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Linux powers wireless alarm with infrared-triggered camera

Dec 22, 2004 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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CFD Elettronica's Plenitude Premium is an embedded Linux-based home intrusion detection system with cameras tripped by infrared sensors. It includes 32 fully wireless sensors with a claimed battery life of three years, and can send images to mobile phones using any of three wireless protocols.

Find out more about the Plenitude (sic) Premium in our complete Device Profile.

Read complete Device Profile of the Plenitude Premium


 
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