The DB Series is a superior and modern audio only entry system designed for new construction or to replace existing audio systems. Providing door entry security and room to room communication (internal & external), the DB Series is the practical solution for access control in the home or office.
Door release powered by door station without the need of an additional transformer
All Call between stations within same tenant residence or office
Option button to control an external device
Call tone volume control with mute indicator
Convenient box set is complete with a tenant master station, a 1-call entrance station, and a power supply
(up to 3 more tenant master stations and 15 tenant sub stations can be added for a full 1 x 4 x 16 system)
Optional call extension speaker
Communication: Hands-free (VOX) or push-to-talk (simplex)
Door Release: 9.5~20V AC, 70Ω or higher resistance - use EL-12S
Wire Type Entrance Station to Tenant Master Station: 2-cond., low cap, PE insulation, solid, non-shielded - use Aiphone #871802
Tenant Master Station to Tenant Sub Station: 4-cond., low cap, PE insulation, solid, non-shielded - use Aiphone #871804
Between Tenant Sub Stations: 4-cond. + 2-cond. when sharing power - use Aiphone #822206 or #871804
Power Supply to Tenant Station: 2-cond., low cap, PE insulation, solid, non-shielded - use Aiphone #871802
Distance Power Supply to Entrance Station or Door Strike (cumulative): 360'(22AWG) 1,020'(18AWG)
Power Supply to Tenant Master Station: 180'(22AWG) 510'(18AWG)
Tenant Master Station to farthest Tenant Sub Station: 330'
Name: Aiphone DBS-1A Door Phone Kit with Open Voice Master Station, for use with DB Series, 12VAC Power Source, Aiphone Co., Ltd, Aiphone
Category: Aiphone, Communications, Intercoms & Telephone Entry, Intercom Master Stations, Intercom System Kits
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