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Buying Guide on How to Choose the Best WiFi Doorbell

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Home security is increasingly important these days, so you might be interested in reading this Buying Guide to Choose the Best WiFi doorbell for your home. It’s like adding a security camera to your door so you can monitor remotely who is knocking. But these new WiFi Doorbells are much easier to setup and install than security cameras since they involve fewer units (unlike large video monitoring surveillance systems that consist of multiple cameras and devices).

What is a WiFi Doorbell?

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Those old-fashioned doorbells sure sound nice, but they are old and dated. The newer wireless doorbells are much more convenient and offer different chimes and ease of installation, and loaded with features. It is no longer a dumb doorbell, but a “Smart doorbell.”
With WiFi doorbells, you are still dealing with a basic button and chime, not much has changed. This allows the visitor to just press a button just like they are used to.

What are the benefits of a WiFi Doorbell?

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But with Video doorbells, now it’s a different game. You can see who is there, sometimes it has a built-in LCD screen. Or you can connect to it remotely using your smartphone and WiFi. Now that is a game changer, and easy. Monitor who comes to your door even when you are at work. They are also much better at letting you see who is there, as opposed to those tiny viewing holes. Now you don’t have to open the door if you don’t want to.

How to Choose the Best WiFi Doorbell for your home

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There are some important features to consider when choosing the best Wifi video doorbell. Make sure you understand these features, and you find the item that meets your key requirements. Here are the key decision factors to help you decide which WiFi doorbell you should purchase.
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  • VIDEO QUALITY: Ideally, you want the highest resolution possible, which means HD or better. The technology has gotten advanced enough that you no longer have to settle for those grainy low-quality vids.
  • AUDIO QUALITY: The best systems incorporate ambient noise cancellation to allow you to hear the person clearly without background noise.
  • NIGHT VISION: This is a must, since many visitors may come at night so you need a camera that can see in low light.
  • DESIGN: Some units have changeable faceplates to match your decor. Look around, and find the right one.
  • POWER REQUIREMENTS: Batteries are a hassle to change all the time, so some systems allow you to use the existing doorbell wiring to provide power. If this works for you, do it, you’ll be happy you did in the long run. But if you don’t, there’s also the battery operated units that are more versatile. Batteries are a hassle to change all the time, so some systems allow you to use the existing doorbell wiring to provide power. If this works for you, do it, you’ll be happy you did in the long run. But if you don’t, there’s also the battery operated units that are more versatile.
  • MOTION SENSOR: High-end systems incorporate motion sensor to automatically start the video or send you an alert with a photo snapshot. This is a very nice feature to have.</li>
  • RECORDING: In most cases, it’s a good idea to enable loop recording, so the camera automatically records everything it sees. When it runs out of storage space, it simply records over the oldest video. Then if you ever need it or something happens, you can download the video.

Things to Avoid or Watch Out For

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The main thing to watch out for is the battery, to make sure it doesn’t die on you. So just read the instructions and change the battery as required. You should also make sure it is easy to use, sometimes you just want something simple and don’t need all the extra bells and whistles. Choose wisely.

Conclusion

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With all this knowledge hopefully now you can choose the right WiFi doorbell for your home, or you can even advise someone else.  Of course feel free to share this article with your friends. If you are still confused and want more info, here is an informative video you can watch.

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