Did you know that with the new smartCONNECT portal, you can group locks. Let’s say you have a main common door on your building and an apartment within that building. Assuming each door has a Wi-Fi Remotelock or our other smart lock product, when you create an access code, the same code will operate both doors for the same time duration. Furthermore you can group as many doors as you wish, you might have a luggage room so the access code will work on 3 doors. Read more “Group Locks For Multi Door Access”
Many people ask about our RemoteLock WiFi door locks battery life. We let them know that customers can get their batteries to last around a year or more. The secret is the “Heartbeat” method of setting our locks to ping for updates every 30-45 minutes then return to sleep mode when not in use. Of course, if a guest or renter begins using the keypad the smart lock will wake up and receives the update. Read more “Saving battery life through Heartbeats”
As a parent of three teen/tween children, you can imagine all the coming and going at the house after school and during summer. You can also understand how hard it is to have them keep a key to the door. Sure we could leave a spare under that mat or in a plant — but really how safe is that? Read more “Remotelock Is Perfect For Your Family”
With this article we introduce you to Lock State, which we are official partner with.
LockState, a leader in internet-connected access control, has recently released RemoteLock 5i, a WiFi controlled smart lock available in deadbolt or lever options. The keypad door lock is the perfect solution for Airbnb and vacation rental properties, multi-family and residential properties, or office buildings.
Read more “Introducing LockState”