What Smart Locks Work With SimpliSafe

What Smart Locks Work With SimpliSafe? (2022 Updated)

SimpliSafe is a home security system that uses wireless sensors and a base station to monitor your home for intrusions. The SimpliSafe app allows you to arm, disarm and control your SimpliSafe system from your phone.

The two primary components of the SimpliSafe system are the base station and wireless door/window sensors that you place around your home. If an intruder breaks into your house while you’re away, these sensors will send a signal to the base station, which will call up to five emergency contacts on their phones as well as alerting the police.

SimpliSafe has its own smart locks that work with its security system. Other then that only August Smart Locks are the ones currently compatible with SimpliSafe. Those are August Smart Lock Pro, August Wi-Fi Smart Lock, and August Smart Lock 3rd Generation.

Top Picks for Smart Locks Compatible with SimpliSafe

1. August Wi-Fi Smart Lock (4th Generation)

The August Wi-Fi Smart Lock uses Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Z-Wave technology to communicate with your phone and unlock the door automatically. You can also create virtual keys for friends and family members, monitor activity and view history reports.

The August Smart Lock uses a motorized bolt to lock the door in place, providing enhanced security compared to traditional deadbolts. If a thief tries to force the door open without using the key, it will not budge.

With this smart lock you can use an app on your phone or computer (Windows or Mac) to unlock your door from anywhere in the world. You can also send digital keys to friends and family members so they can access your home when you’re not there. The August Smart Lock allows you to set up geofences so that it will automatically lock when you leave home or unlock when you return home.

2. SimpliSafe Smart Lock Compatible with SimpliSafe

SimpliSafe Smart Lock is an integrated system that combines SimpliSafe’s popular wireless home security system with a smart lock. The device works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so you can control it with voice commands or use a smartphone app to manage access for family members and guests.

SimpliSafe Smart Lock is a smart lock that can be controlled from anywhere, with the SimpliSafe App. This lock works with all types of deadbolts and deadbolts with a single cylinder. SimpliSafe Smart Lock allows you to lock or unlock your door using a PIN code or by using your voice. The app also gives you access to the live video feed of your front door camera so you can always see who is at your door.

3. August Smart Lock

August Smart Lock with Connect Wi-Fi Bridge is a smart lock that allows you to lock and unlock your door remotely. It has a built-in algorithm that automatically unlocks the door when it senses you’re approaching. You can also use the August app to send temporary codes (or “keys”) to friends and family members so they can get into your home. The August Smart Lock also comes with a free trial of Amazon Key, which gives delivery drivers access to your house when you’re not there.

The keypad on top of the August Smart Lock uses a simple pin code for entry, which means no more fumbling around with keys or trying to remember if you locked your front door. This smart lock can be used on any deadbolt with up to 3 inches of clearance between the inside edge of the door and the jamb (where it meets the frame). It’s compatible with Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Samsung SmartThings and IFTTT.

4. August Smart Lock Pro (3rd Generation)

The August Smart Lock Pro is compatible with SimpliSafe but it requires a hub to integrate it rather than Wi-Fi. It is WiFi-enabled deadbolt that lets you remotely lock, unlock and monitor your doors from anywhere. The third-generation smart lock is compatible with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. The August app lets you create virtual keys for friends and family members to access your home.

The smart lock features a touchscreen keypad that lets you enter a code to unlock the door without needing your smartphone. It works with a wide range of locks and is available in black or silver colors. As long as you have an internet connection, you’ll be able to get notifications when someone unlocks or locks the door with their own device or key fob.

In addition to being able to see who’s at the door on your phone, you can also set up geofencing so that when someone enters or exits the property, they’ll get a push notification letting them know which door was unlocked or locked by who.

How Does SimpliSafe Work With Door Locks?

SimpliSafe’s keypad door lock integrates with the company’s alarm systems to let you control who can enter your home. This can be useful if you have children or pets at home and want to be able to keep them safe at night. Once you have connected your SimpliSafe system to a Z-Wave hub, it can also trigger other devices in your home when the alarm goes off.

The keypad door lock works like any other deadbolt on your door — once the deadbolt is unlocked, you can push open the door and walk through freely. You’ll also be able to close the door behind you automatically when you leave via the app or keypad.

How to Integrate SimpliSafe Smart Lock with The SimpliSafe System?

Connecting SimpliSafe Smart Lock with its security system only takes a little time. Here is how it goes:

  1. Make sure that the lock is installed correctly on your door.
  2. Using the lock’s keypad, go to the menu and navigate to Devices option.
  3. Next, select Add Device option and scroll down to locks and select your SimpliSafe lock.
  4. The system will ask you the question—have you installed the lock on your door? Click Yes. Obviously, you have to ensure your lock is installed before integration.
  5. Press the button behind the lock’s battery plate. Afterwards wait for the Base Station to confirm that the lock has been added.
  6. Follow other instructions on your lock’s keypad to conclude the process.


So that would be it for this article.

SimpliSafe smart locks along with the three August Smart Locks are the ones that works best with the SimpliSafe system. Perhaps in the future other smart locks may also get compatible with the SimpliSafe System.

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