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April 2018

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Home security systems are designed to protect you, your family and even your pets. But sometimes, your furry friends (or even scaly ones) can trigger your home security system. Here’s how you can prevent false alarms:

Sensor Placement

Sensors are one of the biggest challenges when it comes to designing a pet-friendly home security system. Pets can easily trigger both motion and image sensors, which are usually activated by heat or movement. For example, if your pet decides to go to its food bowl while these sensors are armed, a false alarm could be sent to homeowners and responders. This can affect how authorities respond to the alarm because they won’t know if it’s a real threat. Configure your system by:

  • Positioning sensors higher than
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