Slide 12: Resonator Door Chime


These days, doorbells are expected to be heard and not seen. They tend to be digital and wireless, run by radio transmitters. The authentic “DING-dong” of the old-school doorbell is produced when the doorbell circuit is momentarily closed by the pushing of a button. A plunger strikes one bar as the button is pushed, and the other when it is released. DING-Dong! Who’s there?

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