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Installing this security camera is bit complicated that is why it is recommended to hire a professional to do the job. It is ideal for commercial installations. Bullet CamerasThis type of security camera is contained in a bullet shaped housing. Most bullet cameras are sealed and weatherproof, yet cannot use different lenses. The great advantage of this camera is its integrated designs and small size that also has infrared LED built in. This infrared technology is not visible to human eye. It illuminates viewing area to ensure monitoring even in complete darkness. However, it works on limited distance up to 50ft. It is aesthetically designed and very simple to install making it ideal to install in residential. Board CamerasThis security camera has fixed lens mounted on circuit board. It is also known as spy cameras due to its pinhole lens that is concealed for surveillance purposes.

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Alexa is gaining the ability to group multiple devices together, so that you can say, "Alexa, Goodnight," and everything will shut off. However, with Samsung's SmartThings smart home hub $99, you can do that now, and you can connect other devices, too, such as door and window sensors. "I am most interested in information about anti burglary systems and fire protection systems. … I've recently heard about Nest Protect. It looks like a good system, but I have never tested it and have no comparison. " KrystiansWe have yet to test anti burglary systems, but Samsung announced a partnership with ADT and will start selling a home security starter kit $549. This includes a central base station that is also a SmartThings Hub, two window/door sensors and a motion detector. You can add ADT monitoring services for $14. 99 for life safety and $24. 99 for security services. Nest ProtectThe Nest Protect is our top smart smoke detector.

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