ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell Complements Smart Home Environments

Snap One states that its new ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell incorporates features such as 1080p video capabilities and dual-band Wi-Fi network connectivity.

CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Snap One has announced the immediate availability of a new flagship security product, the NDAA-certified ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell.

The latest product from ClareVision is designed to give dealers and their customers a self-contained, subscription-free solution to monitor and record activity at the front door 24 hours a day. According to Clint Choate, senior director of the security market at Snap One, the new ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell is a solution for standalone surveillance or as part of a ClareOne smart home system. It also provides an easy-to-install option for production builders that ensures all buyers are satisfied.

“Home surveillance is now a top priority for many homeowners and buyers, and with the new ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell we are giving our Partners a high-quality branded option that integrates seamlessly with other Clare solutions and requires no monthly subscriptions for storage or viewing,” says Choate. “The doorbell is designed to be powered by existing low-voltage doorbell wiring for added Partner convenience while including powerful features such as dual Wi-Fi band connectivity, full HD resolution and support for two-way voice.”

ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell Integrates into Smart Home Systems

The global company states that its new video doorbell is a simple, potent surveillance and security upgrade that combines 1080p video capture, AI-based smart analytics, 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi connectivity, and two-way voice calling into a slim device that uses existing doorbell wires for power.

Snap One points out that users can view the live feed from the ClareOne Wireless Security and Smart Home Panel and the ClareVision App, or integrate the video doorbell with Control4 as a surveillance device. Recorded video is stored via an internal 16GB microSD card, which Partners and users can expand up to 512GB.

“We developed the Smart Video Doorbell based on direct Partner input to meet their needs and expectations,” adds Choate. “The simple physical design and connectivity features make deployment as easy as possible to ensure profitable projects at any scale.”

The company adds the video doorbell comes with white, black and satin nickel cover plates, as well as standoff wall mount brackets and angled brackets for ultimate flexibility and installation ease.

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