Nearly 34% of burglars enter through the front door. Receive instant alerts when someone approaches your home, so you can verify their identity.
See and speak to whoever’s at your door. Get the full picture with a 180° wide-angle view of the area around your door.
Review recorded video clips on demand to track doorstep activity.
You’ll never miss a visitor with notifications sent straight to your mobile device.
Get a clear view of your doorstep, even when it’s dark outside.
Your professional-grade security system protects your family and home in the event of a real break-in or fire. But having a security system and managing it are two different things.
The Total Connect 2.0 app gives you mobile control and management of your security system and smart home devices. With just one app, you can easily to manage every part of your smart home system from anywhere.
The Honeywell Lyric T6 Pro keeps your home comfortable while conserving energy and saving on energy bills. As part of an Alarm New England system, the T6 auto-adjusts to your preferred settings when you’re home and conserves energy when you leave.
Use your phone to check the status of your smart door locks remotely so you always know who’s coming and going. Create unique keys for family, friends, or contractors. Remotely arm your system and turn on interior lights if you see someone approaching your door.
|Video||H.264 1080p HD (up to 15 FPS)||Field of View||120-130° horizontal FOV|
|Dimensions||Height: 4.8 in (12.2 cm)
Width: 1.44 in (3.65 cm)
Depth: 1.13 in (2.86 cm)
|Weight||2.0 oz (56.7 g)|
|Microphone||Built-in, omni-directional||Speaker||105 dBSPL @ 1 cm|
|Motion Sensor||180° PIR detection up to 10 ft.||Color Night Vision||0.1 LUX up to 15 ft.|
A smart home is a home equipped with technology to remotely control and automate household systems like lighting, doors, thermostats, entertainment systems, security alarms, surveillance cameras, and other connected appliances. But it’s more than just remote controls.
Smart home introduces artificial intelligence to create a centralized, self-regulating home monitoring, control, and energy conservation ecosystem.
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