If you have your own home security cameras, you may be wondering if you can integrate them with Xfinity Home, Comcast’s home security and automation service. The short answer is yes, but there are a few things to keep in mind.
First, not all home security cameras are compatible with Xfinity Home. Comcast has a list of compatible cameras on its website. If your camera is not on the list, it might still work with Xfinity Home, but Comcast cannot guarantee compatibility.
Second, even if your camera is compatible with Xfinity Home, it might not work with all of the features of the service. For example, you might be able to view live video from your camera on the Xfinity Home app, but you might not be able to record video or use two-way audio.
Finally, if you do add your own camera to Xfinity Home, it will be treated as an “add-on” device. That means it will not be covered by Comcast’s standard warranty or monitoring services. If something goes wrong with your camera, you will need to contact the manufacturer for support.
So, if you have a compatible camera and you’re comfortable with being responsible for its support and warranty coverage, adding it to Xfinity Home can give you additional peace of mind.
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Most Xfinity Home devices require a professional installation; however, you can purchase additional equipment and install it yourself: Cameras. Thermostats. Outlet Controllers (lights and small appliances) 
It also has artificial intelligence that can tell the difference between a car, pet or person. It will tag your video with what it detects and you can later use those tags to filter your clips. Comcast only offers this camera, though, and it’s wired.24 Oct 2021 
New Xfinity cable TV subscribers are eligible for a free installation kit when they bundle internet service with television. Current Xfinity TV customers are also eligible if they add an internet bundle. The only real requirement is having a functioning Xfinity cable line to your home. 
Since the Xfinity Video Doorbell is powered using existing wiring, your indoor chime box will ring. Additionally, the Xfinity app and X1 platform will send you a doorbell ring notification to alert you when someone has rung the Xfinity Video Doorbell. 
On the Sensor & Zones screen, tap Add a Sensor/Zone. On the Locating Wireless Sensor screen, do the following, then tap Next. Put the sensor in pairing mode by placing the sensor face down and removing the plastic battery tab. 
SimpliSafe is best for customers who want more equipment package options with the ability to add more equipment. Xfinity is best for customers who need the home security system to integrate with other smart devices.4 Mar 2022 
Understanding Motion Notifications Motion Notifications send a notification to your phone each time your Xfinity Camera or Xfinity Video Doorbell detects motion. You can turn notifications on or off for any or all of your cameras and you can specify the type of activity that triggers a notification. 
Yes, you can add your own cameras to Xfinity Home, but we don’t recommend it.
First, Xfinity Home’s professional monitoring services are top-notch and second to none. If you add your own camera, you’ll be responsible for monitoring it yourself, which can be a hassle.
Second, Xfinity Home’s cameras are specifically designed to work with the Xfinity Home system. They’re tested and certified to meet our high standards for security and reliability. Adding your own camera could jeopardize the security of your home.
So, while you can technically add your own cameras to Xfinity Home, we don’t recommend it. Stick with the professionals at Xfinity Home for all your home security needs.