|Manufacturer||Schlage Lock Company|
|Item Weight||3.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 5.13 x 9.25 inches|
|Item model number||BE469NXCAM619|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Special Features||Keyless Features|
|Included Components||Schlage Connect Camelot Touchscreen Deadbolt With Built-In Alarm, User Guide, Schlage Connect Deadbolt, 4-Aa Batteries, Be469 Cam 619, Installation Instructions, Satin Nickel, 1-Back-Up Key|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Average Battery Life||8760 Hours|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Limited Mechanical & Finish and 1-Year Warranty|
Schlage Z-Wave Connect Camelot Touchscreen Deadbolt with Built-In Alarm, Satin Nickel, BE469 CAM 619, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink or Iris
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- Works with Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately)
- Touch Screen keypad and lock cylinder on exterior and thumb turn interior. Door thickness range is 1.37 to 1.75 standard
- Stores up to 30 personalized user codes at a time
- Built in alarm with 3 alert settings. Battery Uses 4 AA alkaline batteries. Exterior Dimensions 3 x 5 x 1 inches. Interior Dimensions 3 x 8 x 2 inches
- Z wave technology connects to your home automation system and lets you lock or unlock your door remotely via the web or smartphone.Volts:6 V
- Battery operated and fit standard door prep
- ANSI Grade 1 Highest Residential Security
- Durable Resistive Touchscreen with matte finish to protect against fingerprints and smudges
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From the manufacturer
Never have to worry about keys to lose, hide, carry or forget.
Standard lock design fits most one-hole residential door preps. Installation requires only a screwdriver and no wiring is needed.
Intuitively detects the direction the bolt needs to be thrown during installation.
Program user codes right from the lock or via Z-Wave platform provider.
From your smartphone to your car, you want advanced technology that makes life simpler. Technology that can keep up with everything life throws at it. With Schlage Connect, we’ve brought that level of thinking to your door locks.
Schlage Connect combines all of our best security features into one lock - redefining what it means to be secure. With a sleek, modern touchscreen, you have the convenience of going keyless and no longer having keys to lose, hide, carry or forget. The fingerprint-resistant touchscreen ensures numbers won’t be detectable to intruders after repeated use - safeguarding your home even more. And thanks to Z-Wave Technology, Schlage Connect gives you advanced remote management capabilities and compatibility with home monitoring systems - letting you run your home from anywhere.
Schlage Connect lives up to its name - it truly is a lock for the connected age. With so many advanced features, this isn’t just a lock. It’s the lock, loaded.
Schlage Connect is BHMA/ANSI Grade 1 certified, the highest residential rating. Built from high-quality materials, this keyless deadbolt gives you the highest level of security at the main point of entry. Additionally, Schlage Connect comes with a built-in audible alarm sensor that alerts you to activity at the door. You can select between three alert modes - activity, tamper, or forced entry - providing alerts from first contact with door or handle to when the door is opened. Quickly and easily cycle between three settings simply by pressing a button on the lock.
What's In the Box:
- Schlage Connect Deadbolt
- One Back-Up Key
- Four AA Batteries
- User Guide
- Installation Instructions
Home Access Anywhere
Home Access Anywhere
Z-Wave Technology connects to your home automation system and lets you lock or unlock your door remotely via the web or smartphone.
Built-In Alarm Technology
Three alert modes (activity, tamper and forced entry) let you know when someone is coming or going and communicate potential security threats.
Grade 1 Highest Residential Security Rating
ANSI Grade 1 – Delivered the highest level of durability and security at the main points of entry.
Illuminated, Fingerprint-Resistant Touchscreen
Fingerprint-resistant touchscreen protects against fingerprints and smudges and ensures wear patterns remain undetectable.
Run Your Home From Anywhere
Z-Wave Technology is what puts the 'connect' in Schlage Connect. With Z-Wave, you can run and monitor your home from wherever life happens to take you. Need to unlock your front door for the housekeeper? Forget to turn your lights off this morning? Z-Wave lets you do all that and more remotely - right from a computer or smartphone.
Supporting a wide range of leading household brands, Z-Wave Technology is a powerful way to manage your home, with support for everything from locks, lighting and thermostats to small appliances and even cameras. What’s more, it’s flexible and extendable - simply add devices to your network over time as your needs grow and change. The possibilities are almost limitless.
Schlage Connect and Z-Wave Technology give you a complete new level of control and convenience. Now, on some level, you’re always home.
How Schlage Connect Works For You
Don’t worry about your children losing or forgetting their key. With Schlage Connect, each member of the family can have their own 4-digit code that will be easy to remember. If relatives are visiting, simply program a temporary code for their stay. And when you’re away, Z-Wave Technology lets you easily monitor your home—controlling locks, lights and more remotely.
Going for a jog or a ride? With a keyless lock like Schlage Connect, you don’t have to carry a bulky keychain or worry about losing your keys along the way. Simply press the Schlage button and the motorized deadbolt will lock the door, and then use your personal code to unlock when you return.
Keypad locks allow you to give your neighbor or pet sitter a code of their own while you’re away. When you return, simply delete the code from the lock. All programming can be done from the keypad; there’s no need to remove the lock from the door. And with Schlage Connect’s home monitoring capability, you can receive alerts on your phone when people come and go.
Renter Or Homeowner
Reduce headaches and costs from replacing locks and exchanging keys. Install a touchscreen deadbolt on your rental property and save yourself the hassle, and offer your renters added convenience. When your renter moves out, simply change the code.
How Do I Know When My Battery Is Low?
You’ll have plenty of advance notice. Schlage Connect will alert you with a yellow low-battery indicator, along with a slight delay that will trigger your attention and let you know it’s time to change the battery. And if the battery should die for some reason, you can always use the included back-up key to access your home.
Will Schlage Connect Work With My Existing Home Automation System?
Almost certainly. Schlage Connect is Z-Wave compatible, which means it works with most Z-Wave systems. If you have any questions about your system’s compatibility with Schlage Connect, check with your service provider.
Can I Really Install Schlage Connect Myself?
Absolutely. Schlage Connect features a standard lock design that fits most typical residential doors. To install it, all you need is a screwdriver and a little time. Most installations should take less than an hour.
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|Color||Satin Nickel||Satin Nickel||Satin Nickel||Satin Nickel||Satin Nickel||Satin Nickel|
|Item Dimensions||4.50 x 5.13 x 9.25 inches||5.00 x 3.00 x 1.00 inches||2.26 x 3.00 x 5.47 inches||1.10 x 4.56 x 3.00 inches||5.00 x 3.00 x 1.00 inches||1.54 x 3.00 x 5.38 inches|
From your smartphone to your car, you want advanced technology that makes life simpler. Technology that can keep up with everything life throws at it. With Schlage connect, we’ve brought that level of thinking to your door locks. Schlage connect combines all of our best security features into one lock - redefining what it means to be secure. With a sleek, modern touchscreen, you have the convenience of going keyless and no longer having keys to lose, hide, carry or forget. The fingerprint-resistant touchscreen ensures numbers won’t be detectable to intruders after repeated use - safeguarding your home even more. And thanks to Z-Wave technology, Schlage connect gives you advanced remote management capabilities and compatibility with home monitoring systems - letting you run your home from anywhere." Operating Temperatures: Outside escutcheon: -35C to 66C,Inside escutcheon: -10C to 49C
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I left the house, pressed the Schlage button to lock it, and it didn't work. I thought it was odd to be completely dead, so I replaced the batteries. After my brief 15 minute trip to the store, I returned and the door didn't open again. I unlocked the door with the backup key I keep in my car, and upon closing the door thought something was smelling a little odd.
When I touched the battery case, it was hot. I immediately took the battery case off, and noticed the batteries in the cartridge were extremely hot, to the point where I was worried about them exploding. I disconnected the wires to the battery which PULLED THE CONNECTOR right out of the softened/melted battery cartridge. I'm now left with a dead door lock, and a broken battery cartridge, and rather worried to re-purchase this model.
So, I get it, it's been good for 4 years. Nothing lasts forever. The lock is backed by a Lifetime Limited mechanical and finish warranty but unfortunately the electronics are limited to a 1-year warranty. Obviously it's past that. And if the lock just up and died, that's one thing. But for the lock to effectively melt on my door, and the batteries heat up beyond being too hot to touch, that has me worried. What if they exploded or caught fire or whatever else it is they do. I want to be able to leave my house knowing it'll still going to be there when I get back. With this incident fresh on my mind, all I can think is that this lock is a fire hazard.
The back door is shaded and since it's under the lanai it can get quite humid(sprinkler system and frequent rain showers. The batteries would only last about 2 weeks on the back door. I removed the battery cover and noticed moisture on the underside of the cover. I pulled the battery holder and let everything dry out for a couple of days. I put in fresh batteries but I purposely left the battery cover off thus leaving a way for moisture to escape...now the batteries last for 5 months. It does look a little tacky without a battery cover on but some science experiments aren't pretty. I decided to mod my battery cover so that I could hide my batteries, wires and keep little fingers away. I used a silver marker, patterned some spots, drill pilot holes, then bored to size. Guess I fixed Schlage's issue with moisture cause my mod worked(see pic).
When you install the lock, you *need* to make sure that the hole for the deadbolt is big enough for it, aligns correctly, and leaves room for expansion from heat (if you live in a climate where this is a concern). If everything is right, the lock will use low energy, and your battery usage will be low.
How do you know you're using low or high? After you initially set up the lock, the lock will try low energy first, *then* if it can't move the bolt, it will go to high energy. It will do this the first three times you open/close it (again, this is all in the manual). Each "try" is a pair of sounds (so if it sounds "brrr [pause] brrr", that's one try). If it goes three times without being able to use low-energy, it will use high-energy ALWAYS. Hence, lots of batteries.
As for everything else, there are enough reviews out there. The product works as advertised, and is very high quality. If you don't have a deadbolt already, or it gets kind of stuck sometimes, or you don't trust you can get a smoot motion for the bolt, spring for a professional installation. It is worth it to avoid wasting money on batteries.
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When I moved home, I obviously wanted to change the locks and (because I hate carrying keys!) wanted to get an electric lock. Z-Wave compatibility was essential because I planned to get a hub. Arrives in a sensible-sized package with everything needed. Was able to install 1st time on the door using existing holes.
What I like
- Very unobtrusive, and sleek looking
- Numbers don't illuminate until you press the Schlage button, so the PIN-pad is a dark grey most of the time
- The screws included for the strike plate were very long for a secure installation
- Powerful motor
- Clear instructions included
- Many options to personalize (intrusion alarm, auto lock, beeps or without etc)
- Effortless connection to Z-Wave hub
- Efficient battery usage, I've changed batteries twice in 2 years
- Works well will 3rd party device handlers for increased functionality
What I dislike
- The rear portion (the bit that goes inside) is quite bulky, but similar in size to competitors products
If this device ever breaks, I will definitely be replacing it with an identical model. Be careful when picking colour online - I originally bought the Bright Chrome thinking it was the best match for my handle, but turns out it was actually Satin Nickel.
If you already have a smart home hub, then it will work via Z-Wave. I didn't want the additional hub, only running off the Alexa/Echo Plus Hub and it's not possible to do that.
Just be aware there is additional hardware needed to make it work - unless you are an iOS user then I understand it works via Bluetooth on the app - so far I cannot get mine to connect to my Android phone and am not sure it can without the WIFI adapter mentioned (another thing to buy and plug in just for it to work)
Otherwise the unit itself is nice and works very well. No fingerprints on the touch pad, alarm function is loud and works well. Easy to setup and install (15 minutes total time for me, adding user codes in and autolock function)
1) It stops working even with high battery. The SmartThings app stated that it had 80%+ batter left, and the LEDs seemed to work, but it was not working. After months of troubleshooting, the only thing that worked was to replace the battery.
2) It doesn't work well with SmartThings. After a while, it stops working meaning it just becomes a door with a code to lock and unlock it. The remote access stopped working.
I guess this might be to be expected when there are two different companies trying to work together on relatively new technology.
Also, I have two and they both don't work with SmartThings now
Lo más destacable de esta cerradura es el protocolo Z-WAVE, yo lo tengo instalado con un Samsung Smartthings y me resulta tremendamente útil para agregar códigos, bloquear accesos, etc, todo a la distancia.
¿Porqué no 5 estrellas? Porque para hacerlo funcionar con Smartthings tuve que hacer mucho trabajo, smartthings ya no soporta este modelo y no lo avisan ni Schlage ni Samsung de manera firme. Por suerte, como se pueden instalar equipos con programación de terceros, pude hacerla funcionar. Creo que con WINK funciona sin necesidad de programarle algo extra.
Como funcionalidad, el no tener que cargar con una llave y contar con una alarma y un código para cada persona es algo extraordinario, el poder manejar los horarios de los códigos y que me avise a mi móvil cuando algunas de las personas entran o salen de mi casa (con smartthings) lo hace aún mucho mejor.
It locks and unlocks well and is super responsive in house or away with the Hub linked. You do need to turn on the Zwave radio for this to work as it is off by default, and as others mentioned you can remove the metal clip and holder for smaller hole in the door configurations.
I think they could have gone away from the Key mode all together, most people will have another door to get in to if the unit fails for some reason with a spare or hidden key to a side or back door.
It did force me to get off my a$$ and make sure the deadbolt was aligned perfectly, for years I had been just accepting the fact I need to pull the door closed a bit more to turn the key, now that I have adjusted the locking strike plate all is smooth and the function of the lock is better than ever!
The Activity Monitor through the Smart Things Hub is really cool, tells me what code was used to unlock the door so I know who in theory is using it, tells me manually locked and locked with Keypad along with the times the event happens.
FYI my firmware was 7.1
Thanks for making a really good functional device. (Is it sad that I'm so excited about a smart lock) :)
- Robust construction, the back piece is quite heavy, and has a large metal frame.
- Easy to program user codes and use them on a daily basis.
- Relatively easy to customize as a replacement lock on an existing door frame (allowing several pieces to come off or extend so it can fit properly).
- Has additional features like built in alarm, vacation mode, remote connectivity via Wink devices.
- Why on earth does it only come with 1 key? Based on the retail value, the least you expect is for the manufacturer to provide 2-3 backup copies, in case the batteries die.
- Despite having Z-wave protocol, it is not compatible with all z-wave smart home devices, such as the Securifi Almond +, which has z-wave/zigbee compatibility, but at most recognizes the unit when paring, but ultimately times-out as the Schlage lock does not wait more than a few seconds to show the red X light. Now I will be forced to by a wink hub device just so I can use these locks as intended!
- Built in alarm feature is a great add on, but configuring it to actually work well is nearly impossible, as it is either too sensitive and will knock your ears off every time you push the door to check it is actually locked, or will recognize the door is been opened. For now I just left it with a bip sound every time the door opens, rather than the full fledged alarm sound.
- Have read the firmware cannot be updated by the user, and the lock mechanism can act crazy when first installed (as it adjusts to the new door). I had to reset the lock once installed so the knob would work as intended, rather than getting stuck when pressing the Schlage button.
I then followed the user's manual instructions to change the default code length from 4 to 6 digits, and then created codes for family and housekeeper. It works perfectly, and I am very happy with it. I took notes from other reviewers who said that the lock would not tolerate below freezing temperatures, and I installed it on the inside door rather than the exterior door, because the exterior door is subject to -25 to -30 degrees Celsius during winter, while the inside door has its inside side always over freezing temperatures.
I tested it with a ZWave compatible hub (SmartThings, from Samsung), and it connected and worked the first time. I now can remotely add and remove codes, lock or unlock the door, know if the door is locked or not, know which code unlocked the door and when, etc. Very, very handy for a vacation house that I rent for short terms.
Some cool features on this model : Has built in sensors to trigger alarms on entry/force entry. Has auto locking mechanism. Links to Alexa (need a hub like SmartThings though), sends notifications for unusual activity based on how you set it (I noticed however that the notification was a bit late, which annoyed me). Again happened only once (the phantom "unlock" scenario I described above triggered the notification).
Oh, one more thing. Its a bit noisy when it locks / unlocks. My spouse finds it reassuring though, so I can't complain.
I'd recommend it.