Frequency Finder Bug Detector

Frequency Finder Bug Detector Protect yourself from all the most commonly used bugs wherever you go. Scan a room or vehicle in minutes and be sure you know that no one is listening to what you say, watching what you do, or following your movements. It's easy enough for anyone to use to detect and zero in on a camera or audio transmitter almost immediately, and small enough to carry in a pocket or purse. The simple light meter alerts you to the presence of any wireless transmitters and GPS trackers within approximately 25 feet. As you approach the source of a signal, the meter will light up, until you're right on top of the transmission source. When looking for cameras, just connect the lens finder attachment to the top of the device and look through the lens to pinpoint their locations within about 15 feet.



Yale Z-Wave Deadbolt YRD210ZW Oil Rubbed Bronze

Yale Z-Wave Deadbolt YRD210ZW Oil Rubbed Bronze This Z-Wave compatible deadbolt lock is the latest in deadbolt technology. For use with most standard doors as a retro replacement or in lieu of standard deadbolts, the lock comes equipped with many useful and convenient features. Available in multiple colors and finishes, the motorized deadbolt works from an illuminated keypad, close-proximity Z-Wave automation remotes or remotely from enabled internet capable devices such as computers and smartphones. And of course, there's traditional keyed access. This state of the art lock can be programmed to open, close, and control access according to a predetermined schedule, inform parties via email when activity has taken place, and send low battery warnings. Z-Wave compatibility allows the lock to work in conjunction with Z-Wave compliant home security systems and home electronics that allow operation of the lock from alarm keypads and even television screens. Up to 25 individual access codes are available from the lock's keypad, and in case of electronic (or battery) failure, it comes with two system override keys, which can also be used instead of codes or automation.