The Klevio One device connects to Klevio secure servers via Wi-Fi or 4G, letting you open doors remotely from your smartphone. When triggered by the app, our servers communicate with the device and instruct it to open your doors.
Klevio-enabled doors need to be fitted with an electric strike that sits in the doorframe as a replacement for the fixed metal keep. We would typically add one to a private front door, as communal doors are often electrified already. When your Klevio is activated by the device, the electric strike is released, unlocking the door in the process.
One of our experienced installers will come round and install your Klevio One, so you don't have to worry about a thing. As we like to say: you install the app, we install the rest.
One Klevio device opens both the communal and private doors. And because the device lives inside your own flat, you don’t need to modify the communal area at all.
Klevio uses bank-level encryption standards, including cryptographically signed messages, giving you the same peace of mind as when you make bank transactions from your phone. The Klevio app also lets you see who's entered your property — and when — via a time-coded event log, further enhancing Klevio's security safeguards.
Unlike many other smart locks, the Klevio device is only visible from inside your home, so no-one outside will even know you have it. And as it's connected to the mains, it can't run out of battery, though for extra assurance you can opt for a battery backup if you wish (speak to our team to discuss this option).
Size (mm): 160 x 160 x 34
Connectivity: Bluetooth 5, WiFi b/g/n (2.4GHz, WPA2)
Power: 12V / 2A, power supply 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.5A*
Intercom compatibility: a broad range of intercom systems including 2-wire and 5-wire systems
* Optional battery backup
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