Make a home security system by yourself

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Security system is very important part of the smarthome. But sometimes it’s too expensive to get it from the local alarm company. Moreover, if you already have some control system in your home you should pay for integration the security system with yours (if it’d be possible of course). So, it might be more reasonable to make the security system by yourself to save money and have flexibility. The Do it yourself security systems offers a full range of hardware produced by well-known company Honeywell. Additionally to reasonable price they provide a free assistance by phone to help setup the system. You may choose some security package which already includes a control panel, keypads and various sensors and cables. Or you can build your own variant getting desire parts.

The advantage of Honeywell alarm panels is an integration with home control systems, including LinuxMCE.

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  • 4 comments:

    1. Tim Tav, 2. September 2009, 11:29

      I would consider getting in experts to install things such as Electric Gates and intercoms. This bit is not easy to get right!!

       
  • Gerald Paige, 13. September 2009, 19:28

    Just when I thought I’ve seen it all! A week ago I stumbled on SpyRocks.com and saw their wireless night-vision surveillance cameras hidden inside fake rocks and artificial tree stumps for outdoor home security. They actually look realistic!!! (Their website has a cool section with photos of spy gadgets and hidden cameras throughout history too). What next??? LOL!

     
  • Michael Stepanov, 15. September 2009, 11:46

    Wow! Look really cool!

     
  • Jake, 22. October 2009, 22:34

    I have thought of security systems and maybe purchasing one but I would like to try and make it myself. Could be quite interesting.lol

     
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