Z-Wave Electronic Locks Add a New Dimension of Security to Your Home

Electronic residential deadbolts and entry locks have been on the market for years, but have yet to really capture the market as home automation and smart homes become all the rage with today’s homeowners. One component that many do miss when they get a new high tech security system is the addition of the Z-wave electronic locks that are available as an added and important feature to your home security package.

They utilize keypads or push buttons so the door can be unlocked once a series of numbers/buttons are pushed. Today, many electronic locks allow keyless entry via computer or smartphone. Although they can be considerably more expensive than mechanical locks, the electronic lock market is becoming more competitive and prices are dropping as a result.

How Electronic Locks Work with Your Security System

As explained above, electronic locks allow keyless entry and access with a push code. The locks still utilize a mechanical key cylinder, meaning that they can still be utilized (and lock) in the event of a power outage. Some electronic locks on the market today allow entry wirelessly, meaning that entry can be permitted if the lock doesn’t have a keypad.

These locks commonly utilize Wi-Fi, Z-Wave, or Bluetooth for entry. Z-Wave security devices are available for integration with many home automation security systems. In this case, your mobile security app will include your digital locks.

Electronic Residential Lock Perks

Electronic residential locks come with perks such as:


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