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Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt, Satin Nickel

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Satin Nickel
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  • Keyless entry provides enhanced security
  • Easy one tool installation
  • Compatible with 1-3/8-to-1-3/4-inch thick doors
  • Codes are easily added or deleted right at the keypad using the lock's unique 6 digit programming code
  • Includes 9-volt battery, 6 digit programming code, and two 4 digit user codes pre-set at the factory
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Color Name: Satin Nickel | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Technical Details
Part Number BE365VCAM619
Item Weight5.4 pounds
Product Dimensions4.2 x 3.2 x 5.5 inches
Item model numberBE365VCAM619
Size1 Pack
ColorSatin Nickel
StyleSatin
FinishSatin Nickel
Voltage9.00
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Mechanical & 1 Year Electronics
  
Additional Information
ASINB000NJJ1MQ
Best Sellers Rank #622 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Color Name: Satin Nickel | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

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Schlage Camelot Keypad Deadbolt

Experience the Freedom of Keyless Convenience

No more hiding keys under the doormat. No more losing, forgetting, or making extra keys time and time again. Step up to a more secure and flexible solution with a Schlage Residential Keypad Deadbolt. Install a new keypad deadbolt yourself--with nothing more than a screwdriver. You're free to add, change, or delete user codes in just seconds--and come and go as you please. Keypad deadbolts are ideal for exterior, side, or garage entry doors.

Schlage has built a legacy of providing the highest level of security to homes and businesses. Install a Schlage and you install nearly a century of total dedication to security, quality, and innovation.

How will a keypad deadbolt work for you?

Busy Family

Don't worry about your child losing or forgetting their key. With a Schlage Keypad Deadbolt, each member of the family can have their own 4-digit code that will be easy to remember. If relatives are visiting, program a temporary code for their stay.

Outdoor Enthusiast
Going for a jog or a ride? With a keypad deadbolt, you don't have to carry a bulky key chain or worry about losing your keys along the way. Simply press the Schlage button, turn the deadbolt to lock the door, and use your personal code to unlock when you return.

Pet Lover
Keypad deadbolts allow you to give your neighbor or pet sitter a code of their own while you are away. When you return, simply delete the code from the lock. All programming can be done from the keypad; there is no need to remove the lock from the door.

Rental or Vacation Home Owner
Reduce costs by replacing locks and exchanging keys. Install a keypad deadbolt on your rental property and save yourself the hassle. When your renter moves out, simply change the code.



Schlage Residential Keypad Deadbolt Features and Benefits

  • Provides the convenience of keyless access; customizable to fit your security needs
  • Innovative turn lock feature allows you to lock and leave without a key
  • 19 user code capacity with 10,000 user code combinations to choose from
  • Ideal for front doors, garage entry doors, and side and back doors
  • Easily replace most existing deadbolts with a screwdriver in about 30 minutes
  • No programming required; preset with two user codes so it's ready to use right out of the box
  • ANSI/BHMA grade 2 certified
  • Fits standard door preparations
  • Battery operated with over 3 year battery life

*This product is not compatible with Schlage LiNK Z-Wave enabled products.


Important Information

Bulb Voltage
9.00

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Easy to install and works great.
key hater
Easy to install, easy to use - the kids love being able to get in and out of the house without having to worry about keys.
DavidC18
Multiple codes can be entered and deleted.
Felice M. Barbera

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

443 of 454 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Perrotto on December 19, 2008
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingColor Name: Satin Nickel Verified Purchase
For years we have been using a key pad activated deadbolt for front doors in our various homes - no keys to lose or give to various family members - only four digit codes. Up until now, all of the key pad units we have installed, extend and retract the deadbolt using a small battery powered electric motor.

This issue we've encountered is when the batteries become weak, the motor (in some cases) does not have enough power to retract the bolt and we must revert to another entrance to get into our home. Although these unit allow one to use a key to override the electronics, we never seem to have the key "on us" when it's needed. Fortunately we have a keypad on our garage door and that serves as an alternative entrance when this occurs. These deadbolt retraction failures have been occurring more and more often even with fresh batteries. I suspect the motor is or has worn out.

With this in mind, I shopped the market for an electronically activated dead bolt with manual bolt action. In other words, instead of a motor extending and retracting the deadbolt, one would use a lever or knob to perform this function. The keypad (electronic segment of the unit) would serve to activate the manual knob or lever. I found the Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Deadbolt Keypad, Satin Nickel on Amazon at an extremely reasonable price and it has all of the features I wanted - electronic key pad activation, manual extension and retraction of the deadbolt upon activation.

The unit arrived yesterday and after a few problems with the unit being confused as to whether the bolt was retracted or extended (my fault), the unit works perfectly. Note, I already had a deadbolt lockset on the door, so it was a simple process of removing the old, and installing the new.
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95 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on September 10, 2011
Product Packaging: Ecommerce PackagingColor Name: Antique Brass
Just in case you were wondering why you find two products on amazon that look exactly the same, I actually contacted schlage. You can find this same product, on amazon.com, under model number "BE365 CAM 609" (notice there is no V), and it is actually a little cheaper, plus you are saving the environment!

Here is what John from Schlage said about it:

John:
Packaging only. The V indicates "Vispack", which is the packaging you see with all the clear plastic. Without the V, the lock come in a nice brown carton. Go with the best price, as it's the same product.

*Update* Going on year two, I love love love love this product! I get out of my car, and I can put my keys right in my pocket, grab whatever bags of groceries I have, and easily enter my combination, and boom I'm in. I don't have to worry about locking myself out of the house anymore! (only did it once lol) I can just shut any door behind me without thinking, because worse case scenario, I just go to my front door and enter my combination and boom!
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Randolf Krbechek on October 13, 2013
Product Packaging: Ecommerce PackagingColor Name: Antique Brass Verified Purchase
The two most common hole sizes in the U.S. and Canada are 1 1/2" and 2 1/8". This is a nice product, the instructions are straightforward. However, it requires a 2-1/8" mounting hole. If you are using it to replace a deadbolt, check your hole size. Mine was a standard 1/1-2" deadbolt (2-1/8" is standard for door knobs). Thus, you need to bore out the hole in the door if you have a deadbolt hole.
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77 of 84 people found the following review helpful By ESVK VINE VOICE on August 22, 2007
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingColor Name: Satin Nickel
I have had the brass version of this deadbolt for bout a year and I love it. It is th best one that I have come across (and yes - the most expensive - but you get what you pay for). It is eye-catching rather than an eye-sore. Be careful, some of the cheaper competitor's models have a plastic back that is very unappealing for a main door. The unit is smaller than many by requiring only a 9 volt battery because it does not lock/unlock the deadbolt for you. You do it manually.

Pros:
1) Appealing design (front and back - no plastic)
2) Smaller than most (due to use of 9v battery)
3) Keypad lights up when you touch it for nighttime entry
4) Never get locked out. Give the neighbor a temporary code to get in.

Cons:
1) Pricey ut you get what you pay for
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By island dweller on July 2, 2007
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingColor Name: Satin Nickel
We were consistently running into problems with the number of house keys we had given out to: contractors, landscapers and house cleaners. At some point there's no way to track who's coming and going into your house and whether or not they left the keys.
This little gadget eliminates the issue. I can now program the lock with one-time or multiple use codes unique to each individual coming to my house. It installs as easy as any other deadbolt and programming new codes takes about 10 seconds. This has quickly become my favorite new gadget.
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204 of 259 people found the following review helpful By gary P. on May 31, 2009
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingColor Name: Satin Nickel
I installed one of these for a client and it seems to be a good product as all the reviewers say. What no one has talked about however is the standard Shlage key that can also be used to open the lock. It seems to me that this would allow the possibility of using a "bump key" to open it. One of the benefits of digital locks is their immunity to bumping. If you want the keypad just for convenience, that is fine. Just remember that any lock that can be "bumped" provides zero security.
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42 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Dan Coffee on January 8, 2014
Product Packaging: Ecommerce PackagingColor Name: Bright Brass Verified Purchase
I can't go 5 stars on this because of what happened when the first battery failed on the first one I purchased. When the battery goes dead you better have the key! Mine worked perfectly right up until the day it died, but the day it did, I came very close to being locked out of my house! It may have been a fluke but I got no warning that the battery was about to die. I managed to get it to engage after about 4 or 5 attempts and that was the very last time it did anything until I changed out the battery. So here is a little free advice, "Keep a key somewhere!" and I don't mean 'locked in the house', Obviously, replacing the battery annually would be a good idea but that still means access to your house depends on a $2 battery. So ... I repeat. "Keep a key somewhere!"

[This is an addendum to clarify my initial remarks.]
I'm a little puzzled as to why some people are marking my review as `unhelpful' and can only assume that people think I'm not very knowledgeable about the way the device works. I assure you I am. According to the instructional guide, the lock is supposed to give enough warning time to keep the resident from being locked out. Prior to going completely dead it should first begin to react slowly and give an audible high/low beep. The problem is that batteries don't always fail `slowly'. They can experience a rapid power drop if they are shorting out internally (from corrosion). I suspect that is what happened to me because that original battery failed only about a year after I first installed the lock, meanwhile ... the battery I replaced it with is going on THREE years now!
The sole reason that I wrote the original review above was to simple caution people that getting locked out is a possibility (not a likelihood).
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