By pairing the Schlage Z-Wave Deadbolt lock and MORzA's home automation functionality, youll know exactly who's entering or exiting your home or business directly on your smartphone. When you need to let someone in but cant be there to do it, you can grant entry remotely from anywhere you are, and get an instant text or email notification when anyone accesses your door. With this lock, you can grant access in two ways: 1. Program and assign up to 19 private, 4-digit codes for family members to punch in at the door. You can even set up one-time codes for guests, or recurring codes for housekeepers or caregivers. 2. When youre not home and need to let someone in, activate your deadbolt from your computer, tablet or smartphone; that person can now manually turn the bolt and unlock the door. The Schlage Z-Wave Deadbolt lock is simple to install and setup, has a 3-year battery life which you can monitor online or on the lock itself, and can be lit for nighttime use. Choose the color and finish of their Schlage Z-Wave Deadbolt lock to fit the color and style of their home.
This ZWave compatible deadbolt lock is the latest in deadbolt technology. For use with most standard doors as a retro replacement or in lieu of standard deadbolts, the lock comes equipped with many useful and convenient features. Available in multiple colors and finishes, the motorized deadbolt works from an illuminated keypad, close proximity ZWave automation remotes or remotely from enabled internet capable devices such as computers and smartphones. And of course, there's traditional keyed access. This state of the art lock can be programmed to open, close, and control access according to a predetermined schedule, inform parties via email when activity has taken place, and send low battery warnings. ZWave compatibility allows the lock to work in conjunction with ZWave compliant home security systems and home electronics that allow operation of the lock from alarm keypads and even television screens. Up to 25 individual access codes are available from the lock's keypad, and in case of electronic (or battery) failure, it comes with two system override keys, which can also be used instead of codes or automation.
This burglary safe offers great size and great safety. As an extra security feature, a code as well as the key must be used to open the safe. If someone enters the code incorrectly or attempts to tamper with the safe, a penalty alarm will sound, alerting everyone in the area. This safe's 110 dB alarm is about as loud as a car horn, so make sure to wear earplugs when you test it out.