New “See in the Dark” Interior Camera Is Here!

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This indoor camera includes IR LEDs for viewing in low-light conditions and incorporates PIR with video motion detection (VMD) to reduce false motion-detection events. The HD100 adds a new level of security to the home with access to live and recorded video online or on mobile devices.

What does that mean in English? It means the camera can send you a video clip anytime someone walks in front of it – and it can even do it in low light conditions.

Features:

  • Up to 720p resolution HD Video
  • IR illumination for viewing in low-light conditions
  • Configurable Video Motion Detection (VMD)
  • Configured through your high speed router
  • PIR motion detection enhancement
  • WiFi and Ethernet network connections
  • Once configured, just plug into any electrical outlet-can me moved throughout the house
  • Easy setup using WPS push button configuration
  • Access live video and saved clips on Alarm.com or on your mobile device (Apple, IOS and Android)

This is the first of a new line of cameras being brought out by 2Gig Technologies. Later this year they will come out with an outdoor version and one that can pan and tilt.

Available for $260 apiece, including installation.  There is an additional charge of $10 a month for monitoring. Call us today for details on this camera!

About Burns & McBride

Our job is to provide essential services to homeowners. one of those essential services is home security and automation. We provide affordable home automation to help protect families, allow them to use energy more wisely and simplify their lives.The Burns & McBride Smart, Safe Home system uses Z-wave technology to tie things like locks, thermostats and lights together so that you can control them whether you are home or away. Burns & McBride has been providing essential home services since 1949. To learn more about Burns & McBride’s Smart, Safe Home can help you – call us at 302-656-5110 or visit our website at www.burnsandmcbride.com

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