The "Porch Cam"
The Problem with Video Doorbells
BEATS THE BEST VIDEO DOORBELL EVERYTIME! Why mess with your doorbell when you can have better coverage, better security and much better video performance with the easy to install Porch Cam?
The Porch Cam solves all the problems that come with a video doorbell. The Porch Cam is equipped with a wide angle lens and a 4K video chip. This combination provides far superior video and surveillance coverage than even the best video doorbell.
The problem with video doorbells: they can only see straight in front of them and are only effective up to 7-10 feet from the unit. The Porch Cam is installed as a normal surveillance camera and is not required to be 4 feet from the ground like a video doorbell. This gives the camera the viewing area and distance needed for quality area coverage. The Porch Cam's 4K video provides clear facial ID up to 50 feet from the camera.
The Porch Cam monitors your front door, entry and porch area. When motion is detected, the camera instantly sends an alert to you smart phone without the visitor ever knowing. Monitor their actions (in real-time) and, if needed, activate the built-in two-way communication, siren or high intensity LED flood lights directly from your smartphone. Active deterrence at its best!
The camera connects to your ProVue NVR with one Cat5 or Cat6 network cable and operates as a normal surveillance camera (no other cable or power source is required). This allows you to manage your entire video surveillance system and your front door activity with one easy to use ProVue smart phone app.
The NDAA Logo indicates the camera, electronics and supplier meet the requirements for use in U.S. government facilities.
The Porch Cam is compatible with all ProVue video recorders.
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