Konnected has partnered with Noonlight to offer access to a 24/7 professionally monitored emergency central station via your SmartThings smart home. When used with the Smart Home Monitor app, Noonlight can respond in case of an intrusion, smoke or carbon monoxide alarm. You can also configure any automation or rule in SmartThings to trigger an alarm with Noonlight just like turning on a switch. For example set up a panic routine that turns on Noonlight and help will be on the way in minutes.
This integration is provided free and open-source by Konnected and is not endorsed or approved by SmartThings in any way. SmartThings support cannot answer questions about un-official integrations.
How Noonlight Works in SmartThings
Noonlight shows up as a Switch and/or Siren in SmartThings which you can control manually or automate. If you're using Smart Home Monitor to alert for security or smoke/CO, you can set it up to turn on Noonlight like a siren/alarm. This initiates an API call from the SmartThings cloud to Noonlight's 24/7 facility in the United States.
Within seconds you will receive a text message from Noonlight confirming the alarm. You can respond via text reply.
You will soon receive a phone call from a Noonlight dispatcher. If it's a false alarm, tell them your 4-digit PIN and that's it.
If Noonlight cannot get in contact with you, they will dispatch your local emergency services to your home. This uses your hub's location setting to determine your location.
Requires an Internet Connection
The SmartThings hub must have an active internet connection for this to work!
Why Noonlight is Better
- Noonlight allows the DIY smart home user to have the same peace of mind from 24/7 protection by a professionally managed central station at a fraction of the cost of traditional monitoring services by using their smart home eqipment and internet connection.
- When an alarm is triggered, Noonlight dispatchers see detailed information from the smart home devices that you authorize, including door/window sensors, motion sensors, smoke/CO detectors, presence sensors and temperature sensors. This allows the Noonlight dispatcher to potentially determine the nature of the emergency if you are unable to respond.
- Noonlight is backed by a UL certified central station, and can provide a certificate for insurance discounts
- Also includes the Noonlight App that you can use on the go to get help any time anywhere in the United States
- No long-term contracts or commitments. Cancel any time.
- Only $10/month (first month free)