Smart Home

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A smart home is a house with various electronic devices and systems that are connected to the internet and allow them to communicate with each other or be controlled remotely through a central device or app. These devices range from basic home automation products such as smart thermostats and lighting controls to more advanced devices such as security systems, smart locks and home entertainment systems.


Smart home devices are designed to make your life more convenient, comfortable and efficient. For example, you can remotely adjust the thermostat to save energy when you're not at home, or turn on the lights before you get home to create a welcoming atmosphere. You can also set routines that trigger several actions at once, such as turning off all lights and locking doors when you leave the house.

Smart home devices also offer advanced security features such as video doorbells, smart locks and motion sensors that allow you to monitor your home and control access from anywhere. You can receive alerts and view live footage of your home's entry points from your smartphone or other connected device, giving you peace of mind even when you're not home.

Smart home devices such as wireless doorbells and door cameras are part of a growing field of home automation. Smart home devices connect to the home Wi-Fi network as part of the smart home and can be controlled remotely via a smartphone app or other connected devices such as smart speakers or displays.

Wireless doorbell

Wireless doorbells are an intelligent evolution of traditional doorbells. They work by sending a notification to your smartphone or other connected device when someone rings the doorbell. They usually have a built-in camera and microphone, so you can see and communicate with whoever is at your door even if you're not home.

Some wireless doorbells also have a motion sensor that will tell you if someone is near your front door even if you don't ring. This feature can be useful in preventing trunk theft or other suspicious activity.

Our wireless doorbell range also includes 433 Mhz free band versions that do not require Wi-fi coverage.

Door camera

Door cameras are stand-alone cameras that are placed near the front door or other entrances. They are similar to wireless doorbells in that they usually have a built-in camera and microphone, so you can see and communicate with the person at the door even when you are not home.

Door cameras can be wired or wireless and can be connected to your home Wi-Fi network for remote access. Some door cameras also come with advanced features such as face detection, motion detection and night vision for even greater security and convenience.

Overall, these smart home devices can be a valuable addition to the security and convenience of your home. They allow you to monitor the entrances to your home from anywhere and communicate remotely with visitors or delivery staff. Browse our product range or visit our shop where we will show you our products in stock for you to try out.