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I wouldn’t have it any other way. How to choose your Easy DIY home security camera systemSo you have chosen to go the Easy DIY Home CCTV route. That’s a great choice if you want to get started right away and don’t want the hassle of researching and understanding how to put a home CCTV system together. First off, lets get the confusion about names out of the way. Home Security Camera System, Home Surveillance System, NVR Surveillance System, NVR Security System, NVR kit, IP Camera Surveillance Kit – these all typically mean the same, a complete kit that includes everything you need to get up and running. Choosing your digital network based home security system depends on the following:How many cameras do you need?Security camera systems are commonly specified by the number of separate channels they support.

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Consumers should keep in mind that these devices are not inexpensive and are intended to be an additional layer of protection on top of one’s regular security system. Although they can be bought individually to protect valuables, we still recommend getting a full home security system before considering purchasing these devices. While some components might be affected momentarily by a power outage, cellular and landline systems will continue to work even if there’s no electricity. Cellular systems use cell towers to communicate with the monitoring center as well as a battery backup that can keep them up and running for several hours until the electric service is restored. Landline systems use traditional phone lines to communicate with the monitoring center and, just like cellular systems, they usually have a battery backup to keep them working for a set period of time. However, Voice over Internet Protocol VoIP systems rely on Internet connection, and if the power outage is widespread and causes the Internet service to shut down, then the system won’t work.

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Both rooms are in the view. This was not just once, it’s a lot. Many times it will pick up a person walking in OR out of view BUT it dies not catch both. I have Alfred set up on a tablet that is next to the router and always plugged in charging, I’m not sure why I get logged out so often and it takes forever to get logged back in. The Alfred app was better and more reliable before all of these changes. I purchased a one month subscription to the premium for $3.

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