Installtion, Set-up and Use of: Envisalink EVL3 / EVL4, DSC Power Series Alarm systems and Vera UI7 Home Controllers
This directional guide will instruct you on how to physically install the Envisalink EVL3 or EVL4 into an alarm system, setting it up on your network, how to use it, setting up your Vera pertaining to the EVL and optional eyez-on.com account setup.
Installing an Envisalink EVL to your home alarm system and controlling it with your home controller and or, your mobile device will give you the ability to;
Oh yea, did I mention there were NO monthly fees?
What You Will Need:
In this video we show you what a Ecolink WST-100 wireless remote is and how to program it into your DSC alarm system.
If you would like to know more or get a WST-100 please check out our product page here.
If you would like to see the document on this installation, you can go here.
In this sample video we show you how we install our Outdoor Z-Wave Motion Wall Lighting.
If you would like more information on this and other outdoor Z-Wave Motion Lighting including our line of security flood lights please click on the link below.
If you would like the docs form of this video, click here.
Want to know how to automatically arm your alarm by driving down your driveway?
In this instructional video, we show what a geofence is and how to set it up on your Vera Home Automation and Control System.
After setting up your own geofence, your home will automatically do things like turn of the lights, lock the doors and arm the alarm automatically when you leave your home and do the opposite when you come home.
If you are interested in getting a Vera home control / automation system for yourself, you can find them here. These controllers start at less than 100 dollars.
In this demonstration video we show the differences between the Cree A19 9.5 watt LED bulb and the Philips A19 10.5 watt LED bulb.
Cree <9$ each at Amazon at time of this review.
Phillips <7.30$ each at Amazon (If you buy in bulk you can get them at bulk for less than 3$) At time of this review.
Our winner is the Philips for it's lower price and superior illumination and build.
What do you think?
J Miller / 007Systems