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Hikvision launches unique Wi-Fi Doorbell

September 12, 2017 Views:22

 

Hikvision, the world’s leading supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, launches its unique new Wi-Fi Doorbell solution, which expands the capabilities of a doorbell, providing connection to your visitor remotely. The doorbell will make sure users don’t miss a visitor, and can have a great impact on small businesses.


The doorbell gives access over wi-fi to the Hik-Connect app, meaning that when a visitor presses it, the user can see who is there, speak to them and even set up alarms through the Hik-Connect app on their smart phone.


Giving a 180 viewing angle and noise suppression and echo cancellation, the doorbell gives users an optimum environment to make an access decision. It has a number of useful features, including motion detection and voice prompt support to cover every eventuality that could be needed on the doorstep. It can push an alarm to the user’s app, for example when a motion detection is triggered. A handy recording function can also kick in, saving the data to its SD card storage, to help keep the premises safe. It even comes with four different colour housings as standard, to ensure it complements any home or business in style.


Applications include homes, residential buildings without fences, small shops or buildings that need to be away from the entrance (for example when taking a delivery). This would prove very valuable to small businesses, since it could mean not turning away a customer. There are also applications in other sectors – for example, it could help doctor’s surgeries to deal with emergency patients out of hours.


“This is a ground-breaking solution with endless applications”, says Cenek Maly Channel Product Manager Non Video Products Europe. “It provides an entry-level solution for new and existing applications, and the Hik-Connect app gives users the freedom to manage their front door wherever they are in today’s ever-hectic schedules.”