Power supply for Ring pro

Power supply for Ring pro

If they are using plug in AC transformers for alarm systems, the Ring Doorbell will short out the power every time the doorbell button is pressed which will cause the transformer to blow the internal fuse. Your best option is  to buy plug in power supply with Built in surge protection so it won't kill the doorbell or PS when it's shorted out.
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