Going keyless

Endurance Doors now uses the new Yale Conexis L1, which includes a Bluetooth-enabled keyless smart door lock that can be operated by mobile device, and which meets PAS 24.

The lock is also fully compatible with the existing Winkhaus Trulock, multi-point locking system specified by Endurance.

The Yale Conexis L1 allows homeowners to configure, control and unlock their entrance door via any Android or Apple device through a secure Bluetooth, low energy app.

The ‘Twist and Go’ function allows users to turn their phone around 90º to unlock the door, in addition to other options of key tag, key card or phone tag.

Homeowners can also integrate the Yale Smart Home Alarm or Smart CCTV range through the app and connect to other smart home networks.

Stephen Nadin, managing director of Endurance Doors, said: “Smart lock technology has finally arrived for the entrance door market and we believe this is an important statement from us, in becoming early adopters for what is a fundamentally embryonic, yet important part of the sector. Entrance door keys are a legacy of decades gone by and while the humble key isn’t dead yet, this is an exciting move for us, the composite door market and Yale.”