The $99 system featuring keypad, siren, and
sensors offers a simple and affordable entry to home monitoring
Today, Roku, Inc. (NASDAQ: ROKU) announced an expansion to
Roku’s Smart Home lineup to include home monitoring devices, adding
to the existing suite of security cameras, video doorbells,
lighting, plugs, and more. The new Roku Home Monitoring System SE
includes all the essential pieces to feel safer at home – two entry
sensors, a motion sensor, a wire-free keypad, and a hub with a
built-in siren – with the option to either monitor your home
yourself or subscribe to professional 24/7 monitoring. The products
will be available starting today online at Roku.com and exclusively
in Walmart stores and on Walmart.com starting May 15.
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The $99 system featuring keypad, siren,
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“Roku’s new home monitoring system provides peace of mind, while
being easier than ever to set up, control, and monitor,” said Mark
Robins, Vice President, Roku Smart Home. “We are proud to further
extend Roku’s Smart Home lineup with affordable, simple ways to
secure the safety of any home.”
The Roku Home Monitoring System SE offers guided videos and
clear illustrations, so users can set up their system quickly and
easily, with no tools required. With Home, Away, and Off modes and
customizable monitoring rules through the system keypad or the Roku
Smart Home mobile app, users can be in control wherever they are.
Users can configure settings to be notified when sensors detect a
door is opened or closed, or an alarm goes off, as well as arm or
disarm the system from home with the system keypad or on the go
from the mobile app.
Developed in partnership with Wyze labs, the five-piece Roku
Home Monitoring System SE is the most affordable home monitoring
solution, priced at $99, and includes:
- Two entry sensors: Get notified on your phone when a
door or window is opened, closed, or left open.
- Motion sensor: Get notified – or automatically turn on a
light – when motion is detected. Got a dog or cat? Ignore pets with
an adjustable setting.
- Hub with built-in siren: Notify the house – and
the neighborhood – if an emergency is detected.
- Keypad: Easily arm or disarm your home, change
modes, or manually sound your alarm.
The system is easily expandable with additional entry sensors,
motion sensors, and keypads.
Users have the option to self-monitor their homes for free or
subscribe to affordable 24/7 professional monitoring, powered by
Noonlight, a leader in smart professional monitoring. Roku Smart
Home Professional Monitoring offers immediate response from live
U.S.-based agents when an alarm is triggered, and subscribers can
request emergency assistance with one tap in the Roku Smart Home
mobile app or on the keypad. Professional Monitoring is available
for $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year, and subscribers who choose
annual billing receive 50% off their first year.
Additional Roku Smart Home products new to the portfolio include
an advanced Roku Smart Light Strip+ SE that allows users to show up
to 16 different colors at once and a Roku Solar Panel that powers
the wire-free Roku Outdoor Camera SE.
Enhanced Roku OS integration
Roku Smart Home customers who also use a Roku player or TV
powered by the Roku operating system, the #1 smart TV OS sold in
the U.S.*, will be able to access the following new features as the
latest Roku TV OS rolls out automatically in the coming weeks:
- Monitor your home from your TV – See an on-TV
notification and alarm countdown when your Roku Home Monitoring
System SE is armed and a sensor is triggered.
- Access your camera event history on your TV – Experience
seamless integration between your connected camera and doorbell
smart home devices with the Roku Cameras app, which downloads
automatically to your Roku player or TV powered by the Roku OS.
View live camera footage with ease, and now simply click into
“Events” to see previous recordings history filtered by
- Control Roku Smart Home devices with just your voice –
Simply speak into your Roku remote or mobile app to control Roku
lights or smart plugs, show live camera feeds on your Roku-powered
TV screen, and more. Roku Voice integration now allows you to turn
Roku lights on or off and change their brightness and color,
hands-free or at the click of a button.
The Roku Home Monitoring System SE and additional keypads,
motion sensors, entry sensors, and the Roku Smart Light Strip+ SE
are available online at Roku.com beginning today and exclusively on
Walmart.com and in U.S. Walmart stores (excluding U.S. territories)
beginning May 15. The Roku Solar Panel will be available this June.
For more information on Roku Smart Home products, please visit
All Roku Smart Home devices are certified by ioXt Alliance, the
global standard for IoT security.
*According to Circana Q1 2023
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Roku’s suite of smart home products, including Roku’s home
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