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How to Install a Home Automation Security System in Your Home PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 29 June 2010 09:23
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Security systems to home automation are becoming more popular because they control every aspect of your home much easier. They are also popular devices energy savings that can save you a lot of money in the process. home automation systems can also be integrated with security systems at home.

Home security is important because it will prevent your home and property against theft. By integrating home automation and security systems and you can turn the lights on the control devices, and even watch what happens inside the property.
Tools and materials needed

* Home automation control panel
* Security System
* Wiring
* Extra X10 modules

Step 1 - Decide on your needs

You must first develop the requirements of your home automation system. Make sure you install a suitable system that is able to do whatever you need. Update your system at this stage will not be very expensive, but the upgrade system that was installed is very expensive.
Step 2 - Turn off the power

Whenever you work with everything concerning the fuel systems of your home, it is essential that you turn the camera first. Switching the power off will not be very long but it will be the difference between life and death. Never work on electrical circuits - always make sure they are completely dead.
Step 3 - Installing the alarm automation

The alarm automation should be unpacked and instructions must be read. You must look through the instructions that each alarm home automation is installed differently. Most of them include a control panel that is mounted on the wall, it will then be plugged into an electrical outlet nearby.
Step 4 - Set the alarm up

Now it is time to put the rest of the alert, it will normally involve the installation of wireless sensors in the corners of rooms. If you use these sensors fitted and wired will be more complicated.
Step 5 - Setting up cameras

If you have cameras with your alarm, then they should be located in the right place. Carefully choose the location of the cameras so you can see exactly what's happening in your home.
Step 6 - Setting up Home Automation

Now it's a question of setting up the remainder of the home automation to both run your security system. There are many different modules that can be added to your security system, they can make even more powerful.

Connect all the additional X10 modules that you plan to use. There are modules that can be used timer to turn lights on or hardware modules that can be used to configure complex rules and events.
Step 7 - Access to your alarm

Once your alarm is properly configured, you can access it from a website on the Internet. It will thus be able to arm and disarm the alarm remote. This also means that you can turn lights on and off whenever needed.

 
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