Through the setting of rules, events can be generated when the lock is turned on, and the cloud computing triggers the Skywatch camera to capture events at the same time to generate a video, so you can see the current image when the lock is opened.
You can set a temporary passcode for a period of time and provide it to temporary visitors. The passcode can be automatically activated and invalidated at a specific scheduled time.
You will receive a notification in the Skywatch View App to inform you to replace the battery when the battery is low battery. At the same time, Yale lock is designed to be able to be used in an emergency. It is designed to connect an emergency power supply from the outside, and it can be powered by a 9V battery from outside. When the lock is turned on, there is abnormal music or the indicator light flashes, which means that the battery is low, please replace the all battery. Replacement method: Open the back cover of the lock, remove the old battery and replace it with a new 1.5V battery (4 pcs).
Note: The number of lock / unlock is about 3600 times (lock / unlock 10 times/day). Replacing the battery once every six months is recommended to ensure optimal performance.
You can know the lock/unlock by passcode, the card or fingerprint on the activity and timeline page in the Skywatch View App (depending on the type of lock you choose).
The lock will alarm in the following status :
When the front body is separated from the door, the damage alarm will sound. You will also receive the notification from Skywatch View App to inform you.
After five unsuccessful attempts at entering a valid code, 3-minute Lock Out mode is activated. You can control the lock in the Skywatch View App to release it.
We do not place a limit on the number of cameras in your account, nor do we explicitly limit the number of people viewing your cameras.In general, multiple people can view the same Skywatch camera without adding additional burden to your broadband connection.
We do not place a limit on the number of cameras in your account, nor do we explicitly limit the number of people viewing your cameras.In general, multiple people can view the same Skywatch camera without adding additional burden to your broadband connection.Yes. We use 128-bit HTTPS TLS/SSL for all the communications between our server and your viewing clients. It is as safe as your online credit card transactions.The connection between the cameras and the servers are established through 256-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption, and all the video files are digitally signed so that only certified users can access their own files.Ultimately, our service is secure only if you use a safe password, and we do recommend changing your password regularly to protect your data.
Know what happened during the last 24 hours, in one convenient image tile and clip. We do the hard work of finding the salient events from your video files.