D-Link mydlink Smart Home Review – DIY Home / Office Security System

D-Link mydlink Smart Home Review – DIY Home / Office Security System


No need professional installer and long wiring. You can install your own security system too. DIY easily with mydlink Smart Home devices
from D-Link. No technical skills required. In short, you need to install mydlink Connected
Home Hub first. Follow by the sensors that you need – Z-Wave
Motion Sensor and Z-Wave Door/Window Sensor. Z-Wave Siren can be added too when needed. Same apply to Wi-Fi Smart Plug. Installation is simple by just follow mydlink
on-screen instructions. No wire. Powered by battery. Yes, those sensors are connected through ultra-wide
Z-Wave Plus. All the sensors can be detected even placed
at the farthest place at my double storey semi-D house. By the way, battery life is great. Still at 100% after 3 weeks of operating. Let’s talk about mydlink mobile app first. It’s the one that controls everything. Setup and configure hub, sensor, plug and
even camera there. One-Tap to trigger those automations that
you need easily. Turn on alarm and off the Wi-Fi Smart Plug
while away. And turn on plug and off the alarm when at
home. Totally up to your own preferences. In addition, you can even schedule automation
and action as well. Set start and end time. And which day the task will execute. Everything can be configured while on the
go through Internet. That’s great. Instant alert notification to your smartphone
for both Android and iOS. Z-Wave Siren with 6 different sounds built-in will provide loud
audio warning when motion is detected or a door is opened. Yes, really loud sound up to 110 dB. Great to scare away those people around it. And can be used as customer arrival notification
during office hour too. Lot of possibilities can be done. Use your creative mind! Yes, turn your home/office into a smarter
one with mydlink Smart Home devices. Monitor and secure it too. That’s all for now. Thanks for watching. Peace…

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