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The iSmartAlarm comes with two remote tag keychains, which will let you easily control the basic functions of the system.
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You can place the motion detector wherever you want. Mount it on the wall, stick it on a shelf, or hide it in a plant -- the choice is yours.
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The CubeOne is the brain of the unit, and it also houses the system's main siren. Plug it into your router with an Ethernet cable to get your setup started.
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The system comes with two contact sensors that can detect whenever the two halves are separated. Stick them on your door.
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The free iSmartAlarm app will give you total control over your system, and it's also packed with useful info.
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Adding the iCamera to your system will cost an additional $150. You can peer through its lens any time you like by using the iSmartAlarm app -- you can even control its movement. Whenever the alarm is triggered, it will automatically snap photos and save them to the cloud.
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