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In addition to monitoring your home, the is a camera that’ll just look great wherever you put it. Being designed to work together, the compatible PC/Mac app can preview live stream from all 4 cameras simultaneously. To make accessing the video stream of the cameras convenient on the go, you can use the compatible iOS and Android app with the mobile device that you use. Not all wireless security cameras are rugged enough to stand up to long term in outdoor environments. A convenient feature of this Professional IP System is that the cameras can be used both indoor and outdoors. Our IP 3MP Wireless Dome Camera can stand up to rain, snow, sun, and extreme temperatures of both winter and summer.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Afterwards, attach the smoke and CO detector to the mounting bracket by twisting the device into place depending on the spot where you want to install it, you may need to take additional steps to prevent any unauthorized removable – you can lock the battery compartment and/or the detector using the locking pins. As you know, the smoke alarms use two types of sensors to detect any life threatening emergencies: the ionization sensors to detect fast burning fires and the photoelectric sensors to detect fires in their early stages smouldering fires. The ionization sensor uses a chamber filled with ionized air and, when smoke enters it, the sensor triggers the alarm. Because of its nature, the ionization sensor tends to be more sensitive at detecting small particles, therefore more often triggering false alarms. The First Alert 2 in 1 steered clear of the ionization sensor and only went for the photoelectric type. The photoelectric sensor is better suited at detecting larger particles usually from smouldering fires, that don’t erupt immediately into flames by using a light beam inside the detector which doesn’t directly hit the sensor, but will do so in case smoke enters the device and forces the light towards the sensor. Besides the smoke detecting sensor, the First Alert 2 in 1 also has a Carbon Monoxide Electrochemical sensor which has the role of detecting any rising levels of CO inside the room and triggering the alarm when the concentration crosses the safety levels there will be both visual and audible signals – up to 85dB at around 10 feet. If the sensor detects increasing levels of Carbon Monoxide, the CO LED will flash a red colour and the audible alarms will have the following pattern: four beeps, then pause, four beeps and then pause. Otherwise, if the sensor detects smoke in the room, the Power/Smoke LED will flash a red colour, while the audible alarm will beep three times, pause and again three beeps and pause. You can silence any of the alarms by pressing the Test/Silence button: if the smoke alarm has been silenced, then it will remain silent for about 15 minutes before reactivating if the smoke has not been cleared; if the CO alarm has been silenced, it will remain silent for up to 4 minutes before reactivating again if the CO levels haven’t decreased. Now, let’s get to the smart part of this smoke/CO detector.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

In a Pew Research poll carried out a month after Snowden’s disclosures although there was some indication that people changed their behavior in terms of electronic security, attitudes about government surveillance remained similar. According to the Pew Research Center:In summary, George Orwell’s novel, 1984, presents what is often considered to be a frightening picture of the use of surveillance data collected by the government. While much of what Orwell seemed to fear has become a reality in today’s world, the current reality of the negative consequences of participatory surveillance far surpasses what Orwell envisioned. Participatory surveillance is engaged in when individuals knowingly allow websites to access personal information entered in profiles and online forms as well as when easily gathered recordings of oneself and others through commonly owned mobile technology. This process is a type of passive permission for others such as insurance companies, marketing firms and service providers to gain access to our online information even when we have some semblance of a reason to believe it will be kept anonymous or private. The novel 1984 was authored by a liberal and objective socialist not long after the Second World War had ended.