A simple way to add convenience
Adding Alexa voice integration to your system is as easy as adding a new skill to Alexa. Once it’s set up, you can access the app with your voice. Then ask Alexa to arm or disarm your system, control your lights and locks, and even open or close your garage door.
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What are some common commands I can use with the Alexa Smart Home Skill?
Below are just some of the more common commands you can use.
Security System – You can Arm, Disarm and Query your security system.
- Alexa, arm system in Away mode.
- Alexa, arm system in Stay mode.
- Alexa, disarm systme.
- Alexa, is system armed?
Lights – Control your smart lights with Alexa
- Alexa, turn on the Bedroom Light.
- Alexa, turn off the Porch Light.
- Alexa, dim the Living Room Lamp.
- Alexa, dim the Living Room Light to 25%.
Locks – You can Lock, Unlock and Query your smart locks with Alexa
- Alexa, lock the Front Door Lock.
- Alexa, unlock the Kitchen Door Lock.
- Alexa, is the Front Door locked?
Thermostats – You can control your connected thermostats with Alexa
- Alexa, set the Kitchen temperature to 75 degrees.
- Alexa, decrease the Bedroom temperature.
- Alexa, increase the Living Room temperature.
- Alexa, what is the temperature in the house?
- Alexa, what is my thermostat set to?
Note: it’s important that you use the name you assigned to your home automation devices in the Pulse portal and the voice code you set up in the Alexa app as part of the command. For commands that require a voice code, you’ll say: “Alexa, disarm my system.” Then it’ll prompt you for the voice code as a response.
What Amazon devices are the Smart Home Skill compatible with?
The Smart Home Skill will work with the following Echo devices: Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Plus, Echo Show, and Echo Input.
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