Since I purchased my Lutron switches, I have a lot of pico spares (the price of the combo is almost the same as a single unit)
After reading another post about pico switches, I thinked about what I need: a doorbell...
I made today my wireless Doorbell, using simple tools: sand paper, a cutter, a simple plate (Lowes, Home-depot, etc), some reusable adhesive (Instant TAC) and some ideas.
Because it's a pico, you can manage it to behave like you want.
a single push => regular people
long push => friends and family
Simple as absolutely integrated into HE
Pictures are below. You're smarter than HE, so no more explanations needed.
Absolutely no link. I just set rules to receive a message depending of the way the button was pushed (single push, double push for friends). Because it's a Pico, it's open to merge it with any rule into HE
when you "ring" mine, it plays a message to my Google mini (msg is different if short or long push on the pico), send me notification (someone/friends in the front door) and plays a chime into another Google Mini. And plays nothing if night or week-end