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Guardzilla’s simple-to-install, standalone motion detector with built-in video camera streams video to users’ smartphones in real time and captures pictures. The motion sensor and siren capabilities allow Guardzilla to identify and deter unwanted intrusions. Requires AC power and wireless Internet. 855-268-7733, www.guardzilla.com
Dakota Alert’s DCMA-2500 wireless motion detector/receiver kit is ideal for protecting your motorhome while on your own property. It features a passive infrared sensor. It operates on one 9-volt battery and can detect a person or vehicle from more than 50 feet away. The sensor can send a signal back to the receiver within a half-mile. The DCR-2500 receiver has four form “C” relay outputs and one 12-volt DC output. The output durations are adjustable up to 10 minutes. The receiver will play one of four different tunes that are selected at the transmitter so that different zones can be distinguished. The receiver is powered by a 12-volt DC transformer. The receiver also offers a five-minute exit delay so you can leave without disturbing any occupants, as well as a reminder beep and counter function. 605-356-2772, www.dakotaalert.com

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