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In some implementations, the integrated devices of the smart home environment 100 include intelligent, multi sensing, network connected devices that integrate seamlessly with each other in a smart home network e. g. , 202 FIG. 2A and/or with a central server or a cloud computing system to provide a variety of useful smart home functions. The smart home environment 100 may include one or more intelligent, multi sensing, network connected thermostats 102 hereinafter referred to as “smart thermostats 102”, one or more intelligent, network connected, multi sensing hazard detection units 104 hereinafter referred to as “smart hazard detectors 104”, one or more intelligent, multi sensing, network connected entryway interface devices 106 and 120 hereinafter referred to as “smart doorbells 106” and “smart door locks 120”, and one or more intelligent, multi sensing, network connected alarm systems 122 hereinafter referred to as “smart alarm systems 122”. The smart doorbell 106 and/or the smart door lock 120 may detect a person's approach to or departure from a location e. g. , an outer door, control doorbell/door locking functionality e. g. , receive user inputs from a portable electronic device 166 1 to actuate bolt of the smart door lock 120, announce a person's approach or departure via audio or visual means, and/or control settings on a security system e. g.


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As with other systems the cameras can be viewed on a monitor and with a app. The hardest part of a large wireless system such as this is plugging in all the cameras. Each camera will have a 12V DC adapter that plugs into a 120 volt AC wall outlet. How the power is run to each unit will need to be given some thought. This is not as difficult a hurdle though as having to run wires through walls. Summary Using a wireless security camera system with a DVR is a good option when adding wires is not an option.