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Features You Should Look for on the Best Home Security SystemWireless Versus Cellular MonitoringWireless monitoring in a home security system indicates the constant wireless communication between the security system panel and the sensors in your home. This form of monitoring is used in the place of wired monitoring, where the signal travels through wires, which are connected through the security panel, sensors, and power supply. Cellular monitoring in a home security system refers to the constant wireless communication between the security system panel and the home alarm monitoring center. This wireless communication is implemented through cellular technology, instead of landlines or broadband Internet connections. Wireless and cellular monitoring can be used together, and compliment each other. Additionally, wires cannot be cut if there are none, and if there is a power outage, your home security system will not be affected. “Crash and Smash” Protection Even if an intruder breaks into your home, smashing the security system panel, your home alarm monitoring center will be alerted of the emergency. This protection is utilized when an intrusion sensor is triggered, sending a notification to the monitoring center, and instead of the alarm being turned off from the security system panel, the intruder smashes it all together. However, smashing the panel will not withdraw the alarm notification. And until the authorities arrive to investigate, the intruder will believe that they have disengaged the alarm system because it will stay silent. Home Automation TechnologyThrough a mobile device, this type of technology allows you to have control over your home alarm system, and any sensors or devices you have hooked up to it.

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With completely free self monitoring, the best app experience available, Amazon Alexa and Z Wave integration, and a sleek design — Abode’s $320 DIY home security system is hard to beat. At nearly triple the cost of Frontpoint, it’s basically the Bentley of DIY home security systems, high price tag and all. We love Abode’s online security dashboard, which provides you with an easy to read hub that’s accessible on any internet connected device. Self monitoring plans start at $0 per month, which gets you three days’ worth of security history. Bump that up to $30 per month and you get the benefit of professional monitoring and a 90 day media timeline. Lowe’s Iris has one standout feature: affordable add on equipment. You’ll have to pay a bit more upfront than Frontpoint to get set up around $200, but Iris’ extra sensors generally run from $8 to $15 — that’s 30 to 50 percent cheaper than sensors from the rest of the competition. Iris also has the largest selection of third party home automation devices — we’re talking anything from WiFi garden sprinklers to smartphone controlled doggy doors. But there’s one obnoxious downside: Lowe’s doesn’t offer an equipment warranty for Iris, so if you encounter a defective device past the 90 day return window, don’t expect Lowe’s to help. Designed for small homes and apartments, Canary keeps it simple with just one feature packed tower that hosts a high quality camera, an air quality sensor, and a siren. You won’t find any entry sensors with Canary, so for homes with many access points, consider one of our other picks.

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