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Hi, I have a doorbell 2 and want to change from battery to hardwiring. There is no existing doorbell cabling, so i would like to plug it to a 13amp socket. What equipment do I need in order to complete the change?

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31-10-2023 05:15:25

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Hi @AdamDavis. An existing doorbell circuit with a transformer that supplies 16-24 VAC (40VA max) and 50/60Hz is required to hardwire your Doorbell 2 for a trickle charge to the battery. If you do not have existing doorbell wiring, you can utilize the [Plug-In Adapter](https://ring.com/products/video-doorbell-plugin-adapter-gen-2) for continuous power.

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