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Here are some more tips before buying a DIY Home Security System1. Make a security plan for your home. Write down how many locations or areas you want to protect. These include doors, windows, and other high risk areas. With a plan, you can best decide on what features to look for in a home security system. 2.

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Look for a home security system with a full line of wireless peripherals, including modules for controlling lights and appliances, thermostats, cameras, motion sensors some can distinguish between a pet and a person, water sensors, and glass break and vibration sensors. Look for long life battery power, too. Lithium sensor batteries, for example, can last three to five years. When they do run low, the system lets you know well in advance. Choose a controller with back up battery so the system will stay active in the event of a power outage or if the Internet is down. If you will be installing smoke alarms you’ll need the extra power of a 24 hour battery back up, not the 4 hour back up offered by many manufacturers.

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