At- A- Glance Features
Below, I have created tables which show the different features that this device has. I have divided the features up into different tables to make it easier for you to read.
Those tables are; (1) video and audio, (2) software, (3) connection and storage, (4) power and (5) design and warranty. The first table is visible.
To view the other four tables click on the down arrow on the left hand side of the heading.
Video & Audio Features
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Now that you have had a chance to look at a quick overview of the Optex iVision’s features, it is time to have a look at these features in much more depth as you decide if this is the perfect video doorbell for you.
Video and Audio
Video Resolution There are no specifications that I can find on the resolution of the video on the handheld unit. All that we do know is that the screen size is 2.4″.
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Night Vision It has LEDs that come on at night to help keep a clear picture in low light levels.
Live View You can connect the handheld monitor to the video doorbell at any time to get a live view of what is happening outside of your front door. The Vision + labels this as “Active Browsing”.
Motion Detection This device can only detect motion if it is paired with another product, the RCTD 20U.
The visitor or intruder needs to press the doorbell in order for you to be alerted.