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September 23, 2021

Should I utilize a security camera as a baby monitor in Austin?

Should I utilize a security camera as a baby monitor in Austin?

When setting up your child’s first room, you built the crib, covered the walls with a delicate, lighter hue, and created the greatest diaper changing space ever. You’re now ready to decide the way you're going to watch over your precious one. You could go with the standard monitor that gives you the ability to hear through an integrated speaker, or you could go high-tech and use high-def video feeds, 2-way communication, and initialization through motion sensing.

This advanced option is equivalent to the video surveillance found in a comprehensive home security system, but can you use a security camera as a baby monitor in Austin? 

Your security camera baby monitor can be part of your integrated smart home plan

The great part about implementing a security camera as a baby monitor in Austin is that it will work in unison with your other home automation and security products. So, for example, if you notice that your little one is particularly restless, you can adjust your integrated thermostat from the security app to increase the room’s comfort. Or when they rouse for a late-night snack, you can slowly illuminate the space’s smart lights to indicate you’re coming. If you by chance have at least two small children in different rooms, you have the ability to furnish each one a security camera and monitor the feeds in a single smartphone app.

An indoor security camera in Austin is an important aspect of your overall home security system

If you would like a home security camera to use as a baby monitor or just want one for your home defense, begin by reaching out to Secure24 Alarm Systems. A Vivint professional will carefully explain the available choices and work hard to configure the right security system for your unique needs. Place a call to (512) 641-0712 or submit the form on this page.