The high-end and elegant
wireless connected video door bell
For greater security: identify visitors on your doorstep
Equipped with a wide-angle 160° full HD camera and night vision, the Philips WelcomeEye Link intercom is effective in all situations. Whether you are at work, in the garden or on the other side of the world, this smart solution means you can be notified in real time when someone visits your home.
Activated at the press of a button, it sends a notification to your smartphone, wherever you are, to inform you that someone is present. Thanks to its integrated microphone and speaker, you can interact with the visitor, invite them in or not, or ask a delivery driver to leave a parcel with a neighbour. For greater security, the automatic detection feature means you can be notified if someone is present in the intercom’s field of vision (adjustable distance), helping to prevent attempted intrusions.
For easier installation and use
Easy to install and use, this solution will become a must-have accessory in your everyday life to easily manage access to your home. Intuitive and user-friendly, it is wireless and does not require an external power supply. Simply connect it to your home’s Wi-Fi router to control it using the Philips WelcomeHome application (available to download on iOS and Android smartphones), or using voice command (Google Assistant or Alexa).
Philips WelcomeEye Link operates with a rechargeable battery that only needs to be charged every 6 months (6 months on average with one call per day). Another point that makes it stand out from the other solutions available is that this next-generation doorbell comes with a 32 GB SD card which automatically records a photo or video when it detects someone hanging around your doorstep. There is therefore no need to subscribe to a cloud service to store your data.
Your connected home is simpler and safer
Ask your voice assistant to display the images from your Philips WelcomeEye Link on your Android 8.1 (or more recent) television
“Hey Google, active Link”
“Alexa, active Link”