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Lockitron Bolt: the smartest in the world of door lock
Equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and a private page on the Internet, lock Lockitron Bolt uses iOS- or Android-compatible smartphone instead of a key, according to the owner, when someone opens it, or simply knocking on the door, you can open and close the door while thousands of miles away from her and give a numeric passkey friends or employees, so that they could open it to your phone.
In this case it complies with the strict requirements of sufficient resiliency, backward compatibility and security – in the absence of the Internet, electricity, Bluetooth, NFC, battery and phone, you can open an ordinary key. The key can not be changed even when installing the lock – it can literally put on top of the old in a couple of minutes.
Bolt looks like a normal lock with two-tone consignment box inside the door. This box can be installed separately, provided the mechanical compatibility of the handle of the old castle and the actuator. Standard mode – on Wi-Fi.
In this mode, the maximum available functions – remote control, notification, access control for guests or family. If you connect via Wi-Fi is not possible – no electricity or internet in the house, or the server is not available – you can open the lock, if the phone supports Bluetooth or NFC. And you can program it so that it opens automatically as soon as the phone owner will be in sight network. That is, to enter the house can be, without taking your phone out of your pocket.
If you lost your phone, you can regain access to any device connected to the Internet via a web interface. And finally, when the “low” battery will have to use the usual key.
Manufacturer opened pre-orders for the device is priced at $ 99 . The range of two models – Bolt and Bolt Preview. To access the castle via the Internet need a separate adapter is worth $ 77. Delivery of “smart” lock will begin in late spring.
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