Pairing (programming) the SS110 Door Chime Kit – Transmitter Programmed to Receiver

Below are brief instructions on how to program a SS Series transmitter (push button for example) to the SS115 plug-in receiver.

Ensure the receiver is plugged into a standard wall outlet and batteries are installed in the transmitter

  1. Adjust Volume: Locate the volume control button (top button located on the side of the receiver).  Press the button until the sound volume is at the highest level.
  2. Select Ringtone: Locate the ringtone selector button (located under the volume button).  Scroll through the 52 available ringtones, stopping on the one you want to use for the transmitter you are pairing.
  3.  Set Receiver in Pairing Mode: Hold down volume button (smaller button, top button on side) for approximately five (5) seconds until you hear a quick “ding-dong” sound and the LED on the front of the receiver starts to flash blue.  *Note: the unit stays in pairing mode for five (5) seconds.  If the receiver exists pairing mode before you complete the next step, repeat step 3.
  4. Trigger Transmitter (push button): Press the button on the transmitter (blue LED on push button will flash).  The receiver will immediately play the ringtone you selected in step 3.  The transmitter is now paired to the receiver.
Entrance Alert Kit with Contact Sensor and Plug in Chime Receiver

Pairing Multiple Transmitters to a Receiver

Ensure the receiver is plugged into a standard wall outlet and batteries are installed in the transmitter

  1. Repeat steps 2-4 above for each individual transmitter.  *Tip: choose a different ringtone for each transmitter so you can determine which transmitters is triggering the receiver.

Clearing the Memory of a Receiver (reset receiver)

Ensure the receiver is plugged into a standard wall outlet and batteries are installed in the transmitter

  1. Located the ringtone selector located on the side of the receiver.
  2. Hold down the “up” arrow on the ring selector button for approximately five (5) seconds until you hear a quick “ding-dong” sound and the blue led on the receiver flashes.
  3. The memory of the receiver has been cleared (reset) and you may now program the receiver.