The entry in our lineup of the Samsung Smart Doorlocks with an integrated lock and handle presents great value, and offers a complete locking solution. This lock handles up to 31 PIN Code and 30 RFID Key Tag users, with a long battery life.
Ranked Number One
This is our most popular model by sales volume for good reason. The combination of price, high tech design, and keyless access features using PIN codes or RFID Key Tags. Lastly with the familiarity of a mechanical override as a last resort.
Our additional security features on all of our locks are just as important as convenience. Our Anti-Panic system allows your to open the door with a single action by using the handle. Random number security adds a layer of protection for criminals looking to track your fingerprints across the face of the lock
High quality die cast body construction, with UV resistant plastics, and stainless steel lock body deliver a strong security solution and stylish looks.
Every day you're fumbling with keys to get into your home, carrying the shopping, your gym bag or the kids. Samsung makes coming home easier by giving you the option of using PIN codes, RFID Key Tags, or on some models fingerprint entry. Have you got a tradesperson coming over to do some work at the house? Set up an individual code for them, and delete it in seconds when you get home. Guests arriving at inconvenient times? No longer do you have to leave keys out under the doormat or in the meter box. We combine convenience and security in a stylish and strong package with the Samsung Smart Doorlocks.
Based on 10 entries per day, the batteries included will last for 10 months. Once it comes time to replace the batteries the lock will notify you to replace them.
This lock can be released by an intercom system with the additional RF Wireless Kit. The kit includes a transmitter to attach to your indoor intercom panel and a receiver to go into the lock.
Our random security code function makes sure your fingerprints get around all of the positions on the keypad to deter any thieves trying to figure out your code by having 2 random digits popping up before entering your code.