New Modules Expand the Schlage LiNK Solution

Lights can be switched on or off remotely via almost any internet connected device

Melbourne, Australia - February 14, 2013 - Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies is pleased to announce an expansion to its Schlage LiNK Remote Home Management Solution.

Control your home's lighting easily and remotely by installing a Schlage In-Wall Module discretely behind the plate of your existing light switches. Simply have the module installed, by a registered electrician, and your lights can be switched on or off remotely via almost any internet connected device, at certain times of the day or week, or have them turn on when you enter the house or are away on holiday.

The new Schlage Window and Door Sensors are easy to install and are completely wireless and discrete. Receive email alerts to your phone or computer when a window or door has been opened or closed, program your lights or heating turn on when your door is opened.

Schlage LiNK is the affordable and easy home management system, enabling you to control security, lighting and heating remotely through an internet enabled device. Other modules in the solution include a wireless keypad lock, appliance module and a WiFi camera. These modules are controlled remotely through a User Interface and communicate wirelessly using Z-Wave, making it easy to install and use.

For more information, contact Ingersoll Rand on 1800 098 094 or visit

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