When we bought our house, the doorbell was making a loud noise. So, before installing the Circle View bell, I bought this new tri-volt transformer:
[https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampton-Bay-Wired-Door-Bell-Tri-Volt-Transformer-Compatible-with-All-Video-Door-Bells-HB-125-03/304225255](https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampton-Bay-Wired-Door-Bell-Tri-Volt-Transformer-Compatible-with-All-Video-Door-Bells-HB-125-03/304225255) bell the bell is 16V, so I connected the transformer to the 16V / 10VA setting. Well, I installed my ringing bell in a circle and it didn’t respond every 3-5 days. My router looked like it was still connected to WiFi, but I moved one of my net access points closer to the ringtone anyway. A few days later, the cycle repeated itself, and the bell no longer answered in the Home application. So, on a whim, I decided to try this 16V / 30VA transformer thinking that the sound at the door only needed more juice:
[https://www.homedepot.com/p/Newhouse-Hardware-Wired-16V-30vA-Doorbell-Transformer-Compatible-with-Ring-Pro-30TR/307787405?MERCH=REC-_-pipsem-_-304225255-_-307787405-_-N&](https://www.homedepot.com/p/Newhouse-Hardware-Wired-16V-30vA-Doorbell-Transformer-Compatible-with-Ring-Pro-30TR/307787405?MERCH=REC-_-pipsem-_-304225255 -_- 307787405 -_- N &) Well, it looks like he solved it. It’s been a week now and the bell has been solid. It seems that Logitech is really shooting itself in the foot, advertising this door sound as if it works with 10VA. On a side note, when you call Logitech support, they tell you that the device works better on 2.4Ghz WiFi. Well, that seems like a pretty stupid design flaw to put a 5 Ghz WiFi radio in the ringtone if you shouldn’t use it … Having said that, I have an Eero mesh system, so so that there is no choice and the choice of tape connects to. My router is 10 feet away, so it always connects to 5Ghz.