How to Wire a Low-Voltage Doorbell

by:KEBO      2019-12-09
As far as DIY is concerned, the doorbell may be the safest appliance to install because the whole circuit is very lowVoltage, usually as low as 6 volts, rarely more than 24 volts.They are also one of the easiest electrical devices to install, as there are only three wires to connect between the three components;Power supply, Bell and push switch.Even the polarity of the wiring is not important, so wiring the doorbell circuit may be an electrical project that anyone can do without fear of failure.Remove the insulation material from the end of the length of the bell-shaped line with the stripping clamp, exposing the metal core for about a quarter of an hour.Connect the bare end of the wire to the battery pack or transformer terminal;It doesn\'t matter which one you use.The exact method of the attachment varies depending on the manufacture and model, but usually includes pushing the bare wire intoSlide the wire into the terminal and tighten the screw to secure it in place.If you have any questions, please consult the instructions attached to the doorbell.Use the stripping clamp to reveal the last inch of bare metal at the other end of the wire.Connect this to any terminal on the switch.Similarly, attachment may involve the self.Tighten the terminal or small screws.Bare the end of the new length wire and attach it to the remaining terminals on the Bell switch.The result should be the wire connecting the power supply and the switch, and the second wire away from the switch.Connect the wire from Step 4 to the location of the ringtone.Bare end and attach it to one of the Bell terminals.It doesn\'t matter which clock terminal you use.Return to the power supply from the remaining Bell terminals, run the last wire and connect it to complete the doorbell circuit.
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