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Connect Century Satin Nickel Touchscreen Deadbolt with Alarm

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The Schlage ConnectTM Touchscreen Deadbolt with Century trim in Satin Nickel combines advanced features and compatibility with your home automation system, allowing you to control your home from anywhere and freeing you from the hassles of keys. With the chic, delicate curve of the Century trim, the lock pairs well with interior Schlage hardware - especially when wrapped in our versatile Satin Nickel finish. Plus, it's been designed and tested with strength and durability in mind.

  • Use with 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in. door
  • Universal deadbolt fits 2-3/8 in. or 2-3/4 in. backset
  • Guaranteed to fit on existing, standard pre-drilled doors
  • Compatible with Z-Wave to add remote capability
  • Finish coordinates easily with plumbing and lighting fixtures
  • For more than 95 years, Schlage has offered durable door hardware in a range of unique style combinations to express any personality
  • Autothrow deadbolt activated from outside by pressing Schlage button
  • Deadbolt automatically retracted from outside by entering valid access code
  • Key can be used to unlock as backup
  • Built-in Alarm alerts you to potential security threats
  • Lock and finish backed by limited lifetime warranty
  • No wiring needed
  • Easy installation with Phillips screwdriver
  • Universal latches slide easily into place and require no tools or manual adjustments
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Can lock be programmed to have scheduled lock and unlock periods.if so can this feature be adjusted through mobile device

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June 21, 2016
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No, this can not be programmed to have a scheduled lock and unlock periods.
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June 21, 2016
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You may contact our technical department for further assistance and any troubleshooting that may be needed. That number is 888-805-9837.
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What is the height of the front of the lock (keypad side)? Need to make sure it is <5.25" height..

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June 15, 2016
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Hello Lauren,
The overall height is 5”. You may also visit your local Home Depot location for further assistance.
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Is the Schlage Connect compatible with RFID cards and/or proximity fobs?

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I'm trying to find a deadbolt that can be programmed to work off the RFID card I use to enter my building
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June 8, 2016
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Unfortunately no, The BE469 is compatible with Z-WAVE only.
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How long do the batteries typically last with daily use?

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Wondering if I should get rechargeable batteries for this.
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July 12, 2016
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The batteries should last up to two years, when the battery starts to get low the Schlage light will start flashing and I recommend you to replace the battery as soon as possible. Please call 888-805-9837 if you have anymore questions or concerns.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Handsome looking but unreliable I installed one on each of two doors two years ago. They are convenient and sturdy looking, mechanically but the electronics do not last. The main door lock which is used many times a day has failed three times. Another has failed twice. One failure was the keypad. Another was a firmware bug. Just last week both failed with the same issue and I was locked out of the house. The manufacturer seems to understand the failures and has been superb in honoring their warranty by quickly sending replacements without hassle. Still, the trouble of getting locked out and frequent replacements would make me think twice about purchasing a lock with electronic controls. Another thing to consider is that there is no way to tell at a glance if the lock is engaged or not from the outside so you will develop a habit of trying to open the door first before entering the combination. Awkward. July 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by keyless deadbolt lock was easy to install. Only thing I don't like it is hard to see in the day light. I think I am going to return to get one that has raised keys so you know where the numbers are. But nice lock and works well. August 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Ugly and loud I purchased this lock thinking it would look nice on the door but it is really not attractive and quite loud in operation. I ended up returning it. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent experience with this purchase This is my second purchase of this lock for my house. I installed the first one at the front door and my wife liked it, so this one is for the back door. Homes Depot was able to rekey this lock to the same key as the first lock while I waited at the store. The installation was easy by following the instructions exactly, step by step. I like this lock because it has a built-in alarm in case it is tampered with. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Little More Convenience This Schlage lock touchscreen lock is a really nice convenience. Replaces your current deadbolt in just a few minutes. You do not need to make any more holes in your door or anything. The install takes about 5-10 minutes. It already has 2 pre-programmed user codes in it. Programming more custom codes is not difficult to do as long as you follow the directions. (You can also still use a regular key if you like) It does require 4AA batteries which are NOT included. The built in alarm feature is very nice to give you a little piece of mine. This can also use with the Nexia Home Intelligence system. If you want the ability to remotely lock and unlock the door. March 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great door locking system for my vacation rental property This product is easy to install and program codes. It looks good and is durable. I have purchased 10 of these so I know they work well and hold up in pretty extreme conditions (heat, humidity and extreme cold). I will buy more. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing ease of use and great look. The Schlage lineup of touchscreen deadbolts has several variations of the same product with different casings and finishes. I've already purchased a second one in the Camelot style. Both are now included in my home automation network so that I can lock/unlock the doors and update access codes through my computer or phone. Installation really couldn't be much easier. The included manual is detailed and straightforward and depending upon your door, you can easily install the Schlage lock in less than 20 minutes. The main thing that may slow you down is the door itself. In order for the automatic lock to be able to extend and retract, the door and frame need to be well aligned. You can check your current door now. See if the deadbolt slides in and out without resistance. If you have to twist with any force or need to push or pull your door while turning the lock, some corrections need to be made (tips are available on Schlage's website in the Answers section). I had to deepen the hole into which the deadbolt extends in one of my doors and repair the weather stripping in the other. Easily, the best feature of the lock is "Lock & Leave" that when enabled allows you to lock the door upon exiting simply by pressing the "Schlage" button...no code or key necessary (you can change the setting to require a code to lock the door if you want). Also with the Z-wave capability I can unlock the door from my phone in my car so that I don't have to mess with entering a code or fumble with a key if my hands are full. We have also enabled the self-contained alarm in the lock. It can be set to activate simply for multiple incorrect code entry, forced entry or even lighter "tampering". Ours are on tamper and have actually added to our child locks by alarming when our young daughter has tried to get outside. I can easily recommend this product. May 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to Unlock, Great to Lock! If you want to make your house "smarter," this is the lock for you! It follows the Grade 1 of security, meaning it will be that much harder for a crook to break the door down. It also works with Nexia Home Intelligence, but I do not have that yet, so I don't know how well it works with that system, but on its own it works just fine. It comes with two big long screws that go so far into the frame of the door, it almost felt like it hit the stud. This was alarming to me, but as long as it keeps my door secure, I'm OK with it. I have never created a mortise for the door's frame before, and I did some innovative thinking. Still, the bolt's lock frame fit with the frame well. The overall functionality of the lock is rather impressive. If you hit the wrong keypad code three times, you can control the internal alarm to go off, which plays for about a minute. The alarm is not earth-shakingly loud, but just loud enough to get your attention; it's a loud squeaking sound. We like that you can add extra codes for visitors, babysitters, housesitters, etc. And we like the ability to open the door without a key, although it does come with a key in case the batteries die. The lock takes 4 AAA batteries, and the battery compartment is easy to open, access, and replace when needed. So my only main problems with this product revolved around the key and the mortise frame for the door. For a lock that's smart, it should have some sort of smart key technology to adapt to whatever key you'd like it to take and use so you can use that key with the other locks in your house. Without this smart key feature, you'll have to just deal with that main door as the primary entry of the house, as we did. As for the mortise plate, it would have been nice if it just fit with my existing mortise, which it did not, and for someone that doesn't know much about door locks, this required me to get up to speed on how to create a taller, wider mortise. So be sure to research on that, read the instructions on how deep and wide the mortise should be. A final issue involved the auto-lock feature. The lock does not know when the door is actually closed, so after 30 seconds, the bolt will lock. A possible scenario is, if you leave the door open, and the door auto-locks, a child slams the door, potentially damaging the frame for the door. Not good! But we turned this feature off anyways. Here's a really cool scenario I ran into the other day: left my house, started the car, realized I forgot something in the house. Now, usually I would have to turn off the car to use my keys for the front door. But with this smart lock (and maybe a little too much trust in my neighbors), I just have to walk up to the door, put my code in, and I'm in and back out in a jiffy! When we come home with groceries, we appreciate only having to put in a code instead of digging around for our keys to unlock the door. Also, if the door is unlocked and closed, and you want to lock it from the outside, just hit the Shlage button, and it will lock. I'm not sure why I find this fascinating and cool, but it is! Also, the screen lights up when you push it, and the screen does not smear your fingerprints. This is a good thing! Overall, we enjoy this lock and the "smart" look and functionality of the device. The looks alone could turn a burglar away, and if we forget our keys one day, our house will still open up for us! Thanks, smart lock! March 30, 2013
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