Bluetooth Door Lock, airbnb door lock, keyless, keyless entry, keyless entry systems
$220.00$230.00

UL110 Bluetooth Door Lock

Rated 4.71 out of 5

or 4 payments from $55.00 with Afterpay

K7 Push Pull Biometric Fingerprint Lock, K7_Biometric, bluetooth, fingerprint lock
$554.00
Rated 5.00 out of 5

or 4 payments of $138.50 with Afterpay

K8 KEYless Fingerprint Door Lock
$680.00
Rated 4.00 out of 5

or 4 payments of $170.00 with Afterpay

KEYless Fingerprint Door Lock
$680.00
Rated 4.83 out of 5

or 4 payments of $170.00 with Afterpay

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$500.00
Rated 4.00 out of 5

or 4 payments of $125.00 with Afterpay

R7 KEYless Smartlock Rim Lock
$399.00

or 4 payments of $99.75 with Afterpay

Fingerprint Door Lock,Mini Smart Lock,Smart Lock
$450.00
Rated 5.00 out of 5

or 4 payments of $112.50 with Afterpay

UL900 KEYless Fingerprint Door Locking System, Bluetooth Door Lock
$320.00$340.00

or 4 payments from $80.00 with Afterpay

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$720.00

or 4 payments of $180.00 with Afterpay

keypad door lock, bluetooth door lock
$675.00

or 4 payments of $168.75 with Afterpay

What is Bluetooth and how can a Bluetooth Smart lock secure your home

Bluetooth smart lock. Interestingly the name Bluetooth comes from a Danish 10th century King Harald Bluetooth. Who according to history united dissonant Danish tribes into a single nation. The link being that Bluetooth unites communication protocols into one universal standard.

As noted before Bluetooth is a wireless technology and was invented by Ericsson Mobile in Lund, Sweden by  Jaap Haartsen. The original purpose was to develop wireless headsets. Ironically as I sit here writing this I am listening to my favourite music via a Bluetooth speaker!

Smart locks are driven by an electromechanical lock, which locks and unlocks a door when an instruction is received from an authorised device. The device in this case is a smart phone acting as the master using a wireless Bluetooth protocol, it sends a message to the Smart lock (slave).

Smart locks act the same way as a traditional lock. Both need a lock and key in the case of a Smart lock the key is not a physical key but your smart phone via wireless authentication, this will automatically activate the unlocking mechanism.

Obviously some of the advantages include;

  • Ability to receive notification when someone accesses the lock
  • Audit trail of who has access the lock and what date and time
  • Option of short-term/one-off access e.g. family member who turns up unexpectedly

In need of a Bluetooth Smart Lock solution please contact us on 1300 873 539 or visit us at www.keylessentrysystems.com.au.