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The sensor board 1108 optionally sits on a rear interior surface of the device housing 702. An image sensor array 1114 may be disposed on top of an end of the sensor board 1108, and the lens assembly 704 may be further disposed on top of the image sensor array 1114, such that light passing through the lens assembly 704 arrives at the image sensor array 1114 to form an image captured by the image sensor array 1114. In some implementations, the sensor board 1108 includes an image processor. The image processor of the sensor board 1108 is optionally located directly below the image sensor array 1114 to facilitate further processing of the image captured by the image sensor array 1114. In some implementations, the sensor board 1108 also includes a connector for communicatively coupling the sensor board 1108 to the image sensor array 1114. In some implementations, the image sensor array 1114 and/or the image processor of the sensor board 1108 is thermally coupled to a heat spreader 1138 that is disposed under the image sensor array 1114 and configured for dissipating heat generated while images are being captured and processed. The sensor board 1108 may include one or more of a power supply connector 11082, an AC DC converter 11084, a voltage regulator 11086 and a power unit 11088. The power supply connector 11082 is electrically coupled to the plurality of wire terminals 720, and configured to receive an external power supply. The AC DC converter 11084 is coupled to the power supply connector 11082 and configured to generate one or more DC supply voltages to drive various electronic components of the doorbell camera 106. The voltage regulator 11086 is configured to regulate the one or more DC supply voltages to one or more internal supply voltages as needed. The power unit 11088 is coupled to the image sensor array 1114 and/or the image processor to provide power therefor.

reviews on home security systems

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

If you add wireless smoke/heat detectors, plan to spend about $1,300 for DIY alarm systems. That’s about half of what a professional alarm company would charge. Monitoring service, which notifies the police or fire department, can cost $40 or more per month. But if you shop around, you can get it for about $10 per month. Some alarm installers recommend eliminating window transmitters and installing motion sensors instead. These sensors are similar to the motion detectors that turn on outdoor floodlights.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

These provisions would be in direct violation of the Rwandan governments ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRPD. Forced sterilization would not only violate the rights of persons with disabilities but is also regarded as a crime against humanity by the International Criminal Court. The mandatory testing of HIV and disclosure of results would infringe on privacy rights and lead to abuse. People with intellectual disabilities are among the most marginalized and vulnerable groups in our societies, measures such as those proposed by Rwanda despite their international obligations under the Convention, serve to dehumanize and devalue people. Diane Richler, President of Inclusion International, "People with intellectual disabilities all over the world continue to be victims of human rights abuses. The CRPD was conceived to protect against these kinds of abuses by governments and society. We must build awareness of human rights and call on governments to respect and promote those rights. " For More Information Contact:Connie Laurin BowieDirector, Policy and ProgrammesInclusion Internationalc/o Canadian Association for Community Living4700 Keele St. , York University, Kinsman BuildingToronto, Ontario, CANADA, M3J 1P3Phone: 416 661 9611 ext. 203, Fax: 416661 5701Email: conniel@inclusion international. org Human Rights Watch Press releaseJuly 1, 2009 Compulsory HIV testing, sterilization of disabled violate rights New York The Rwandan Parliament should remove provisions in a draft lawthat would mandate compulsory HIV testing and require the sterilization ofall individuals with intellectual disabilities, Human Rights Watch saidtoday.