Types Of Keypad Locks
Touchscreen Keypad Deadbolt
Instead of a key, this type of lock system requires a numerical code to grant entry to a facility or property. The code is punched in by users via a numerical pad, similar to those on a basic calculator. If the correct code is entered, the door lock or deadbolt should release.
Deadbolts with ZWave
Smart locks provide you with peace of mind security allowing you to know who is coming and going from your home. Once the smart lock is connected to the smart hub, you now can remotely access your lock to lock or unlock your doors from anywhere in the world. Safer, smarter homes are locked with Z-Wave.
These locks use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technology to unlock the door via a paired fob or an app. Ideal for when your hands are full, fobs do not need to be held up to the lock or handled in any way: The fob will unlock the door as you approach it. These locks can usually also be unlocked from an app, as the shared Bluetooth technology pairs the fob with the lock and the lock with the home’s Wi-Fi system, enabling control from anywhere with an app and giving you full control over who can enter your home, even when you’re not there.