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What kind of wireless home security components can be found out there?Basically, anything that you can have hardwired you can easily create a wireless version. This means that you'll be able to replace all your old security cameras, your motion detectors, your burglar alarms, your keypads and even your smoke detectors to wireless form. You could go for a complete wireless home security system, including a control panel, a monitoring screen, keypads, security cameras, door and window sensors, motion detectors and so forth. The price of such a full wireless home security system varies heavily and is dependent on many factors, including the amount of zones it can cover, the quality of its components, the control panel's complexity and so forth. Basically, you could get wireless home security systems for as low as a few hundred dollars, while if you want the latest and best system around, you'll have to pull out over a thousand dollars from your pocket. One of the latest inventions in the field of wireless home security is the sensor trip alarms. You can mount up a sensor alarm near a window or a door and set up the alarm and whenever that door or window will open, it will trip a wireless sensor that will trigger the alarm. This is a great way to catch burglars since the sensor alarms are quite hard to spot, but you will probably forget about deactivating them and trigger them yourself for the first few weeks until you get used to them. Lately, wireless home security systems use extremely powerful technology that allow them to transmit data from larger and larger distances, which allows you to tailor the system almost any way you want around your house. This is a great advantage that wireless has over hardwired systems, as the latter are often considered very rigid and uncomfortable. Planned Home Security Gives The Peace Of Mind You Deserve.

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There are still a handful of security companies such as ADT, Slomin's, and Vivint, that will send a consultant out to your house to configure a system specifically tailored to your home and then send a team of professionals to install everything, but more and more companies are offering do it yourself DIY home security solutions. DIY home security systems come in all shapes and sizes. Some systems come with an LCD panel that serves as the brains of the system. The panel is typically installed on a wall in a central area of your home and connects wirelessly to your home network. Most of these panels use capacitive touch screens and contain multiple radios that allow them to wirelessly control Wi Fi, Z Wave, Zigbee, and Bluetooth sensors and home automation components. Most panels also contain a cellular radio that connects them to a monitoring center if you subscribe to a professional monitoring plan, and they almost always have a speaker and a microphone for two way communication with a monitoring agent.

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