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The device housing 702 is mechanically fixed onto the mounting plate 800, when the first and second fastener structures are fastened to each other. In some implementations, the mounting plate 800 includes a third fastener structure 808 located at a second end of the mounting plate 800, and the third fastener structure 808 is configured to mate with a fourth fastener structure 728 located at a corresponding end of the rear exterior surface of the device housing 702. The device housing 702 is mechanically fixed onto the mounting plate 800, when the first and third fastener structures 806 and 808 are fastened to the second and fourth fastener structures 726 and 728, respectively. In a specific example, the third fastener structure 808 includes an extended holding structure, and the fourth fastener structure 728 of the device housing 702 includes a recess hole configured to receive the extended holding structure. The extended holding structure may be pulled out of the recess hole of the device housing 702 when the device housing 702 slides along a longitudinal direction 812A or a transversal direction 812B, but not when the device housing 702 is pulled by a separation force having a direction perpendicular to a front exterior surface of the device housing 702. Further, the first fastener structure 806 may include a snap fastener configured to lock onto the respective fastener structure 726 of the device housing 702. Once locked onto each other, the snap fastener 806 and the respective fastener structure 726 securely hold the device housing 702 onto the mounting plate 800, thereby onto the wall or doorframe surface to which the mounting plate 800 is mounted. Alternatively, in another example, each of the first and third fastener structures 806 and 808 includes a respective snap fastener configured to lock onto the respective fastener structure 726 or 728. The mounting plate 800 may include an opening 810 configured to let through one or more electrical wires, such as the power supply line and the ground line that can be electrically coupled to the plurality of wire terminals 720 of the doorbell camera 106. In some implementations, in accordance with the process 850 of mounting the doorbell camera 106, the mounting plate 800 is fixed onto an area of the surface where the power supply line and the ground line are located. The power supply and ground lines come out of the surface, pass through the opening 810, and are connected to the plurality of wire terminals 720 located at the rear exterior surface of the doorbell camera 106.

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With an add on module, you can link this camera to Wyze's motion sensors and smart bulbs, as well as to third party smart home devices with Alexa and Google Assistant. 99/month afterwards. Upgrade to 4K recording for $1. 99/month per camera. Reasons to BuyExcellent 4K videoOptional color night vision videosComprehensive, easy to use softwareGood audioReasons to AvoidCan log in from only one device at a timeWeb portal requires Adobe Flash:Expensive Check AmazonCheck Walmart?Not only do the Arlo Ultra’s 4K cameras deliver the best quality we’ve seen from a wireless security camera, but it also uses that extra resolution to enable digital track and zoom, which makes it easier to follow and ID a person as they move across the frame. A built in spotlight also enables color recording at night, and it has dual microphones for better audio. Plus, the Arlo Ultra’s base station will be compatible with the company’s smart home security kit, due out later this year. All of this will cost you, though: A single camera with the hub is $399, and extra cameras are $299 each. And if you want to save 4K videos, it’s an extra $1. 99 per camera per month, on top of the $9. 99 monthly plan, the latter of which is waived for the first year.

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net for security-cameras.html">such contribution. It is advised that you conduct your own investigation as to the accuracy of any information contained herein as such information, including without limitation any quote, is provided "as is" for informational purposes only. Further, HomeSecuritySystems. net shall not be liable for any informational error or for any action taken in reliance on information contained herein. Vivint shines through its proprietary equipment, which stands out in its sleekness and functionality compared to that of its competitors. The system’s operating hub is the Sky Control, a 7 inch color touchscreen device from which you activate and deactivate your system, lock and unlock doors, view video feeds, adjust smart home devices, and much more. Vivint’s other devices such as sensors and outdoor and doorbell cameras are equally high end and compatible with 3rd party smart home devices. The system uses a cellular connection, which protects against burglar wire cutting, but may be an issue in rural areas where the cellular signal is weak. The chief positives Link Interactive brings to the table are the wealth of security options offered for different homeowner needs and flexible price points. You can choose which equipment you need and select between three plans of ascending cost. The flexibility extends to the contracts, as well: customers have the option of selecting between 1,2, and 3 year contracts, or having no contract at all.