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Hi, got some issue, client has system with HC-800 and 2.9.1. builder forgot to bring cables to front door. client has zigbee doorbell, but it doesn't work well, got disconnected after every power outage. as well he wants something newer. what options do we have? 

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4 hours ago, vitali said:

Hi, got some issue, client has system with HC-800 and 2.9.1. builder forgot to bring cables to front door. client has zigbee doorbell, but it doesn't work well, got disconnected after every power outage. as well he wants something newer. what options do we have? 

Is the missing cables including power cables as well?

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yep. ring. is it best/only option? just trying to see what options do we have.

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40 minutes ago, Amr said:

Is the missing cables including power cables as well?

nothing comes to door.

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U have nothing except battery based WiFi then, with every power outage it will also wait till AP’s work again so not going to be faster, maybe u can use Zigbee Extender 3 for a stronger signal?

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6 hours ago, msgreenf said:

Ring?

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At my old house i used ring with battery and our IFTTT driver.  Worked well.  Only had to charge it once every 4-6 months.  What was nice was that it emailed me when the battery was low and needed charging.  Charged up in about 4 hours from memory.

At my new place i still use the same ring doorbell buts its permanently powered using the old doorbells cabling.

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27 minutes ago, alanchow said:

At my old house i used ring with battery and our IFTTT driver.  Worked well.  Only had to charge it once every 4-6 months.  What was nice was that it emailed me when the battery was low and needed charging.  Charged up in about 4 hours from memory.

At my new place i still use the same ring doorbell buts its permanently powered using the old doorbells cabling.

Hi, how are you?  ifttt driver for Ring? how much? does it work with 2.9.1? did you do that driver? 

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1 minute ago, vitali said:

 

Hi, how are you?  ifttt driver for Ring? how much? does it work with 2.9.1? did you do that driver? 

Our IFTTT driver works for alot of stuff but one of the use cases (at least in my house) is ring doorbell press and motion

https://www.chowmainsoft.com/ifttt

Blackwire also have a ring doorbell driver as well which they sell.

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Just installed a Ring with the Blackwire driver. It all works very well together, almost no delay to C4. Wasn't a fan of having to use another app and their subscription service, but it;s pretty slick. 

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18 hours ago, KWD said:

Just installed a Ring with the Blackwire driver. It all works very well together, almost no delay to C4. Wasn't a fan of having to use another app and their subscription service, but it;s pretty slick. 

Thanks!

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Just installed a Ring with the Blackwire driver. It all works very well together, almost no delay to C4. Wasn't a fan of having to use another app and their subscription service, but it;s pretty slick. 

But you still you have to use ring’s app for video conferencing.


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11 minutes ago, Jimeu said:


But you still you have to use ring’s app for video conferencing.


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yes, it's an event driver not a video driver

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12 hours ago, msgreenf said:

yes, it's an event driver not a video driver

Can I buy it by my self or though company? does C4 need 4sign licenses?

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On 5/20/2019 at 6:25 PM, alanchow said:

Our IFTTT driver works for alot of stuff but one of the use cases (at least in my house) is ring doorbell press and motion

https://www.chowmainsoft.com/ifttt

Blackwire also have a ring doorbell driver as well which they sell.

With IFTTT driver (sorry, have nether worked with) I can do it by my self? any tutorial for that?

Thanks.

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On 5/23/2019 at 8:04 AM, vitali said:

With IFTTT driver (sorry, have nether worked with) I can do it by my self? any tutorial for that?

Thanks.

Once the IFTTT driver is installed you can do this yourself.  Our website has a wealth of information including examples on integration between IFTTT and numerous products and services.

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