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Blink Video Doorbell + Sync Module 2 | Two-year battery life, Two-way audio, HD video, motion and chime app alerts and Alexa enabled — wired or wire-free (Black)

Blink Video Doorbell + Sync Module 2 | Two-year battery life, Two-way audio, HD video, motion and chime app alerts and Alexa enabled — wired or wire-free (Black)

as of June 27, 2024 11:52 pm
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  • Field of view: 135° horizontal, 80° vertical
  • Video resolution: Record and view in 1080p HD video during the day and with infrared HD night vision after dark.
  • Photo resolution: View captured images in 640 x 360 nHD
  • Camera frame rate: Up to 30 fps
  • Size: 130 x 42 x 34 mm
  • Weight: 91 grams
  • Power: Blink Video Doorbell Power: 2 AA 1.5V lithium metal (non-rechargeable) batteries. Existing chime wiring: 16-24 VAC Sync Module 2 power: 100-220V AC to 5V DC converter included. *Battery life of up to two years, based on default settings. Features may vary with configuration and settings. Battery life will vary based on device settings, use, and environmental factors.
  • Requirements: Always-on high-speed internet connection (such as broadband, fiber, or DSL). Wifi network: 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n.
  • Connection: Battery or wired
  • Available colors: Black, White
  • Minimum smartphone requirements: iOS 15.0, Android 9.0, or Fire 9.0
  • Blink app: Blink Home Monitor
  • Included in the box: Blink Video Doorbell, Sync Module 2, 2 1.5V non-rechargeable AA lithium metal batteries, mounting kit, USB cable, and power adapter.
  • Audio: Speaker output and 2-way audio recording.
  • LEDs: 1 LED ring to help you know when it’s active (optional). Flashes in blue, red, and green.
  • Warranty and service: 1-year limited warranty and service included. Use of Blink devices is subject to the terms found here.
  • Support: Click here to view more information on the Blink Video Doorbell support page. Click here to see the setup guide.
  • Generation: 1st Generation
  • Operating temperature: 4 to 113° F
  • Software Security Updates: This device receives guaranteed software security updates until at least four years after the device is last available for purchase as a new unit on our websites. Learn more about these software security updates.


  • Answer your door anytime, anywhere from your smartphone with 1080p HD day and infrared night video and two-way audio.
  • Experience up to two years of powerful battery life, custom alerts, privacy settings, and more.
  • Choose to save and share clips in the cloud with a free...

    User reviews

    Enormous latency. Product set up was easy. However, if you think the product is going to be used painlessly, I’ve ran into several problems. First - I have a high speed network that is super stable. I’ve checked wifi signal to the device and it is immaculate.I can have someone ring my doorbell, it will alert me no problem, but there is a 55 to 1:36 second delay from when I try to view the camera to see who’s there. Was expecting a little much from the product I guess.And it’s not a large home it’s attached to, whole house is 900 square feet, and there is a single wall between the router - so it’s not a connectivity issue nor a electrical interference issue. I can reliably connect to my wifi from the edge of the driveway with zero problems, and signal strength at 80%.Update 6/20/2024 Was a faulty unit! Latency has improved after RMA. Thanks again Kevin!
    Well, it works like it said it would. In the process of automating my home, and finally got around to adding a video doorbell. Awhile back I decided to go with amazon, mostly because the non-internet version (hubitat) I settled with was too involved a process to set up, and required more attention. I'm gone alot, and have a truckload of things to do when I get home, so I literally don't have the time to mess with something like that. Enter Alexa's repertoire of things I can utilize. Since I'm already subscribed to pretty much everything amazon has, may as well just go all in, right?Anyhow, item came in a day early (surprising, since I live in the middle of nowhere) along with my tp-link mesh system. Pretty much doing a tech overhaul at my house. Got rid of Starlink (great service, but support sucks in general) since spectrum entered into the area and signed up with them. Starlink uses just a single wireless router if you don't want to spend more $ for additional hardware. And then there's other issues I just didn't want to subject myself. I digress.... Set up the mesh system, got spectrum running, and started connecting things.First thing was the doorbell. This to me is still a novel thing. Yes I know its been around for awhile now, but remember, i'm doing a tech overhaul here. Didn't bother with such things before, nor cared too much about em. So, after some thinking, I installed it at the traditional place (front door), and used the wedge to angle it a bit to catch the front sidewalk. Connected it to the mesh system (took a minute, as I was unfamiliar with the system). It pretty much installs itself. It's all run off the phone as far as configuring and whatnot. You WILL be required to install the blink app. It's not part of the amazon app. Not sure why, ask Jeff about that one. Sync module is a no brainer, just follow the directions.Here's the interesting part. I don't need yet another subscription, so I opted out of the cloud storage thing. With the app, you can pull clips off the sync module using your phone, and do whatever you want with them anyhow, don't need a sub to get it. Save yourself a few dollars and go the route I went. Get a usb stick. HOWEVER, I didn't get a usb stick just for the sync module. I have a microsd storage card (350 gig) from my previous phone that I couldn't use in my new one (fold 5), so it just sat around being randomly used as a transfer tool between pc's. So why not use it as storage for the module? Well, I plugged it into a sd card multireader and stuck it into the module... AND IT WORKS. Amazon states max is 250, but I've got an extra 100 gigs with my microsd card :)Will tech support help if it breaks down? Doubt it. The research I did says that although higher capacity cards may or may not work in the module, support is limited to cards with a max of 250 gigs. Not sure how that works out, but I don't write software so whatever.Long story short, camera works great. Fiddle with the sensitivity though. I set it too high (lvl 7) and got alerts from the clouds going by. Dropped it to 6, but its too dark to tell if that helped. In the end, i'm happy with my purchase. Quality is great, and does what it says it's supposed to do. Good luck!
    Improvement Over Google Nest Doorbell. I recently decided to replace my Google Nest Doorbell which I have been using for several years now.As much as I wanted to love the the Nest, my experience with their products, or actually their Home App to control their products has been less than desirable.Besides being fussy with reconnecting to WiFi when it goes down for more than a few minutes, Google has a bad habit of releasing app updates that cause their devices to either no longer connect to the network, or refuse to connect with their servers and thus require the devises to be uninstalled and reinstalled to the app.Let's just say this is a long and arduous process that does not always work (like recently) and in many cases my Nest devices become unusable until Google decides to release a new app that corrects the problem (which can take weeks or longer).So after reviewing a number of other devices, I settled on Blink because it offers an option for storage/live access that does not require a monthly subscription.Installation, setup and use of the Blink doorbell so far has been easy and the only issue so far is the slight delay in receiving motion/doorbell ring notifications and the time it takes to pull up the live feed sometimes.Love that the device uses long life disposals AA lithium batteries instead of a non-replaceable rechargeable battery. Once I replace my old doorbell chime & transformer, I will likely wire the doorbell to it so it uses the battery for backup power.Next will be to add some of the Blink Outdoor Camera 4 to my system and seeing how these work over time.

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