A home surveillance camera can assist with this by helping you to see what’s going on in your home without having to come too personal.
The Blink cameras are ideal for both indoor and outdoor use, and you can monitor the action on your phone or a compatible Echo system, such as an Echo Show.
You can now use your Echo Show and Echo Spot with Blink! You can use your voice to not only arm and disarm your cameras but also to see your Blink cameras. All you have to do is ask.
Blink cameras have customizable motion detection, two-way audio, and night vision, and can withstand elements like rain and snow. They’re durable and reliable for peace of mind.
Amazon’s Echo Show has all the Alexa features you love, plus the added convenience of a screen. It displays the time, has access to Prime Video, and (obviously) can show you what your security cameras are seeing.
Here is How to Connect Blink Mini to Echo Show
- Go to the Alexa app and search for Blink Smarthome under skills, you should find the skill with the Blink, an Amazon company logo.
- Click on it and then click on Enable Skill.
- That will take you to a Blink login page, where you login with your Blink credentials. If you log in correctly it will tell you that you have linked your Blink account.
- Follow the directions in the Alexa app to discover your Blink cameras. If you get lost go to SmartHome (under the top menu) and select Discover devices.
- It should discover your Blink cameras and add them to your SmartHome. You can rename them in the Alexa app to give them voice friendly names.
Once that is done, you can say “show me my” and your Blink camera will show Liveview on your Echo device.
This current skill is available in English and German and works with Echo Spot and Show.