07-23-2022 05:04 PM - edited 07-23-2022 05:08 PM
I want to use the google nest doorbell with my existing chime.
Chime = http://www.heidemann-handel.de/details-produkte/zweiklang-gong-pallas.html?file=files/Katalog/Downlo...
Issue: It only works with 230V … the Google doorbell works only with 8-24V.
Should I get a new chime which operates with 8-24V?
Additional question: Will the battery of the Google doorbell get charged when the device is wired to the chime? How does it work? Because on a regluar bell button, the voltage/current is present when the button is pressed.
07-27-2022 07:26 PM
That's correct — Nest Doorbell only works with 8 to 24 V AC and it get charge if it's connected to a transformer. Check out this photo to learn more about the wiring diagram.
07-28-2022 08:06 AM
The bottom half of @aatienza 's diagram applies ONLY to the Google Nest Hello Doorbell, which requires a Chime Connector, and does NOT apply to the Google Nest Doorbell (Battery), even if it is wired.
07-28-2022 07:39 PM
That's correct — the Nest Doorbell (battery) doesn't need the chime connector for wired or battery-powered installation. Learn more here.
08-01-2022 01:20 PM
Hey there MMtrash0,
Did you have any more questions or need any additional help?
08-02-2022 02:07 PM
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