Orlando Home Security Remote Control
Customize your remote home security systems in Florida and reduce energy bills.
The average American is away from their home 9.5 hours a day.¹ Since many people leave the lights on to deter burglary, that makes for a lot of wasted money. In fact, 60% of energy used in the home is lighting, heating, ventilation and cooling.² Take back control of your home (and your energy bill) with our InterConekt remote management technology.
Ever wonder if you left the AC on while you're at work? Or forgot to turn the heat on for your pet? View, change and control your home's temperature settings remotely. Gain control over your energy costs and create energy-efficient schedules online. Receive notifications for high or low temperatures and manage up to five separate thermostats.
Regulate your home's electricity consumption from anywhere. Toggle lights on/off remotely and control dimming. Create schedules to have the lights on when you come home or when you're away. Partnered with your security system, emPower™ Lights also allow you to customize event-triggered light automation. For example, you can program your lights to turn on when you open a door during an alarm, adding yet another dimension of protection.
Manage individual doors using your smartphone or computer. Go online to manage access codes, monitor lock status and user history, and receive lock event notifications. Combined with your security system keypad, this enhancement offers the ultimate in home control, from anywhere you are.
InterConekt Management System
With InterConekt, powered by Alarm.com, you can manage every aspect of your home from anywhere with our easy-to-use online command center. With an intuitive interface, you can make changes to your home's security, lights, locks and thermostat easily from your computer or mobile phone. Using InterConekt, you can easily:
- Arm and disarm your security system
- Lock and unlock individual points of entry
- Monitor and adjust lighting and thermostat schedules
- Manage user codes and access
- Prepare arming reminders
- Customize notifications
- Check event history
¹Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Census
²Energy Start website - calculation of energy use