When you hear “Knock, knock,” the standard American peephole is not so good for identifying “Who’s there?”
Want to find out who’s knocking at your door, ward off burglars, or capture evidence against anti-social behaviour, problem neighbours or nuisance callers? Increase your door security and feel safe in your own home with the Digital Door Viewer.
This ingenious gadget is essentially a door camcorder made up of the camcorder/motion sensor and a colour LCD display that fits over your current peep hole and automatically records every visitor who triggers the motion sensor. See who’s at the door before you answer and playback recordings with sound of previous visitors on the high resolution 1.5 inch screen without them knowing this is your first line of defence against unwanted visitors and can help bring confidence to anxious or frightened residents.
An on-screen grid of video clips allows you to find the recording you want fast, while straightforward navigation keys allow you to quickly scroll through older recordings according to their time and date. The patented mounting system is quick and easy to install and the internal memory is expandable up to 4GB with an SD card, providing 11 hours of recording.
There’s just one downside:
The Digital Door Viewer does not work well in very low light conditions, nor will it operate through storm, screen or glass door.
(Via Unplggd. Pat, I’d like to buy a vowel.)