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The hub device 180 is further communicatively coupled to one or more of the smart devices using a radio communication network that is available at least in the smart home environment 100. Communication protocols used by the radio communication network include, but are not limited to, ZigBee, Z Wave, Insteon, EuOcean, Thread, OSIAN, Bluetooth Low Energy and the like. In some implementations, the hub device 180 not only converts the data received from each smart device to meet the data format requirements of the network interface 160 or the networks 162, but also converts information received from the network interface 160 or the networks 162 to meet the data format requirements of the respective communication protocol associated with a targeted smart device. In some implementations, in addition to data format conversion, the hub device 180 further processes the data received from the smart devices or information received from the network interface 160 or the networks 162 preliminary. For example, the hub device 180 can integrate inputs from multiple sensors/connected devices including sensors/devices of the same and/or different types, perform higher level processing on those inputs—e. g. , by processing the video stream, by receiving the event start information from the video source 501, or by detecting a user press on a doorbell button of a doorbell camera. In some implementations, the event candidates include motion event candidates. It is noted that the video source 501 is an example of the video source 222 shown in FIG. 2B. In some implementations, the event candidates include a user press on a doorbell button of a doorbell camera.

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Also, by tapping on one of the installed alarms, you can check the Activity, view the Alarm Information, Change Location and Name, read Technical Information or Delete. Note: Inside the package, you can find the Roost RSA 400 Smoke/Fire/CO/Natural Gas Alarm, the Roost Smart Battery, the Quick Connector and the User Manual. First Alert is definitely one of the most experienced American company when it comes with developing safety products has gathered more than 50 years of experience, but, with the rapid development of the IoT products and the emergence of full fledged smart homes which get more and more complex over the years, First Alert had to adapt to the new market and create its own line of smart smoke and CO detectors to rival the popular Nest Protect. This way, it came into existence the First Alert 2 in 1 Smoke Detector and CO Alarm which has some new technologies implemented such as compatibility with Z Wave products. I wouldn’t really call the Nest Protect an elegant device since for me, it looked more like a wireless speaker, but there is no doubt that it did take a step into the right direction when it came to the aesthetic value of smoke detectors. The Onelink took inspiration and adopted a similar design, but the cheaper First Alert 2 in 1 Z Wave remained humble, featuring an octagonal rugged plastic case, lacking the flashy circular LED light, but still being equipped with everything one would expect from a smoke and CO alarm. So, on the front of the device, there is a fairly large Test/Silence Weekly button, a Power/Smoke Alarm LED and a CO Alarm LED light. On the lateral side, towards the front, there is a sliding compartment where you can enter or replace the batteries simple AA. All around the case and on the front, there are lots of cut out areas to allow a proper air ventilation and for the smoke to enter the device and trigger the alarms. If we take into account the backplate, the First Alert 2 in 1 Z Wave is thicker than your average smoke detectors, measuring 5. 0 x 2.

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So, 15 feet would probably be acceptable.

However, its field of view 125 degrees is narrower than Ring's 140 degrees.

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