What is Schlage Camelot?
Camelot Satin Nickel Connect Smart Door Lock with Alarm Rated AAA. Add the Schlage Connect Smart Deadbolt with Z-wave Plus enabled to your Z-Wave smart home or security system to control and monitor your lock from anywhere remotely.
What is the difference between Schlage Camelot and Plymouth?
The Schlage Camelot and the Schlage Plymouth are nearly identical deadbolts, with the main difference being style. Both deadbolts have a six-digit programming code, two four-digit pre-programmed access codes, 19 programmable access codes, and both are meant for residential or light commercial settings.
How do I change the code on my Schlage Camelot?
Press the “Schlage” button and the number “1” button simultaneously to add/change a new entry code. and flash three times. Enter a new four-digit code, and wait for the “Schlage” button to flash and beep three times. Re-enter the same four-digit code to confirm the change.
What’s the difference between Schlage sense and connect?
While they look very similar, their smart home integration is the key difference between both locks. Schlage Sense works with HomeKit for controlling your lock using Siri. Schlage Connect is designed for Alexa and Z-Wave integration. Schlage Encode is a WiFi lock that doesn’t require a hub.
Can I use Schlage connect without hub?
Because of its built-in WiFi, you don’t need a smart hub to connect your Schlage Encode™ Smart WiFi Deadbolt with an Alexa-enabled device. To start using your Schlage Encode lock with Alexa, access the Alexa app on your smartphone, choose the Schlage Home skill and follow the instructions in the app.
Does Schlage be365 auto lock?
It does not have an auto lock feature. You have to manually turn the knob to lock and unlock the deadbolt.
Can I use Schlage Connect without a hub?
Do you need a hub for Schlage Connect?
Because the Schlage Connect is powered by Z-wave, you need to pair it with a smart home hub, like Wink, to extend communication with your home’s wi-fi. This allows you to communicate with your lock via the Wink app when you are remote.