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Q&A:

Scott asked is it possible for a wireless home security system to cause interference with other remote controls?

recently had a security system put on my home which uses wireless sensors. in less than a week, my remote controls for my digital cable box and tv are not working as they should. I have to be about a foot or so away from the cable box for it to work and when it does it only works for a few seconds. Replaced cable box remote with a new one and still the same thing. any help would be greatly appreciated on what to do or who to call.

And got the following answer:

no
cable and TVs user Infra-red remotes, that require Line-of-Site. Security systems use a wireless RF technology, so its completely unrelated. Possibly your security system could mess with your cordless phones, or wireless internet/networking, but your TV/cable can’t be related.

what you are describing sounds like what can happen when the battery is low on the remote, or the sensors are partially covered… check and make sure you have new good name-brand batteries (duracell, energizer), and maby use a little windex on a paper towel on the front of the remotes, they usually have a extremely-dark red surface, that the transmitter hides behind, and clean it well… then find those surfaces on your TV & cable box and make sure there isn’t anything in the way of them, and clean those with the towel/windex

MariChelita asked What home security system do you recommend?

I am looking in to getting a home security system for my home. What do you all recommend. The only really that I know of is ADT, but I know there are more out there.

What do you recommend?
What do you NOT recommend?
What have your experiences been?

Please help me make a good choice for the safety, security, and peace of mind of my family.
I apologize. I thought I had posted to home and garden and instead posted here.

And got the following answer:

AVG or Malware bytes are the best! Love them both. I have the free version and they are amazing!

DO NOT
UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
BUY
OR
DOWNLOAD ANY VERSION OF

NORTON= THE DEATH OF YOUR COMPUTER.

It took over my sisters almost like a virus, I had to do some serious work on it.

FleaFly asked What is the probability at least one of the selected homes has a security system?

Assume there are 20 homes in the Quail Creek area and 9 of them have a security system.Four homes are selected at random.
What is the probability at least one of the selected homes has a security system?

I’ve tried (9/20)
I’ve tried 4(9/20)
Neither are correct. How do you do this?

And got the following answer:

The probability that none has a security system
= 11/20 * 10/19* 9/18 * 8/17
= 0.0681

Hence the probability that at least 1 has a security system
= 1 – 0.0681
= 0.9319

MariChelita asked What home security system do you recommend?

I am looking in to getting a home security system for my home. What do you all recommend. The only really that I know of is ADT, but I know there are more out there.

What do you recommend?
What do you NOT recommend?
What have your experiences been?

Please help me make a good choice for the safety, security, and peace of mind of my family.

And got the following answer:

My family and I use
LifeShield home security, and it’s GREAT!
3 forms of protection, and you can set up video cameras, and activate and deactivate from your mobile device.

you can find the nearest location to get one at:
http://local.lifeshield.com/USA/

Josh.S asked How do I wire my home for a security system?

I need to wire my home for an security system, specificly for Brinks Home Security. Can you tell me the needed parts.

And got the following answer:

Stay away from Brinks or ADT.
Talk to a small alarm installation company and look for someone with a reputable and local monitoring station.
I have a few ideas and pointers on my web page.
http://members.rennlist.org/warren/security.html

FleaFly asked What is the probability at least one of the selected homes has a security system?

Assume there are 20 homes in the Quail Creek area and 9 of them have a security system.Four homes are selected at random.
What is the probability at least one of the selected homes has a security system?

I’ve tried (9/20)
I’ve tried 4(9/20)
Neither are correct. How do you do this?

And got the following answer:

Look at the complement event:

P(at least one has a security system) = 1 – P(none have security systems)

To find P(none have security systems) we have

20 choose 4, 20 C 4 = 4845, way to pick four homes

There are (11 C 4)( 9 C 0) = 330 ways to pick four without security systems and zero with a security system.

P(at least one has a security system)
= 1 – P(none have security systems)
= 1 – 330 / 4845
= 0.9318885

Bover3 asked Can someone suggest a security system/home alarm system for a home in Oldsmar, Florida? Zip 34677?

Talked to Brinks and ADT in regards to a home alarm/security system in Oldsmar, FL. Does anyone have any advice, suggestions as to experience with these two companies or others in this area you can suggest? Thank you.

And got the following answer:

As far as the big guys go, I have received alot of business from them, usually people PO’d at their lack of service.
In my totally biased opinion, I would suggest you look around for a local company. Sometimes you can get a better level of service from a smaller operator. Just be careful of the fly-by-night trunk slammers.

The thing to keep in mind, a security system should be designed around your needs as well as the unique conditions in and around your home. The typical $99 package deals do not address all situations. Talking to a local professional will be your best bet, ultimately the choice is yours, do not let a sales monkey pressure you into a system which does not suite you and your needs.

As for wireless, the technology is far from perfect, in my opinion, the flaws by far weigh out the benefits. I have written a number of articles on security related topics. These can be found on my website at http://www.keepsafesystems.ca. You might be interested in Protection 101, False Alarm Info as well as a little blurb on the flaws in wireless security systems which can be found in the Archive. Also, if you are considering smoke detectors, theft by fire might help you out.

Good Luck

Heinz

As for X-10, I’ve seen bad things happen to good people, unless you like false alarms I would stay away. I used to use their line carrier stuff for Home automation, although it is nice in principle it is what it is… a cheap solution.

rayc asked My current security system for my home computer is about to expire, WHAT is a good security system to buy?

I need to get a security system for my home computer what is a decent system that is still affordable?

And got the following answer:

I don’t know what is good. But, I know what is bad.
Bitdefender don’t honor their 3 users. They unprotected what they consider one license(only 1 user). If they can’t get their license to work right. I doubt their protection.
Norton does let some viruses walk through.
Kaspersky, try few years ago, it is like strict jacket. Ask you permission all the time. It is ok?

I recommend just get the free program the above two recommend. Don’t do anything important like banking or online shopping on computer.