The new Arlo Home Security is a DIY system that can be configured to your security needs

Arlo has unveiled the all-new Arlo Security System at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It’s a simple home security solution that can be configured for a range of security purposes.

And it will work with Arlo’s security cameras and the Arlo app.

The Arlo Security System was awarded the 2022 CES innovation award – an award Arlo has won for four years in a row.

The first of its kind all in one system includes a multi-sensor which has up to eight sensing functions and includes an integrated keypad.

The multi-sensor can recognise motion, when doors and windows are opened or tilted, water leaks, changes to light and temperature and T3 and T4 smoke and carbon monoxide alarm patterns.

The Arlo multi-sensors are just 2.8cm wide and can be placed anywhere without hardwiring on your doors and windows and around the home.

The modular hub acts as a central control panel and has built-in features including a siren, motion and smoke alarm sensors and backlit keypad so it can easily be used day or night.

The Arlo security system also includes NFC (near field communication) technology so customers can quickly arm or disarm the system with the tap of their smartphone.

“We engineered the Arlo Security System to not only complete Arlo’s ecosystem but to address pain points common with other solutions on the market,” said Tim Johnston, SVP of Product at Arlo.

“The system’s standout all-in-one multi-sensor simplifies life for consumers with its versatility, ensuring they can enlist one intelligent sensor to tackle a variety of use cases.

“Additionally, the system seamlessly works with existing Arlo security camera devices in a user’s household to layer on important information for complete, whole-home peace of mind – a benefit not available with competitive offerings.”

The Arlo Home Security hub and multi-sensors will be available in Australia in the coming months.

* Stephen Fenech travelled to Las Vegas with support from LG, Samsung and Hisense.

 

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