- Mar 9, 2014
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Ubiquiti looks to be expanding its UniFi Protect lineup with the impending launch of its G4 Video Doorbell acording to an FCC filing.
Does it have supported mobile app?Test from EZVIZ-DB1 Thread:
Getting the hang of it
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Yesterday at 3:07 PM
Left is G4, right is DB2
View from DB2 via Hik-vision app
View from G4
DB2 had a 3-4 second delay before door chime would go off, with the G4 it's instant.
DB2 had a 4-6 second notification delay, G4 has a 2-3 second delay.
We have 14 Unifi cams at the house so it made sense to have the G4 doorbell as well.
G4 supports RTSP as well.
I have their UDMP running Protect. I do not believe they allow Protect to be run on Docker, I think you are thinking of their old Unifi Video system (that is not compatible) with Protect or this camera. But you need a piece of hardware of theirs to run Protect.good, and this doorbell is a full protect device. but I think you need a protect DVR hardware or software running to use this camera with the app, I have a Protect Docker running on unRAID (no cams yet)
This doorbell I assume uses RTSP like the cams also. But I hope they turn on VoIP Video SIP support. or even UniFi Talk (Their VoIP System) support.
Does it have SIP support as a VoIP Video Phone.Yes iOS and Android
I don't know about SIPDoes it have SIP support as a VoIP Video Phone.
Does it support Alexa or Google Assist.
I was told UniFi has a Apple TV app, is it for viewing UniFi cams, if so can you get 2 way with it somehow, maybe bluetooth camera.
You can go into the webgui for the cam and switch to standalone mode to see if it has SIP support.
if you have a dream machine pro, does the doorbell support UniFi Talk