Greensboro Home Security (336) 790-5723 #greensboro #home #security, #greensboro #home #security


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Home security and alarm monitoring are what we do best! We specialize in home alarm systems and Alarm Monitoring. Here you will find the best deals on a security alarm combined with the latest state-of-the-art alarm monitoring service. If you are looking for a Security Company to handle all of your security needs then you have come to the right place. We are a well-established Alarm system dealer and can provide you with the very best home security systems to match your needs.

Do you want to feel safe at home?

More and more people in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Thomasville, Lexington, Salisbury, Denton, Asheboro, Charlotte, Burlington, Durham, Raleigh and surrounding communities in North Carolina are installing home security systems and there are many that one can choose from that include the usual numeric keypad security system or camera security systems. Click here below for 10 good reasons why you should install an Alarm Alert home security system:

Alarm Alert Introduces KidSafe

Kid Safe!™ will alert parents via email, pager, cell phone (text message) or fax when their child has entered their home safely and has successfully disarmed the security system. Kid Safe!™ can also alert them when their child has not entered the home by a predetermined time.
Whether you’re at home or away, ALARM ALERT, LLC can watch over your home, family or business 24 hours a day. As one of the nation’s leaders in residential ?>


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NETGEAR Refurbished Arlo Indoor #home #security #systems # # #cameras,netgear,refurbished #arlo


NETGEAR – Refurbished Arlo Indoor/Outdoor 720p Wi-Fi Wire-Free Security Camera (4-Pack) – White

Poor Software. Posted by: JesM from: on Great idea poor software! Pros: Completely wireless Easy Setup Cons: Too many limitations 1.Battery Replacement (if using the defaults will last 4-6 months, which is ok but you only get 10 seconds of recording once motion is triggered) 2. Cost of batteries 3. Buggy software, sometimes difficult to connect to and is very slow 4. Hub uses wifi n technology to connect cameras instead of the much faster AC 5. Warranty is only 1 year for such an expensive product! 6. Support for updates is slow. 7. No local recording, which means you have allow Netgear (Arlo manufacturer) access to your network and store your video in the cloud, which means privacy can be an issue! 8. Can be easily stolen! There is nothing to prevent someone from stealing the device. 9. Only 5 cameras allow per free cloud account then you have to pay. 10. Only 7 days worth of recording allowed per free account or you have to pay! too many limitations.

22 out of 33 found this review helpful.

Easiest Home Security Cam Setup Posted by: BBElitePlus from: on Pros: Easy setup Ability to add additional cameras Motion sensitive E-mail / App notification Good App support Cons: A but laggy at times Only 720p No 2 way audio Need to replace batteries every 2-3 months, depending on use.

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

It just works Posted by: BusDriver from: on I have tried more than one type of security camera and system over the years. Most seemed to be “buggy”, difficult to install, and remote access problematic. This product is the “real deal”. Plug it in and your up and running. They sell a 2 camera set at a lower price point. Great way to get started.

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Good totally wire free camera system Posted by: GeekGirl from: on The idea of this camera system is awesome and the implementation is good. These cameras are easy to set up. However, they are slower to detect motion and start recording than I like and I have fast Internet. The video looks good. The IR light for night time recording is not invisible, they have a slight red glow. They have now added IFTTT support and geo-fencing is in beta.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Great camera Posted by: Fred from: on Good product. Easy to install. Refurbs come with no instructions.

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Nice product Posted by: Domo561 from: Palm Beach, FL on Easy to install but batteries dony last too long.

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Great security system Posted by: bell from: on Great security systemthis is a great security system for the price of them it’s probably actually better than most of the calls over thousand dollars very clear pictures great video and capability and I’ll have one my parents have one so we will have a total of five of them in the family so far

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Nice wireless videocam Posted by: TwinTurbo66 from: on Pros- Sturdy modern design. Real wireless HD videocam. Easy to set up. Got it for a good deal. Free online storage. Cons- No audio. Has a lag some times.

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

good basic home security Posted by: Lewis from: on good picture quality. easy to set up. only con is you have to change the bateries.

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Good video system Posted by: Scott from: on Works as expected but did did not include the Outdoor camera mount mentioned in the description.

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.


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What Is The Fastest USB WiFi Adapter Of 2016 #fastest #wireless


What Is The Fastest USB WiFi Adapter Of 2016

This is good news if you have recently upgraded your router to 802.11ac and your computer only uses Wireless-N.

Many computers don t currently have 802.11ac compatibility. If your computer falls into this category upgrading a laptop/desktop to 802.11ac is easy with a USB WiFi adapter.

The Asus USB-AC56 is a USB 3.0 dongle that can transfer data at 867 Mbps over 802.11ac 5 GHz + 802.11N 400 Mbps over 2.4 GHz.

This gives it a potential for speeds up to 1300 Mbps.

Compare this to Wireless-N which has a max speed of 300 Mbps and you can see how much faster a good 802.11ac setup can be.

Of course realistically WiFi never moves as fast as its rated to. Take wireless-N which even though rated at up to 150/300 Mbps, can max out often around 30-100 Mbps depending on the adapter.

In their test PCWorld found the Asus USB-AC56 could move data at 404 Mbps at nine feet away.

The Netgear A6200 came in second at 310 Mbps.

Keep in mind the speed will slow down as more distance is introduced. For example the Asus USB-AC56 transferred data at 347 Mbps at twenty feet.

As most know getting a good signal at a distance is always a problem when it comes to WiFi.

Unfortunately 802.11ac while faster doesn t have as good a distance as the older protocols.

This is because it transmits in the 5 GHz range. Signals transmitted at 5 GHz don t travel as well as signal on lower frequencies. For this reason having a 802.11ac WiFi setup that has everything closer the better.

Not everyone will need the fastest WiFi signal possible and will be fine with a older Wireless-N or even G network.

But if you do want the fastest connection possible using a wireless USB dongle then the Asus USB-AC56 is worth checking out.


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Mobile Phone Distributors, How to Become a Wireless Master Agent #mobile


Mobile Phone Distributors – What You Need To Know!

Mobile phone distributors are a critical part of a prepaid wireless provider’s success! Are you interested in becoming a cell phone distributor? Here you’ll learn about what it takes to be a wireless master agent, how it works, the technology involved, and more! The fact is that the world of mobile phone distributors is fascinating, and can be the life blood of many wireless carriers.

What are cell phone distributors?
First, let’s define what exactly a distributor is and does. Different people will have different definitions and describe various scopes of responsibility, however, generally speaking the following points are very consistent. Having worked directly with prepaid wireless distributors for many years, I feel comfortable that the following information will help you get jump-started on becoming knowledgeable!

  • Distributors are often referred to as master agents. This is because they are at the top of the so-called distribution food chain. What that means is that while a distributor or master agent may sometimes sell phones and airtime directly to customers, they typically mostly sell wholesale to dealers.
  • In turn, dealers have their own stores, but also sell wholesale to smaller stores. Sometimes there is even a sub-dealer level between the dealer and the store level.
  • A cell phone distributor will buy phones and airtime discounted directly from prepaid wireless carriers. They will then mark up the price and sell it down to the next level.
  • Mobile phone distributors can have relationships with dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of stores beneath them. The layers under them are often referred to as their sub-distribution. Depending on the size, reputation, and policies of a prepaid wireless carrier, some wireless distributors won’t be able to work directly with a prepaid carrier. In other words, as a wireless distributor, you could have a direct relationship with a prepaid carrier, or you may have to work as a sub-distributor under another larger master agent who is working directly with the carrier.

What’s the best level?
This can become a very personal decision. Are you the type of person who wants to run a large distribution network, and deal with the operations, collections, and warehousing that comes along with that? Or are you the type of person who enjoys working day to day directly with the customer? The answer will likely be a combination of what you enjoy, as well as what are your strengths and capabilities.

There’s no doubt about it that the higher you are on the mobile phone distributor food chain, the more money you’ll make, and the faster you’ll make that money. The simple reason is because once you have a network of sub-distributors and stores, you’ll be able to sell hundreds, or even thousands of phones in one deal, versus the bottom of the chain, where you’ll be selling one phone at a time to the customer, which practically speaking, will simply take more time. But for that apparent ease, you’ll have more overall risk.

Consider if you were to buy 10,000 phones from a prepaid carrier. If you don’t have the operations in place to receive and ship out those phones in an efficient manner, it could take you some time before you get the products in the hands of those who will actually be selling them. And that doesn’t include the cost of paying for the phone (or topup) inventory, and the cost to store it. Many prepaid carriers require that distributors prepay for inventory. Some will give you payment terms (ex. net 10 days or 30 days), however, that is becoming less common these days. Even with payment terms, you’ll still need to get the product out, and get paid in time to pay the carrier for the inventory if you want to minimize your cash flow outlay to support your inventory.

As a side note, I’ve seen more than a few mobile phone distributors selling millions upon millions of dollars of phones and airline who have been extremely cash-strapped, and on the brink of bankruptcy! One operational issue, or trouble collecting money from your sub-distribution, and you’re toast! But don’t let that scare you off. Those issues really come down to poor management, and perhaps greed, trying to grow their business too quickly. If you’re wise, you should be able to profitably (and safely!) build your business without being on the edge of financial disaster.

What do you need to become a wireless distributor?

  • Relationships – You’ll need to have relationships with sub-dealers and/or stores. In my opinion this is the most difficult part. Building relationships with other dealers or stores is not easy. It takes a certain kind of person to seek out such opportunities and to sell your services. Due to the amazing potential to make a lot of money in the prepaid wireless distribution business, competition is fierce! You can target a specific neighborhood, type of mom and pop store, small convenience store, etc. Think about where people might want to buy a phone or topup their prepaid wireless account. Also consider what unique value you can add. Do you have special knowledge, insight, or existing relationships with a specific type of community? This should be considered a critical success factor, and will largely determine whether you should be a master cell phone distributor at the top of the chain, a smaller one, or somewhere in the middle. There’s really no “wrong” place to be. Wherever you fit in, and can apply your passion, you’ll have a chance to succeed!
  • Access to Technology – Depending on where you are on the food chain, you’ll need to have technology to process airtime sales. Usually the master cell phone distributor will provide access to technology to partners below them, so lets assume you’re at the top for the moment. You’ll need to partner with a Technology Service Provider (TSP). TSPs also have relationships with prepaid wireless carriers. The larger ones will have direct relationships, while the smaller ones will have indirect relationships. The closer they are to being direct, the more money you’ll likely be able to make (due to higher available margins). There are a number of technologies currently available, and depending on the dealers/stores that are selling your prepaid products, you may need one or all of these:
    • POS Terminals – These are Point Of Sale Terminals that typically look like credit card terminals. They can be used to sell electronic PINs (ePINs) or to perform PIN-less Real Time Replenishment (RTR) transactions.
    • Web Terminals – These are secure websites that provide the same products as do POS terminals, but can be accessed via the Internet, without the need for special hardware or equipment. Internet access, however, IS required.
    • Hot Cards – This product has been phased out of the market. These require minimal or no technology, and can often be purchased directly from the carrier or master distributors. The operational and fraud risks around this product lead carriers to get rid of it; I keep it here as a historical reference, and you may encounter people who talk about it even to this day.

To read about these technologies in detail, visit the Point Of Sale Technology page. As a cell phone distributor you’ll need to get a very good understanding of these replenishment technologies so you can sell your services to dealers and/or stores. You may only need one of them or all of them. Remember that you need to keep in mind the needs of YOUR customers (dealers and/or stores), as well as what the end users (wireless customers) need and prefer. Believe it or not, these are not always the same things!
Special Note: Depending on how large you are, as well as your relationship with your TSP(s) and sub-distribution, you may be able to get these technologies from free, you may have to buy them outright (ex. terminals), or you may be able to lease them. Depending on where your business lies in the food chain, you may be able to pass any costs down to your sub-distribution.

  • Money – You’ll need to either have cash on hand, or access to money from banks or investors. You’ll need this money to pay for technology, warehousing, staff, and of course, prepaid phones and prepaid airtime. Although people tend to worry the most about getting money, I put it last because it really is the easiest part of the equation! If you have good relationships and access to technology, you’re well on your way to building a successful cell phone distributor business, and finding the money will be the easiest part!

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Wireless Security Protocols: WEP, WPA, and WPA2 #wireless #security #services


Wireless Security Protocols: WEP, WPA, and WPA2

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Various wireless security protocols were developed to protect home wireless networks. These wireless security protocols include WEP, WPA, and WPA2, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. In addition to preventing uninvited guests from connecting to your wireless network, wireless security protocols encrypt your private data as it is being transmitted over the airwaves.

Wireless networks are inherently insecure. In the early days of wireless networking, manufacturers tried to make it as easy as possible for end users. The out-of-the-box configuration for most wireless networking equipment provided easy (but insecure) access to a wireless network.

Although many of these issues have since been addressed, wireless networks are generally not as secure as wired networks. Wired networks, at their most basic level, send data between two points, A and B, which are connected by a network cable. Wireless networks, on the other hand, broadcast data in every direction to every device that happens to be listening, within a limited range.

Following are descriptions of the WEP, WPA, and WPA2 wireless security protocols:

Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP): The original encryption protocol developed for wireless networks. As its name implies, WEP was designed to provide the same level of security as wired networks. However, WEP has many well-known security flaws, is difficult to configure, and is easily broken.

Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA): Introduced as an interim security enhancement over WEP while the 802.11i wireless security standard was being developed. Most current WPA implementations use a preshared key (PSK), commonly referred to as WPA Personal. and the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP, pronounced tee-kip ) for encryption. WPA Enterprise uses an authentication server to generate keys or certificates.

Wi-Fi Protected Access version 2 (WPA2): Based on the 802.11i wireless security standard, which was finalized in 2004. The most significant enhancement to WPA2 over WPA is the use of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) for encryption. The security provided by AES is sufficient (and approved) for use by the U.S. government to encrypt information classified as top secret it s probably good enough to protect your secrets as well!


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OPI Blue Wireless Grain Management #wireless #inventory #management #system


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The future of grain storage management. Remote access to mobile or desktop devices—anywhere, anytime. Timely in-bin grain storage data will update directly to your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer with automatic 24/7 monitoring and alerts.

  • NEW! Weather station integration assists with fan control. OPI’s weather station provides reliable information about the ambient temperature and relative humidity conditions, and then calculates the Equilibrium Moisture Content.
  • Hourly grain temperature and moisture readings.
  • Grain inventory levels.
  • Ability to view bins and multiple sites in a simple user interface.
  • New features automatically download.

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OPI Blue is a wireless system that delivers hourly grain storage information to your mobile or desktop devices. No more driving to your bins to plug in. Now you can access your critical grain storage information wherever you work, live, or play. OPI Blue can be incorporated into your current OPI grain management system using existing cabling or purchased as a new system.

OPI Blue features:

• Hourly grain temperature and moisture readings
• Grain inventory levels
• Weather station integration for ambient temperature and relative humidity conditions
• Equilibrium Moisture Content calculations
• PC, Apple (iOS) and Google (Android) compatible
• Ability to view all bins at once
• New features automatically download from the internet
• Historic data stored securely and backed up online
• Enabled for remote troubleshooting

OPI Blue gives you peace of mind. The system monitors your grain 24/7 and alerts you before spoilage conditions occur.

The OPI Blue system is comprised of and compatible with the following components.

Single or Multi-Channel Cable Node

Groups cables together and transmits sensor data to the Gateway Node. Available as a single channel (1 cable connection to the node) or multi channel (8 cable connections to the node)

Gateway Node

Collects data wirelessly from the Cable Node(s) and transmits data through the cloud to your mobile or desktop device


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Restaurant POS Software – RPOWER Point of Sale – Nightclub POS


Reliability and value have always made RPOWER a smart decision when selecting the right POS system. Now that it offers web-accessible, back-office monitoring and storage capabilities, it s my only choice.

– Regina Billups – Food Service Consultant, Lexington, VA

Running my business was tough times before installing RPOWER. It has given me the tools I need to control my business and keep track of both my wait staff kitchen staff’s performance.

– Jerry Lombardi – Lombardi’s on the Sound, Long Island, NY

We had nearly given up our search when we found RPOWER. RPOWER has helped us to increase productivity, profitability, and service our customers better.

– Simon Jacobs, President, Hale and Hearty Soups

I have two other point-of-sale systems in other locations and I think that RPOWER is by far the most reliable system of all of them.

– Lenny Paserelli, Owner – Bobby Van’s Steakhouse, Manhattan, New York City

RPOWER has wonderful adaptability, wonderful flexibility. For over six years, it has done what we ve needed, especially with the delivery component. And it keeps being improved upon!

– Bruce Sternman, Proprietor – The Manhattan Chili Co. New York, NY

No matter what niche of the food service market our software users carve out, RPOWER Point of Sale is built to handle the everyday tasks and the unexpected challenges of doing business. RPOWER configurations are tailored to meet individual POS market demands through flexible and user friendly design.

RPOWER is dedicated to POS users and their needs. As a result of years of listening and responding to feedback and requests, RPOWER has assembled an arsenal of innovative software features, all aimed at providing restaurants with quality POS systems and opportunities for success.

The old saying “Knowledge is Power” has never been more true in the food service industry. RPOWER POS supplies the essential clues needed to evaluate a business’s efficiency and potential. Secure access to cloud data can be the key difference in managing a restaurant’s profitability.

Reliability often gets top billing when it comes to RPOWER’s best software qualities. Ask any server, bartender, or cashier what they like most in our POS Systems, and they may say usability has the edge. RPOWER’s intuitive and concise interface has made many a server’s day because of its abilty to make them look good. Accessible features, flexibility, and speed are crucial POS qualities when tips are on the line. Abundant tips are a sign of happy customers, and in a social media world, happy customers are key to continuing and increasing patronage. Watch this tutorial and have a glimpse into how simple and smart POS software operations can be.

Become an RPOWER Dealer

RPOWER is seeking to expand and improve its distribution network by recruiting sound, technically proficient dealers for long-term relationships. We offer a premier, cost effective point-of-sale solution for today’s food service industry. Our proven, flexible, and reliable POS software allows dealers to confidently approach any potential hospitality POS client. Apply to be an RPOWER dealer!


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Copper Valley – Telephone, Wireless, Internet, Long Distance #telephone, #wireless, #internet,


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Copper Valley Telecom’s Valdez Copper to Fiber Project

Copper Valley Telecom announced on April 14 that it will begin converting homes in Valdez from copper based facilities to fiber optic facilities in May. This final phase of the company’s fiber network upgrade project will include installation of electronics inside each residence. The Valdez residential network is transitioning to the new fiber platform and copper services will be discontinued. The new electronics will enable both voice and Internet services to continue uninterrupted. Read more >>>

WannaCry Ransomware Attack Threatens Thousands of Computers; Makes National Headlines

May 16, 2017, by Tabitha Gregory, Chief Customer Relations Officer, Copper Valley Telecom

Last Friday (5/12/17), unknown hackers carried out a large scale international cyberattack. Government and media sources estimated that the attack may have reached hundreds of thousands of computers in over 150 countries. Read more >>>

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SecureIT Web Security for computers, phones, and tablets. Free 1 year subscription with 25Mbps or higher Internet speeds. Read more >>> .

Notice of Summer Temp Apprenticeship Opportunity

CVTC, CVTC, in cooperation with the NECA/IBEW Apprenticeship, is accepting applications for the position of Telecommunications Apprentice. Read more >>> .

CVT Blog

Check out our Blog . There is a new article in the Community Stories section on Digital Literacy and a new article in the Cyber Security section about the WannaCry Ransomware attack.

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Copper Valley Telecom offers high capacity Ethernet and T1 circuits throughout the Prince William Sound, Copper Valley, and Valdez areas. Read more >>>


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SAFE SECURITY – Security Alarm System Components #alarm #systems, #security, #burglar


At SAFE Security we design home security systems that are tailored to meet the specific needs of each customer s home and lifestyle. We have wired and wireless systems available and all our systems are easy to use. Our systems can be configured to protect your home against intrusion, fire, carbon monoxide and other environmental hazards. When triggered, these devices send an electronic signal to the monitoring station where a trained operator will respond appropriately.

The most commonly used devices include:

Security System Keypads
Keypads are an important part of your home security. They allow you to arm your system with a secured code. They can be placed wherever you need them most and are so easy to use even your children can operate them.

Keypads feature emergency buttons that allow you to call for help immediately. Backlit buttons allow you to see your keypad when the power is out.

Door and Window Sensors
According to the NBFAA, 56% of burglars enter through a door, another 23% through the first floor window. Door and window sensors are placed in these areas of vulnerability. When the contact is broken, the alarm is triggered. A chime function allows you to monitor who comes and goes from your home—this is great for added security while you are at home. Keep children in and intruders out.

Motion Detectors
Motion Detectors are triggered when someone walks in view of the detector. If an intruder enters your home through a door or window that is not protected by a sensor, the motion detector will act as a trap ensuring they don’t stay in the home for long.

Motion Detector technology can distinguish the difference between an intruder and a playful cat or dog left in the home. They can be turned off while you are home while your windows and doors can remain secured.

Monitored Smoke Detectors
During a fire it takes the average person seven minutes before they have an opportunity to call the fire department, but it takes just three minutes for a room to become fully engulfed in flames. With a monitored smoke detector, the second smoke is detected the siren will be triggered, the monitoring station will be contacted and the fire department dispatched. This allows you to focus on getting your family out of the home.

Smoke detectors provide the best early warning for fire protection and ensure that your home is protected while you are at home or away.

Carbon Monoxide Detector
Carbon monoxide poisoning is the #1 cause of accidental poisoning in the United States. You can’t see it, smell it or taste it, but our Carbon Monoxide Detectors can. When high levels of carbon monoxide are detected the monitoring station is signaled and alerts your family. Protect your family against this silent killer with a Carbon Monoxide Detector added to your home security system.

Panic Buttons
Panic Sensors are designed to go just about anywhere. This sensor allows you to activate a 24-hour emergency alarm whether you are at home, in the yard, or in the shower. Call for help with just a push of a button.

Remote Entry Key Fob
Convenient and easy to use remote entry key fobs allow you to arm and disarm your system with a push of a button as far as 500 feet from your home. The key fob also features a panic button which allows you to contact help in case of emergency.

Alarm Sirens
An alarm siren provides peace of mind for you and acts as a deterrent for would-be intruders. Alarm sirens will wake even the soundest sleepers to alert them of trouble.


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First Alert SCO501CN-3ST Wireless Interconnect Talking Battery Operated Smoke – Carbon


First Alert Wireless Interconnect Talking Battery Operated Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, SCO501CN-3ST

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First Alert Wireless Interconnect Talking Battery Operated Smoke & CO Alarm

First Alert’s series of Wireless Talking Battery Operated Smoke & CO Alarms effectively eliminates the need for a wired connection and operates entirely on batteries. The latest advancement in a series celebrated for its intuitive use of technology, the First Alert Wireless Interconnect collection offers an abundance of options when it comes to creating the ideal safety network. Wirelessly inter-connectivity allows you to connect up to 16 alarms within your home! Voice can easily be programmed for alarm’s location within your home. (this feature comes with 11 pre-programmed choices) Voice also notifies which hazard is being detected. If the alarm set in your kitchen senses smoke, all of your First Alert Wireless Interconnect alarms will announce: ‘Warning, evacuate! Smoke in the Kitchen!’ This feature allows for the maximum in whole home protection.

First Alert Wireless Interconnect Talking Battery Operated Smoke & CO Alarms utilize an Electrochemical Sensor that allows for optimal efficiency in detecting carbon monoxide. The realization of Photoelectric Smoke Sensing Technology will effectively reduce the number of nuisance alarms triggered by cooking smoke and shower steam. This alarm comes equipped with a Mute Button that serves the dual purpose of quickly silencing your alarm as well as testing its function. The combination of an End of Life Timer and an increased emphasis on the unit’s 85db sound output establishes peace of mind, while the inclusion of Dual Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Sensing all but guarantees the safest of experiences. This alarm carries a 7 year limited warranty and complies with UL217 and UL2034 Standards.

This Wireless Interconnect alarm is for you if:

  • You want to build a safety network of interconnected alarms in your home without the cost and hassle of wiring.
  • You want the earliest notification of where the danger is in your home.

Where To Place Smoke Alarms: One in every bedroom, and at least one on every level of the home.

Where To Place Carbon Monoxide Alarms: One on every level of the home and one in each sleeping area.

This product is intended for non-professional do it yourself installation. If you would like information about a professionally installed and monitored system, please contact First Alert Professional at 1-800-921-6025. First Alert Professional is not affiliated with BRK Brands, Inc.

First Alert Wireless Interconnect Talking Battery Operated Smoke & CO Alarm Features:

  • Wireless interconnectivity, wirelessly connect up to 16 First Alert Wireless Interconnect alarms in your home.
  • Talking alarm, actual voice speaks the type and location of danger in your home, when easily programmed.
  • Dual smoke & co sensing, ultimate protection from two deadly dangers.
  • Photoelectric smoke sensing, optimal protection from smoldering fires.
  • Eco-friendly, completely recyclable as an electronic device.
  • Mute button, mutes unnecessary alarms immediately. also tests alarm function with same button.
  • EZ access battery drawer, no need to remove alarm from ceiling to change battery.
  • Low battery signal mute, quiets low battery signal for up to 8 hours.
  • Electrochemical sensor, most accurate technology available for detecting carbon monoxide.
  • End of life timer, alarm chirps when it is time to replace it.
  • 2 AA batteries included.
  • Loud 85db alarm.
  • 7-year limited warranty, carbon monoxide alarms should be replaced every 5 years for maximum protection.
  • Meets UL217 & UL2034 standards.
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    If you are staying within our coverage area and wish to continue service, we request that you contact us and provide your new address and phone number.

    If you would like your Internet service to be active by the day you move, please contact us 2 weeks prior to your moving date. This allows time to ensure service availability and enables us to provision service to your new location.

    If you have our Dial-up service, please ensure that the Dial-up number at your new location is a local call to you. If you are not sure then check your phone book or contact your local telephone provider.

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    Wi-Fi Superguide: How to Build the Ultimate Wireless Network #wireless #network


    Wi-Fi Superguide: How to Build the Ultimate Wireless Network

    Wi-Fi standards can be a confusing, ever-changing subject, especially when manufacturers engage in a war of buzzwords regarding the latest frivolous features. You can safely ignore most of those marketing terms–especially ones that are trademarked. With that out of the way, let’s look what you do need to know to choose a wireless router, configure a network, and get started.

    Select a Wireless Router

    Recent routers, like this one from Linksys, sleekly hide the antennas inside the case. These days, you should buy a router that uses the 802.11n wireless standard. But there are a few caveats. This Wi-Fi protocol is backward-compatible with 802.11g and 802.11b; if you or a visitor uses a laptop based on one of those older technologies, the machine will work with your new router so long as you configure the router for backward compatibility. The 802.11n spec reaches farther and transfers data faster than the other two Wi-Fi methods; nevertheless, it has not yet received official approval as a standard.

    The final 802.11n specifications are expected to appear in 2010, so technically you’ll be buying a draft 802.11n router. There’s a very small chance that current routers won’t work with the final standard; but since the companies that sit on the 802.11n decision board have been selling their versions of those chips, they are unlikely to rock the boat much at this point. Instead, a free firmware release will likely update today’s routers to the final approved specification.

    It’s a good idea to choose a dual-band router. Such routers divide traffic over two areas of the wireless spectrum, 2.4GHz and 5GHz. This arrangement basically opens up an extra lane for communications so the network can handle more data at once, and at faster speeds. Many routers, such as the Linksys Simultaneous Dual-N Band Wireless Router (WRT610N). can divide traffic over two SSIDs (service set identifiers–aka network names), letting you put slower or lower-security 802.11b devices on their own loop. Other routers, such as the Netgear Rangemax Dual Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router (WNDR3700 ) let you isolate traffic on the two wireless networks. This is ideal for leaving an open segment as a neighborly gesture, while closing off file sharing to your PCs.

    You should base the remainder of your buying decision on the router’s ports. Even though theoretically you could set up a wireless-only system, your network will likely consist of a mixture of wired and wireless devices. Wired connections are still optimal for speed, simplicity, reliability, and security.

    Many wireless routers still include 100Base-T ethernet, instead of the speedier gigabit (1000Base-T) standard. Look for a model that incorporates the higher gigabit speed so that your network can keep wired traffic blazing along. Even while streaming high-definition video around your home, you’ll be able to share other files without a slowdown. For maximum benefit you’ll have to use gigabit ethernet computers, but you could upgrade your 100Base-T clients subsequently, since they (and 10Base-T clients) still work with faster hardware. Routers commonly include about four ethernet ports. Get more if you need them (and if you can)–or see my instructions at “Use a Switch to Add More Ports ,” to increase the number later on.

    Some routers include a USB port, too. Consult the documentation for the specific model you’re considering purchasing for details of its use; typically, you can connect the USB port to a printer or hard drive to bring those devices onto the network. If those features match your needs, the extra cost is justified. If not, focus on the abilities discussed earlier.

    If range is crucial in your setup, be sure to get a router that has an external antenna port, and don’t naively rely on the broadcast distance advertised on the packaging. Many factors influence a router’s range, including the structure of the surrounding building and interference from neighbors. If you’re trying to blanket an entire house–or backyard–you miay have to buy a second access point.


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