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To elevate the motion capabilities even further, we’ve equipped the ONE Halo with a PIR thermal detection sensor. This helps you avoid innocuous motion alerts and false alarms brought on by inanimate objects ie cars driving by or tree branches swaying in the wind. The ONE Halo is the only doorbell camera on the market with PIR technology!It keeps you alert to only the movements that matter, to ensure you have the best front door coverage available. This camera takes front door coverage into nighttime with the most sophisticated night vision doorbell surveillance in the industry. The ONE Halo is equipped with Starlight Color Night Vision. This full color night vision option allows you to maintain a true color view of your doorstep’s surroundings even in extreme low light conditions.

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Really intelligent. Not only can it notify you if there’s movement in your home, it can differentiate between people and animals, and – what’s really remarkable – it can even identify if it’s a familiar or unfamiliar person. The Nest Cam IQ also has the best image quality of any of the cameras we’ve tested, shooting in 4K and HDR high dynamic range. If someone is in your home, you’ll have crystal clear images of them. The main drawback with the Nest Cam IQ is that to use its full range of functions you’ll have to purchase a subscription to Nest Aware. But if you want the best quality, the Nest Cam IQ is probably the camera for you, especially if you find a deal. It’ll be lighter on your pocket too. The Hive Camera doesn’t work with the Hive ecosystem, and instead has its own dedicated app, which is either going to be a positive or a negative depending on if you already have Hive products, or are planning on building out from your camera purchase. What’s nice is that the Hive Camera has a slot for an microSD card so that you can record footage directly on the camera, with no need for a subscription. The design is more traditional, with a white plastic casing, and a black surround for the camera lens. It has some tricks up its sleeve, like being able to sound an alarm or even replicate the sound of a barking dog if you see someone in your house who shouldn’t be there.

 

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88 This model uses a photoelectric sensor to detect smoke and is more compact than traditional smoke detectors. First Alert BRK 9120B $9. 81 and Kidde i4618AC $14. 12 These hardwired models detect smoke using an ionization sensor. Neither model detects carbon monoxide. Tips for Choosing a Smart Smoke DetectorAlertsIn addition to tone alarms, the best smoke detectors alert you with voice notifications that tell you what kind of danger they identified and where it’s located in your home. Look for smoke alarms that interconnect, which allows them to sound at the same time when one detects a problem so everyone in the house knows about the potential emergency. Carbon Monoxide SensorsCarbon monoxide is a deadly gas that's odorless and colorless, so having a detector in your home can save your life. Most of the smoke detectors we reviewed also monitor your home for dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in addition to smoke. Mobile AppEach of the smoke alarms we tested can connect to a mobile app, either through Wi Fi, Bluetooth or a smart home hub. The app helps the smart smoke detector track battery life and sends you notifications to replace the battery before it starts to chirp in the middle of the night.