SCHLAGE Connect Century Touchscreen Deadbolt with Built-In Alarm and Handleset Grip with Latitude Lever, Satin Nickel, FE469NX LAT 619 CEN
- Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately)
- Z wave technology connects to your home automation system and lets you lock or unlock your door remotely via the web or smartphone
- Fingerprint resistant touchscreen protects against fingerprints and smudges and ensures wear patterns remain undetectable
- Built in alarm with 3 alert modes (activity, tamper and forced entry) let you know when someone is coming or going and communicate potential security threats
- ANSI Grade 1 Highest Residential Security
- Backset: Universal latches and deadbolts fit 2 /8 inch (60 millimeter) or 2 3/4 inch (70 millimeter) backsets, Door thickness range: 1 3/8 inch to 1 3/4 inch thick
Device detailed description
At Schlage, we know security. After all, we’ve been innovating locks for more than 90 years. Now, with the Touchscreen Deadbolt, we’ve created a door lock that combines all of our best security features into one lock—redefining what it means to be secure. With our innovative touchscreen feature, 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.
The Schlage BE469NX 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, the Schlage BE469NX door lock comes with a built in audible alarm sensor that alerts you to activity at the door. You can select between 3 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 the three settings simply by pressing a button on the lock.
The Schlage BE469NX includes a touchscreen deadbolt with one back up key, four AA batteries, and user guide and installation instructions.. If you plan to use this product with Z wave systems other than Nexia Home Intelligence, please contact your Z Wave provider to verify compatibility.
The Schlage BE469NX is backed by a Lifetime Limited mechanical and finish warranty and 1 year electronics warranty.
From the Manufacturer
At Schlage, we know security. After all, we’ve been innovating locks for more than 90 years. Now, with the Touchscreen Deadbolt, we’ve created a door lock that combines all of our best security features into one keyless door lock, redefining what it means to be secure. Our innovative touchscreen feature provides the convenience of going keyless. No more 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. Schlage’s Touchscreen Deadbolt with Alarm combines our best security features into one door lock: Grade 1 certification, an Anti-pick shield, Built-in Alarm technology. The Touchscreen Deadbolt is also enabled to work with Nexia™ Home Intelligence,* a home automation system that allows you to control locks, thermostats, lights, cameras and more—from wherever you and the Internet happen to be.
Features and specification
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Frequently asked question
If you have Smartthings hub you can add, change and delete codes from your smartphone.
For doors thicker than 1 3/4 you need a thick door kit obtained from Customer Service. If the user has a Z-wave controller in the home, then it can be controlled from an iPhone
It depends on your zwave controller. Controllers from Vera will give you different alerts if it is unlocked with a code or from inside. If a code it used, it will include the nickname you've associated with the code used in its alert. The VeraSecure gives that info in email alerts or from the web console, but not in sm… see more It depends on your zwave controller. Controllers from Vera will give you different alerts if it is unlocked with a code or from inside. If a code it used, it will include the nickname you've associated with the code used in its alert. The VeraSecure gives that info in email alerts or from the web console, but not in sms alerts. Other controllers may or may not give that level of detail. You also need to program coded from the zwave controller instead of directly from the lock's keypad so nicknames can be associated with the various codes you set up.
A reversible one could be handy if you are buying ahead of time or are unsure whether or not LH or RH is needed. Take care.
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