Went to Home Depot the other day to fix my doorbell and bought this: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hampton-Bay-16VAC-30VA-Transformer-Compatible-with-All-Video-Door-Bells-HB-130-03/309792479
It's: "output: 16 VAC/30 VA" but all the "regular" doorbells they had were 12 volt. Is it an issue that the voltage doesn't match? I know it's low voltage and probably not a big deal but I'd rather do things correctly if I can. That was the only transformer they sold but I see on their website they have this: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Newhouse-Hardware-Wired-16-Volt-AC-10-Volt-A-Doorbell-Transformer-for-Wired-Door-Chimes-UL-Class-2-Certified-16TR/206973663
That one says 10 volts which still doesn't match the 12 v doorbell. Kinda weird to me that nothing matches the "standard" 12 volt doorbells.
Everything I google is all "ring doorbell, ring camera, ring, ring ring". I just want a regular doorbell. Congrats to Ring I guess for their market penetration but does anybody know?
Thanks very much.