The first thing your guests touch is your doorbell button. The sound of their arrival is your doorbell chime. Since 1997, Spore has been getting these details right with simple, beautiful design and quality materials. Our buttons and chimes work perfectly together but can also be used in tandem with other products.
Spore doorbell buttons are available in three styles and a variety of finishes, with or without LED-illumination. Spore RING chimes are available in two sizes and a variety of finishes. Our designs make perfect finishing touches whether you are building a new home or renovating a classic.
True bridges the gap between modern and traditional design. An all-metal push button is surrounded by a thin halo of LED-illuminated color, which also reflects against the mounting surface. Designed to fit well with residences built from 1900 on, True comes in several finishes and three illumination colors, as well as a non-illuminated option. Substantial in feel but narrow in diameter, True mounts well to narrow doorjambs and other tight applications.
Design: Ted Pierson, 2009. Patents apply.
We get a lot of questions about doorbell transformers! Here we will attempt to answer the most common of them.
What is a doorbell transformer?
A transformer converts line-voltage to low-voltage (16 volts). In the United States, line-voltage 120 for most household wiring (this is what is running to your lights and outlets). In Europe and other parts of the world, line-voltage is 240. Any transformer that converts line-voltage to low-voltage will work as a doorbell transformer.
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