Delivery men touch our doorbells every day, but we rarely (if ever) take the time to clean the buggers. And while the CDC guidelines state that spreading COVID-1
When the Touchless Video Doorbell detects a guest, it automatically beeps, sends a notification to your phone, and starts recording a 1080p HDR video (or an IR video if it’s dark). You can observe a live feed from the doorbell on your phone or computer and communicate with guests through the built-in speaker.
But how well does the Touchless Video Doorbell work? Alarm.com claims that the doorbell uses advanced person detection to prevent false alarms and annoying bells in the middle of the night. Still, guests must stand directly in front of the doorbell to activate it. For more accuracy, Alarm.com suggests purchasing this clunky floor mat, which has the words “STAND ON MAT TO RING DOORBELL” in large letters. (The doorbell itself has a similar message, so you can use any mat.)
The Touchless Video Doorbell integrates with your smart home like any other video doorbell. You can use it to activate lights, cameras or smart speakers. Of course, the Touchless Video Doorbell works best with Alarm.com’s security products.
Alarm.com’s Touchless Video Doorbell is available for “less than $ 200” through the company’s network of service providers. Scroll to the bottom of the company’s Video Doorbell page to see if there are any Alarm.com service providers in your area.
Source: Alarm.com via Business Wire