Connected Garage Door

Garage Door Technology Reaches New Heights With Skylink NOVA

The NOVA system allows standard garage door openers to connect to smart home systems. Through the SkylinkNet app for smartphones, users can connect to their garage door openers through Wi-Fi. It is also compatible with services like Amazon Alexa. The 12-watt LED light delivers the same brightness as a traditional 100-watt tungsten bulb. [···]

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ATOMS “Smart” Garage Door Opener

ATOMS Smart Garage Door Opener Tech Review

Whether you’re looking for a new garage door opener or replacing an existing one, Skylink has a collection that is sure to fit your needs. We were able to test out the Atoms Belt Drive Opener after replacing our old chain opener that broke down on us. The Atoms was simple to install and so quiet, I had to check several times to make sure it was working. [···]

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Best Smart Garage Door Openers Controller

Skylink is launching the Nova, a Wi-Fi-enabled universal garage door opener that can be retrofitted to most existing garage doors. It’s compatible with Alexa and IFTTT, and is programmed to automatically open your garage doors when it hears a smoke or carbon monoxide detector alarm. It’s built into a large circular 12-watt LED, so it will provide lighting for your garage, too. The Nova will be available for $99 when it goes on sale this spring. [···]

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Garage Door Opener Security

Keep Your Home Better Protected While You Work With Skylink’s ATOMS™ Garage Door Opener

To keep you safer, the Skylink ATOMS™ Garage Door Opener has a revolutionary, patent-pending tamper proof trolly design to prevent forceable entry. It also utilizes Alexa Voice Service for maximum integration into the connected home. While you work, you can ask Alexa or use your smartphone to open and close the garage door to let clients into your home or have packages dropped off in the garage (so you don’t have to leave your desk). [···]

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Hackers can use your smart devices against you

Hackers can use your smart devices against you

In 2016, cyber criminals reportedly hacked millions of smart devices — including home security systems and even printers — knocking several companies offline for hours, including Amazon.

Frank Cicero, an executive with Skylink, a company that makes smart devices, including garage door openers, door and window sensors, and security cameras, told Action 9 that outsmarting hackers is always at the forefront. [···]

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