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Lose or forget your key again?
What if you can share temporary access to your guests or service people?
Can I control my lock even when I am away?
Want to know who has opened your door and when?
Ultraloq UL1 is a revolutionary smart lock that offers entry via biometric fingerprint identification, contactless key fob, or your Bluetooth enabled smartphone. The Bridge upgrade allows you to share an eKey with guests while you're away from your home and monitor all activity via the iOS or Android app.
Bluetooth Smart Connectivity
Your smartphone is now your key. Just unlock your door using the Ultraloq App on your smartphone.
One Touch Fingerprint Access
Just need "One Touch" to wakeup the sensor, unlock and turn the handle in no time.
Contactless Key Fob
13.56MHz frequency Smart Technology. Perfect for people like kids and elderly who don't use a smartphone.
Dual Battery System
Powered by 2 sets of 2 AA batteries separately. You can just replace 2 batteries from exterior handle in case battery runs out.
No wiring required. No drilling for American standard doors. Just 5 screws.
Durable Zinc alloy casing. Built for both exterior and interior doors.
Three Locking Status
Auto relock, privacy lockout and free passage.
Tri-color LED Indicator
Shows you authorised or denied access, Bluetooth connectivity status, battery and locking status.
Grant access for specific dates or times.
Ultraloq App enables you to unlock your door with your smartphone.
Know who has the access to your lock and how. Add or delete users any time you want.
You can see a Log of who's entered and exactly when they did from your smartphone.
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Simple installation, product looks good
You have a great product here. It looks great! And it works very good. The only thing I would add is a button or the option of keeping it unlocked when desire.
I have used these since they hit the funding stage. Tbh I don't even remember which it was kickstarter or Indiegogo or some other variation of. As a person who tends to be a first or second gen person I expect the occasional hiccup. The small detail in the directions that is missing that just cost me 2 hrs of time. It's a pita, don't get me wrong, depending on the individual(s) developing the project. And I have certainly lost money or been underwhelmed with where development ended. This has never been the case for me with this product. The response time for my questions has always been above my expectations. The amount of back and forth with myself as to solving my needs is as important to them now as it was when I purchased my locks. The locks have not been without fault. Mine are both indoor use for entry into my condo. Someone indicated that they are slow when cold. While I haven't experienced slow per se if it's cold outside, even on an interior door, never rely on just your fingerprint as I have discovered it will take me a couple of tries until it will recognize my print. I suppose you could make an additional profile and scan your cold thumb..... Recently I had some difficulty with my auto bolt. The company worked with me to identify the issue and then supported their product by sending me a new clutch free of charge. Not the kind of customer service you expect these days. The 3 profiles for the lock are extremely helpful. When I'm away it resides in normal. When I come home from the grocery store I set it to passage while still in my car so there is no need to fumble around trying to open it with bags in my hands. Logging feature is great as I can see when individuals I have authorized have entered. So upon my arrival home should something be missing or out of place I can contact my friends and ask if they know what's up. So far I'm 100% with it being solved before someone freaks and calls the cops. I even have them tied into my smart home and can control them with Alexa and if I don't control them directly from Alexa when I call for "lights out" I have my routine ask if I took the locks out of passage if I have I ignore it. If not rather than getting out of bed I grab my phone and set it back to "normal" As you've probably noticed I'm a huge fan. Don't get me wrong it hasn't been pain free,but each time I received the support I have needed to accomplish my goals. I have (2) Silver UL-1 the accompanying Autobolt, as well as 2 bridges as it is a 1bridge per lock situation. I could go on about uses and the safety these items provide in the event of a injury or such. To be able to yell at my door to unlock to let the paramedic in because I can't physically get up is truely a blessing.
Hey JR, thank you so much for the feedback!
I was one of the first supporters on Indiegogo and I bet so hard for this product. In fact, after receiving my first one on December 2017, I bought another one in March 2018. By the end of 2018, the first one start failing, I was lucky that was still under warranty and was replaced, but the second one, just failed after 2 years and no replacement provided because was out of warranty. If they built a product that is going to last only 2 years maximum and you have to spend $300 every 2 years keep what you expect, then the quality is poor and not worthy.
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi (Ultraloq Bridge required)|
|Identification Mode||Fingerprint, key fob and smartphone app|
|Sensor||Optical fingerprint sensor|
|Sensor Wake Up Mode||Touch Auto Wakeup|
|Scan Area||0.9 x 0.7 inch/22.9 x 17.8 mm|
|Identification Time||< 0.5 sec|
|FRR (False Rejection Rate)||0.001%|
|FAR(False Acceptance Rate)||0.001%|
|Case Material||Strong Zinc Alloy|
|Finish||Satin Nickel or Black|
|Working Voltage||3V (2 X Alkaline AA batteries)|
Outside lock body: -4 ̊F (-20 ̊C) to 149 ̊F (65 ̊C)
Inside lock body: 14 ̊F (-10 ̊C) to 131 ̊F (55 ̊C)
6.6 x 3 x 3.1 inch / 168 x 75 x 80 mm (front panel)
6.6 x 3 x 3.1inch / 168 x 75 x 80 mm (back panel)
|Weight||4.4 lb / 2 kg|
|Door Thickness||1.3 - 1.96 inch (33 - 50 mm)|
|Battery Life||Up to 1 year (8000 times access)|
|LED Indicator Color||Red, green and blue|
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