Legrand has announced its Connected Doorbell as the latest edition to its ELIOT program.
The ELIOT Connected Doorbell is a wireless doorbell that communicates directly with a limitless amount of smart devices. It works by sending a push notification to the resident of the home that somebody has rung the doorbell. The doorbell takes a photo of the visitor and sends the picture directly to the user’s connected device.
The user will receive a notification even when they’re not home and can communicate with the visitor from wherever they are.
Pictures are dated and stored for 30 days, and there are personalised doorbell ring tones available through the app. A speaker option can also be added and will act as receiver when the bell is called. If there is no WiFi, the ringer will continue to work seamlessly with the speaker.
The ELIOT Connected Doorbell does not require an Ethernet configuration and can be fixed to a wall or door using screws or adhesives (included) to avoid perforation. It has weatherproof rating of IP44 and impact rating of IK06.
It comes in a stylish round shape and is available in either a black or white finish.
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