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Can a Smart Wireless Doorbell device replaced by QR Code, a QR Code Doorbell?

Updated: Feb 16

Smart Doorbell

A doorbell is a signalling device typically placed near a door to a building's entrance. When a visitor presses a button the bell rings inside the building, alerting the occupant to the presence of the visitor.


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Smart Wireless Doorbell

A smart wireless doorbell is an internet-connected doorbell that notifies the smartphone or other electronic device of the homeowner when a visitor arrives at the door. It activates when the visitor presses the button of the doorbell. The smart doorbell lets the homeowner use a smartphone app to watch and talk with the visitor by using the doorbell's built-in high-definition infrared camera and microphone.


Wireless doorbells are gaining popularity as they feature an array of varied options, and owners are relieved of the hassle of complicated wiring. Wireless doorbell functions through a transmitter that sends a coded signal when the outside button is pressed. There is a myriad of advantages of having a wireless doorbell in place of the wired one.



The disadvantage of a Smart Doorbell

Many users have complained that some models cameras do not have a great definition or that the audio is low in quality.


All of these doorbells work on batteries, and this needs regular checking. Consider the case when the battery gets discharged, when a visitor might press the bell button as much as they could, not a sound is heard, as the doorbell is dead. This may lead to some visitors leaving your premise unattended as they would guess that the house is empty.


A smart doorbell is a device/hardware, it required proper wiring and installation and these may be considered troublesome to some users. And it required replacement after a few years of use due to wear and tears.


QR Code

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QR Code

QR codes have become very popular. They’re everywhere, from websites to advertisements. They look a bit like barcodes but, instead of vertical stripes, they are made up of square-shaped patterns. As an increasing number of businesses start to use them, they are becoming more and more recognizable, and many smartphones now come with built-in QR readers.





Replacing a Smart Doorbell to a QR Code Doorbell

The patterns within QR codes represent binary codes that can be interpreted to reveal the code's data.


A phone number can be store as contact information in the code’s data and generate a QR Code that can print and paste on any house entrance to become your doorbell.

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TeleBell QR Code Doorbell

Visitors can use their smartphone with the built-in QR readers to retrieve the contact information to call (ring) the house owner. The owner can answer the visitors, anywhere, from the handphone similar to having a ‘Smart Doorbell’.


A ‘QR Code Doorbell’ has the features of a ‘Smart Doorbell’ enable the homeowner to answer the visitors from the handphone and also has the camera functions. But without the disadvantages, a ‘Smart Doorbell’ has.


QR Code Doorbell required no installation, therefore it does not need any wiring. All you need to do is to download the QR Code and simply paste the QR Code at the entrance of the house. It will never run out of battery, as it required no battery to power the doorbell system. You can print and paste the QR Doorbell as many as you like as is not a hardware or a device. It has no wear and tears issues of a Smart Doorbell.


QR Code Doorbell will become a popular choice for users in future, making a Smart Doorbell obsolete. As it required no installation, no wiring, no battery and it does not subject to wear and tear. But still have all the functions of a ‘Smart Doorbell’ device.


If you are interested in downloading your own ‘QR Code Doorbell’, you can click on TeleBell to get your QR Code Doorbell for free.


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