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The company's latest offering, the Wyze Cam Pan, continues the trend. Priced at just $29. 99, it offers all of the features of the earlier models, such as motion and sound detection, time lapse recording, and free cloud storage, and it adds mechanical pan and tilt and support for IFTTT applets. That makes it our Editors' Choice for affordable home security cameras. Top Rated Smart Home Surveillance CamerasWyze Cam Pan at $29. 99MSRPArlo Pro 2 at $479. 99MSRPiSmartAlarm iCamera Keep Pro at $199. 99MSRPTend Secure Lynx Indoor at $59. 99MSRPSkyBell HD at $199. 00MSRPNest Cam Outdoor at $199. 00MSRPWyzeCam at $19.

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You’ll start by connecting your WiFi to the base station via the Ring app — from there, Ring instructs you to pull the plastic tabs off the backs of the contact sensors and motion detectors, which automatically activates the products for use. You can customize your settings for each device within the app, including how sensitive you want your motion detector to be and how often you want to receive alerts for every time someone opens or closes the door. If you’re not already aware by now, your jurisdiction may require you to obtain a permit in order to operate a professionally monitored alarm system. Before we could even find the right spot to place the base station, Ring notified us that our area Charlotte Mecklenburg required a permit for use. Ring gives you a seven day grace period to decide what type of monitoring you want and to receive a permit number. In some cases, police won’t respond to a call from a monitoring center without a permit number. Fines for false alarms could also be pretty hefty they reach up to $500 in Charlotte, for example. The plastic itself feels cheaper than its Nest competitor, but Ring claims the base station is “smash proof” it’ll still call authorities in a beaten state. You can also receive alerts for any tampering to the contact or motion sensors. It can also feel a tad disjointed compared to the Nest Secure, considering the keypad and the base station are two separate units, and the Nest Guard seamlessly combines the two and includes Google Assistant. If not placed somewhere discreet, the motion detectors are obtrusive and look like a child’s night light.

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