What are the benefits of using a connected alarm? This alarm kit will instantly tell you when your alarm goes off, no matter where you are, by sending a push notification to all connected phones. You can monitor and control your alarm on the free app for iOS and Android devices. Using the app, you can connect to your camera through Wi-Fi on your phone and monitor the house – taking snapshots and recordings. You can even listen and talk to those close to the camera with the two-way audio system. What can the camera do? Get a great view of what’s going on in your house with the IP116 Wi-Fi camera included in this kit. The camera has a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution and can take 720p video at 30 frames per second. The Wi-Fi camera comes with pan and tilt functions, night vision and two-way audio so you can set up the best see and hear what’s going on wherever you are. The last 20 minutes of footage are recorded automatically and will save over the oldest recording when the microSD card (not included) is full. You can also take and save snapshots using your phone, should you ever need any evidence at hand. Is this system easy to set up? The miGuard AW1 Wi-Fi alarm kit comes with everything you’ll need – including a control box, a pet friendly PIR sensor, a door or window sensor, two remote controls and all of the batteries, fittings and fixings required to start. The sensors run off batteries (included) and send you a notification when the batteries eventually run low. The control panel runs off mains power, but also has an internal backup battery for emergencies and power cuts. The AW1 Alarm Kit can be programmed using the app, and then controlled on the app or via the remote controls.
- Wire-free for a quick and easy installation and setup
- This kit contains one PIR sensor, and the system is expandable up to 30 sensors and 10 remote controls
- Wireless 720P indoor camera to monitor your homes wherever you are with micro SD Recording (micro SD card Not Included)
- Arm, Disarm, set and monitor your alarm remotely using a smartphone
- Notifications warn you if any of your sensor’s batteries are running low or have been tampered with