Fully battery operated and easily installed
Install the doorbell at any door. This battery operated doorbell can be placed at any door. Providing you a wireless WiFi video intercom system (using your smartphone), but also a more secure camera solution at your front door. Simply install the doorbell with the delivered screws, or stick it on your doorframe. Always be sure you have enough WiFi coverage at your front door, and you'll be impressed by its simple but smart use.
"This doorbell is so easy to use, even I could install it. Perfect installation and connection. Know I am more at ease, and I can always check who is at the door"
This indoor wireless chime can be easily plugged in a wall soket indoor. Connect the socket with your WiFi doorbell and be always heard when someone is at the door. Especially when you do not have your smartphone at hand.
Check the message when someone rings the door. But no worries, when you missed the call. The doorbell will always create one image, store it, and show it in your message folder. Not enough with the image alone ? Thanks to the SD card slot (SD card not included) or optional cloud storage plan, you can always know who visited you. Check the video logs and view all video files.
Check these most frequently asked questions for our WiFi doorbell
When searching the "Ceezam" app in your app store, the app could not be found at the first time. When searching the app for a second time the app will be found directly. But if you are still facing issues, there is always the option to scan the QR code of the image on the left side. This will guide you to the correct app for both iOS and Android, depending on your device.
Almost all Qnect products use your home Wi-Fi (wireless networking) to connect to the internet. WiFi is useful but does have limits. keep these factors in mind when connection your product to your Home WiFi :
If your devices are constantly disconnected from the Internet, the problem is almost always related to a poor WiFi connection. This is usually caused by signal fluctuations, channel or router overload, or data loss. Very sometimes, however, the settings of the router are the cause.