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Personally, after having reviewed a number of these cameras, I now think that night vision of some type should really be a requirement. After all, if the camera cannot take an accurate and viewable picture after dark, what good is it?Do you really think that a burglar will come in broad daylight and leave their calling card?I think not!This model has 36 infrared LED lights that provide the night vision ability. I had no trouble seeing anything even in the dead of darkest night. Actually, the viewable range was at least as good at night as it was during the day. I could see faces very clearly up to about 25 feet. With the Defender SP301 C, the night vision is acceptable, but very basic. The camera has 12 Infrared LED lights, which allow you to see fairly clear images even in the dark. The downside is that these images are only viewable within about 15 feet. There are many, many other cameras with a much further range. On the other hand, how far do you really need to see?How would you determine someone is a threat until they get close to the home or business anyway?Is a burglar going to come strolling up with a crowbar or gun already brandished?This is not likely. Therefore, I personally take claims of a long range or field of vision with a grain of salt.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

I pay for the subscription but if the app doesn’t work half the time I may not renew when it ends this month. It worked so well for me in the past, not perfect of course what is but really I was liking how everything functioned. But this update now has me possibly looking at other brands as I was needing another one. Please fix or pull this update!Worst security System that I have ever encountered. The idea is great but this company is the worst tech company and customer Service business I have ever dealt with. Yes the device looks good and yes the app seems like it would be exactly what you need but it is HORRIBLE.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

In some implementations, the smart home environment 100 includes radio frequency identification RFID readers e. g. , in each room 152 or a portion thereof that determine occupancy based on RFID tags located on or embedded in occupants. For example, RFID readers may be integrated into the smart hazard detectors 104. The smart home environment 100 may also include communication with devices outside of the physical home but within a proximate geographical range of the home. For example, the smart home environment 100 may include a pool heater monitor 114 that communicates a current pool temperature to other devices within the smart home environment 100 and/or receives commands for controlling the pool temperature.