Turn your compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into an electronic key for your home, so you can ditch those clunky key chains. As long as you have a compatible iOS device or the Kevo fob, you no longer need to juggle groceries while fumbling through your pockets or purse for your house key. Just keep your device nearby and unlock the door by touching it with your hand. Use the Kevo app to make electronic keys for friends, relatives or the babysitter. Kevo uses multiple levels of encryption to help safeguard your home. You can use a traditional key with the lock too.
Works with Nest
Sync your Kevo with the Nest Learning Thermostat and get more convenience than ever before.
Once synced up with the Nest, you will receive a notification each time you come or go, allowing you to adjust your Nest Learning Thermostat to the desired temperatures that you specified using your Kevo app.
You can set your preferred home temperatures for each Nest mode: Heat, Cool and Heat-Cool.
The Nest will recognize when you have entered your home via the Kevo Touch-to-Open technology, and it will adjust the temperature accordingly. Heading out for the day? No problem. Lock your Kevo and the Nest Thermostat will go back to the "away" temperature you had selected during your Nest Thermostat set up, making it easier than ever to save energy.
It's that simple come and go as you please using your Kevo, and enjoy the perfect temperature in your home every time courtesy of Nest.
Learn more about Nest here
Lose the bulk of your keys by turning an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into an electronic key. As long as you have your compatible device or fob key—even in your purse or pocket—you can unlock your door by touching the Kevo deadbolt.
Control who has access to your home by sending, deleting and disabling electronic keys using the Kevo app and web portal.
Kevo detects whether an authorized eKey is inside or outside of the home before granting access, in order to prevent unauthorized entry. Kevo offers military-grade PKI encryption as another safeguard.
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