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Need some clarity on the Doorbell (POE version) and the corresponding buzzer that is plugged into a wall outlet...Do both have to be on the same (WIFI) network, or can I plug the buzzer into a completely separate building (different network), than the Doorbell portion?Are the two units (doorbell camera and buzzer) bound together via a QR code? Or does the buzzer need to be on the same network as the doorbell?
@avperede_213931771191537 Communication between the doorbell and the chime is via radio signals operating at 433MHz. So when the b**ton is pressed a message comprisings of 1s and 0s is modulated either in PWM or PMM and transmitted over radio signal operating at 433.92 MHz. The receiver in the chime decodes the message and sounds its buzzer. Before using the chime with the doorbell you need to pair them.
Thank you for the clarification! Interesting that a WIFI signal is not used here. Can I ask what the measured open-air distance is for this 433MHz signal being issued by the doorbell that's being sent to the buzzer/chime? There must be some specs on this listed somewhere.Is there a 433Mhz repeater (any recommendations?) that can be installed between the doorbell location and the buzzer/chime. I have a distance of 500ft from one end of the building to the other to cover.My cordless phones work about 1/2 that distance, which is why I was looking for a better solution using a video doorbell.Appreciated.
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