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    It doesn't meet all your requirements but I use Arlo Pro cameras. Wireless with batteries that last 6 months. Motion sensitive that send alerts to your phone. Viewable live on your phone with sound. Cloud storage and you can get the dedicated router to screech alarm like if necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelnut View Post
    I think you'll find they have - it might just not be immediately apparent.

    They have to have a battery, otherwise it's a simple matter of cutting the feed to it in order to silence it.
    What you say makes sense. Like you say it may just not be very apparent if it's small and exposed when removing the lid to make connections. I've never had to change one, only the lead acid back up battery in the control panel.

    Having said that, the way I fit them there is no external cable visible or accessible for anyone to cut.

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