|Lock Type||Key Lock, Keypad Lock|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.1 x 3.1 x 8.1 inches|
|Controller Type||Nexia, Vera, Amazon Alexa, SmartThings|
|Item Weight||0.1 Pounds|
|Manufacturer||Schlage Lock Company|
|Part Number||FE599NX CAM 716 ACC 716|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 3.1 x 8.1 inches|
|Item model number||FE599NX CAM 716 ACC 716|
|Batteries||1 9V batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
SCHLAGE Home Keypad Lever With Camelot Trim & Z-Wave Technology (Aged Bronze)
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|Lock Type||Key Lock, Keypad Lock|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.1 x 3.1 x 8.1 inches|
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- Receive text or email alert when your family uses their codes, so you know who's home
- Add, delete or change user codes remotely.This lock will fit either a 2 3/8 inch backset or a 2 3/4 inch backset. The bolt is preset to fit a 2 3/8 inch backset. If your backset is not 2 3/8 inch, you need to adjust your bolt by rotating it counterclockwise
- Run the most important systems in your home thermostats, locks, lights and cameras from anywhere with Nexia Home Intelligence.Check edge of door to determine the type of face plate
- This Z-Wave enabled product allows for wireless communication to other Z-Wave products in your home
- Door range: 1-3/8” to 1-3/4” (35mm-44mm) standard
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Schlage FE599NX CAM 505 ACC 505 Home Keypad Lever with Z-Wave Technology
Secure your home from anywhere when your smartphone is connected to the Camelot style residential keypad deadbolt door lock and lever.
- Share access more securelyno more hiding spare keys or keeping track of copies
- Create and delete access codes for trusted friends and family (up to 19)
- Pre-programmed with 2 access codes for immediate use
- Powered by Z-Wave
- Lever design pairs well with traditional styles like antique furniture as well as more modern transitional styles
- Pairs with our most popular trim styles to coordinate the look throughout your home
- Knob and lever options add extra customization
- Premium metal construction and more
Lighted Lever for better visibility in the dark
Home Keypad Lever with Z-Wave Technology
Secure your home with this Schlage keypad lever featuring Z-Wave technology (model FE599NX), and stop worrying about losing keys, being locked out, or having to hide a spare. With the simplified home automation features of Z-Wave technology, you can control the security of your home even when you're not there from any Internet-enabled smartphone, tablet, or computer. And you don't need any advanced technical skills or home automation knowledge to install this keypad lever in your home.
- Includes Schlage FE599NX CAM 716 keypad lever; two keys; operating and installation instructions
FE599NX Keypad Lever At a Glance:
- Keyed or keypad entry with up to 19 private four-digit codes
- Vandal-resistant free-spinning deadbolt turn
- Grade 2 ANSI/BHMA
- Easy to install--no wiring
- Wireless home automation via Z-Wave technology
- Online monitoring and programming via smartphone, tablet, or computer
Run Your Home from Anywhere
With Z-Wave Technology, you can now run your home from wherever life takes you. We’re all busy, on the go, and being pulled in a hundred different directions. That makes staying on top of what’s happening at home especially hard. With Z-Wave wireless technology, you can make your house behave the way you want it to by controlling your locks, lights, thermostats, cameras, and more, all from your computer or smart phone.
Supported by leading household brands, such as Schlage, Z-Wave lets you affordably manage your home the way you want as your needs grow. With the use of this technology, you can wirelessly connect numerous Z-Wave based products to your home network. Gradually build your system with cameras, locks, lighting and small appliance controls, thermostats and sensors over time, or implement a complete home security and energy management solution from day one.
The FE599NX is ANSI Grade 2 Certified for enhanced security, and it features a 1-inch throw bolt to prevent kick-ins, a vandal-resistant free spinning deadbolt turn, and a patented commercial-grade clutching motor that's been tested to one million cycles. Its re-keyable cylinders match existing locks for single key convenience.
This keypad lever features a non-wearing keypad that is lighted for nighttime use and epoxy-coated buttons that prevent fading and wear. It holds up to 19 user unique codes (with over 10,000 four-digit user code combinations), and you can easily program a code right at the keypad or online via your Z-wave provider.
It's powered by a 9-volt battery for up to a three-year battery life. Easy to install, you'll be able to replace your existing lock with a screwdriver in less than 30 minutes--no wiring required--and it fits all standard door preparations (1-3/8- to 1-3/4-inch thickness). The universal latch fits a 2-3/8- or 2-3/4 backset, has a 1-1/8- x 2-3/4-inch round corner strike reinforcer, and its latch faceplate features a 1 x 2-1/4-inch round corner and drive-in option. The exterior measures 3 x 7 x 3.25 inches, while the interior measures 3.25 x 8.25 x 3 inches. This keypad lever comes with two keys, features reversible levers for convenience.
Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2020
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First, the quality and material is very similar to the non z-wave version. Mechanical installation is identical. If you're coming from the non z-wave version of the lock, it's an easy 5-10 minutes to install. If you come from the typical non-electronic lock, don't worry. Installation is super easy. All the necessary parts are included and the directions are good.
This z-wave version runs on 4 AA batteries ( alkaline batteries are included). I'm using this with the Ring Alarm. Pairing is easy. Just enter the 6 digit programming code, push the 'schlage' button, then the number zero. In the Ring app, just follow directions. It took a minute or so for Ring to find the lock. No issues at all.
What function does the Ring app have for this lock? You can lock or unlock, monitor entry activity, and there's the very helpful battery life indicator (!!) You can set it so unlocking the lock using the combo code will also disarm the alarm.
What can't you do with the Ring app? You can't program or reprogram the entry combinations. And access to the lock from the app is buried in a couple of layers. They need to put it on the home page.
Overall I really like the lock. It's good quality and reliable. Works fine with Ring. I do wish that I can program entry code from the Ring app and I wish the Ring app has access to the lock from the home screen.
I don't have the lock long enough to judge battery life at this point, but I'll plan to do an update in the future. Work of advice however, the lock does come with a key. Keep it hidden somewhere accessible. If the battery runs out while you're on a long trip or something, you're locked out!
At my home, I have one on the garage side door and one on the house. When I punch my code in, it turns on the entry lights for 5 min. When my son enters, I get a text message. The same system controls a hallway light for me, turning it on 15 min before sundown (yes it adjusts the time every day), then dimming it at bedtime to act as a night light, then it finally turns off in the predawn hours. The same system turns on yard lights at sundown. In addition the system shuts down the fountains at night (if they were turned on) and also locks the doors (if they were left unlocked open)
With the same system, I can let someone into my house using my phone, set a code that works for someone only on a certain time or certain day, or even for a week.
The system allows for complex schemes to work as well. For example, "if the liquor cabinet is opened at night, turn on a light in my bedroom". Or "if my garage is open for an hour, close it".
The above assumes you purchase the correct switches etc. I use several of the (GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control Outdoor Module) to control my outdoor stuff.
As to zwave itself. There are many options. You can read up all about controllers costs etc. Schlage requires you buy their controller and use their service that costs about $ 10 a month. With that you get a great set up and a web interface that simply works. I have read that other people prefer to purchase a $300-400 controller to avoid the $10 a month and then build their system. To tell you the truth, I don't know much more, but I would wonder about securing my system etc. I have heard that other systems have greater functionality. (Example the Aeon Labs Aeotec Z-Wave Smart Energy Power Strip (DSC11-ZWUS), on other systems allows you to control each of 4 plugs plug individually. On the Schlage system all 4 plugs are one switch. Personally, I like the plug and play capability of the Schlage system and will probably never change, unless I learn of some compelling reason otherwise. To date I have not. But I will tell you this much. Once you start adding this stuff to your house, you will wish you did long ago.
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It also can use alexa to lock but it cant unlock it
It does say if someone accesses the lock via the remote app but no indication if someone punches in their code to get in.
It also doesnt communicate this at all via email as stated in the description
It also cant remotely change codes as stated in description.
I thought that it was because i wasnt using the app that it shows in the description.
I looked for it and it doesnt exist as far as i can tell
I will continue to try to find it