The T1L's ANSI/ BHMA smart lock Grade 2 rating protects against unauthorized entry. There's no picking or bumping, and no need to ever re-key.
You’ll never miss a visitor with notifications sent straight to your mobile device when people come and go. The smart lock is the start of your home automation.
Replace your old deadbolt in minutes with a smart door lock and program up to 100 user codes.
Lock and unlock your door, grant keyless access and keep track of who comes and goes, all from your interactive app. Boost connectivity and stay connected to the entry point of your home and gain peace of mind of knowing exactly who is coming and going from anywhere.
With up to 100 unique access codes, everyone can come and go on their own time without leaving a spare key out. Your app will track each code to help you stay informed about who is in your house at any given time. If you have a cleaning or dog-walking service, or if you have friends and family popping in often, a smart lock can make life easier for everyone.
|Material||Stainless Steel||Power Source||4 AA batteries required (included)|
|Dimensions||Height: 5.2 in (13.2 cm)
Width: 2.8 in (7.1 cm)
Depth: 1 in (2.54 cm)
|Weight||3.45 pounds (1.56 kg)|
|Door Thickness||1 3/4" to 2"||Outside Temperature Range||-22ºF to 140ºF (-30ºC to 60ºC)|
|Communication Protocol||Z-Wave||Colors||Oil Rubbed Bronze, Polished Brass, Satin Nickel|
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Everything in the Traditional Package
Everything in the Control Package
Never fish around for keys again
The entire idea of a smart lock (and every smart-home device, really) is to add convenience to your life. For smart locks, that includes features like remote access, voice control and scenes. With Google Assistant, Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa, you can set up scenes like "OK Google, goodnight" that dim the lights, adjust the thermostat and lock your front door.
Make a stylish first impression
Smart locks don't have to be clunky or oddly shaped. In fact, they can even masquerade as a regular lock.
Let in friends when you're away
No more making key copies or hiding a spare set. Instead, you can give out digital keys using the lock's accompanying app and even restrict what times someone is allowed to enter your home. For instance, you can allow specific users to enter only on Monday through Friday between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
There's also the option to allow roommates and family members unlimited access, so the system works for the entire household.
Keep your home secure
Yes, smart locks are connected to networks, and anyone with a smart lock should absolutely keep their apps updated, passwords secure and use a PIN for unlocking via voice assistants. However, smart locks do eliminate the risk of someone swiping the key from underneath your doormat.
Without the need to make key copies or have a spare, you'll have fewer methods of entry to your home floating around in the form of physical keys.
The Features You Need with the Quality You Expect.