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FIG. 10D is a block diagram of a doorbell camera system that has a voltage monitoring unit in a bypass unit in accordance with some implementations. The doorbell camera system 1000 includes a doorbell camera 106 having a doorbell button 1002, a camera module 1004, an LED indicator, a speaker, a microphone, a processor and memory including programs executed by the processor. The camera module 1004 further includes a lens assembly 704 and an image sensor array that are configured to capture images at a premises, and a wireless transceiver that is configured to exchange data with a remote server over one or more wireless communication networks. The doorbell button 1002 is configured to trigger a remote chime 1006 in response to a user press on a button top 702. In some implementations, the LED indicator is configured to illuminate through a peripheral edge 1040 of the doorbell button 1002 that surrounds the button top 702. The doorbell camera 106 is electrically coupled to the remote chime 1006 via a bypass unit 1012 powered by a transformer 1010 that provides an input AC voltage e. g. , by converting a mains power supply of 110V to the input AC voltage of 8V, 10V or 12V. The remote chime 1006 is configured to ring in response to a press on the doorbell button 1002. In some circumstances, a conventional doorbell is electrically coupled to the remote chime 1006 that is further coupled to the transformer 1010.

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, network interface 160, such as a router that provides Internet connectivity, networked storage devices, network routing devices, server system 164, etc. connected to one or more networks 162 via one or more communication interfaces 404 wired or wireless;an input processing module 426 for detecting one or more user inputs or interactions from the one or more input devices 414 and interpreting the detected inputs or interactions;a user interface module 428 for providing and displaying a user interface in which settings, captured data, and/or other data for one or more devices e. g. , the smart device 204, and/or other devices in smart home environment 100 can be configured and/or viewed;one or more applications 430 for execution by the smart device e. g. , games, social network applications, smart home applications, and/or other web or non web based applications for controlling devices e. g. , sending commands, configuring settings, etc. to hub devices and/or other client or electronic devices and for reviewing data captured by the devices e. g. , device status and settings, captured data, or other information regarding the hub device or other connected devices;a user interface module 622 for providing and displaying a user interface in which settings, captured data, and/or other data for one or more devices e.

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The picture itself is very impressive, I have showed friends and co workers my porch from the app and they have been blown away. You can even pinch zoom while watching the video. If the WiFi signal degrades, the picture quality seems to scale in my experience this normally happens when my toddler gets hold of the router antenna, which is a quick fix haha. As far as audio quality, I have never had any issue understanding anyone at the door using this device. Each SkyBell in the app has the ability to control speaker volume in case you find that it is too loud or if you live in close proximity to other neighbors, it is easy to decrease. I was skeptical that the picture was 180 degrees but it really does hit the entire porch from wall to wall, it is amazing the angle this little device captures.