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Home Security Products and Devices

Here are some of the home security products and devices that you can buy online from X10. If you buy any of these home security devices then it is assumed that you are comfortable with installing your own system and that you would rather avoid having a security monitoring service do the work for you. The basic categories for home security products and divides include:
Home Security Systems | Home Security Accessories | Cameras and Accessories

Home Security Cameras




$462.09
Sale $169.99
  Three zones of your home can be watched with this vivid XCam2 Wireless COLOR 3-Camera System! All three of the wireless cameras broadcast live to the same video receiver in full color. This lets you view what your cameras see on the same TV. Keep an eye on the kids room and then switch to the front door view so that you can see who is knocking on your door. A remote control is included so that you can switch camera views. It's just like changing channels on your television!

Complete Home Security Kit



$331.86
Sale $99.99

 

This inexpensive home security system is easy to use and there are no codes to remember. Just turn the system on or off by punching a button. You can use the wireless sensors in order to protect your rooms, windows and doors and the wireless sensors can be expanded so that you can cover up to 16-zones.

This home security system works in three ways. Sirens and flashing lights deter intruders and alert occupants that there is a possible breach in security.

The phone alert function calls up to 4 people, including you! You can have one of the phone numbers set to your cell phone, another to a neighbor, one to a close friend or relative, etc. In turn, they can call the police. It is this function that allows you to have a 'monitored' home security system without paying for any monthly fees.

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Installing X10 Security Systems and Cameras

Basic Camera Setup Instructions - Connect the Security Camera to its power supply and plug it into a power outlet. Connect the Video Receiver to its power supply and plug it into a power outlet. Connect the Video Receiver to your TV. Turn the Video Receiver on. Select the proper video input on your TV (or try channel 0 and then channel down). That's it!

Multiple Camera Setup Instructions - Connect the first camera to its power supply and plug it into a wall outlet. Then plug the wireless video receiver into a wall outlet. Connect the video receiver to your TV and turn the TV on. Select your TV’s video input (or try channel 0 and then Channel Down). The camera’s picture should appear.

Plug in the transceiver and extend the antenna. Install batteries in the remote control. Press 1 OFF to turn the first camera off. Turn the number dial on the second camera’s power supply to ‘2.’ Then you need to plug in the 2nd camera. It will appear on your TV. Press 1 ON to switch to camera 1, and 2 ON to go back to camera 2. If you have any trouble getting your system to work, follow each step again and check each connection. Try plugging the power supplies in different wall outlets, too.

Basic Security System Setup Instructions - Choose a location for the Security Console which is as central as possible in the house, while providing access to a modular telephone jack and an AC outlet. The console may be placed on a shelf or table, or may be fixed to a wall using the optional mounting bracket and screws.

Plan the location of the Door/Window Sensors and Motion Detectors so that the RF path which runs in a straight line from sensor to console is not obstructed by large metal objects such as a refrigerators or freezers, and passes through as few walls as possible. Door/Window Sensors may be hidden behind drapes for a more discreet installation.

Before installing the system, leave the console unplugged for two minutes without its backup battery installed. Make sure all the windows and doors (with sensors) are closed. Open the door on each Door/Window Sensor, hold down the TEST button for 2 seconds, and release. Plug the console in and set its slider switch to "Install." Push the "Arm" or "Arm away" button on each remote control--the console will chime as each remote is registered.

Then, go to each sensor in turn, starting with whichever sensor you want to be Zone 1. If it is a door/window sensor open and close the door or window; the LED on the sensor should blink. Walk in front of the motion sensors until you see their LEDs blink. When you see the LEDs blink you will again hear the console chime. It should chime only once for each sensor. After all sensors/zones and remotes have been installed, go back to the console. Confirm that only one zone is lit up for each sensor installed. If there is just one zone per sensor, set the slider switch to "Run1" and test the system.

 


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