What Hub works with Schlage?

4. Sync with a smart home automation hub. To access your lock remotely from your phone or with voice commands, you’ll need to sync it with a compatible smart home hub. The most common hubs for the Schlage Connect lock are Samsung SmartThings, Ring Alarm, Nexia and Wink.

Does Google Nest hub work with Schlage?

Yes. All current Schlage Sense lock models will be compatible with Google Assistant-enabled devices through the Schlage Sense Wi-Fi Adapter.

Is Schlage Connect Z-Wave or Zigbee?

Yes. Both the Schlage Connect lock with Z-Wave technology and Schlage Connect lock with Zigbee technology are compatible with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices. You will need a compatible smart home hub to pair your lock to the device.

Can I use Schlage connect without hub?

Short answer: yes! Schlage Connect Smart Deadbolt uses Z-Wave for connectivity, meaning it requires a compatible hub to connect to your Wi-Fi-based smartphone and other smart devices—for remote control.

Does Schlage encode need a Wi-Fi adapter?

With no Wi-Fi adapter, Z-Wave or Zigbee hub needed, the Schlage Encode Wi-Fi Smart Deadbolt is a simple answer to smartening your door.

Does Schlage Connect work with WiFi?

To lock and unlock your Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt from anywhere on both Android and iPhone®, add the Schlage Sense WiFi Adapter* to your home WiFi network. The WiFi adapter is a simple wall plug-in that connects to your home WiFi signal, making it easy for you to set up.

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How does Schlage Connect work?

All Schlage Connect smart locks work with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices via a compatible hub. Lock your door with a hands-free speaker like the Amazon Echo or check its locking status using the Amazon Alexa app on your smartphone. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with always knowing your home is locked and protected.

Does Schlage Connect work with iPhone?

Keep in mind that while the Schlage Sense WiFi Adapter will work with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, it does not work with Apple HomeKit and is not compatible with features like Siri or the Apple Home app.