- Press the Power button under the LCD panel to turn on the viewer and see clearly who’s at the door.
- The first push of the Power button will put the PeepHole Viewer into “Regular” view mode. - If the button is pressed a second time while the viewer is still on, the display will go into “Zoomed View”.
- Repeated pressing of the button causes the viewer to rotate between the two viewing modes: “Regular” and “Zoom”.
- The viewer will turn off automatically after 10 seconds to conserve battery life. Any press of the button will restart the timer for 10 seconds.
- One set of AA batteries will last up to 1700 'peeps'
We're not sure this is something we'd need in our apartment, but the security device seems a useful aid for someone like our own mother; someone concerned with security and is hesitant to answer the door even with a peek through the peephole because of worsened vision. $138 for the Brinno Digital Peephole Viewer.
[via Red Ferret]