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    Forgot the photos (argh!)

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    Transformer

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    Quote Originally Posted by imported_John Smith View Post
    Forgot the photos (argh!)

    Correct wiring, exterior mounted bell transformer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by imported_John Smith View Post
    What is the "proper" terminology for this?
    Correct terminology for the first pic would be "underexposed".

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    It appears to be a step-down transformer, most likely to 24 volts, but a label or testing would confirm that. Low-voltage wiring is OK as-is, but should probably be secured better.

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    Correct wiring, exterior mounted bell transformer.
    Correct wiring, exterior mounted Door bell transformer.

    John you did know what it was for right? Just wanted to know the name of it?

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