The Doorbird D101 and Birdguard B101 series all have a single dry contact terminal for connecting to and allowing control over a 1A up to 24V circuit. These relays are a NO contact only and can have the closed time delay set from 1 second up to 60 seconds. All controllable via your Doorbird app.
The newest D210x series all have dual relays. Each relay can be set as NO or NC with time delays from 1 to 60 seconds.
The D210x series also have the ability to time schedule your relay controls. So any registered users RFID card can trigger either a single relay, or both together.
For control over more relays, add the IO Controller as a peripheral device to your Doorbird intercoms and control an additional 3 * 1A circuits.
Below is an example of connecting an electric strike to a D101 intercom. Wiring diagram is similar for the Birdguard (use the alarm output connections), IO Controller and D210x relays.
For wiring into a Gate Motor, Garage Door or potential free contact, see below. Adjust trigger time to 1 second for potential free relays.
Only have a Cat5e cable at your intercom?
Use as an alternative solution only.
As the Doorbird series of intercoms use the POE mode A wiring technique, they only use 4 of the 8 wires. This means, if you need to, you can use the remaining 4 cables to power your strike.
Note: Lite Automation recommend running separate figure 8 cables for relay connections.
Dont have a Cat5e cable at your intercom location?
Are you replacing an old Intercom that only has a 2 wire figure 8 style cable at the intercom location?
The latest Doorbrid 2 wire converter will convert your cat5e cable, both power and data, into a 2 wire connection for use with conventional figure 8 cable, then back again into Cat5e cable.
If one of the solution above does not fit your installation requirements, please contact us to see how we can better assist you.