Here are 7 home security voice commands that our Members love!
- “Arm the system”
- “Activate the sleep scene”
- “Lock the front door”
- “Turn off the lights”
- “Set the temperature to 72°”
- “Close the garage door”
- “Check system status”
Now, let’s help you get connected!
Connecting your Smart Home Security system to a virtual assistant is easy. Below, you will find the configuration instructions for some of the most popular virtual assistant options.
Alexa and Amazon Echo
- Download the latest version of the Alexa app.
- Plug your Amazon Echo into a wall outlet.
- Connect the Echo device to a Wi-Fi point by opening the app, selecting “Settings”, and choosing “Add New Device”. Select your Amazon Echo and press “Continue”.
- Connect your Echo with your Smart Home Security system using Alexa skills - Alexa’s version of apps. Select “Skills” from the Alexa application menu and select “Enable” for the skills associated with your home’s device(s).
- Complete the app-guided linking process and then say “Alexa, discover my device(s)!”
Google Assistant and Google Home™
- Download the Google Home app.
- Plug in your Google Home into a wall outlet.
- Connect the Google Home to Wi-Fi.
- Select “Add” in the app home screen to connect your compatible Smart Home Security products and follow the set up instructions.
- Once your devices are connected, say “Okay, Google™” or “Hey, Google™” followed by a voice command.
Siri® and HomePod®
- Ensure that your device is updated with the latest iOS.
- Download the HomePod app and make sure your Smart Home Security devices are connected to the app.
- Plug in the HomePod in a room that’s within range of the Smart Home Security devices that you’d like Siri to control.
- On your Apple® device, log into iCloud. Make sure your Apple ID® requires two-factor authentication and turn on iCloud Keychain® .
- Physically hold your unlocked Apple device next to your HomePod. The words “Set Up” should appear.
- Simply follow the prompts to connect to Wi-Fi and your Smart Home devices.
After connecting your devices, you may test a voice command to ensure that your virtual assistant is operating properly. We hope this hands-free system helps you stay more in the moment with the people that matter most and gives you a small return of time and energy every day.
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