The simplest way to control your home through your smart phone or voice assistant. Use our guide to set up your new device and unlock features.
When logged in, go to the “Me” option in the bottom right hand corner and then select “Home Management”.
From this screen you can set up your home name, location and add rooms.
Now when you go back to “Home Management” screen you will see your new House name. From here you can add more houses/offices.
You can also access your home and switch between accounts from the “Home” screen in the top left hand corner.
Once you have created your “home” you can share it with other users and assign roles. Follow the steps below to set up new users.
From the “Home Management” screen once you have selected your house you can change previous details and add more rooms and also add a new user.
To add a new user click “Add Member”. Now enter the user details associated with their Link2Home Pro app account. Choose their family role as either an “Administrator” or “Common Member”. Once created your member will then recieve a notification with access to your “home”.
NOTE: To a new member they must have a Link2Home Pro app account. To create a an account download the free app and click “Register”.
There are two ways to add devices. Using Manual mode or the “Auto Scan” feature. We recommend using the manual mode for ease of use and speed
Watch this video to learn how to add a new bulb manually
Watch this video to learn how to add a new camera device manually
Watch this video to learn how to add a new device using Auto Scan
When devices have been configured successfully, the smart devices will appear on the home page.
Click a device to open the control panel for that device.
Once you have opened the control panel for a device. Image one below shows the light is off, and only the timer “Schedule” can be accessed in the off mode. Image 2 shows the light is on, and scene, color, brightness, and schedule can all be configured in the on mode. Click the “pencil” in the top right corner of the control panel to manage an individuals device setting.
If you want to share a device with a family member it is recommended you share your home under the “Home/Member Management” section.
If you only want to share one device with a user click “Add Sharing” from the device options in the top right hand corner, enter the account to share device with, and click “Done” to finish.
To stop sharing with an account previously added, press and hold to delete in Android, or slide to the left to delete in iOS.
Note: You can only share devices with users who have a Link2Home Pro app account. To create an account download the free app and click “Register”.
To create a group click on the device menu “pencil” icon in the top right hand corner and click “Create Group”.
This screen will show all the devices you can group together. Note you can only create groups of the same device type such as lamps or smart switches but not both together. You can link other devices together in the smart features section.
When you have created your group you can control multiple devices from one device screen.
Using the “Tap-to-Run” settings you can create quick one touch shortcuts to a series of events. These “Tap-to-Run” events are then added as a shortcut in your “Home” screen.
You could create an event called “Good morning” in this event you can turn on your lights, boil your kettle and turn up your thermostat.
Another example could be “Goodnight” this would turn all lights off, turn down the thermostat and activate camera motion sensors.
Tap-to-Run events are triggered by events including:
To create a new “Tap-to-Run” click the smart icon from the bottom menu and then the “+” icon in the top right hand corner.
To create a “Tap-to-Run” click on “launch Tap To Run”
Now you can choose what you would like to do from 3 options:
Run the device: From this option you can choose to enable or disable specific device features
Select Smart: If you have created an automation scene you can enable that here
Send notification: This featured is disabled in “Tap-to-Run”
Delay: Add a countdown timer to an event up to 5 hours, 59 minutes 59 seconds
Choose your device feature:
Click on “Run the device”:
Now you can choose what specific features on a product you want to enable or disable. In this example we switch on our external camera device motion alerts.
From my list of devices I have gone to my “outdoor” room and you can see my 3 external cameras.
Click on your device and choose from a list of device functions. In this case choose “Motion Alert” and click “on” then press “save” in the top right hand corner. Now click next and you can see a summary of your device tasks. To add multiple device functions click the add icon and repeat the same process.
Similar to using the “Tap-to-Run” you can create “Automation” tasks for individual devices or a group of devices that are triggered external events. These events require no manual trigger such as a button press and are triggered by external factors.
“Automation” events are triggered by external triggers including:
In this example here we will create an automation feature to turn on the driveway lights when I arrive within 500M of my house and the sun has set. The first step is to choose “Automation” from the “Smart” menu then click “Add”. The Trigger in this instance is location so click “When the location changes”. Then choose “Arrive”.
Now you have a map of you location and you can choose any other location around the world and zoom in and out to choose a Radius. Once happy click “Next” in the top right hand corner.
Now you have set you location “Condition” you can now choose you “task” from 4 options:
Run the device: Enable or disable a particular device feature
Select Smart: Run another created Automation sequence or launch Tap-to-Run event
Send a notification: Send a notification through the app Message Center
Delay: Start a countdown up to 5 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds
Here you can now see your created “Automation” setting in the Automation screen and toggle it on and off.
Home Management: here you can manage your home settings and members;
Message Center: the message center is divided into three categories: alarm, members, and notification. Here you can review all app notifications and set up Do-No-Disturb Schedules.
FAQ and Feedback: Here you can review an FAQ section, browse user guides, carry out network diagnostics and report faults.
More Services: include voice services and other services.
Settings: Adjust app settings including notifications.