"Your Ring Video Doorbell will take around five hours to fully charge when connected to a 2.1-amp charger (usually marked 2.1a) and around ten hours when connected to a 1-amp charger (usually marked 1.0a)."
Would that do anything (charge slightly quicker)?
If not, would it possibly damage the battery?
I am asking because I would like to make a decision on whether to purchase a 3rd-party 2.1 or 2.4Amp charger for my doorbell.
Any news on this question please?
For charging the battery (Ring doorbell 2), would a 2.4A usb charger possibly damage the battery?
If you are looking for additional battery charging options, your Video Doorbell 2 can also use existing wiring, with the proper power supply, to receive an additional charge. I hope this helps!
Thanks for your response!
I do have the orange cable (in fact I have 5 of them hehe), but my question is if I can use a USB charger with 2.4A.
I have checked all recomendations and all mention to use a USB charger with 1.0A or 2.1A, so I would like to know if it is OK to use 2.4A. Just to check it is not too much and can damage the battery.
By looking at most of the genaric replies from Ring...I'll just say NO..use the supplied cord & buy a back-up battery.