How to check on your home security remotely for peace of mind
(NC) Home security today is an interactive experience and it’s now more important than ever to get an instant visual connection to your home and family especially with the onset of the back to school and work routines.
According to Patrice De Luca, V.P. of Customer Care for ADT Canada, the latest fully interactive monitored wireless security systems can help make this transition an easier and safer one for the whole family.
For example, the image sensor service from Protectron’s line of products lets you see what’s going on at home even while you’re away. The image sensor service combines a wireless passive infrared motion detector, an integrated still camera, completely wireless communication, and the myProtectron.com interactive service. The integrated camera with inferred LED light captures images during the day or even at night.
When the sensor is activated a photo is taken and sent via email or text in real time; this visual confirmation offers a greater sense of security and peace of mind. As a result you can create a powerful, yet affordable visual verification system.
You can access myprotectron.com’s web portal to set up schedules that automatically take pictures during specific time periods such as when your children are expected home from school or when the dog walker is due to arrive.
Additionally get on-demand access to your property via the “peak-in” feature which allows you to request snapshots from the system at any time. Request an image from the kitchen while the baby sitter is at the house so you know everyone is safe at home.
For added convenience all uploaded images are viewable on the myprotectron.com portal or through the mobile app. All photos are archived and stored in the image gallery for instant access.
The battery powered image sensor is easy to set-up and to use and can be placed anywhere in the home with no broadband connection or in-wall power source required. More information on home security is available at www.protectron.com.