Gigaset camera 2.0 is a new smart home device and today we are going to talk about its specs, price, and release date. It’s a compact and economical model. Gigaset 2.0 is able to work in the dark, can be integrated with other Gigaset Smart Home products, and can run 24 hours a day.
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Gigaset camera 2.0 specs
The needs for home security are increasing and the Gigaset camera 2.0 is a good choice for indoor surveillance. The device records live moving images in FHD quality, transmitting the encrypted information (WPA/ WPA2/ TKIP/ AES) via streaming to a smartphone, thanks to peer-to-peer data transmission.
It features infrared technology for night vision and it is able to see up to six meters and can also record sound with integrated two-way audio technology that allows additional communication features (Walkie-Talkie). It has sensors for movement detection and informs you via e-mail notification in case of alarm rings.
Videos are automatically recorded in FHD or HD format can be viewed from the Gigaset Smart Home application, available for Android or iOS. Mobile devices can play the live HD broadcast from the camera with real-time sound. In addition, various cloud memory expansions allow videos to be saved and downloaded for up to 30 days.
The camera can be mounted on walls, ceilings, or on shelves or cabinets, thanks to the included magnetic part. All you need is a power outlet and a Wi-Fi connection (You need at least 2MB/s connection speed).
It can be used separately or as a complement to a Gigaset alarm system. If the user already has Gigaset Smart Home sensors connected to his doors, windows or rooms, the camera will establish an active connection with them and full integration with the free Gigaset elements application.
Gigaset promises privacy, a point of great interest in this type of device. If you’re at home, permanent surveillance is neither necessary nor desired. That’s why the camera has a privacy mode which, when activated, prevents live transmissions or recordings. Furthermore, the Gigaset cloud server complies with data security standards so that any content remains private.
Gigaset camera 2.0 price and release date
Gigaset 2.0 camera is on sale in the Gigaset online store and in the retail channel at $190.