How it works
Remove your existing doorbell. You will now see at least two wires in your wall. Connect these two wires to the DoorBird IP Video Door Station to power it, and mount it near your door. Connect the DoorBird to your Internet router. We use bank level encryption technologies. Done! You will now receive instant alerts on your smartphone or tablet if someone presses the doorbell button. From now on, you can see and talk to your visitors in real time, even when you are on the road.
Two wires, 15VDC. Please note: We do not use battery power. A mains power supply enables on-demand live video at any time and not only when a visitor has pushed the doorbell button. Batteries are also critical in cold climate zones. This is why we ship the DoorBird with a 15VDC power supply with extra audio interference-suppression which you can connect to your existing two wires and plug it inside a wall socket within your house (Input 110-240VAC). We can also supply a DIN rail power supply upon request. You can also power the DoorBird via the integrated network interface using a Power over Ethernet Switch or Injector (PoE 802.3af Mode-A), e.g. D-Link DGS-1008P or TP-Link TL-PoE150S.
Standard door chime in the house (two wires, potential-free relay contact)
High-speed Ethernet network cable for challenging environments with Power over Ethernet (PoE 802.3af Mode-A), alternatively to WiFi
Door opener button
Standard electric door opener button in the house (two wires)