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Doorbell Camera Pro
Protect your porch and packages.
Vivint’s doorbell camera senses packages. The doorbell also alerts intruders in case they try to steal your packages. You can also open the door from anywhere. With Vivint app, you can also control the garage door.
Enjoy ultimate peace of mind by choosing Vivint as your home security provider with 24/7 customer support, professional monitoring and emergency response, and industry leading devices.
Top-tier smart home
Create a safe environment with unrivaled Vivint technology and smart home automation.
Control the whole system with our easy-to-use app. From the Vivint app, you can manage cameras, alarms, lights, thermostats, garage doors, and notifications. The Vivint app is the central command center for all of Vivint’s smart home capabilities.
Get a smarter smart home—customized and professionally installed—with 24/7 alarm monitoring to protect your home.
About Home Security Systems
- Nearly half of the people who have a home security system added it to make their homes safer. Currently, doorbell cameras and live streaming video are the most popular home security features to consumers. However, for a home to be fully protected from all angles, an entire security solution must be considered beyond just the front door.
- Today’s home security systems can have various accessories, components, and layers to create a custom fit solution for your family’s needs and framework of your property. Most home security systems include 24/7 professional monitoring, streaming video recording and playback, cameras, alarms, motion detectors, and point-of-entry sensors.
Alarms and protection
- Most home security systems start with a need for basic protection to let you know if someone is entering your home. They might utilize sensors and loud alarms to deter trespassers.
- Sensors can be placed on doors or windows and are activated if they’re opened, or they can be activated in a room if there’s any motion or movement. Like the Vivint Ping Camera for indoor use or the Vivint Doorbell Camera Pro for outdoor use, cameras integrate with other products within a Vivint Security System.
- Alarms are also critical to alert your family quickly if fire, flooding, or carbon monoxide are detected.
- Vivint’s battery-powered smoke detector notifies everyone in the home with an alarm. It sends an alert to the control panel, app, and remote support specialists. It also connects with the other products in your home security system to stop airflow if a fire is detected. Stop a flooded basement before it causes significant damage with the Vivint Water Sensor. And feel secure that emergency authorities will be contacted if your home is exposed to odorless and dangerous carbon monoxide with the Vivint CO Detector.
Communication throughout the house
- Whether it’s a conversation with someone on another floor or speaking with someone at your front door, a home security system with the right features can help you communicate. All Vivint cameras have integrated two-way speakers and microphones to make communication simple.
- Loved ones can reach you directly through the Vivint Ping Camera by merely pressing a button on top. It’s built-in to a small one-pound camera that can be placed where it’s convenient in your home, mounted on the wall or on a tabletop.
- Having an entire system that can be controlled by voice makes communication even more accessible. Vivint home security devices can be integrated with Google or Alexa to increase accessory functionality and broaden communication throughout your home to create a true smart home experience.
- Having remote access means being able to do specific tasks when you’re not at home. It can be as simple as turning on and off lights, or more complex like adjusting the thermostat if the weather suddenly changes.
- Some home security systems have the added benefit of allowing you to open doors remotely. If you have a neighbor who needs to grab something from your garage or a repair person who needs to enter your front door, that access is easy with smart locks.
- Kwikset Smart Locks integrates seamlessly with the Vivint Home Security System. The locks can also be programmed with other automatic functions when your doors are locked or unlocked. For instance, you can set your thermostat to drop five degrees and all lights to turn off when you lock your doors in the morning. Or put it to turn on all lights in a specific area when doors are unlocked.
Conveniently controlled in a central location
- With any home security system, managing various products and ensuring they’re integrating is a vital component. That convenience not only makes life easier, but it will also give you a sense of security.
- Each Vivint home security system element can be monitored and controlled from the central Smart Hub or the Vivint app on your mobile device. At the touch of your fingertips, you can make sure that your home is safe while quickly addressing anything unexpected.
- You can also rely on Vivint’s 24/7 home monitoring and support specialists, who will be notified immediately if a security device in your home is triggered. Then they can take action if you or your family are in danger. If they can’t reach you, they may call the police if a motion sensor is activated or the fire department if a smoke alarm is triggered.
- The number one reason to consider a home security system is to protect your home and family. However, many of today’s home security systems go beyond just providing personal protection. Manual tasks around the house like turning lights on and off, adjusting the thermostat, and shutting the garage door are now automated and integrated into the traditional home security system.