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Toucan costs $199.

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It comes with a Smart Socket adapter.

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Plug the USB cable into the Smart Socket's USB port.

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Then connect the other side of the USB cable to the Toucan camera's base plate.

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The camera allows lighting controls.

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You can set it to turn on your lights when the camera detects motion -- or on at dusk and off at dawn.

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The Toucan doesn't currently work with any products from other smart-home manufacturers.

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