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This DIY home security system activates the siren then dials your phone or sends a text message in case of intrusion. With the remote monitoring you can call the system at any time and check the status, remotely arm, or disarm the alarm and use the intercom function. This allows you to protect your home and your belongings easily with a simple phone call. The Dual network will allow you to connect the unit to both your landline and GSM simcard in the event that one fails, this provides back up security. The landline protection allows you to be protected if your landline is cut by an intruder with a siren that automatically sounds. Functions or a high end alarming monitoring system without monthly feesTotally wireless with a built in GMS dialerActivates the siren then dials your phone or sends a text messageAllows you to connect to the unit of both your landline and GSM simcardLandline protection– Anthony Dawson View on Amazon See also onAmazon.

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Monitored home security systems cost between $20 and $60 per month. Although criminology research suggests most intruders flee at the first sound of an alarm, complete home security offers more than just crime prevention. Protection from natural disasters, home appliance malfunctions, and medical emergencies should also be considered. In addition to providing more comprehensive protection, complete home security systems that are backed by professional monitoring services may also qualify customers for discounted homeowner’s insurance premiums of up to 20 percent. Learn more about professional home security monitoring here. Learn more about how much home security systems cost here. Minimum $49. 99/month services agreement required. Minimum $599. 99 equipment purchase may be financed subject to an agreement with one of Vivint’s financing partners. $49 to $199 installation fee applies.

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4 GHz 128 bit encryption signal to prevent possible jamming of the RF signals by sophisticated thieves which frankly is unlikely, but why not have the added protection?. The Lyric Controller can receive voice commands to control Z Wave automation smart scenes and other features with the use of it’s built in microphone. There are three basic commands the Lyric alarm control panel will understand Hello Lyric, Hello Lyric home, and OK Lyric. Once the trigger word has been stated you can then follow with your automation smart scene name such as Returning Home, Wake Up, Evening Time, or Bedtime. These scenes can include an array of Z Wave connected devices to lock/unlock a door, lower a connected thermostat, turn on/off or dim lights, close or open your garage door. The Honeywell Lyric Controller has also added integration with the new Skybell HD Video Doorbell though you will need the DBCAM version to work with Total Connect 2.

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