ADC Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera
- Remotely turn off the indoor chime when someone is asleep in the house. Receive notifications on your mobile device instead of ringing the chime.
Intelligent Lighting Automation
- Set up rules to automatically turn on the porch lights when motion is detected at night.
- Have a two-way conversation with visitors from your mobile device.
- Power: Power: 8-36VAC, 10VA or 12VDC, 0.5 to 1.0A wired to in-home mechanical chime. Digital doorbell chime compatibility requires SkyBell Digital Doorbell Adapter – not included.
- Wi-Fi: Compatible with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, 2.4 GHz up to 150 Mbps.
- Video Camera: 1080p/720p resolution, 180° view, auto-scaling, full-color.
- Night Vision: Full-color night vision.
- Motion Sensor: Detects motion up to 8’ range
- Dimensions: 2.8 inches/7.1 cm wide, 0.9 inches/2.2 cm deep, 1.9 ounces/53.8 g weight.
- Environment: Outdoor use, operating temp -40°F/-40°C to 140°F/60°C, 0-100% condensing, water resistant.
The Alarm.com Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera must be powered by doorbell wiring.
Check that the customer has an existing wired doorbell wired or wireless by:
- Inspecting the doorbell button
- If the button is not connected to the wall by wires (i.e., has batteries), it is a wireless doorbell.
- Note: The Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera must be mounted on a door frame with a width of 3 inches or greater. You can install the Doorbell Camera on a frame with a width of less than 3 inches, but the device will hang over the side. This is advisable as a workaround in some situations.
- If the chime is plugged in to an electrical outlet, it is likely a wireless chime.
- If the chime is powered by wires coming from the wall, it is likely a wired chime.
- Locate the chime inside the home.
- Remove the chime’s cover.
- Visually inspect the chime.
- If the chime has a metal bar and a striker pin, then it is mechanical.
- If the chime has a speaker then it is digital.
- If there is no chime, you will need to use a resister in order to prevent a short circuit.
- Note: Mechanical chimes are compatible with the?Alarm.com?Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera without modification.
- Note: Digital chimes require use of the?digital chime adapter accessory to be compatible with the Alarm.com Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera.
Wi-Fi Internet Speed
- Stand outside the home in the location you plan to install the Alarm.com Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera.
- Close the door.
- Connect to the home’s 2.4 GhZ Wi-Fi network on your mobile device and disable cellular (LTE) internet.
- Go to speedtest.net or use a?speedtest app to run an internet speed test.
- Check the?UPLOAD speed. The Alarm.com Wi-Fi Doorbell Camera requires an upload speed of 1.5 Mbps.