Honeywell’s NS0031-82 two-stage LED floodlight produces 2,400-lumen security lighting when motion is detected. It includes hardware that mounts directly to a wall or pole. It has a die-cast aluminum construction with a titanium gray finish. It produces 400 lumens of accent lighting from dusk until dawn.
EyeTrax’s Ranger solar-powered security camera has worldwide cellular coverage and thermal night vision to capture images otherwise invisible to the human eye. The 24/7 cloud-based portal enables monitoring from anywhere. The motion sensors send immediate alerts when triggered. Custom lens and mount options are available. It operates in temperatures between –40° and 140°F.
Lorex’s V261LCD-E 1080p Wi-Fi floodlight camera features dual LED lights that can produce 4,000 lumens. There are three ways of activating the floodlights: motion, on a schedule or manually. The two LED floodlights can be independently adjusted vertically and horizontally, so you can create a customized area where you want each floodlight to fall. The camera can see up to...
The Wink Look Out system combines in-app services with sensors to monitor a home’s activity. It send alerts to smartphones about doors, windows, locks and more. It includes two door and window sensors, a motion sensor and a siren and chime.
Midas Touch’s door intercom enables users to see and talk with visitors at their door and unlock the door with an RFID, remote DTMF or local password. It has a high-definition camera with infrared light and night vision, three IR LEDs for low-light conditions and a tamperproof cover that triggers an alarm when removed.
Sony’s SNC-HMX70 IP network security camera offers 360-degree hemispheric view with no blind spots. Its fixed lens and high-resolution, 12-megapixel CMOS sensor streams high-resolution video at 30 fps. It comes with a twist/click mounting ring.