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Ring Smart Lighting – Low Voltage Lighting Transformer (12-15V, 200W), black (Starter Kit) (Kit) Transformer + Bridge

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The Transformer enables smart controls for compatible low-voltage non-Ring landscape lights at home when paired with the Ring Bridge.
This Starter Kit includes one Ring Bridge to place indoors so you can get notifications, customize settings, and connect to other Ring devices – all from the Ring app.
With the Ring Bridge, you can connect non-Ring landscape lights to the Ring app, other Ring Smart Lights, and Ring doorbells or cameras to create a fully connected home security system.
The Transformer installs in minutes outdoors with the included mounting hardware and plugs into standard power outlets.
Compatible with any light fixture that requires 12V through 15V.

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25 reviews for Ring Smart Lighting – Low Voltage Lighting Transformer (12-15V, 200W), black (Starter Kit) (Kit) Transformer + Bridge

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  1. Chris Key

    First the pros: Though it was probably overkill, I purchased two boxes to ensure that I could run all of my lights. Due to our large yard, I had to bury over 200 feet of low voltage cable but I am sure purchasing just one of these boxes would have worked for all 200 feet. The mounting instructions and template were spot on. You have 3 wire inputs on the transformer itself: one for a common wire and two separate inputs for a 12 v and 15 v. All lights powered on and the linking both boxes to the Ring bridge and Alexa was very easy and straightforward. Now the cons: 1. Creating the light timing schedules is pretty simple, once you figure out where to go on the Ring app to do it. However, I was surprised to see that there was no sunrise/sunset timing option available in the app. Within the app itself, there is also no option to just turn the lights on for any longer than 1 minute, 5 minute, 15 minute and 30 minute options. At one point, there was a 4 hour option, but that has since disappeared and was only an option for one of the boxes anyway. On top of that, two separate devices for each box show up in Alexa discovery: one as a switch and one as a light. Using Alexa to turn on the light still follows the 4 option window, though this is not always the case. My best theory as to why this happens is that Ring does not want you to have these lights on during the day, but even at night, there are no additional options available and I am therefore still working to confirm this theory. When I tell Alexa to turn the landscape lights group on, sometimes the lights stay on for more than a few minutes, sometimes they don’t. It is a tad bit frustrating and the instructions do not address this or how to do anything after the installation of the boxes themselves. I understand, however, that the product is still very new and I am sure these issues will be addressed over the coming months as more people start to use it. Once the light power on options and the sunrise/sunset issues are addressed, this will easily be a five star item and offer a smooth transition into your smart home automation.Read more

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  2. Stephen Walters

    As a low voltage transformer with Alexa control this is half way there. 200 watts is more than enough to run string ligths or landscape lights for extended periods. Installation was simple, but it’s problem isn’t the hardware, it’s the software. Because this is a transformer the assumption is that it should turn on lights either 1. At detection of motion (Linked to the doorbell, or other cameras. 2. For a specified period of time per night. But this leaves out the most important thing. Turn on when I want it on, Turn off when I want it off. If you go outside for a party and you say “Turn on backyard lights” it turns them on for the same period as the motion detection (by default) or the same period as your schedule. Where’s the simple “on off”? The button on the unit can be used that way, why can’t the software? UPDATE: Ring recently updated the software on this product, the new update supports ON and OFF at will, not just on motion or a pre set limit. We you turn the lights on using the App, an alert comes up with an Edit button that lets you set the duration, there is a new option “Until I turn it off” which is exactly what I wanted. THANK YOU RING!Read more

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  3. S.P.

    C’mon Ring, my old “Dumb” lighting transformer was smart enough to have an automatic Solar Timetable function which provides the automated “Dusk to Dawn” feature. And for what possible reason is there no manual “ON/OFF” setting? Just a timer with 4hr max? Really? Update: Ring has now incorporated these missing features. Get back to Algorithm drawing boards and put out a better control function in the App. Returning both transformers soon if there is no app update and going back to my “Smarter” old transformers.Read more

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  4. Brian

    I have a paver stone patio with lighting underneath steps and around our seating wall / pillars. My old transformer had an ambient light sensor that would trigger the lights on / off. However it was difficult to use and set up. Just recently, at just about 4 years old it started to fall apart. Surprisingly there are not a ton of smart lighting transformers in this field. I came across the Ring transformer, which was basically made to work with its own set of lights but also just “happened” to work with older lights too. I looked around as the ONLY feature I wanted was a dusk til dawn option. I saw many reviews where some said it had this feature, some said it did not. Seemingly it was updated at one point to include this feature however Ring was absolutely no help! I received different answered from different customer service reps. The install took 2 minutes. Went into the app found the dusk til dawn option and selected it. The only thing to do now was wait. As night set in, they turned on! This is ALL I wanted in my case and it works excellent! I do not like how Ring made their hub though. It needs to sit somewhere / be attached to a surface. Many others who need to use hubs have a simple plug-in Mount which is much cleaner. This will make me resort to finding a third party mount. I also with the Transformer had WiFi onboard so it didn’t need the hub! Now, my lights will turn on and off when I expect them to and I have the additional control of them through my phone. I’m happy.Read more

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  5. Aman Dhanoa

    Update: After testing the product for over 3 months and the excellent customer service I give it 5 stars. No longer a beta product. I recently added the Ring Smart Lighting transformer and bridge, super easy to install, connects with Alexa; however, the product isnt already. The only way the lights will stay on are if you set a rule. If you turn on the lights with Alexa or the App will auto turn off after 1min. This is a known issue and will be fixed in a update sometime in the future. For that reason it’s a 3 star productRead more

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  6. Chris Key

    First the pros: Though it was probably overkill, I purchased two boxes to ensure that I could run all of my lights. Due to our large yard, I had to bury over 200 feet of low voltage cable but I am sure purchasing just one of these boxes would have worked for all 200 feet. The mounting instructions and template were spot on. You have 3 wire inputs on the transformer itself: one for a common wire and two separate inputs for a 12 v and 15 v. All lights powered on and the linking both boxes to the Ring bridge and Alexa was very easy and straightforward. Now the cons: 1. Creating the light timing schedules is pretty simple, once you figure out where to go on the Ring app to do it. However, I was surprised to see that there was no sunrise/sunset timing option available in the app. Within the app itself, there is also no option to just turn the lights on for any longer than 1 minute, 5 minute, 15 minute and 30 minute options. At one point, there was a 4 hour option, but that has since disappeared and was only an option for one of the boxes anyway. On top of that, two separate devices for each box show up in Alexa discovery: one as a switch and one as a light. Using Alexa to turn on the light still follows the 4 option window, though this is not always the case. My best theory as to why this happens is that Ring does not want you to have these lights on during the day, but even at night, there are no additional options available and I am therefore still working to confirm this theory. When I tell Alexa to turn the landscape lights group on, sometimes the lights stay on for more than a few minutes, sometimes they don’t. It is a tad bit frustrating and the instructions do not address this or how to do anything after the installation of the boxes themselves. I understand, however, that the product is still very new and I am sure these issues will be addressed over the coming months as more people start to use it. Once the light power on options and the sunrise/sunset issues are addressed, this will easily be a five star item and offer a smooth transition into your smart home automation.Read more

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  7. Stephen Walters

    As a low voltage transformer with Alexa control this is half way there. 200 watts is more than enough to run string ligths or landscape lights for extended periods. Installation was simple, but it’s problem isn’t the hardware, it’s the software. Because this is a transformer the assumption is that it should turn on lights either 1. At detection of motion (Linked to the doorbell, or other cameras. 2. For a specified period of time per night. But this leaves out the most important thing. Turn on when I want it on, Turn off when I want it off. If you go outside for a party and you say “Turn on backyard lights” it turns them on for the same period as the motion detection (by default) or the same period as your schedule. Where’s the simple “on off”? The button on the unit can be used that way, why can’t the software? UPDATE: Ring recently updated the software on this product, the new update supports ON and OFF at will, not just on motion or a pre set limit. We you turn the lights on using the App, an alert comes up with an Edit button that lets you set the duration, there is a new option “Until I turn it off” which is exactly what I wanted. THANK YOU RING!Read more

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  8. S.P.

    C’mon Ring, my old “Dumb” lighting transformer was smart enough to have an automatic Solar Timetable function which provides the automated “Dusk to Dawn” feature. And for what possible reason is there no manual “ON/OFF” setting? Just a timer with 4hr max? Really? Update: Ring has now incorporated these missing features. Get back to Algorithm drawing boards and put out a better control function in the App. Returning both transformers soon if there is no app update and going back to my “Smarter” old transformers.Read more

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  9. Brian

    I have a paver stone patio with lighting underneath steps and around our seating wall / pillars. My old transformer had an ambient light sensor that would trigger the lights on / off. However it was difficult to use and set up. Just recently, at just about 4 years old it started to fall apart. Surprisingly there are not a ton of smart lighting transformers in this field. I came across the Ring transformer, which was basically made to work with its own set of lights but also just “happened” to work with older lights too. I looked around as the ONLY feature I wanted was a dusk til dawn option. I saw many reviews where some said it had this feature, some said it did not. Seemingly it was updated at one point to include this feature however Ring was absolutely no help! I received different answered from different customer service reps. The install took 2 minutes. Went into the app found the dusk til dawn option and selected it. The only thing to do now was wait. As night set in, they turned on! This is ALL I wanted in my case and it works excellent! I do not like how Ring made their hub though. It needs to sit somewhere / be attached to a surface. Many others who need to use hubs have a simple plug-in Mount which is much cleaner. This will make me resort to finding a third party mount. I also with the Transformer had WiFi onboard so it didn’t need the hub! Now, my lights will turn on and off when I expect them to and I have the additional control of them through my phone. I’m happy.Read more

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  10. Aman Dhanoa

    Update: After testing the product for over 3 months and the excellent customer service I give it 5 stars. No longer a beta product. I recently added the Ring Smart Lighting transformer and bridge, super easy to install, connects with Alexa; however, the product isnt already. The only way the lights will stay on are if you set a rule. If you turn on the lights with Alexa or the App will auto turn off after 1min. This is a known issue and will be fixed in a update sometime in the future. For that reason it’s a 3 star productRead more

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  11. Chris Key

    First the pros: Though it was probably overkill, I purchased two boxes to ensure that I could run all of my lights. Due to our large yard, I had to bury over 200 feet of low voltage cable but I am sure purchasing just one of these boxes would have worked for all 200 feet. The mounting instructions and template were spot on. You have 3 wire inputs on the transformer itself: one for a common wire and two separate inputs for a 12 v and 15 v. All lights powered on and the linking both boxes to the Ring bridge and Alexa was very easy and straightforward. Now the cons: 1. Creating the light timing schedules is pretty simple, once you figure out where to go on the Ring app to do it. However, I was surprised to see that there was no sunrise/sunset timing option available in the app. Within the app itself, there is also no option to just turn the lights on for any longer than 1 minute, 5 minute, 15 minute and 30 minute options. At one point, there was a 4 hour option, but that has since disappeared and was only an option for one of the boxes anyway. On top of that, two separate devices for each box show up in Alexa discovery: one as a switch and one as a light. Using Alexa to turn on the light still follows the 4 option window, though this is not always the case. My best theory as to why this happens is that Ring does not want you to have these lights on during the day, but even at night, there are no additional options available and I am therefore still working to confirm this theory. When I tell Alexa to turn the landscape lights group on, sometimes the lights stay on for more than a few minutes, sometimes they don’t. It is a tad bit frustrating and the instructions do not address this or how to do anything after the installation of the boxes themselves. I understand, however, that the product is still very new and I am sure these issues will be addressed over the coming months as more people start to use it. Once the light power on options and the sunrise/sunset issues are addressed, this will easily be a five star item and offer a smooth transition into your smart home automation.Read more

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  12. Stephen Walters

    As a low voltage transformer with Alexa control this is half way there. 200 watts is more than enough to run string ligths or landscape lights for extended periods. Installation was simple, but it’s problem isn’t the hardware, it’s the software. Because this is a transformer the assumption is that it should turn on lights either 1. At detection of motion (Linked to the doorbell, or other cameras. 2. For a specified period of time per night. But this leaves out the most important thing. Turn on when I want it on, Turn off when I want it off. If you go outside for a party and you say “Turn on backyard lights” it turns them on for the same period as the motion detection (by default) or the same period as your schedule. Where’s the simple “on off”? The button on the unit can be used that way, why can’t the software? UPDATE: Ring recently updated the software on this product, the new update supports ON and OFF at will, not just on motion or a pre set limit. We you turn the lights on using the App, an alert comes up with an Edit button that lets you set the duration, there is a new option “Until I turn it off” which is exactly what I wanted. THANK YOU RING!Read more

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  13. S.P.

    C’mon Ring, my old “Dumb” lighting transformer was smart enough to have an automatic Solar Timetable function which provides the automated “Dusk to Dawn” feature. And for what possible reason is there no manual “ON/OFF” setting? Just a timer with 4hr max? Really? Update: Ring has now incorporated these missing features. Get back to Algorithm drawing boards and put out a better control function in the App. Returning both transformers soon if there is no app update and going back to my “Smarter” old transformers.Read more

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  14. Brian

    I have a paver stone patio with lighting underneath steps and around our seating wall / pillars. My old transformer had an ambient light sensor that would trigger the lights on / off. However it was difficult to use and set up. Just recently, at just about 4 years old it started to fall apart. Surprisingly there are not a ton of smart lighting transformers in this field. I came across the Ring transformer, which was basically made to work with its own set of lights but also just “happened” to work with older lights too. I looked around as the ONLY feature I wanted was a dusk til dawn option. I saw many reviews where some said it had this feature, some said it did not. Seemingly it was updated at one point to include this feature however Ring was absolutely no help! I received different answered from different customer service reps. The install took 2 minutes. Went into the app found the dusk til dawn option and selected it. The only thing to do now was wait. As night set in, they turned on! This is ALL I wanted in my case and it works excellent! I do not like how Ring made their hub though. It needs to sit somewhere / be attached to a surface. Many others who need to use hubs have a simple plug-in Mount which is much cleaner. This will make me resort to finding a third party mount. I also with the Transformer had WiFi onboard so it didn’t need the hub! Now, my lights will turn on and off when I expect them to and I have the additional control of them through my phone. I’m happy.Read more

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  15. Aman Dhanoa

    Update: After testing the product for over 3 months and the excellent customer service I give it 5 stars. No longer a beta product. I recently added the Ring Smart Lighting transformer and bridge, super easy to install, connects with Alexa; however, the product isnt already. The only way the lights will stay on are if you set a rule. If you turn on the lights with Alexa or the App will auto turn off after 1min. This is a known issue and will be fixed in a update sometime in the future. For that reason it’s a 3 star productRead more

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  16. Chris Key

    First the pros: Though it was probably overkill, I purchased two boxes to ensure that I could run all of my lights. Due to our large yard, I had to bury over 200 feet of low voltage cable but I am sure purchasing just one of these boxes would have worked for all 200 feet. The mounting instructions and template were spot on. You have 3 wire inputs on the transformer itself: one for a common wire and two separate inputs for a 12 v and 15 v. All lights powered on and the linking both boxes to the Ring bridge and Alexa was very easy and straightforward. Now the cons: 1. Creating the light timing schedules is pretty simple, once you figure out where to go on the Ring app to do it. However, I was surprised to see that there was no sunrise/sunset timing option available in the app. Within the app itself, there is also no option to just turn the lights on for any longer than 1 minute, 5 minute, 15 minute and 30 minute options. At one point, there was a 4 hour option, but that has since disappeared and was only an option for one of the boxes anyway. On top of that, two separate devices for each box show up in Alexa discovery: one as a switch and one as a light. Using Alexa to turn on the light still follows the 4 option window, though this is not always the case. My best theory as to why this happens is that Ring does not want you to have these lights on during the day, but even at night, there are no additional options available and I am therefore still working to confirm this theory. When I tell Alexa to turn the landscape lights group on, sometimes the lights stay on for more than a few minutes, sometimes they don’t. It is a tad bit frustrating and the instructions do not address this or how to do anything after the installation of the boxes themselves. I understand, however, that the product is still very new and I am sure these issues will be addressed over the coming months as more people start to use it. Once the light power on options and the sunrise/sunset issues are addressed, this will easily be a five star item and offer a smooth transition into your smart home automation.Read more

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  17. Stephen Walters

    As a low voltage transformer with Alexa control this is half way there. 200 watts is more than enough to run string ligths or landscape lights for extended periods. Installation was simple, but it’s problem isn’t the hardware, it’s the software. Because this is a transformer the assumption is that it should turn on lights either 1. At detection of motion (Linked to the doorbell, or other cameras. 2. For a specified period of time per night. But this leaves out the most important thing. Turn on when I want it on, Turn off when I want it off. If you go outside for a party and you say “Turn on backyard lights” it turns them on for the same period as the motion detection (by default) or the same period as your schedule. Where’s the simple “on off”? The button on the unit can be used that way, why can’t the software? UPDATE: Ring recently updated the software on this product, the new update supports ON and OFF at will, not just on motion or a pre set limit. We you turn the lights on using the App, an alert comes up with an Edit button that lets you set the duration, there is a new option “Until I turn it off” which is exactly what I wanted. THANK YOU RING!Read more

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  18. S.P.

    C’mon Ring, my old “Dumb” lighting transformer was smart enough to have an automatic Solar Timetable function which provides the automated “Dusk to Dawn” feature. And for what possible reason is there no manual “ON/OFF” setting? Just a timer with 4hr max? Really? Update: Ring has now incorporated these missing features. Get back to Algorithm drawing boards and put out a better control function in the App. Returning both transformers soon if there is no app update and going back to my “Smarter” old transformers.Read more

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  19. Brian

    I have a paver stone patio with lighting underneath steps and around our seating wall / pillars. My old transformer had an ambient light sensor that would trigger the lights on / off. However it was difficult to use and set up. Just recently, at just about 4 years old it started to fall apart. Surprisingly there are not a ton of smart lighting transformers in this field. I came across the Ring transformer, which was basically made to work with its own set of lights but also just “happened” to work with older lights too. I looked around as the ONLY feature I wanted was a dusk til dawn option. I saw many reviews where some said it had this feature, some said it did not. Seemingly it was updated at one point to include this feature however Ring was absolutely no help! I received different answered from different customer service reps. The install took 2 minutes. Went into the app found the dusk til dawn option and selected it. The only thing to do now was wait. As night set in, they turned on! This is ALL I wanted in my case and it works excellent! I do not like how Ring made their hub though. It needs to sit somewhere / be attached to a surface. Many others who need to use hubs have a simple plug-in Mount which is much cleaner. This will make me resort to finding a third party mount. I also with the Transformer had WiFi onboard so it didn’t need the hub! Now, my lights will turn on and off when I expect them to and I have the additional control of them through my phone. I’m happy.Read more

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  20. Aman Dhanoa

    Update: After testing the product for over 3 months and the excellent customer service I give it 5 stars. No longer a beta product. I recently added the Ring Smart Lighting transformer and bridge, super easy to install, connects with Alexa; however, the product isnt already. The only way the lights will stay on are if you set a rule. If you turn on the lights with Alexa or the App will auto turn off after 1min. This is a known issue and will be fixed in a update sometime in the future. For that reason it’s a 3 star productRead more

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  21. Chris Key

    First the pros: Though it was probably overkill, I purchased two boxes to ensure that I could run all of my lights. Due to our large yard, I had to bury over 200 feet of low voltage cable but I am sure purchasing just one of these boxes would have worked for all 200 feet. The mounting instructions and template were spot on. You have 3 wire inputs on the transformer itself: one for a common wire and two separate inputs for a 12 v and 15 v. All lights powered on and the linking both boxes to the Ring bridge and Alexa was very easy and straightforward. Now the cons: 1. Creating the light timing schedules is pretty simple, once you figure out where to go on the Ring app to do it. However, I was surprised to see that there was no sunrise/sunset timing option available in the app. Within the app itself, there is also no option to just turn the lights on for any longer than 1 minute, 5 minute, 15 minute and 30 minute options. At one point, there was a 4 hour option, but that has since disappeared and was only an option for one of the boxes anyway. On top of that, two separate devices for each box show up in Alexa discovery: one as a switch and one as a light. Using Alexa to turn on the light still follows the 4 option window, though this is not always the case. My best theory as to why this happens is that Ring does not want you to have these lights on during the day, but even at night, there are no additional options available and I am therefore still working to confirm this theory. When I tell Alexa to turn the landscape lights group on, sometimes the lights stay on for more than a few minutes, sometimes they don’t. It is a tad bit frustrating and the instructions do not address this or how to do anything after the installation of the boxes themselves. I understand, however, that the product is still very new and I am sure these issues will be addressed over the coming months as more people start to use it. Once the light power on options and the sunrise/sunset issues are addressed, this will easily be a five star item and offer a smooth transition into your smart home automation.Read more

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  22. Stephen Walters

    As a low voltage transformer with Alexa control this is half way there. 200 watts is more than enough to run string ligths or landscape lights for extended periods. Installation was simple, but it’s problem isn’t the hardware, it’s the software. Because this is a transformer the assumption is that it should turn on lights either 1. At detection of motion (Linked to the doorbell, or other cameras. 2. For a specified period of time per night. But this leaves out the most important thing. Turn on when I want it on, Turn off when I want it off. If you go outside for a party and you say “Turn on backyard lights” it turns them on for the same period as the motion detection (by default) or the same period as your schedule. Where’s the simple “on off”? The button on the unit can be used that way, why can’t the software? UPDATE: Ring recently updated the software on this product, the new update supports ON and OFF at will, not just on motion or a pre set limit. We you turn the lights on using the App, an alert comes up with an Edit button that lets you set the duration, there is a new option “Until I turn it off” which is exactly what I wanted. THANK YOU RING!Read more

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  23. S.P.

    C’mon Ring, my old “Dumb” lighting transformer was smart enough to have an automatic Solar Timetable function which provides the automated “Dusk to Dawn” feature. And for what possible reason is there no manual “ON/OFF” setting? Just a timer with 4hr max? Really? Update: Ring has now incorporated these missing features. Get back to Algorithm drawing boards and put out a better control function in the App. Returning both transformers soon if there is no app update and going back to my “Smarter” old transformers.Read more

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  24. Brian

    I have a paver stone patio with lighting underneath steps and around our seating wall / pillars. My old transformer had an ambient light sensor that would trigger the lights on / off. However it was difficult to use and set up. Just recently, at just about 4 years old it started to fall apart. Surprisingly there are not a ton of smart lighting transformers in this field. I came across the Ring transformer, which was basically made to work with its own set of lights but also just “happened” to work with older lights too. I looked around as the ONLY feature I wanted was a dusk til dawn option. I saw many reviews where some said it had this feature, some said it did not. Seemingly it was updated at one point to include this feature however Ring was absolutely no help! I received different answered from different customer service reps. The install took 2 minutes. Went into the app found the dusk til dawn option and selected it. The only thing to do now was wait. As night set in, they turned on! This is ALL I wanted in my case and it works excellent! I do not like how Ring made their hub though. It needs to sit somewhere / be attached to a surface. Many others who need to use hubs have a simple plug-in Mount which is much cleaner. This will make me resort to finding a third party mount. I also with the Transformer had WiFi onboard so it didn’t need the hub! Now, my lights will turn on and off when I expect them to and I have the additional control of them through my phone. I’m happy.Read more

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  25. Aman Dhanoa

    Update: After testing the product for over 3 months and the excellent customer service I give it 5 stars. No longer a beta product. I recently added the Ring Smart Lighting transformer and bridge, super easy to install, connects with Alexa; however, the product isnt already. The only way the lights will stay on are if you set a rule. If you turn on the lights with Alexa or the App will auto turn off after 1min. This is a known issue and will be fixed in a update sometime in the future. For that reason it’s a 3 star productRead more

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