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I started researching smart doorbells after dealing with too many packages not being left by FedEx because they wouldn't knock on the door and I live in an upstairs unit. First I would like to address much of the unfair in my opinion negative comments regarding this product. The biggest one I have noticed was regarding power issues. Doorbell wiring comes in numerous sizes, and in numerous voltage, all depending on when it was installed and by who My house was built in the 1900’s and it was a nightmare trying to identify and follow the wiring. Most of it is not consistent across the board which makes building a product compatible difficult, additionally in some homes wiring in low voltage systems sometimes gets crossed as well. So before buying any doorbell system, research and make sure it will be compatible with your setup which includes doing your own due diligence and figuring out what you have for a setup.
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TThanks to features like smart locks, motion detection, and night vision support, you can get an extra layer of security to your home. Most smart doorbells will let you see and talk to anyone who rings your door, even if you’re not home. This could help deter would be burglars by tipping them off that you might actually be at home, even if you’re really not. Additional features, such as wide angle viewing, can help you keep an eye on the area surrounding your door, so you can make sure no one is sneaking up to steal packages or look in your windows. A doorbell is useful to prevent the entry of an unknown person to your home, office, apartment, building, etc. The use of traditional doorbell is gradually declining because of its limited functionalities.