Use your mobile phone as a key for the front door? This is no longer a future, but a reality for a long time. Networked, secure, without a key: Smart Locks open the front door for residents and guests via different ways for example smartphone apps, code, fingerprint, or completely automatic. Six door locks are explained under and you can get them from different smart door locks suppliers.
Open the front doors With the help of the internet?
That’s where the fun of the beautiful networked world ends for many. After all, the entrance door protects the holy of holies – the private living space.
Burg-Wächter Secu Entry Easy 5602 Fingerprint:
This lock does not open the door itself. It unlocks the lock cylinder by radio; the user has to turn it. The cylinder with a rounded lump can be adjusted for many door thicknesses.
The lock opens automatically when the mobile phone approaches and also offers remote access via a separately available WLAN bridge. The setup works easily, in the test the lock on a slightly cracked door did not open the latch reliably.
Danalock V3 HomeKit:
Much similar to the Danalock V3, but one can integrate it into the Apple HomeKit system and listen to voice commands. So that it doesn’t open to everyone, it asks for an iPhone code or fingerprint.
eQ-3 Eqiva Bluetooth Smart door lock drive:
The cheapest model works simply: The Eqiva Smart Lock is clamped on the inside of the lock cylinder and turns the key in the lock.
Nuki Smart Lock:
The battery-operated Nuki turns the key in the lock and also accepts AA batteries. Nuki can open automatically as soon as residents approach the door – or lock when they leave the area around the apartment.