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September 23, 2021

Should I utilize a security camera as a baby monitor in St. Louis?

Should I utilize a security camera as a baby monitor in St. Louis?

When setting up your child’s first room, you built the crib, painted the space a soft, lighter shade, and created the ultimate diaper changing station. The next step is to determine the manner in which you're going to keep an eye on your newborn. You could go with the conventional monitoring choice that gives you the ability to hear through a connected audio receiver, or you could go high-tech and get high-definition video, 2-way communication, and initialization through motion sensing.

The higher tech alternative is equivalent to the video surveillance found in a comprehensive home security system, but would you use a security camera as a baby monitor in St. Louis? 

A security camera baby monitor is part of a larger smart home

The great part about using a security camera as a baby monitor in St. Louis is that it can link to your additional home automation and security components. As an illustration, if you see that your newborn is particularly restless, you are able to tweak your thermostat from the security app to make it more comfortable. In addition, as they rouse for their midnight feeding, you can increase the brightness of the room's smart bulbs to signal you will be there soon. In the event you have at least two small children in unconnected areas, you can supply each one a camera and monitor the feeds in the same smartphone app.

An indoor security camera in St. Louis is included in your comprehensive home defense plan

If you would like a home security camera to use as a baby monitor or you just need to upgrade your general security, start by calling Secure24 Alarm Systems. A Vivint professional will walk you through the available choices and assist in getting the most suitable security system for you. Place a call to (314) 274-9817 or submit the form on this page.