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현재 버전 게시자: oldturkey03 ,

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@gilga this is AC voltage so make sure that you set your meter to AC. Set the scale high enough so that you match your voltage (220V). In this case the color of your probes is not relevant. Place one probe on the grey wire and one on the blue wire. After that have someone push the door bell. Let us know what voltage your meter shows. I have a slight suspicion that it will be lower than your 220V (I guess around 6-18). MakeMost doorbells use a transformer to operate. Make sure that you do not touch the contacts or the medal of your probes. Could be a hair raising experience.!
@gilga this is AC voltage so make sure that you set your meter to AC. Set the scale high enough so that you match your voltage (220V). In this case the color of your probes is not relevant. Place one probe on the grey wire and one on the blue wire. After that have someone push the door bell. Let us know what voltage your meter shows. I have a slight suspicion that it will be lower than your 220V (I guess around 6-18). MakeMost doorbells use a transformer to operate. Make sure that you do not touch the contacts or the medal of your probes. Could be a hair raising experience.!

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원문 게시자: oldturkey03 ,

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@gilga this is AC voltage so make sure that you set your meter to AC. Set the scale high enough so that you match your voltage (220V). In this case the color of your probes is not relevant. Place one probe on the grey wire and one on the blue wire. After that have someone push the door bell. Let us know what voltage your meter shows. I have a slight suspicion that it will be lower than your 220V (I guess around 6-18). Make sure that you do not touch the contacts or the medal of your probes. Could be a hair raising experience.!

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