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Wed, Feb 5, 2020 6:14 AM

Multiple Smart Locks

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Il y a 3 y

You can have as many smart-locks as you'd like. Each would show up in the app differently. One would be the mudroom door the second would be front/back/side door. Each would be controlled separately from the app and have their own keypad.  The keypad is synced to each lock separately.

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That's just the answer I was hoping to 'hear', Babyrocko.  That being the case, I'll go ahead and order another one.  Thanks!

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False. When you enter your code on any pinpad it unlocks all the locks in the house which is terrible and not secure.

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On February 13th, 2020 elijah.l.elliott says:
False. When you enter your code on any pinpad it unlocks all the locks in the house which is terrible and not secure.

Because you setup your lock(s) to unlock when you disarm.  Simply turn that feature off on that lock.

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Il y a 3 y

@Babyrocko1908

Not quite unlimited! The Smart Lock and the PIN Pad take up one spot each in the sensor list. Good news is, there are 100 spots available for all of your components.

Johnny M.
SimpliSafe Home Security

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Il y a 3 y

Good thing I only have 99 doors.  :)

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Il y a 3 y

Elijah, if the locks are listed separately and you can set the behavior for each lock individually, wouldn't the following hold true?:

    Entering the code on the keypad outside the garage would unlock the side garage door and disable the alarm. The door leading into the mudroom from the garage would be set to 'Do Nothing' when the system is turned off.  Therefore, I would have to enter my code again to enter the mudroom.  The behavior settings for both locks would be to 'Lock' in home and away modes.  

Does this sound right?  I would welcome a response from SS before ordering another lock.

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Il y a 3 y

Elijah, if the locks are listed separately and you can set the behavior for each lock individually, wouldn't the following hold true?:

    Entering the code on the keypad outside the garage would unlock the side garage door and disable the alarm. The door leading into the mudroom from the garage would be set to 'Do Nothing' when the system is turned off.  Therefore, I would have to enter my code again to enter the mudroom.  The behavior settings for both locks would be to 'Lock' in home and away modes.  

Does this sound right?  I would welcome a response from SS before ordering another lock.