|Manufacturer||Ubiquiti Networks, Inc.|
|Item Model Number||UVC-G4-Doorbell|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Ubiquiti UniFi Access Doorbell Camera|
|Item Weight||890 g|
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UniFi Protect G4 Doorbell
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- UniFi Protect G4 Doorbell is a Wi-Fi video doorbell with a built-in display and real-time two-way audio communication.
- The camera features a high-quality 5MP sensor with enhanced night vision. Image streams can be viewed in up to 1600 x 1200 (2MP) HD at 30 FPS.
- Integration with UniFi Protect provides an easy-to-use interface.
- UniFi Protect G4 doorbell includes a PIR sensor for instant motion detection alerts.
- Note: UniFI Protect is required to run this product with full functionality, we recommend using it with UniFi Dream Machine PRO or UniFi Protect Network Video Recorder
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No Alexa, no Google, no Home kit, so you are totally reliant on their protect app and the notification system for your phone. Perhaps on android its easier but on IOS you have one notification sound and that's your lot. So any app notifying you the sound is all the same. On the ring app you get a loud proper ring noise, its obvious without looking there is someone at the door.
It gets worse because if you have any other unify devices, such as cameras, well they are going to notify you as well, though the protect app. If you have a few cameras they will be going off all the time. So all I could do was stop all notifications for all cameras, just to filter it down a bit for the doorbell, which in turn sounds like all the other notifications for all other apps on my phone.
This is a fundamental problem, to such an extent I have had to install a doorbell ringer as well, just so we have half a chance when in the house to actually hear the door has gone off.
The second issue is if you are not in the house, when you get a notification, by the time the protect app has opened and connected to the house (and if you are lucky to not be bothered for a 2 factor sign in, even though you have used face id to unlock your phone!) the person is long gone, it can take 20 seconds or more.
Finally you are paying for additional fluff that just is not necessary or good. The text display is tiny, people do not even see it there, so forget the messages and the light is limp.
This is a £200+ bell button, but sorry, its not good enough.
Easy to fit, the supplied screws are shockingly weak.
I can echo what others have said though. If someone does press doorbell and you want to talk to them, they can be round the block before UniFi mobile app is ready.
Using with Homebridge to get the HomeKit integration and works really well even though it isn’t supported, it is relatively painless to set up if you are that way inclined.