Notion, another home monitoring system, is made to match your security camera’s features, the system will keep an eye on every entry and window on the house, along with alerts on water leaks, emergency alarms, and existing temperatures. It collects the information your security camera can’t, to help you build out an entire picture of how your house is doing even if you’re away.
Notion includes two sections: the bridge and the sensors. The bridge is an item that plugs into an outlet and hops into your Wi-Fi network, letting it work as a center for the various sensors spread all over your property. Each sensor module includes some actual sensors inside, allowing it execute multiple tasks. Indeed, they could have done different modules for every single sensor, even though doing it this way sure should make it simpler and easier to install.
You set up the sensor by attaching it to a surface area with the included adhesive at the back, then setting up the app and setting up its specific purpose on there. As of now, you may use the sensor section to look after one of four points: movement, water, audio, and temperature. For the movement, you can connect the sensor to a door or perhaps a window to obtain alarms each time each one is opened while affixing it to a lower section of the wall in the washroom can inform you when the region gets flooded. For the audio function, it is possible to put it close to your smoke alarm to get a direct alert each time it goes off, as the temperature feature enables you to track specific temperatures in every single part of the house.