D-link Wireless Ac Day/night Camera With Color Night Vision (dcs-2136l) Review & Rating | Pcmag.com

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View all 5 photos in gallery The camera housing is white with a round black lens enclosure that holds a Sony 1/3-megapixel CMOS sensor and a fixed 3.6mm lens. The front of the camera has a single white LED that provides light for color night vision, a passive infrared motion sensor, power and WPS status indicators, and a microphone for two-way audio communication. The camera offers wireless 802.11ac networking, as well as wired gigabit Ethernet networking, and it has a 10X digital zoom. The rear of the camera is host to a LAN port, a speaker, a power jack, a WPS button, a Reset button, and a DI/DO port for connecting to external devices. The left side of the camera has a microSD card slot for storing captured video and still images, but you’ll have to supply your own card.
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When I forced the Piper NV to switch, it was very sluggish to update, leaving a long green screen and then a very pixelated picture for several minutes while the bit stream caught up. Parts of the image rendered clearly, but any movement turned into a pixelated mess, despite being set to use maximum bandwidth for local network streaming. Video from the regular cameras was still smooth, so it’s unlikely my home network was throttling the Piper NV’s video stream to such low quality. A great app, when it works The software is so intuitive that my two-year-old was able to add a smart plug with minimal coaching. He enjoys turning a lamp on and off through the Piper app. I’m a fan of the home vitals tab as well, which shows stats per Piper, illustrating temperature and humidity differences between levels of our 100-year-old home. One of several errors I encountered on opening the Piper app.
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Visit the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay website to find more information on how you can Add a Little to your life today. Follow the 2015 Big Night conversation using the hashtag #BigNight2015 and on Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bays social channels: YouTube: youtube.com/user/bbbsmassbay About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay is an innovative, energetic organization that is making a real difference in the lives of 2,000 youth annually by providing them with an invested, caring adult mentor. With research and proven outcomes at its core, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay is working to ensure every child has the support from caring adults that they need for healthy development and success in life. The organizations vision is to inspire, engage and transform communities in Massachusetts Bay by helping youth achieve their full potential, contributing to healthier families, better schools, brighter futures and stronger communities.
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NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP: New chairman says Lockheed Martin site, new trails a priority for 2015 – The Advance – BucksLocalNews.com

It would be great to pass a trail plan, get that together and implemented and start laying some new trails, he said. 2015 will be a great year for our township and I’m really looking forward to what’s on the horizon, he said. See Full Story NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> In a 3-2 party line vote Monday night, the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors elected Republican Ryan Gallagher as chairman for the coming year. The board also elected outgoing chairman Mike Gallagher as vice chairman in the same 3-2 vote with Democrats Jen Dix and Phil Calabro voting against both appointments. Voting in favor of the appointments were Republican supervisors Mike Gallagher, Ryan Gallagher and Kyle Davis.
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Piper NV review: A good connected-home hub and camera gets nightvision

A CALIFORNIA MAN WAS SENT TO PRISON FOR 14 YEARS AND THE FBI LONGWOOD, Fla. – Until the night last June when Trevor Ragno and some friends were playing with a small laser pointer in his family’s backyard hot tub, the 19-year-old had never been in trouble with the law. [WEB EXTRA: Risks of pointing lasers at aircraft ] But Ragno’s decision to aim that 99-cent green laser at a Seminole County sheriff’s helicopter changed his life, possibly forever. “I could definitely tell it was a helicopter,” said Ragno, who admits that he intentionally targeted the aircraft. “I didn’t think it could do much, which was definitely very wrong.” Although Ragno’s grandfather is a retired airline captain, and although Ragno once took flying lessons himself, he claims he had no idea pointing lasers at aircraft was a violation of state and federal laws.
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