|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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- Installing up to 2 customer-supplied door knobs
- Preparing doors for installation
- Installing knob, strike plate and door latches
- Verifying installation and adjusting as needed
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- 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 communicates wirelessly to other Z-Wave products in your home; remote management with a Nexia Home Intelligence system
- 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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still love them. they look god and are so convenient and i can track who comes and goes.
that said they really do need to work on quality control.
So far the Schlage unit here seems great. The lock/unlock seems to operate less machinery which makes me feel like it will be more reliable. Also the Kwikset only has 5 buttons for the code (1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 9/0) while this has the full ten.
I intend to join it with a Mi Casa Verde configuration soon but right now it's running standalone.
My only real complaint is that it seems like there is no way to set the code without a z-wave controller. That's OK for now but the lock is at a rental unit and we liked being able to program codes for each tenant (it's a weekly vacation rental).
I'll change my review up and down if (a) it turns out to be unreliable as the Kwikset was and (b) if there's a way to program the entry codes without a z-wave controller.
Easy to Use
Connecting to ZWave can be a pain
Most people want a lock that has a keypad, has wireless access, moves a dead-bolt, and has great battery life. The problem is that the bigger the motor a device like this has to drive, the more power it will use. This lock is great because it only uses a little power to allow the user to operate the handle. I used high capacity rechargeable AA batteries, and in the 9 months that I've owned it, I have only switched them out once, and they we're not even fully discharged.
For those who want a deadbolt like this, you will either have to swap out the batteries frequently, or run a wire to it. There is no free lunch in physics.
Whether the reason for the failure is the Schlage z-wave controlled lock or the Vera Edge is unclear. About 25% of the people who buy the Vera Edge hate it. This is, sadly, about the same percentage of people who hate the other controllers. The state of "home automation" is really sad. Like the computer industry a couple of decades ago.
In the Vera Edge web dialog that can be used to set-up locks there is only one Schlage lock that is supported the Schlage SCH-TSBR-605C. Of course you don't know this why you buy a Vera Edge. There are a number of Yale z-wave locks supported:
I am going to try the Yale YRL220ZW619 next. If this doesn't work then I'm going to return the lock and the Vera Edge. Since the Vera Edge seems to support more Yale locks perhaps I'll have better luck.
There are just two negatives with this lock. One is the little punch buttons for keeping the lock in the unlocked or locked state. I don't like that you can't tell which state it's in without pressing a button. The other negative is that the batteries are wearing down a lot faster now that I have the Nexia Home Intelligence Bridge connected to it. After just 4 months, the battery level is down to 75%. I'm going to see how much more quickly it goes down from here. I think I just have regular batteries in there right now. If regular batteries won't last for one year, maybe I need to invest in some longer lasting batteries.
Oh, and I just thought of a third negative regarding the lock. The batteries are not super easy to take in and take out. It's kind of a tricky process. It is not something I would want to do more than once per year.