Netgear informs Techzine about the introduction of the Arlo Security Light System, a wireless safety light system that is weatherproof. The system is designed to illuminate dark spots around homes and business premises. With this smart lighting solution, users receive notifications when motion is detected.

In the development, Netgear took into account the integration with existing Arlo equipment. For example, smart lighting activates the user’s Arlo Smart Home HD Security Cameras when moving. Additional light can be switched on via the Arlo app. The app allows users to control the security lights from the desired location. Arlo Security Lights can also be controlled with simple voice commands, via the Arlo Skill for Amazon Alexa.

Deterrence

The sensitivity to movement allows the lights to be adapted to the specific security needs. The system is therefore suitable for various locations around the site, such as access paths, gates, front gardens, long driveways, terraces and backyards.

To attract even more attention, you can change the colors, flash on or off and adjust the width of the light beam. Lights can be set to flash red or any other color automatically, or to turn on individually or in groups in synchronized patterns.

Installation

Netgear praises its system for its ease of installation. This is because the units have a battery power supply and there is a long-distance connection to the bridge. The system comes with a rechargeable, removable battery and a flexible mounting kit. Interested parties can optionally purchase a solar panel, for continuous activity without the user having to worry about charging the battery.

The Arlo Security Light System is available immediately. Netgear offers three different packages, in which the number of Wire-Free Smart Lights makes the difference. The interested party will pay EUR 159.99 for one light, EUR 259.99 for two lights and EUR 359.99 for three lights.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.