Introducing the New SimpliSafe® Smart Alarm Wireless Indoor Security Camera
SimpliSafe®, maker of award-winning home security systems, today announced the launch of the Smart Alarm Wireless Indoor Security Camera. The camera is SimpliSafe’s most advanced camera yet and works seamlessly with the award-winning SimpliSafe® Home Security system* to make sure every inch of your home is protected around the clock.
Designed with advanced motion detection with vision AI, it’s the only indoor camera that can trigger an alarm and sound a built-in 80 dB siren for fast intruder deterrence. Instant phone alerts warn you the moment your camera detects unusual activity, so you’ll always know what’s happening at home. It can also tell the difference between people and pets, for fewer false alarms.
With 1536p HD video capture and 10x digital zoom, the new camera allows you to watch over your home in crystal clear detail both day and night. You can live stream, record, and download videos of your home on your mobile device, anytime, anywhere with the SimpliSafe® App.**
The camera provides privacy when you want it and protection when you need it with the automated privacy shutter. The SimpliSafe® system has three different modes – off, home and away – and this camera will integrate with the system’s modes and automatically adjust the privacy shutter depending on the setting, whist you can also adjust this via the app.
Like the rest of the SimpliSafe® system, the setup is simple. The camera is wireless, so you can easily mount it to a wall or place it on a shelf, giving you the flexibility to get the best vantage point.
A 10-foot USB charging cable is included in the box, giving you the option to have a permanent power source and eliminating any worry about recharging the camera.
The Smart Alarm Wireless Indoor Security Camera is £139.99 and is available from SimpliSafe.co.uk.
The camera launch comes off the heels of the SimpliSafe® Gen 2 Motion Sensor which launched earlier this month. Similar to the camera, the Gen 2 Motion sensor has the advanced ability to distinguish between people and pets, with the aim to reduce false alarms.