Installation and Operation GuidePortable, Wired & Wireless anishPortugueseItalianPreparationFor installation, you will needContent will vary according to your kit1 2A1 A2 B1 B2 AC ACDoorbell WallMounting Bracket forDC91X Models OnlyDoorbell WallMounting Bracket forDW915 Models OnlyDoorbellWallAnchorsRound HeadScrewsCR2032BatteryPushButtonPush Button MountingBracket and Adhesive PadPhillips ScrewdriverStandard ScrewdriverDrill and 1/4 in. (6 mm) Drill BitUSB CableDC917Models OnlyFlat HeadScrews4 C Alkaline BatteriesThe push button supplied with this kit is pre-programmed to operate with the doorbell.If it is not, see “Connect a Push Button” on page 8. Push button model andcontents may vary from those shown above.
OverviewJust follow these simple steps:1. Install batteries.2. Set up the doorbell and your preferences.3. Install the doorbell and the push button.SafetyBefore proceeding with the installation, please note the following safetywarnings: Always follow the manufacturer’s advice when using power tools and wearsuitable protective equipment (e.g. safety goggles) when drilling holes, etc. Before drilling holes in walls, check for hidden electricity cables and waterpipes. The use of a cable/pipe locator is advisable if in doubt.InstallationChoose a location that is not near a heat source or on something that moves(like a door). For non-mounting locations, choose a place where the doorbellwill be easy to see and hear.Install DoorbellIf you are not mounting the doorbell to the wall, place it where you want it.1. Screw the doorbellwall mounting bracketto the wall using theFor DC9XX modelsscrews and anchorsincluded (if necessary).Drill 1/4 inch holes forthe anchors.A1 A2B1 B2AC1 AC2For DW9XX model22. Hang the doorbell onthe mounting bracket.
AC1AC2 Potential-free connection of awired doorbell button A second wired doorbell button(terminals B1 & B2) can beconnected DCP917, DW915 battery/batteriesmust be insertedAC1AC2A1A2A1A2B1B2B1B2Wiring Diagrams (DW9XX Models Only) Direct connection of a powersupply (for DW9./DW3. only) A second wired doorbell button(terminals B1 & B2) can beconnected Batteries for DW915 not required230 V Wireless expansion of a wiredbattery-powered chime (note thepolarity) DCP917, DW915 battery/batteriesmust be insertedAC1AC2A1A28-16 VACB1B2230 VAC1AC2A1A2B1B28-16 VAC Wireless expansion of a wireddoorbell/intercom system A second wired doorbell button(terminals B1 & B2) can beconnected Replacement of the existingdoorbell system with DW915/DW315 DCP917, DW915 battery/batteriesmust be inserted 3
Install the Push Button1. Mount the push buttonbracket in the desiredlocation. Use the screws.–OR–Use the adhesive backing. Ifusing the adhesive backing,clean the surface first.–OR–2. Snap the push button ontothe mounting bracket.Note: If you need to remove the push button, use a small screwdriverto release the tab.Install Batteries1. Open the battery cover andinstall 4 C alkaline batteries. 2. Open the battery cover andinstall the CR2032 battery.Setup and OperationPress the push button to test whether it is paired with the doorbell. Thedoorbell will light up and ring. If it does not, see “Connect a Push Button” onpage 8.4
Change the TunePress the Music button to change the doorbell tune.Every time you press the Music button, the tune will change. Stop pressing theMusic button when you hear the tune you want.If you have multiple push buttons paired with the chime, you can select themelody for the last push button that was triggered.Press the push button. (For any new push button, ensure that it is paired first.Refer to “Connect a Push Button” on page 8.)Within 12 seconds, press the melody selection button until the desired tune isselected.Ding DongWestminsterPianoFantasyMarimbaBellSoft AlertSmart SaxYour Tune (anyMP3 file you copyto the doorbell)Change the Light PatternPress the Sunlight button to change the lights that flashwhen the doorbell rings.Press the Sunlight button.1 time2 times3 times4 timesHalo light andHalo lightTop lights onlyNo lightstop lightsonly5
Change the Halo Light ColourEvery time you press the Sunlightbutton, the halo light will changecolour. Stop pressing the Sunlightbutton when you see the colouryou want:Press the push button.Within 12 seconds, press theSunlight button.Light BlueWhiteRedDark BlueGreenPurpleYellowAdjust the VolumePress the Volume Up or Volume Down buttons to adjustthe volume of the Doorbell.Mute the DoorbellPress the Mute button to silence the doorbell.Set the MuteYou can also mute the doorbell for specific amounts oftime. Press the Mute button.Mute button showsMute button showsDoorbell is muteDoorbell is mute1 timedoorbell is mute4 times9 hours2 times3 hours5 times12 hours3 times6 hours6 timesno longer muteIt is also easier to unmute the doorbell by pressing and holding the mutebuttonuntil it beeps.6
AccessoriesYou can connect up to 6 accessories to your doorbell, including other pushbuttons, window or door opening sensors, and motion sensors.If you try to connect more accessories than the max number, the doorbell willsound two beeps.Connect a Motion Sensor1. Press and hold the Setting button onthe doorbell for three seconds.The halo light will circle.2. Within 20 seconds of pressing theSetting button, wave or make someother kind of motion in front of themotion sensor.Before linking your outdoor motionsensor, you will need to adjust itssettings:Turn the Dusk control and Time controlfully anti-clockwise to its minimumsetting.Ensure your sensor is in Day Mode. Thiswill be shown by the slider button beingin the left position (Sun symbol).7
Connect a Push ButtonFollow these steps to change the ring and halo light colour for an existingdoorbell, too.1. Press and hold the Setting buttonon the doorbell for three seconds.The halo light will circle.2. Press the push button.3. Within 12 seconds of pressing thepush button, press the Music buttonto select the ring for that pushbutton.4. Within 12 seconds of pressing thedoorbell, press the Sunlight buttonto select a halo light colour for thatpush button.Customize your Doorbell (DC917XX Models Only)You can customize your doorbell to play part of any song or sound you choose.You can also create a Secret Knock with a different ring.Your TuneYou can install any MP3 file as a custom tune.1. Connect the USB cable to the doorbell, thenplug it into a computer.2. Using your computer, copy the tune you want(MP3 format only) onto the doorbell. Thedoorbell connects to your computer like a jumpdrive.3. Follow the Change the Tune process on page5 to select your tune.4. Press the push button and your tune will play for up to 15 seconds.The USB cable can power the doorbell if it is plugged into a USB chargingsocket. This feature does not work when plugged into a computer.8
Secret KnockFor each push button, you can set up a Secret Knock that has a differentring and halo light colour. The Secret Knock is triggered by pressing the pushbutton quickly 3 times.1. Press the push button 3 times quickly.2. Within 12 seconds of pressing the push button, press the Music button toselect the ring for the Secret Knock.3. Within 12 seconds of pressing the push button, press the Sunlight buttonto select a halo light colour for the Secret Knock.Built-In Range Extender FunctionThe series 9 range of doorbells have a built in range extender function,meaning that when it receives a signal from a linked push button it willautomatically boost the signal in a 200m diameter range.The only condition will be to link the push button or buttons to all the chimesthat are required to be triggered by the range extender.MaintenanceYour doorbell and push button require no maintenance except periodicallychanging the batteries.If using the correct batteries, battery life should be approximately: Up to 5 years for the doorbell; replace with 4 C alkaline batteries Up to 2 years for the push button; replace with a CR2032 lithium batteryLow Battery NotificationWhen the doorbell batteries are low, the bottom edge of the halo light flashesyellow every 6 seconds until the batteries are replaced.When the push button batteries are low, two beep sounds are heard after thenormal tune.9
ResetThis process removes all pairings, including the push button that came withthis doorbell:1. Remove the doorbell batteries.2. Press and hold the Setting button and replace the battery at the sametime.3. The halo light will circle and the doorbell is returned to its default factorysettings.SpecificationsDoorbellOperating TemperatureHoneywell Home ActivLink Range (open field)Sound Level (typical)Battery TypeBattery Life (5 activations/day)Rain proof-5ºC to 40ºC868 MHz200 m90 dBC cell alkaline (x 4)Up to 5 yearsN/APush Button-20ºC to 50ºC868 MHz200 mCR2032Up to 2 yearsIP55TroubleshootingIfThen1.2.The doorbell does not workTwo ‘beep’ sounds are heard afterthe normal tuneThe halo light flashes yellow atthe bottom edge18.104.22.168.7.8.Replace doorbell push battery with a new CR2032.Replace doorbell batteries with 4 new C alkaline batteries.1.Range is reducedPress the Mute button until all of the Mute lights are off.Make sure that correct batteries (4 C alkaline cells, 1 CR2032) are installed with thecorrect polarity.The doorbell might be out of range; try the doorbell in a different location.Reconnect the doorbell. See “Connect a Push Button” on page 8.Check all the batteries and replace if needed.Check if the confidence LED on the transmitters is working when activated.Check if the doorbell is muted.Check that the transmitter is linked with the chime.*2.3.Metal structures including uPVC door frames can reduce the range. Don’t mount the thedoorbell or doorbell push on or near metal structures.Move the doorbell closer to the doorbell push button.Weak batteries will reduce range. In cold conditions (below 5ºC), batteries may need tobe replaced more often.*Under these scenarios the push button is considered the “transmitter”. Other examples of transmitters are the wireless motion(PIR) sensor or wireless door window me.com 2019 Resideo Technologies, Inc.All rights reserved. The Honeywell Home trademark is used underlicense from Honeywell International Inc.32343181-001 Rev.A
You can connect up to 6 accessories to your doorbell, including other push buttons, window or door opening sensors, and motion sensors. If you try to connect more accessories than the max number, the doorbell will sound two beeps. Connect a Motion Sensor 1. Press and hold the Setting button o