I’m moving to a new house and I realized today that there is no wired bell. Looks like the previous owners just had a cheap bell. HomeKit didn’t have a lot of good options for the ringtone period. Indeed, I think Netatmo is the right option with so many problems with Logitech. Has anyone tried using an adapter that plugs into an outlet to power the ringer? I would push through the frame to get the threads where they need to be. Example for a ring (currently) that is not HomeKit: [https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2019/6/5/18654361/nest-hello-power-adapter-ninety7-google-store](https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2019/6/5/18654361/nest-hello-power-adapter-ninety7-google-store) My hope is to use Netatmo only with an adapter like this. My other thought is to make Nest with this adapter and a Starling bridge. There seem to be a lot of solutions to get a solution that I’m not crazy about. I like to stay away from Google products in general and I wouldn’t have additional features without a subscription.
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