Therefore, Arlo has launched a new security light that will integrate with the Arlo system. As the name suggests, this Arlo product is created to illuminate potential threats outdoors, working wirelessly and with the maker's existing security cameras.
As with the other Arlo products, you can control this via Amazon Alexa, so enabling or disabling the system is just a quick command to Alexa.
Both the bridge and the lights are completely free of wires as the lights will be housed outside and work off of the wireless home network, and the bridge plugs right into a wall outlet so it doesn't need to be plugged in with a power cable. The lights offer customizable color settings too and it's possible to set it to a strobe or a beam. Created to illuminate dark, outdoor areas around the perimeter of homes and commercial properties, the Arlo Security Light System allows users to receive alerts whenever motion is detected and manage their system via the Arlo mobile app. That lighting effect can be triggered by motion picked up by a light or by one of the Arlo security cameras. In that way, the security light doubles as a visual alert that draws everyone's attention to the potential presence of an unwanted person. We'll certainly be testing that element, given the hassle of getting a wired light installed. In substitution, the lights can also be used with a small optional solar panel, though it has to be purchased separately.
The light itself is 400 lumens - so pretty damned bright - and you can choose from millions of colours, using the colour wheel from within the Arlo app. The product is now available as one, two or three wire-free smart light kits at prices ranging from United States dollars 149.99 to USD 349.99.
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