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Not interested in colorful lights but still want that incredible granular control over an all white bulb?Philips has the Hue White coming in at an almost bargain price, at least for smart bulbs. It even has bulbs you can use outdoors. DIY home security solutions in which homeowners install and monitor the systems on their own are in high demand. Consumer interest in these products is high enough that many have been funded by Kickstarter projects that raise millions of dollars. Startups aren't the only ones making money off the DIY demand. Products from corporate titans such as Google's Nest and Dropcam are also diversifying the market.

motion sensor

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

org and the Canadian Security Association canasa. org to make sure they have pledged to uphold industry standards. Ask about all charges up front. Prices for home security systems will vary based on the level of protection and type of technology used. Be sure to compare bids on similar systems. Do not forget to factor in the initial installation charge, as well as monthly monitoring fees.

iris scanner

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

This is a big jump for doorbell devices. Now, you can place your ring doorbell in the most optimal area to view deliveries, people walking up to the door or you can check on what’s happening in the neighborhood even if it’s across the street. This beats out all of the other enhancements from other video doorbell devices in the market. I’ve seen some bad doorbell placements and you can tell that the builders never envision that someday people would be replacing their doorbells with security video cameras. Another reason why RING is killing the competition is that their batteries last sooo long. With regular everyday use, I’ve seen units last several months before they need to recharge which is very easy to do. Some of my clients even have several RING video doorbells covering their front door, backdoor, enclosed fence and garage entrances. Screwing in the camera to the front door itself is very popular as well since you can get the perfect height and center view for your cameras. Now it is better to use your existing wiring if you can because you don’t have to worry about battery charging but if it’s only one or twice a year, I don’t think most people would mind. Also, it charges like a mobile phone. Plug in a USB charger for a few hours and you’re ready for several more months of video surveillance.