DIN Rail Transformer (2nd Generation) for Ring Wired Video Doorbells
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Disconnect power to the installation area at your circuit breaker or fuse box before beginning installation. Will the Honeywell Ding Dong 117 work with the Doorbell Wired when powered by the DIN Rail Transformer (2nd Gen), or should I be using a different chime in the UK? When it comes time to change to a hardwired Ring device then I'll need to replace the bell box with a Ring transformer that'll step down to 24v and then place this in some suitable housing. Not meaning to criticise, but I think it is more useful to explain how to safely fit it, rather than complain about what it isn't. You could take mains supply from an existing socket, into the Ring transformer, but you would need to locate a housing for the transformer at some point in the supply to the doorbell.
Apologies if this has been answered elsewhere, but I have not been able to determine whether I have the right components for what should be a simple solution. Your best bet is to plump for the Rong Pro2 doorbell now and go for the hardwired option, as installation would be like for like to a registered sparky. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. I do have 2 spare slots in my consumer unit, but I'm not that experienced with DIY so I don't want to place the wires from there to the doorbell button.
Or could I remove the whole box shown in the picture and replace it with the transformer + enclosure (i. If that is the case then there's no way I'll be able to neatly get a cable from the CU to the front door. This power supply needs to be fed from a circuit breaker, otherwise it has no protection in the event of a fault!
You have 30 days from the date you received your device(s) to request a full refund with no questions asked. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Those DIN-rail-mounted transformers for installation in the consumer unit are extremely common across the channel in Europe; so what's absolutely normal over there appears unusual in the UK. Therefore using a bell transformer for continuous use determines a temperature rise of the transformer which could cause it to stop supplying power, unless the work/pause cycle allows the transformer to sufficiently cool down. com/hc/en-us/articles/115000148786-Ring-Video-Doorbell-Pro-European-Version ,so needs to go into a CU.