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Construction Marketplace 3 9 Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Hanwha Techwin Introduces New Eco-Friendly Baby Monitor Hanwha Techwin (formerly Samsung Techwin) debuted the Wisenet BabyView Eco PT wireless video baby monitor – the latest in its line of consumer video monitoring and home surveillance prod- ucts. The BabyView Eco PT includes an energy efficient mode for power conser- vation and has a camera that allows users to pan up to 295 degrees and tilt up to 110 degrees for a full range of visibility in any room of the home where children are present. "Hanwha Techwin is committed to providing home security products that effortlessly enable people to keep an eye on their homes and children," said Richard Simone, Hanwha Techwin America Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "The BabyView Eco PT is the newest addition to our line of video baby monitors, helping people keep their babies even safer with low-power consumption and a full range of vision control." Parents can now keep a closer eye on their children thanks to the remote-con- trol pan and tilt function of the new BabyView Eco PT camera. Especially useful for babies who have begun to crawl or inquisitive toddlers who love to explore, the BabyView Eco PT allows parents to maneuver the camera vertical- ly and horizontally to get a better view of the surrounding area. The BabyView Eco PT lets parents create a more energy efficient and envi- ronmentally friendly home for their chil- dren with its energy-saving Eco mode. While the device does come with VOX mode as well, the Eco mode gives users another way to further conserve power. When in Eco mode, the monitor only wakes up when the camera detects sound, extending the moni- tor's battery life. Each user can set their own sound sensitivity level. In addition, the monitor and camera con- nect by only using radio frequency sig- nals every two seconds, ensuring lower radiation in the baby's room. The color 4.3" LCD touchscreen monitor display provides clear, real-time video with at least six hours of battery life. The BabyView Eco PT also has a long-range radio frequency of 900 feet within line of sight, giving parents the freedom to do what they need to around the house without losing contact with their baby. It supports up to four cameras, and features multiple viewing modes: single, sequence and multi-camera view. The BabyView Eco PT is equipped with a room temperature sensor, allowing parents to keep an eye on the temperature of the baby's room through the monitor. In addition, the camera has a built-in microphone and high-quality speaker for two-way talk. The device comes pre-programmed with four lullabies and three types of white noise to soothe the baby and help them fall asleep. Additionally, it's equipped with night vision capabilities up to 16 feet to produce clear images in low-light or dark conditions, using built- in non-visible infrared LED lights. Pricing and availability of the new BabyView Eco PT will be announced soon. Visit www.wisenetlife.com for more infor- mation. Next Generation of Aura Uses WiFi Motion and Mesh Technology to Monitor Your Home Without Cameras Cognitive Systems Corp., creators of WiFi Motion, announced the availability of the next generation of the Aura home monitoring system. Aura allows con- sumers a view into their home – without cameras. The system is simple to setup and uses advanced WiFi Motion technol- ogy to monitor the disruption of wireless signals caused by movement, and alerts homeowners to when and where motion occurs. "The latest version of Aura provides even more insight into activity happening in the home, while maintaining the priva- cy of our customers," said Taj Manku, Chief Executive Officer of Cognitive Systems. WiFi Motion Technology Unlike other sensors that use heat or light, Aura uses wireless signals – a more accurate and dependable way of detecting motion. The new Aura expandable Beacon-based system uses a combination of advanced algorithms and machine learning to distinguish between people, pets and mechanical motion (like a fan). With the use of three or more Beacons, mesh motion sensing is unlocked, allowing homeowners to be notified where and when motion occurs in their home. The engineering team at Cognitive is continuously optimizing and advancing WiFi Motion. These advances will be provided as software updates. Home Automation Aura integrates with other smart home products to expand the automation and control in the home. Consumers can also create custom recipes with IFTTT to use motion as a trigger to control connected lights, WiFi cameras and more. Today, Aura works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home to provide users with voice control of their Aura system. The list of smart home integrations will continue to grow with more coming soon. Mobile App Aura is managed using the new Aura Home smartphone app available for free from the Apple App Store and on Google Play. With the app, customers can create a simple layout of their home, view live motion, motion intensity, historical motion, see who is home and change between five scenes. In homes with three or more Beacons, users can also view in which room the motion occurred. Scenes are new to Aura and allow users to customize how they receive notifica- tions on their smartphone about what's happening in their home. Home – use when family members are home. Away – use when no one is home. Night – use while sleeping at night to activate specific Aura Beacons. Pet (beta) – use to help Aura learn your pet motion when no one is home. Guardian – use to keep an eye on loved ones or to monitor remote proper- ties. Use Cases Aura provides peace of mind and insights into places where cameras may not be appropriate or wanted. Family Insights – know when the kids got home, when they went to bed or if they try to sneak out at night. Elderly Care – keep an eye on aging parents, without impacting their privacy – know that they are up and moving and get notified if motion isn't detected. Rental property owners – understand when guests arrive and leave, and know if the property is being used for a party. For more information, visit www .aurahome.com. Anchor Graphics Focused on Delivering Exceptional Customer Service In 1984, Anchor Graphics Labels & More rooted its foundations into a small town on the outskirts of Dallas, Texas. With just three printing and packaging machines up and running, this family- owned and operated business initially focused its services on custom printing. But as time progressed and technol- ogy developed, a new demand for labels had emerged. It was 1992, when an estimated 2.9 million people integrated pagers into their commercial businesses. Individuals worldwide began using beepers for per- sonal use as wide-area paging became more accessible. Nevertheless, both com- mercial and individual users found them- selves in need of durable labels display- ing company branding and contact infor- mation. While most printing and labeling industries shied away from difficult and small quantity printing, Anchor Graphics embraced this advancement in society and accepted the new challenge. Fast-forward 25 years and Anchor Graphics Labels & More currently serves as one of the nation's leading solutions providers for the cellular industry, septic and property management field. Offering, but not limited to: IMEI labels, LDI/water evident labels, lens tapes, wraps, manuals, gaskets and more. Anchor Graphics' current owner, Leslie Goolsby, has walked in conjunc- tion with the company – growing up alongside it. She has molded the funda- mentals of family into the work environ- ment and takes immense pride in the rela- tionship shared between her employees and customers. From the hardships of owning a small business to watching it succeed and thrive, Leslie Goolsby's Christian beliefs inform her company's vision. This upcoming new year, Anchor Graphics has once again integrated both print and digital mediums into produc- tion. A new e-commerce website will fully serve the property management field, making it simple, convenient and more accessible for customers to place an order. Since 1984, Anchor Graphics Labels & More has evolved along society, set- ting the example of how a company should interact with its clients. Serving the nation with a servant's heart, Anchor Graphics is truly The Rare Breed. For more information, go to www.anchorgraphics.com. Blaupunkt True Wireless Earbuds Blaupunkt, the iconic consumer electron- ics brand is back in the USA for the first time since 1996. A company once renowned for its car audio technology brings a great selection of speakers and headphones for any occasion. Say good- bye to annoying earbud cables with the new Blaupunkt Wireless Earbuds with microphone. No strings attached, these earbuds are actually wireless and sound awesome. Bluetooth 4.1 streaming tech- nology allows you up to 60 feet of range and offers quality sound without a single cable between the earbuds or the device to create a genuine feeling of freedom and flexibility. Other features and specifications include: stor- age case to hold and charge the earbuds; 10 hours of talk time and music time; hands-free calling; enhanced bass for great sound, Bluetooth version: V4.1; drive: 8mm; bat- tery: 500Mah; impedance: 16ohms; product weight: 68g; working voltage: 3.2V-4.2V; sen- sitivity: -42db±2db; frequency range: 2.4-2.48Ghz; and distance: <10m.

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