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The recent economical crises make people do desperate things. There are man items in your house that for example a drug addict, can sell pretty fast for cash. An average burglary will make you lose between $1000 and $ 5000. 5:Home security systems are hard and expensive to install. I most of the cases when you go for a reputable company the installation is included in the purchase of the system and the package If you do not want to pay for monitoring you can still install it your self. A wireless system is pretty simple to set up and most system comes with detailed instructions, Just follow them and you will be surprised how easy it can be. 6:When the power goes out my security system want work anymore. Most security systems come installed with a back up battery. In case of a power outage the battery will take over and you will still be protected There are systems available that are 100% battery operated and do not rely on any other power source. I hope after reading these 6 misunderstandings you have a better understanding of home security and the available systems and that there is no reason not to find the right one for your situation. ADT remains one of the most traditional home security brands on the market, but the company has updated its packages with a Pulse line of smart home devices.

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Alternatively one can also get the system installed by a contractor or a company specialized in the service at a nominal cost. Word count: 590What better topic to discuss this time than smart security devices that are simple to use, in addition to being smarter and in most cases cheaper than your average home security system?Cocoon Although very small, Cocoon pictured above has a few aces up its sleeve. It will keep your place safe by tracking noise levels and reporting any unusual sounds via the Cocoon app on your smartphone. Cocoon is being featured on Indiegogo, with shipping to backers scheduled for December 2015. At the time of writing this article, only a triple pack three devices was available for purchase, for $999. With this all in one device, you get a motion activated security camera, as well as air quality, humidity and temperature sensors.

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We’ve all dealt with photos that are too dark to make out any details. It’s frustrating when it’s a wedding photo, but it’s nerve racking when you’re trying to capture a face or license plate after a break in. Pay attention to the existing lighting in the areas where you want to install security cameras. Look for the night vision range of each camera and consider how much area you want to cover. And beware of using an indoor camera to look outside; they can’t usually capture images through a window or after dark. You cannot use cameras alone for home security. That needs a different approach of boots on the ground, regular patrols and guard dogs, proper perimeter fencing, security floodlights, sirens, physical access barriers, electronic barrier breach detection with security cameras being one of the devices used. Considering just the camera part, a security audit is needed to identify weak points, and how to address them one by one with the optimal number and placement of cameras. Apart from physical security, one issue with wireless cameras, and in particular IP cameras is whether they can be accessed from an external network, how frequently vulnerabilities are patched so the window of available exploits remaining viable is short, and how to secure the vast amount of data generated, all to ensure that someone isn’t using it to monitor a range of targets over time to learn patterns/routines. One often sees comments about unexplained “voices” over the camera two way speaker speaking to the kid when the parents are away, and the suspicion that if that’s the case, someone is also watching. This focus on security is missing from this write up.

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