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The Arlo Pro camera is waterproof, making it a versatile choice for either indoor or outdoor home security surveillance. The rechargeable battery supports fast charging and a seamless swap without requiring your camera to go offline. This home security camera does require the included base station to connect to your router; the base station or “hub” has a loud siren. The Netgear Arlo Pro doesn’t start recording until you request a live feed, or if a motion is detected, which causes a three second lag between real time and the video displayed. There is also two way audio functionality, which means you can hear what’s happening in the room through the built in mic, and you can also speak into the room and be heard through the built in speaker. This push to talk capability is beneficial for many types of monitoring scenarios.

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App and PerformanceThe Nest Protect uses a split spectrum sensor that Nest says is good at detecting both slow smouldering fires as well as fast burning ones. It's a photoelectric sensor, which is generally better at sensing smouldering fires ionization sensors are faster at quick burning fires, but are more prone to nuisance alarms, but Nest's sensor has a second wavelength that's better for picking up flaming fires. In addition, the Nest Protect has sensors for carbon monoxide, heat, humidity and occupancy. In our lab, we tested the Nest Protect as with all smoke detectors by spraying an aerosol smoke detector tester spray from 5, 10 and 15 feet away, and timing how long it took each alarm to go off. At the 5 and 10 foot mark, the Nest Protect sounded after 18 seconds. At 15 feet, the alarm activated after 28 seconds.

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Earlier this week, the digital rights group Fight for the Future launched a new campaign asking citizens to demand their local police departments end their relationship with the company. Ring has sought to tightly control how police officials portray their partnerships with the company, as both Gizmodo and Motherboard have reported. It sends cops scripted talking points to publish on social media and canned outreach messages to post on Neighbors. The company also asks police departments to sign confidential agreements, which often include a clause promising not to issue public statements about Ring before they are first vetted by Ring itself. “The relationship between the company and the police departments doesn’t necessarily seem to be completely about public safety,” says Dave Maass, a senior investigative researcher at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. “They seem to be enlisting law enforcement in a sort of sales role.