LockState, a Colorado-based lock manufacturer has launched a new addition to their RemoteLock Smart Lock Series. The company was founded in 2004, but did not join the Smart Technology market until 2011. There is no doubt that LockState will succeed in their mission to become one of the leading suppliers of remote control access products. For those consumers that are familiar with LockState, you will definitely remember the RemoteLock 6i. This version of the Smart lock allows users to connect directly to their existing Internet router and gain access to the app interface via iOS and Android devices.
Eventually, the RemoteLock 500i joined the lineup, but this Smart lock was only designed for indoor use. Well, the company is not stopping here. Now, consumers have yet another version of the RemoteLock to choose from. The 5i-B Smart lock offers remote control, mechanical key, and manual key code access options, while giving the homeowner the ability to monitor and view access history. You can create and store up to 1,000 temporary or permanent key codes and share them with your friends and relatives.
The RemoteLock 5i-B is great for homeowners, landlords and realtors, as well as private business owners. You will have the ability to create scheduled times to lock/unlock the door, by preselecting the passage mode and disable key code access, by selecting the privacy mode. For safety measures, LockState embedded the lock with a Lockout feature, which is automatically activated after 5 invalid attempts are made.
The 5i-B Smart lock supports third-party devices and does not require a Home Automation hub. Interested consumers can visit the official RemoteLock website to purchase the 5i-B Wi-Fi deadbolt. It is also available with or without a lever handle, with a small price variance.