eufy Security Dual Cam Solo Video Doorbell E340
eufy Security Video Doorbell E340, Dual Cameras with Delivery Guard, 2K Full HD and colour Night Vision, Wired or Battery Powered, Expandable Local Storage up to 128GB, No Monthly Fee
Know instantly when a package arrives, and receive alerts if anyone approaches your package before you collect it.
Colour night vision sees faces clearer and increases the viewable distance at night.
Dual lights at the top and bottom are motion sensitive and light the way when approached at night. Provide added security and better vision for the night.
Without any fees you get full access to notifications and video recordings with anytime playback.
Local storage* with 8 GB of built-in capacity saves up to 60 days of event-based recordings. All your data is safe on your devices and is protected with Advanced Encryption, meaning your data stays private and for your eyes only.
Local storage can be expanded by connecting to a HomeBase 3 (S380), which has an internal storage capacity of 16GB, that can be expanded up to 16TB with a SATA hard drive. Store years of recordings, go back and relive precious moments any time.
Choose wired or battery power to suit your home or to adjust to changing needs. Works with existing doorbell wiring and chimes.
The battery pack is easily removable and fully charges in 5 hours. Keep a spare to avoid video doorbell downtime while charging.
Durable design allows the doorbell to function without interruption in any weather. From snow to thick fogs, heavy rain, or bright sunshine, it doesn't miss a beat.
No. It supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, but it doesn’t currently support HomeKit.
With 8 GB of eMMC storage built in, 90 days of video can be stored. This is based on an average of recording 30 videos, each of 20 seconds in length, per day.
No, it only supports 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi.
Yes, it works with HomeBase 2 and HomeBase 3.
1. Open the Amazon Alexa app and open the side menu. Tap Browse Skills > Skills & Games.
2. Search for the eufy Security skill.
3. Enable the eufy Security skill.
4. Enter your eufy account and password on the Link Account page.
5. Close the Successfully Linked window and tap Discover Devices to see which security devices you can control with Alexa.
6. Adjust the Alexa settings to suit your preferences.
7. Try out some commands, such as “Alexa, show me (insert device name).”