Recent Posts

Categories

Search Site Blog

 

retail security systems

No contract required. Quick, easy installation. Cellular and Wi Fi connectivity, the latter of which is optional. Cons: Underwhelming camera options. Bottom Line: If you want to secure and monitor your home from afar without spending a bundle or signing a long term contract, there's a lot to like about the newly redesigned, versatile, and easy to use DIY SimpliSafe Home Security System. Read ReviewVivint Smart Home ReviewMSRP: $39.

Posted by Anonymous at 3:19PM | (6 comments)

security system review

The wireless home security system chosen should monitor every zone in the house. Further the system should be user friendly and effective during an emergency. The batteries used in the contact devices tends to be a costly as the same is to be replaced and each service call needs to be paid. The system therefore is a bit expensive compared to a hard wired system. One has to be a little technical savvy to avoid such expenditure and capable of reinstalling the batteries by oneself. Installation of the wireless security system is quite easy and once the control panels and sensors are properly placed at desired points, the system is operational and you stand protected. 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.

Posted by Anonymous at 3:19PM | (4 comments)

mobile life alert

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. Most downloaded security camera appEndorsed by 10 million families, including copsMust have for parents and pet ownersFavored by caregivers to help with their workYOU GET: Remote access: stream live video wherever you are. Motion sensor and instant alerts: always know when something happens. Free cloud storage : save and keep videos. Walkie talkie: interact with family, pets, delivery man, or deter intruder. 360 camera : cover a larger area with both lenses. WHY CHOOSE ALFRED?UNIVERSALAlfred is compatible with the majority of smartphones and tablets on the market. Did you get an iPhone X?As long as your devices run iOS 8 and up, it is compatible with Alfred.

Posted by Anonymous at 3:19PM | (8 comments)