Series 5 DC515NGA
Wireless portable doorbell with halo light and push button – Grey
Stylish and compact with superior sound quality, the Honeywell Home DC515NGA is a doorbell perfectly formed for your home and designed for your lifestyle. It comes with Sleep mode so you can relax free from disturbance, while the innovative Halo light with 6 selectable colours will alert you to the presence of a visitor when the doorbell can’t be heard.
Never miss a visitor or delivery
Take your portable doorbell anywhere around your home and garden, with ActivLink technology providing a reliable wireless range of up to 150m, while the maximum volume of 84dB can be heard up to 80m away.
With adjustable volume and innovative Sleep/Mute mode, which mutes the doorbell indefinitely, or for a prescribed period of 3, 6, 9 or 12 hours, your family can relax free from disturbances during movie nights or nap times.
The innovative Halo Light and LED Strobe provide discreet but effective visual alerts which complement your chosen melody in loud environments, or help to alert you when the doorbell can't be heard.
Compact and beautifully designed in a harmonising palette of white and grey, our doorbells are designed with your home in mind.
Peace of mind
Peace of mind for visitors, thanks to a LED confidence light on the push button, and peace of mind for you, thanks to the Secret Knock function which plays a different melody, so you know if it's a family member or friend at the door.
Reliability and Quality
ActivLink technology, using the 868MHz frequency, is our innovative wireless protocol which delivers greater range capability, extended battery life of up to 2 years, and improved connection reliability, all supported by our 2 year product quality guarantee.
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Products and Accessories
that work with the DC515NGA Wireless portable doorbell with halo light and push button – Grey
Frequently asked questions
Yes for Honeywell Home wireless doorbells. They allow up to 6 wireless push buttons to be connected depending on the model. Please refer to the table below:
|Series 3 (DC313xx)||4 wireless push buttons|
|Series 5 (DC515xx)||4 wireless push buttons|
|Series 9 (DC917xx)||6 wireless push buttons|
Honeywell Home offers kits in this type of configuration with two push buttons and a doorbell. Please refer to the products available in your country.
Yes for Honeywell Home wired doorbells. They allow up to 2 wired push buttons and 5 wireless push buttons depending on the model. Please refer to the table below:
|Series 3 wired (DW31xxx)||2 wired push buttons|
Check to see if there are wires connected to your existing push button or doorbell. If there are wires, you have a wired doorbell.
The Wired Doorbell bracket connectors are labelled as follows:
- A1 & A2 - Connectors for Wired Push Button 1
- B1 & B2 - Connectors for Wired Push Button 2
- AC1 & AC2 - Connectors for Transformer
(Caution: it is recommended to use a qualified electrician to connect and check operation of transformers)
Check if Bell Wire is used. If not, we suggest replacing the existing wire with Bell Wire.
Check if there is an adequate length of bare wire exposed, and that it is not folded. 8-9mm of exposed bell wire is recommended.
It is advisable to use good quality alkaline type batteries, because this type of battery has a more stable voltage, and lasts longer than the lower cost zinc-carbon type.
Rechargeable batteries (NiCd or NiMh) are not suitable because they have a lower voltage, and the doorbell circuitry will not operate reliably at the low voltage.
Yes, the push button is waterproof ( IP55) and is protected from rain showers.
No. This is not advisable as the push button is designed to work with the wall bracket for easy battery maintenance. Sticking the push button directly on the door frame without the wall bracket will make it difficult for you to change the batteries in the future.
No. It is not advisable to mount the push button onto metal surfaces as the material can block wireless signals between the push button and the doorbell. However, if this is the only option then we recommend that you use the sticky pad provided as opposed to using the provided screws.
Yes, all push buttons are supplied with countersink screws suitable for wood and UPVC surfaces. For other applications you may need to source suitable screws and wall plugs.
No. While the screws and wall plugs supplied with all Honeywell Home Wireless Doorbells are suitable for most types of wall, for plasterboard walls and some other applications, you may need to source suitable screws and wall plugs.
- Remove the battery cover on the rear of the doorbell by pushing the tab and lifting.
- Replace batteries with the same type - either Alkaline LR6 (AA) or LR14 (C).
- Replace the battery cover.
- Remove the push button from its bracket by using a screwdriver to press the release tab and slide the push off the bracket.
- Locate the round battery cover, and using a coin, turn the battery cover 60°anti-clockwise. The battery cover will now be released from the back cover.
- Replace the CR2032 coincell battery.
- Refit the battery cover by aligning the arrow on the battery cover with the open lock symbol on the back cover. Press and turn 60°clockwise.
- Relocate the push on the bracket, ensuring that it is locked in position.
Yes, you can do this for as many push buttons as your doorbell can store in its memory. Your push button must first be already linked to your doorbell. Press your push button 3 times in quick succession. The doorbell will now sound the same melody as when you press the push button once. Now press the melody button on your doorbell one or more times until you hear the melody you want to select for the "Secret Knock". Where applicable, you can now press the Sun button one or more times to select the desired Halo colour for the "Secret Knock".
Your push button, sensor or other device must first be already linked to your doorbell. To change the Halo colour, press the push button or trigger the sensor by walking in front of it or opening the door or window. When the Halo Light on your doorbell flashes, press the Sun button on the doorbell one or more times to select a different halo colour. You have 12 seconds to complete the operation.
Your push button, sensor or other device must first be already linked to your doorbell. To change the melody for a specific device, press the push button or trigger the sensor by walking in front of it or opening the door or window. When the doorbell plays a melody, press the melody button on the doorbell one or more times to select a new melody.
You have exceeded the maximum number of wireless devices that your Honeywell Home doorbell can connect to. Your doorbell will accept 2, 4, 5 or 6 devices according to the model. Please refer to this table:
|Series 3 (DC311xx and DCR311xx)||2 wireless devices|
|Series 3 (DC313/5xx and DCR313/5xx)||4 wireless devices|
|Series 5 (DC515xx)||4 wireless devices|
|Series 9 (DC915xx and DC917xx)||6 wireless devices|
|Series 9 wired (DW915xx)||2 wired push buttons and 5 wireless devices|
For doorbells with a Halo Light: After attempting to add the new device, wait for the doorbell to beep twice. You now have the option to remove one of the devices already linked to the doorbell, and replace it with the new device. A short press of the Settings button will cause the doorbell to indicate the Halo colour of the 1st stored device in the memory. A second short press will cause the Halo colour of the 2nd device to be displayed. Repeated short presses will cycle through the colours for all linked devices. A long press of the Settings button will cause the device indicated by the Halo colour to be overwritten with the new device. There is a 12 second window to complete this operation.
For doorbells with no Halo Light: The Red LED will flash rapidly. A short press of the Settings button (less than 2 seconds) will cause the oldest device in the doorbell memory to be overwritten. A long press of the Settings button (more than 2 seconds) will cause the newest device to be overwritten. If no button is pressed within 12 seconds, nothing will be changed.
If you are unable to identify the devices because no unique colours for the Halo Light was set, you can perform a factory reset to delete all linked devices from the memory, then link the new device. To do this, remove one battery (or turn off the power to a plug-in doorbell). Press and hold the settings button whilst replacing the battery (or turning on the power). An Amber light will flash, either from the small LED indicator on the side of the doorbell, or from the Halo Light (Depending on product type). At this point, you can link a new device.
If you have already reached the maximum number of devices for your doorbell, you will be able to de-link or remove a device by adding a replacement device at the same time. Please refer to the question below for instructions on how to do this.
If you have not reached the maximum number of devices for your doorbell, you will not be able to de-link or remove a single device. In this case, performing a factory reset (which removes all the linked devices) is the only option.
To perform a factory reset, remove one battery (or turn off the power to a plug-in doorbell). Press and hold the settings button whilst replacing the battery (or turning on the power). An Amber light will flash, either from the small LED indicator on the side of the doorbell, or from the Halo Light (Depending on product type). At this point, you can link a new device.
Either look at the bottom of your doorbell, or inside the battery cover, and locate the grey rating label. On the label, there will be a product code starting with 2 or 3 letters, then 3 digits, followed by some other letters. For example, DC315xx, DC515xx, DW915xx, and so on.
The Sleep/Mute button may have been pressed or activated. The mute symbol may flash if the push button is activated. To deactivate, press and hold the mute button until a beep is heard. The doorbell will now sound when the push button is pressed.
Press the push button. When the doorbell plays a melody, press the melody button on the doorbell one or more times to select a new melody.
Press the push button. When the Halo Light on your doorbell flashes, press the Sun button on the doorbell one or more times to select a different halo colour.
To change the Halo Light / LED Strobe sequence, press the sun symbol button until you find a suitable light sequence.
Try performing a factory reset. To do this, remove one battery (or turn off the power to a plug-in doorbell). Press and hold the settings button whilst replacing the battery (or turning on the power). An Amber light will flash, either from the small LED indicator on the side of the doorbell, or from the Halo Light (Depending on product type). After this, you'll have to re-link your push button or other devices such as wireless motion sensors and/or wireless door and window sensors.
Check if the push button has been jammed in the closed position which may result in the push button light not being powered. If so, release the jammed button and ensure that there is no restriction on its movement.
If Wired Push Button light is still not functional, the light element may have failed. If so, you may need to replace the Wired Push Button module.
The doorbell beeps twice to notify you that the push button battery is low and needs replacing.
Check to see if the battery needs replacing, by replacing the CR2032 coin cell battery.
The Quick Start Guides and Installation Manuals are available from this website. Please refer to the relevant product page or further down in this Support Section.
The Doorbell and Push Button contain no serviceable parts, except for replacement of batteries.
Unfortunately Honeywell Home do not currently offer such components separately.