Honeywell Home Ding Dong Classic Wired Doorbell – White, D117

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Honeywell Home Ding Dong Classic Wired Doorbell – White, D117

Honeywell Home Ding Dong Classic Wired Doorbell – White, D117

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Using a chime in combination with the doorbell was a bit of a puzzle. Partly because we are using here in the Netherlands a much lower voltage for the chime then (what if have heard) is common in the US. The Unifi doorbell requires 16 to 24VAC, but most chimes only work at 8VAC. I have listed the most important hardware specification for you below. Also took the opportunity to compare it with the Nest and Ring doorbell to give you an idea. Connect the other wire from terminal 5 on the relay to terminal 0 on the chime (purple wire in the diagram) If you want to connect a chime to it, then you will need a 30VA transformer to power both. Keep in mind that you run your Unifi Protect Doorbell on 24VAC, your chime will need to support that as well. Later in the article, I will describe a solution to how you can use an 8V chime and the Unifi Doorbell together. Classic wired chime that needs to be mounted vertically on a wall, ideally at 2 meters excessive, for finest sound protection

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The use of wire not intended for Door Chimes /Bells (e.g. telephone wire) may affect Chime/Bell performance A simple way to test is, is to open a YouTube video on your mobile while standing next to your door. If you can watch an HD video without any buffering then the signal is strong enough. Unifi Protect G4 Doorbell hardware Review I expected that the record light would be the led light (floodlight?) at the bottom of the doorbell. But it turns out to be the led ring around the button. Which will indicate the status of the doorbell.Additional Chimes can be wired to the original Chime, to provide better sound coverage ? an additional or alternative transformer may also be required

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The Unifi Protect Doorbell needs a wireless connection to connect to your network. The doorbell can’t be connected over PoE, so you must have a decent wireless signal next to your front door.Besides Unifi Protect, you also need to have a bell transformer that can supply at least 16-24VAC, 20VA. In Europe and the UK, most doorbells and chimes are running on only 8V. So you will need to replace your bell transformer first. When somebody is at the doorbell you will get a notification on your mobile with one or two seconds. If you open the notification you can of course see the video stream, but you also get the option to talk directly to the person (two-way talk) or set a (custom) message. Now, this may seem a bit complicated, but it really isn’t. All you need is the relay and a couple of extra wires. With the steps below you can install it in 5 minutes or so. Connecting a chime to the Unifi Doorbell

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