Making my own thread as the one ive been replying to is now locked.I am
having the exact same issues as @NutCase I have mine wired to a 24VAC
40VA transformer which is about as high power transformer as you can get
and is supported by this and many d...
nope, engineering basically came back and said there is nothing that can
be done about it, its become more or less if you want to return it we
will let you do so but there's no coming fix, its just how its designed
to operate and sorry for the confus...
Yes, this exactly makes sense after you explained the design and how it
works in series. I think what this all comes down to is will this
doorbell work for you in your usage case in the climate you live in
knowing all of this design and electrical in...
so latest update, they finally got back to me and had it all the way up
to engineering. They say engineering says that it is designed this way
and that basically there isn't anything they can do about it at this
time, when i mentioned the 9to5 articl...
I got my second replacement doorbell Thursday and installed it Friday.
As to my expectations no change, its still doing the same thing which i
totally expected. I emailed support Sunday since they wanted to know how
this second replacement would work...
ok, that makes sense. I used to have a ring pro v1 and that had a
circuit you wired into the physical chime, which is what boosted the
voltage to make that work, since the battery version of this doorbell
didn't come with that they didn't design it t...