Wireless Smart Video Doorbell with Voice Control

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    • Smart Doorbell System: Always connected. You can see, hear, and speak to visitors, receive alerts, or use as an intercom from your phone or tablet. Streams full HD 1080p video to your device. With a 145 wide-angle camera featuring high power LED with ICR zoom and night vision. Motion sensor detection triggering via button and PIR. IR distance of 10m.
    • Voice Control: Alexa-compatible and Google-compatible, including the Alexa Echo Show and Google Screen devices and Google Chromecast. Just ask your smart speaker to access your camera device, for smart integration, security with your voice, and peace of mind.
    • Simple Install, High-Quality Components: Ideal for houses, flats, and homes with or without existing doorbell wiring. Self-install using included fixtures. Simply install the mounting bracket, charge your BellBattery, (USB cable included) download the Link2Home Pro app, and set it up from your Android or iOS device. No hub required. Supports HD/SD and supports wireless chime.
    • Built-In Microphone and Speaker: Tune in with real-time talk and communicate back via the Link2Home Pro app. Respond and let visitors know your presence. Everything about the flex camera is private. Using security with 128-bit SSL encryption. When motion or sound is detected the device will capture a still image in the app memory for your to review in the message center. Add an optional micro SD card to record a 30-second video when motion or sound is detected to review in the app.
    • Durable, All-Weather Design: Weatherproof to resist damage and outdoor degradation. Night vision LED sensors let you view the whole scene at any hour. The CMOS sensor also provides better image clarity compared to CCD sensors.


    Customer Reviews

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    Corby Leek
    Good camera. Won't charge fully?

    Good doorbell camera but questions on the charge. I have charged this up for the second time now and doesn't seem to go above 70% battery. Not sure what I can do about this ?