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The YY45 peephole camera from YALE offers modern builders a contemporary way to do away with the conventional, mechanical "peephole" on a door. The glass lens typically built into the door is replaced by a 0.3 megapixel camera. With its 105° wide-angle effect, the peephole camera allows you to easily survey the entire area in front of your door. It is no longer possible to hide in a blind spot.
The image is transmitted from the camera via radio or cable to a 3.2-inch LCD display.
The monitor has high colour brilliance and thus displays an accurate picture even in poor lighting conditions. This makes it easy to see who is in front of your front door, even with impaired eyesight. With a simple push of a button, the camera turns on and transmits the image from outside. After about 10 seconds, the screen and camera automatically turn off. That way, the device does not consume any unnecessary battery power and is always there when you need it. This high-quality digital peephole camera is available in black and silver.
The digital peephole camera, which includes a camera and display, is an effective solution for private households. The curved camera lens creates a comfortable viewing angle, making it easy to view the entire area in front of your door. So you don't have to look for your glasses or go to the door to find out who is on the other side of your door. People with physical disabilities, such as wheelchair users or older people are especially advised to use a digital peephole camera. You can easily see what is happening in the entrance area of your house or apartment even when sitting down. Other advantages include:
This peephole camera type is also practical for children, as it does not have to be attached so high up on the front door. The monitor can be installed in such a way that your little ones can also view it. The digital version of the conventional peephole is also useful if you don't always want to go straight to the door when the doorbell rings. Thanks to its wide range of applications, it's possible to recognise who is in front of the door camera and what is happening there even from a distance.
If your front door already has a classic peephole, installing the new digital door viewer will be particularly easy. First, the old peephole must be removed before the new electronic door viewer can be installed. In most cases, the former can be unscrewed and then removed. If this is not the case, you will need a lever that is as flat as possible as well as an impact tool, which should have about the same diameter as the peephole. After the cover of the peephole has been removed, the remaining part can be carefully knocked out of the opening.
If the door did not previously have a classic peephole, a corresponding hole must be drilled before installation.We recommend using a circular drill or a hole saw for this. Once the hole has been drilled, the camera cable is first fed through before the camera is attached.
In principle, a modern, digital door viewer consists of a camera including cylinder thread and a precisely fitting counterpart to which the LCD screen or TFT display is connected. It is important that the cable is properly routed through the door opening and not twisted. After that, all you need to do is properly align the door viewer in order to optimally capture both invited and uninvited guests.