|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 3.1 x 8.1 inches|
|Item model number||FE599NX CAM 619 ACC 619|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Average Battery Life||17520 hours|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime mechanical and finish warranty, 1 year electronics warranty|
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- Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately). Does not support unlock by voice at this time.
- Receive text or email alert when your family uses their codes, so you know who's home
- Grant access to your home when you can't be there with a scheduled code to let someone
- Add, delete or change user codes remotely
- Run the most important systems in your home-thermostats, locks, lights and cameras – from anywhere with Nexia Home Intelligence
- 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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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 619 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
- Limited lifetime warranty on finish and mechanics; 1-year warranty on electronics
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, and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty on finish and mechanics and a 1-year warranty on electronics.
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Quite simply, this lock has made leaving and coming home with the pooch for walks much easier. Sometimes, she likes to take off running as soon as we exit the door, but for years I'd have to stop her to get the door locked with a key. With this lock, I don't have to slow her down - which is awesome. Also, unlocking the door when we get back is so simple using the code.
The video here is just an overview to show off the hardware and some of the features that I think are neat (like remote operation and events), as well as a couple of short-comings. When I got mine last December, Amazon only offered the Satin Nickel color. If I were to buy one now, I'd go for the brass to match my other hardware.
While I really like the keypad capability, I honestly almost never use the Nexia service for the lock because I don't need to let people in remotely and have no real use for the event capability...even though I do find that very cool. :) Unless you think that you'd use the remote operation features, I'd suggest looking at the Schlage FE595 or similar. The 595 avoids one of the few short-comings of this unit, in that you can visually tell from inside if the door is locked or not.
Overall, I highly recommend this if you are setting up a networked home environment or would like remote operation of your door lock.
(*) High quality hardware. Everything feels robust, and the surface finish is very nice
(*) Keypad has never failed to operate correctly for me (but the coldest that it's been here since I got it is ~20 degrees F). That said, it's a good habit to bring the key or have one hidden somewhere, because the lock is battery operated...and batteries wear out
(*) Illuminated keypad
(*) Remote operation and ability to trigger events on other hardware running on your Z-Wave network
(*) You can't visually tell if the door is locked or not, so if you want to check your door locks (at night, for example), you actually have to push the "lock" button to make sure that it's locked. I'm able to avoid needing to do this because I also have a deadbolt on the door that I can see from a distance
(*) You can't lock the door using the key - you can only unlock it with the key. Seems trivial unless the door is unlocked when your batteries wear out, and then you need to replace the batteries before you can lock the door. To do that, you need to remove the internal handle (so, you need to find the push pin that came with this lock, or find a suitable replacement), unscrew and remove the internal panel, replace the batteries, and then put the internal plate and handle back on
(*) Internal portion is a bit on the large side
The automatically locking part works fine, but unlocking in a useful way with Z-wave does not. Z-wave will unlock the lever, but only for a few seconds before locking again -- the same as if you keyed in the code. So, if you want it to unlock automatically when you arrive, you'd have to be really quick opening the door.
As far as I can tell, there is no way to use Z-wave to unlock and leave it unlocked. This seems to require pushing the unlock button on the inside. That makes the Z-wave next to useless for my purposes. I expected the Z-wave lock / unlock commands to perform the same as pushing the lock / unlock buttons on the inside. Instead Z-wave unlocks only momentarily like using the keypad code.
I tried several times to call Schlage support. The only time I got through to a person, he was clueless about Z-wave and transferred me to their home automation support where I always seemed to remain 3rd or 4th in the queue with no option to get a callback.
In the end, I returned this and bought the similar but less expensive Kwikset 912 Z-wave lever. I think the Schlage is a better quality lock and I generally like Schlage better, but in this case I was forced to Kwikset won because of Schlage's very questionable design decision. Kwikset included a dip switch so you can set whether their lever automatically re-locks. So you can unlock the Kwikset with Z-wave and it will stay unlocked, which is what I wanted.
Our house only has a lever lock, not a deadbolt. So until I found this product, I was going down the path of figuring out how to retrofit a deadbolt into my door. I was so happy when I found this!
Installation took minutes - great tutorial video online by Schlage. All you need is a screwdriver. It comes with one backup physical key in case the device fails for some reason. I have owned it for 2 months and the battery has gone down 15%, so at this rate I will only have to change the batteries once per year or less.
I use mine with a Samsung SmartThings Hub. Pairing is easy as long as you follow the directions. The native device-type handler (DTH) and SmartApp for Samsung SmartThings Smart Locks works OK, but there's a better one out there coded by RBoy (search for RBoy Apps) that gives much more flexibility and fixes a specific issue where the lock doesn't send a signal when it automatically "re-locks", so the lock status in the app would be out of sync with the lock itself (it would show unlocked when it was actually locked). The RBoy app also allows you to configure schedules for the keycodes (example: if you want to create a code that only works on certain days of the week, at certain times, during certain modes, or set to auto-expire after a certain time period or number of uses) as well as notifications when specific codes are used. I'm very happy overall with the product and the SmartThings integration.
If I could, I would deduct 1/2 star for two reasons: First, I wish I didn't have to purchase a separate DTH for the extra features (named codes, notifications, auto-relock, scheduled codes, etc), I wish it came natively with SmartThings, but that's as much Samsung's issue as it is Schlage's. Second, I wish this lock supported codes longer than 4 digits, for added security.
As an example of just how useful these things are, we have this installed at a vacation home 100 miles away. This past week, the temperatures plummeted and I was very worried about the pipes freezing. I called a neighbor and asked him to check on the house and to leave the faucets on a trickle to prevent them from freezing. In the time it took him to walk over to our house, I was able to provision a code on my iPhone which worked perfectly. We will also be able to use it to set up codes remotely for guests who want to borrow the house, housekeepers, handymen, plumbers, and others without having to distribute and collect physical keys. All of that convenience and peace of mind is worth the price of the lock, in my opinion.
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New batteries, no help.
No lights, dead