Sonic Alert DOORBELL SIGNALER DB100 User Manual
Sonic Alert Furniture
WIRELESS DOORBELL SIGNALER
SONIC ALERT’S 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
The Wireless Doorbell Signaler Model DB100 is
warranted against manufacturing defects in materials and
workmanship for five (5) years from the date of purchase.
Within this period Sonic Alert will replace at our option the
DB100 without charge for parts and labor. Simply send
the DB100 (postpaid) and a copy of your sales slip as
proof of purchase to:
Sonic Alert Inc., 1050 E. Maple Road, Troy MI 48083
The state-of-the-art Doorbell Signaler will alert you when
someone comes to visit. The DB100 is the only doorbell
signaler that does not require wires and can be installed in
seconds. DB100 signaler will alert you that someone is at your
door by flashing a light plugged into it and any other Sonic
Alert remote receivers you may have. The DB100 is designed
to work in homes with or without an existing doorbell or
Selecting Flash Rate
Other features include a selectable number of flashes (5 or 10),
and different flash code for front door, rear door, or intercom.
Additional sensors (DB100T - sold separately) can be used for
door. There is also a built-in chime for hearing members of
the family. The DB100 receives an RF (radio) signal from the
DB sensor, and flashes the light plugged into the built-in outlet
of the signaler. Use a 300-watt or less incandescent lamp only.
The signaler can send a signal to all Sonic Alert remote
receivers. Note: Must be used only with Sonic Alert
receivers for proper operation. Other manufacturers’
products are not reliable with our products.
DB100 Signaler DB Sensor
To install the DB100, follow the diagrams and instructions on the
following page that match the type of installation you need for
your home. If the installation follows diagram 1, a 12-volt
alkaline battery is required in the DB sensor.
Please check the switches on your DB Sensor before installing.
Do not change switches 1-6. These are pre set.
Setting the Dip Switches:
DB Sensor settings (smaller unit) for dip switches 1 thru 6 are set
at the factory and only need to be changed if your neighbor has a
DB100 or DB200. The 8 dip switches should be set as follows:
a) 1 thru 3 dip switches are set in the ON position and 4 thru 6
are set in the OFF position. If you need to change the dip switch
settings to avoid interference with your neighbors, make sure you
change the DB100 Signaler to match the DB Sensor.
b) The 7
switch is for when you are using 2 sensors; this switch
determines the settings for front or back door. If using for one
door only set this switch in the ON position. At this setting your
unit will flash at a fast rate and will make a ding/dong sound. If
using 2 sensors, one for the front door and one for the back door,
the setting for the 2
sensor would be in the OFF position. In this
position the front door will flash at a different flash rate than the
back door. In the OFF position your back door sensor will flash
at a slow rate with a ding/dong sound.
c) The 8
switch determines the number of flashes when
someone is at your door. In the ON position your unit will flash 5
times and in the OFF position your unit will flash 10 times. This
feature is wonderful when you have an extra sensor for the back
door. One sensor would be set in the ON position and the other
would be set in the OFF position.
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