Protect any door or window that an intruder could access from the outside of your home. Ground floor and basement entry points are the most common to protect.
What it does
Your base station is the hub of Scout. It plugs into your internet router, talks to each of the sensors and then send messages to you over WIFI or cellular signals.
How many do you need
Every Scout system needs at least one base station. E-mail us if you think your situation warrants more than one.
7.48" H x 7.48" W x 1.73" D
The door panel is an RFID reader. You can manually arm and disarm the system with your included RFID key fobs. It also includes an open / close sensor.
You need one of these for each door that you would like to arm and disarm the system from. You don't have to have one at every door, unless you want that for convenience.
5" H x 3.05" W x .75" D
Open / Close sensors monitor the opening or closing of any door, window, cabinet, liquor cabinets, safe, etc.
You'll want one open / close sensor for each window that is accessible to potential intruders from the outside. You will also want one open / close sensor for each entry door that does not have an arm / disarm panel.
2.52" H x 2" W x .67" D
Motion sensors are good for guarding rooms with glass doors, or large windows, where an intruder could break the glass without opening the door or window.
Most houses have at least two rooms that fit this criteria. You can operate a Scout system without motion sensors, but it is not recommended for most houses.
3.93" H x 2.4" W x .1.06" D
The yard sign deters criminals from trying to break in. It lets potential intruders know that your home is being monitored.
This is completely up to you. We recommend at least one yard sign, if you have a yard. We will also be offering window decals when we launch.
9" H x 9" W (on a 36" H pole)