SEC warns of investment scams related to Hurricane Ida

The US Securities and Exchange Commission warns investors of potential investment scams that leverages Hurricane Ida as a bait. The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is warning investors of potential investment scams related to Hurricane Ida. Scammers will likely target individuals and organizations that are eligible to receive large payouts from insurance […]

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September 4, 2021

Prewiring new home for PoE cameras – critique my camera placement

I’m going through my structured wiring plans for a new home build and putting in CAT6 prewires for camera locations. This is my first time wiring a home for cameras after realizing a few years ago that wiring an older home for PoE cameras was cost prohibitive. I’m trying to balance aesthetics from the street while having cameras visible to act as deterrent as well as not having my neighbors hate me or think I’m strange for having a ton of cameras.

Because of how my builder prices CAT6 prewire sites, it makes sense to get sets of 4 prewire sites. After accounting for what I’ll need indoors for networking, it leaves 7 sites on the exterior/garage. I can buy a single extra prewire, but then it’s not much more than just buy four more sites instead of a single.

This is my current draft. The camera point in red is one that I’m thinking about but haven’t committed to. To meet a total of 7 sites, I would have to skip that one or lose a different site to gain the one there. Or just suck it up and pay for a single extra prewire.

I will also have a hardwired doorbell camera that’s not shown on the draft.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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September 4, 2021