The new contactless DoorBird IP video door station adds contactless ringing developed by Berlin-based manufacturer Bird Home Automation.
DoorBird’s new D2101WV model enables contactless ringing, protecting health and increasing safety. Visitors, customers and patients can no longer come into contact with viruses and bacteria by touching the doorbell. The new model was made for use in buildings with a high number of visitors, such as hospitals, kindergartens, medical offices and other office buildings.
The integrated module with a special sensor technology detects gestures, such as waving and approaching of the hand, at a distance of 10 centimeters and triggers a bell signal at an IP chime or indoor station. The hand gesture can also trigger a pre-configured relay, which then opens the door automatically. Other actions can also be performed, for example, sending a push notification to the homeowner’s smartphone or an HTTP(S) call to a building automation system, or initiating a SIP call.
The modern IP technology also enables communication with visitors via mobile devices. Homeowners can see live video of the entrance area, talk to their guests and open the door from their smartphones and tablets via the DoorBird app.