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How many people can say that every window and door including their basement ones are wired. As soon as the window opens the alarm goes off. Most wireless systems would use a motion sensor inside the basement. Which is fine but at that point the person is already inside. So my question is how do you take a wired system and update it for new technology?Do you have to replace the main board and reconnect all the wires to the new board?My current system only has a dial connection to my security monitoring company. I am looking for the ability to monitor my house from the Internet and to have alerts sent to me when something happens.

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In fact, the circle it getting smaller because reactions are getting faster and people are paranoid. I hope something changes for the better soon. Anyone who has ever had anything stolen from them knows that the effects of the incident are far reaching, and even more so than one may think initially. The feeling of loss and violation that the article mentions is something that have experienced firsthand and never want to feel again. It made me fear for my own safety, the safety of my family and the security of my property and belongings. There are items that go well beyond any kind of monetary value to me such as pictures and family heirlooms. Losing those could never be made up for. Fortunately, the break in only netted a few electronic items such as my digital camera and laptop computer which I had pretty well backed up onto an external hard drive. Altogether, about $2,000 worth of property was taken from the premises, but it could have been worse. I think that many people will also be surprised by some of these statistics. I certainly was surprised to discover that most burglaries occurred between the hours of 10am and 3pm.

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In fact, the circle it getting smaller because reactions are getting faster and people are paranoid. I hope something changes for the better soon. Anyone who has ever had anything stolen from them knows that the effects of the incident are far reaching, and even more so than one may think initially. The feeling of loss and violation that the article mentions is something that have experienced firsthand and never want to feel again. It made me fear for my own safety, the safety of my family and the security of my property and belongings. There are items that go well beyond any kind of monetary value to me such as pictures and family heirlooms. Losing those could never be made up for. Fortunately, the break in only netted a few electronic items such as my digital camera and laptop computer which I had pretty well backed up onto an external hard drive. Altogether, about $2,000 worth of property was taken from the premises, but it could have been worse. I think that many people will also be surprised by some of these statistics. I certainly was surprised to discover that most burglaries occurred between the hours of 10am and 3pm.

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