Questions about: doorbell

I have a doorbell question. Here is my setup. Years ago I added a wireless electronic doorchime "extender" to our existing wired doorbell so that we could hear the doorbell in our basement
Question: I would like avoid charging my battery by directly connecting my Ring Video Doorbell to a transformer. Is this possible and how do I do it? Answer: Yes. If you don't have an existing doorbell, it's possible to connect a Ring Doorbell direct
Inspect the wiringPhoto 1: Wire repairInspect the wires for damage. Repair breaks with twist-on connectors. Splice in new wire to add length and allow for connections
OK, this may be a side-effect of the way the Ring powers itself. The Ring is in series with the chime. In series circuits, the same amount of current (amps) flows around the loop through both devices
Basic wiring strategy for garagesWiring an unfinished garage. Wire your unfinished garage to get the lights and outlets you need. Whether you’re rewiring or adding more wiring to an older garage, or running wires in a new garage, you have a decision
This is where the low voltage and high voltage sections of the UL code interact in an odd and problematic (for you) way. The wire from the chime to the button is low voltage. You also want the chime itself to be powered directly from high voltage