.
Would any of these kits above help, or any suggestions for a solution? The flat intercom systems I have seen are £600-£1000 which is far too much for basically 3 doorbells.
Thanks so much!
Thank for getting in touch! From what I understand, you would like 3 separate kits of the same wireless doorbell (1 push button, 1 receiver) to work independently?
The good news is, there are multi-receiver doorbells that can be split!
The Coolqiya doorbell can do this.
You have the option to add extra components, such as a transmitter or push button.
Hope that helps!
Thank you for this prompt reply. I have just ordered the kit 3 receivers and 2 transmitters, plus one add-on transmitter via Amazon. I will let you know how I get on later this week, wish me luck! 🙂
Good luck 🙂 let me know!
i need 4 plug in receivers and 2 self powered transmitters . changing batteries is problematic and i am not aware that the batteries are dead unless someone tells me they have been trying to visit. deliveries are missed.
Thanks for getting in touch! We recommend this Bitiwend wireless doorbell (up to 52 receivers). They are sold separately as 1 (self-powering) transmitter, and 1 receiver. The receivers can all be joined to the same system. I believe you can join up to 52 receivers!
Hope that helps
IS there a bell product with two CHIME RECEIVERS AND VIDEO coverage?
The Arlo video doorbell has the ability to add multiple receivers. It can add up to 5 to the Alro doorbell.
I will update the page with the details soon, thanks!
We added an addition to the back of our home, so we need a transmitter that will go through two brick walls (the front of the house where the doorbell is and the back of the house to where the addition is). It’s kind of like wanting it to chime in the backyard but without having to worry about the weather). Would one of these doorbells work well with receivers in both the main house and the addition?
Thanks for getting in touch!
The Avantek (1300ft) is a good long-range option which means there is more chance of it working through a few walls, as is the Coolqiya doorbell (1000ft). You mentioned having a receiver outside… it is only the push buttons that are waterproof unfortunately. I would not put the receivers (chime unit) outside.
Having said that… the Avantek is also very loud (115dB) so you should have no problems hearing it.
Hope that helps