The DR-2000 is a unique combination of compact size, simple operation and flexible dosing. It features a digital timing circuit and low power consumption pump that provides excellent battery life when used with the optional battery power pack.

DR-2000 is ideally suited for applications such as:
• Drains
• Cooling tower
• Boiler
• Spas, swimming pools and fountains

DR-2000 has these additional functions:
• DR-2000’s unique 7-day clock can program dosing events that occur one day per week, all weekdays, all weekends or every day.
• DR-2000 is programmed from the front of the unit using the 5-key keypad and display screen.
• Program up to 24 events with variable run times from 1 second to 20 minutes.
• Tamper-prevention programming keeps out the curious.
• Simple erase procedure clears unwanted events.
• Backup power source keep the clock running even when electrical power is interrupted.

L005010 DR-2000 brochure

DR-2000 Install Guide Rev C

DR-2000 Presentations

DR-2000 Installation Programming

DR-2000 Equipment Technical Bulletins

DR-2000 Installation Manual/ DR-2000 Install Guide Rev C

DR-2000 Installation Manual – Español / 031217 1202546,a,MAN,DR2000 – Español

DR-2000 Installation Manual- 日本語 / 031217 üiJPN_1202546,a,MAN,DR2000 – 日本語

DR-2000 Quick Programming Guide / 16422,a,Tech Ref,DR2 Quick Prog,Beta

DR-2000 Low Level Alarm Installation / R14817-00-revB

DR-2000 Storing Your Dispener / R17688-00-RevA

DR-2000 How to Clean Prime Switch Contact Area / 17197,a,DR2 Prime Switch Failure

DR-2000 New 3-Pin Wire Harness on Main PCB / 16869,A,ETB,New Part on DR2 PCB

DR-2000 100 Series Pumps: Metal Solenoid Gasket Compression / 16691,a,ETB,100 Series Metal Solenoid Gasket Compression

DR-2000 Battery Life / 16667,a,DR2000 BATTERY LIFE

DR-2000 Clock Time Specification / 16632,a,DR-2000 Time Drift

DR-2000 Easy Clean Plastic Finish / 14999,a,ETB,Sierra-DR2-Mesa-Alpine Smoothe Bucket

DR-2000 Battery-Line Power Conversion / 15070,a, Battery-Line Power Conversion

DR-2000 Pumped vs. Time on Batteries / DR2000 pumped vs. time on batteries