Installation

HDX2 installation

How to install HDX2

Warning! Turn off power at fuse or breaker before work

Tools required: Power Drill or Screw Driver, Wire Strippers, Pliers
Information you will need: Your Wi-Fi name and Password
Step-3-1
Step-1: Remove existing doorbell and disconnect cables
Make sure that your doorbell wiring is “low voltage”If you are not sure, test with a meter or call an electrician
Step-3-2
Step-2: Insert the 2 low voltage wires into the 2 connectors.

Don’t worry about which wire goes to which connector.
Step-3-3
Step-3: Insert each wire into each connector gently
Warning! Do not pull or push too hard, connector will break.
Step-3-4
Step-4: Gently pull wires to test if it is properly connected

Step-3-5
Step-5: Place dbell on the bracket and tighten security screw

Do not over-tighten the security screws, just flush to bottom.

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HD Live installation

How to install HD Live

Warning! Turn off power at fuse or breaker before work
Step-3-1
Step-1: Remove existing doorbell and disconnect cables

Make sure that your doorbell wiring is “low voltage”If you are not sure, test with a meter or call an electrician
Step-3-2
Step-2: Insert the 2 low voltage wires into the 2 connectors.

Don’t worry about which wire goes to which connector.
Step-3-3
Step-3: Insert each wire into each connector gently

Warning! Do not pull or push too hard, connector will break.
Step-3-4
Step-4: Gently pull wires to test if it is properly connected

Step-3-5
Step-5: Place dbell on the bracket and tighten security screw

Do not over-tighten the security screws, just flush to bottom.

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HD+ installation

How to install HD+

Warning! Turn off power at fuse or breaker before work

Tools required: Power Drill or Screw Driver, Wire Strippers, Pliers
Information you will need: Your Wi-Fi SSID name and Password

  1. Remove existing doorbell
  2. Check existing doorbell power, it must be 12VAC~24VAC, 1.0A,
  3. If you do not have power from existing doorbell, you may use supplied dbell DC adapter inside your home to power dbell. dbell DC adapter power cable can’t be extended!
  4. Connect existing doorbell wires to the dbell Jumper cable(a),
  5. Tighten the locking screw to secure dbell

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SD installation

How to install SD

Warning! Turn off power at fuse or breaker before work

5.0 Installation Instructions

  1. Remove existing Doorbell
  2. Check the power supply of the old doorbell using a Multi-meter. Old doorbell power supply range should be between 12VAC~24VAC.
  3. Place the rear mounting bracket against the wall with the old doorbell wire protruding through the large middle hole. Mark 4 mounting screw holes with a pen or a sharp punch tool. (If mounting on a masonry wall, use a masonry drill bit to pre-drill and install anchor plugs that have been supplied.)
  4. Use the screws to fasten the rear bracket to the wall.
  5. Connect the wires to the dbell as shown in the wiring diagram.
  6. Screw the small locking screw enough to engage into the bottom of the doorbell.
  7. Insert the dbell into the bracket on the wall, top end first, or from above.
  8. Tighten the bottom locking screw the remaining distance to secure the dbell in place. 12VDC Adapter

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Tools required: Power Drill or Screw Driver, Wire Strippers, Pliers
Information you will need: Your Wi-Fi SSID Name and Password

5.1 Doorbell Low voltage Power Connection

To use the 12~24VAC power from existing doorbell, Follow the diagram 5.3.

There is No Polarity for the low voltage AC power connection.

5.2 Power On

Once the power is applied dbell will start the booting process. You will notice the ring around the call button will turn Blue and the IR LEDs may be visible. Wait until you hear the announcement, “Welcome to Smart Home”. dbell booting process is now complete and you can start the configuration process.

CAUTION: Do not power the dbell using existing doorbell power until you know or verify they are between 12~24VAC. Use a Multimeter to verify.

5.3 Power Supply Using Existing Doorbell Power with Chime

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When hooking up the new dbell replacing existing Hardwired doorbell knob be sure to test the voltage at the doorbell wires prior to installing the unit.

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