The Klevio One device connects to Klevio’s secure servers via Wi-Fi or 4G, letting you unlock doors remotely from your smartphone. When triggered by the app, our servers communicate with the device and instruct it to unlock your doors.
For a door to be Klevio-enabled, it must have an electric strike that sits in the door frame as a replacement for the fixed metal keep and releases when you unlock doors with Klevio.
We would typically fit an electric strike on private apartment doors, as communal doors are usually already electrified.
Our in-house installer will integrate Klevio either as a replacement or in parallel with your existing intercom handset, depending on your specific setup. By using the existing wiring in the building, this enables Klevio to open the communal door.
To enable Klevio on your private door, we’ll need to add an electric strike to the door frame, but no changes to the communal area will be required. A cable will be discreetly run from the electric strike to the Klevio One device.
Installed in parallel with
your existing intercom handset
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. A time-coded event log lets you see who's entered your property — and when — further enhancing Klevio's security safeguards.
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.
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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
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