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You may be surprised at what kind of protection you can buy with a small amount of money. Now looking back and comparing to what makes up todays state of the art security and alarm systems, those systems appear completely inadequate by todays standards. For instance, new technological innovations, such as infrared and motion detection technology has completely changed the way an alarm system functions, makes them far more reliable and easier to operate. With these new state of the art components, a security perimeter can actually be set up outside of a home or business that completely surrounds the building. This means that an intruder no longer has to enter a building in order to be detected, because he will trigger the alarm as soon as he is detected outside. They have range of thirty five feet, operate day or night in any type of weather conditions and can easily tell the difference between a dog, a cat or a human. This means that you will never have to be bothered by false alarms and you certainly won’t have to contend with an intruder in your home. Another thing that has made todays security systems far more effective and reliable is wireless technology, that improves systems in a number of areas. Prior to wireless technology, a security system was connected by a series of wires running throughout a building and just like you have seen in the movies these wires could be cut to disable the system. Not only that but monitored systems had to be connected to the monitoring station by a land phone line that could also be cut to disable that end of the system as well. With new wireless technology the actual components that make up the total system operate without wires and communicate with the control panel by radio waves.

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Snow on camera lenses Should snow build up on your camera lenses, then any footage they captured won’t be much good. Position your cameras under a ledge or inside a box that protects them from snowfall. Check your cameras regularly, and if you see that snow has fallen on the lenses, wipe it away. Cracked camera lenses If temperatures drop too low, your camera lenses can freeze and crack. It could be a good idea to keep cameras capturing outside activity, inside the house, and simply have them facing a window. Or, consider putting them inside an insulated… Read moreThe content, including without limitation any viewpoint or opinion in any profile, article or video, contained on this website is for informational purposes only.

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Also, DIY home security systems don’t have the capability to connect to a professional monitoring service. This is a disadvantage when you’re out of town because emergency responders can’t be alerted when your alarm is tripped. Here are some more tips before buying a DIY Home Security System1. Make a security plan for your home. Write down how many locations or areas you want to protect. These include doors, windows, and other high risk areas. With a plan, you can best decide on what features to look for in a home security system. 2. Research online for the best home security products that suit your needs. You can also ask friends and family members their recommendations. As you gather information from others, take note of the issues they are encountering with their systems.

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