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Piper

Piper is a little device that offers the perfect balance of security, video monitoring, and home automation, with no monthly fees. Piper is easy to setup and easy to use, simply connect it wirelessly to your home network and control everything remotely trough the included app on your Android/iOS device. You can use Piper´s 180-degree HD live video to take a look around when you’re away, pan tilt and zoom the image, you can even set it to notify you if something happens such as when motion or noise is detected. It also features two-way audio allowing you to talk directly to occupants in the room, and the built-in Z-Wave controller enables you to control, automate and schedule lights and small appliances. watch the video

Learn more from the Piper website, or purchase now from Amazon




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