Netatmo Smart Video Doorbell user manual reveals install process

A manual for the upcoming Netatmo smart video doorbell has surfaced via a FCC filing. They announced the Netatmo Video doorbell in 2019, but it’s still yet to be released, so the user manual reveal is a great sign.

The FCC filing, first reported in a previous post, has all the references to previous test reports and photos. However, until recently the internal photos and user manual had been hidden from public view for 45 days from the grant of equipment authorisation, with the expiry being today, 30th March 2020.

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The manual reveals the full installation process that takes you step by step how to install the Smart Video Doorbell. It also lists the HomeKit process, but no mention of HomeKit Secure Video. Besides the instructions, it also lists what you will get when you buy the smart doorbell.

  • 1 Smart Video Doorbell.
  • 1 wall mounting plate.
  • 1 25° bracket.
  • 1 finish plate.
  • Chime module.
  • Wire connector.
  • Usb cable.
  • Additional fuse.
  • Drilling template.
  • User manual.

Netatmo has already confirmed the Smart Video Doorbell will feature a 160-degree field of view with 1080P recording. It has a 2 megapixel camera with 5x zoom and night vision via an infrared LED. It is a wired video doorbell and will be weather resistant.

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Jon Ratcliffe
Jon Ratcliffe
I have a huge passion for technology having worked in the sector for over 18 years in a variety of roles. I write for active JR covering wearables and smart home My reviews and information will talk about how the product works in reality and not just what the marketing departments want you to think.


  1. This looks like an interesting doorbell, but one big problem is that its operating temperature is only -10° to 40°C according to the specification. I have a south facing door with a dark brown metal frame. On hot summer days when the outside temperature is 35+°C that metal door frame is definitely more than 40°C. Last summer we had many days of more than 40°C here in south France, and that is measured in the shade.


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