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There's a new, smarter way to connect to your home, it's called Home Connect Technology. This technology works by allowing your front door lock to wirelessly talk to other things in your house, such as the security system, lighting, thermostat, & entertainment system. Now Kwikset, the leader in residential door hardware, brings home automation full circle with the addition of the Kwikset 910 CNT ZW 11P SMT CP SmartCode Wireless Z-Wave DeadBolt. This fully automated SmartCode motorized deadbolt secures your home with a new level of functionality that provides security and convenience and is completely integrated with the Z-Wave system. The motorized deadbolt installs in minutes to replace an existing deadbolt. No hardwiring is required because the deadbolt uses 4 AA Batteries.
The Deadbolt includes SmartKey Re-Key Technology with BumpGuard Protection. Kwikset's SmartKey re-key technology provides you the flexibility to re-key your own locks quickly and easily without removing them from your door. Re-key your SmartKey locks as frequently as you wish while maintaining the highest level of security.
Imagine opening the front door and having your house effectively greet you. The lights turn on to your exact specifications, your favorite music starts playing, and the A/C kicks in for that just-right temperature. Also, imagine locking your door from your cell phone or receiving a text message letting you know your child just got home from school. In case of an emergency, unlock all doors at once so there is no delay in getting out of the house. Home Connect Technology has the power to make it happen.
The SmartCode Z-Wave DeadBolt is also available in Polished Chrome, Satin Nickel, and Satin Chrome. For the same great features with a more classic style, please see the Kwikset SmartCode Wireless Z-Wave Deadbolt.
- Review of 51048BN Review by MICHAEL
Review of 51048BN
Potential safety hazard caused by lock-in condition. I have the Satin Nickel version of this deadbolt which uses the same mechanism. I had the first one for about 2 months, then the mechanism jammed and the deadbolt was left in the half thrown position. In this position, the manual turn knob became inoperable. The only way to open the lock was to exit through another door and use the key to force it open. After that the lock seemed to operate normally. Smarthome was great in replacing the lock with a replacement. A month later, the replacement lock did the same thing. I have the auto lock feature set. After I enter the house, I will manually throw the bolt to avoid having the lock automatically lock, thus extending the battery life. On one instance, I happened to throw the bolt manually while the bolt was going through its auto-lock sequence. Right after that, I noticed that the bolt was left in the half thrown position. Once again, I had to exit through another door and use the key to force the lock open. After that the lock seemed to work normally. I contacted Kwikset and apparently they are aware of the situation. They said that the remedy is to force the lock open or closed using the inside manual turn lever. Unfortunately, the turn lever is too short to provide the necessary leverage to do this, thus creating a "lock-in" safety hazard. I did mention to Kwikset that this method of force opening needs to be added to their instructions. Unfortunately, Kwikset did not take my concerns seriously. With the first lock set, I recall that as I was closing the door, the auto-lock mechanism had activated and the deadbolt hit the strike off center and had to retry three times before it locked. It wasn't until the next morning that I realized that I was unable to unlock the door. Seems like this lock-in condition is created when the deadbolt mechanism is unable to complete its locking cycle without interference.
Posted on 3/28/2012
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