Brinno PHV1330 Digital PeepHole Viewer

by Mark R

Most of us have those peepholes on our door that let us see who is there, even if it is a distorted fisheye point-of-view. Brinno’s new generation of Peephole Viewer, the PHV1330, allow the user to see who is at the door on a 3-inch LCD, sans distort.

Not only can the PHV1330 get rid of the distort, but it can also take an image of the visitor at the door, and keep the image on a Micro SD card.

Another feature of the PHV1330 that trumps typical peepholes is that it has a brightness enhancer so it can see who is at the door when it is night out.

The PHV1330 is “easy to install” and stays on the door all the time. It isn’t on constantly as turning the power only lasts for a minute, but that’s all the glimpse you will need unless you will want to take a picture (to make it last longer). Yeah, I just had to add that last parenthetical.

You should be able to get the PHV1330 at many retail outlets for a price of about $99.99. It comes with 2 AA batteries for power, and you can also get some interesting accessories like a Motion Activated Sensor and a Knocking Sensor. You can find out more information about them at Brinno website.

2 reviews or comments

IT Rush Says: November 10, 2011 at 8:04 am

for less than a hundred bucks? not bad..

carl Says: November 10, 2011 at 11:36 am

I bought this digital peephole viewer at http://www.natureshost.com along with the knocking sensor. It works perfectly. I come home and see the images of everyone who came to the door. I ran tests, knocking on the door myself, knocking hard and soft and it worked every time. I love it.

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