Baldwin Touchscreen




 

using the touchscreen

Convenience of Keyless with Touchscreen Security

Activating the Touchscreen

Activate the Touchscreen with the palm or the back of your hand

SecureScreen technology

SecureScreen technology provides additional security by employing random digits prior to entering your personal code to prevent fingerprint and code detection on the touchscreen surface.

 
features

Innovative Technology

Experience beautifully designed smart locks that stun on the front door and seamlessly integrate into the smart home.

  • User Codes

    Up to 16 customizable user codes (30 for Z-Wave version) with 4 to 8 digit code length for family, guests and service professionals.

  • one-touch locking

    Lock your door with a single touch. No need for a key or code to lock the door.

  • 30-second auto lock

    Activate the 30 second auto-locking feature for convenience and peace-of-mind.

Control Your Baldwin Touchscreen Deadbolt with a Smart Home Hub

Z-Wave Technology allows you to wirelessly communicate with your security and smart home systems via a simple app.

Touchscreen smart hub

Lock and Unlock From Anywhere With Your Smart Phone

Use your phone to monitor lock status, check history and remotely lock and unlock your keyless door lock.

Balwin touchscreen phone

Works with smart home technology.

Smart Things
Wink
smart home

“Alexa, lock my front door.”

Smart home screenshot

Voice Commands

Baldwin Touchscreen with Z-Wave works with Amazon Alexa when connected to SmartThings, Wink or a similar Smart Home Hub.

 

Available in 17 richly detailed, designer finishes and textures.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Difficult Is The Installation?

    The Touchscreen Deadbolt is easy to install in 15 to 20 minutes and only requires a Phillips head screw driver.
  • Which Smart Home Hubs/Controllers Can Baldwin Touchscreen Deadbolt Connect With?

    Baldwin Touchscreen Deadbolt can connect with most Z-Wave Smart Home Hubs/Controllers on the market. With the changes in technology, our engineers are always working to update the product to function with as many systems as possible.
  • What Should I Do If The Motor Sounds Like It Is Struggling To Lock Or Unlock The Deadbolt?

    This usually happens when the batteries are dying. If you have recently changed your batteries, there may be an issue with the bolt rubbing against the strike or the door's weatherstripping that is placing an additional load on the bolt and thereby draining the batteries. This requires the strike to be adjusted to ensure the deadbolt latch is operating smothly. If you continue to have an issue, please contact Baldwin Customer Service at 800-437-7448.
  • How Do I Mute The Beep Sound On The Deadbolt?

    To disable the beeping sound, uninstall the interior trim by removing the two screws, locate the switches on the electronic interior and slide switch # 3 to the down or off position.
  • What Is Auto Lock And How Do I Turn It Off?

    The 30 second auto lock feature automatically throws the bolt to the lock position 30 seconds after the deadbolt is unlocked. To disable, uninstall the interior trim by removing the two screws, locate the switches on the electronic interior and slide switch # 2 to the down or off position.
  • What Do The Door Lock Status Lights Indicate And How Can I Disable Them?

    The door indicator light on the interior trim will blink green, amber or red to indicate unlocked, locked or low battery status. To disable, uninstall the interior trim by removing the two screws, locate the switches on the electronic interior and slide switch # 1 to the down or off position.
  • How Do I Activate Or Wake-Up The Baldwin Touchscreen Deadbolt?

    Activate the Touchscreen Deadbolt with your palm or the back of your hand.
  • How Many User Codes Can Be Programmed Into The Baldwin Touchscreen Deadbolt?

    Up to 16 customizable user codes for stand alone and 30 for Z-Wave version with 4 to 8 digit code length.
  • What level of security does the Touchscreen Deadbolt provide?

    Touchscreen Deadbolt exceeds ANSI/BHMA Grade 2 security test standards.
  • How long will batteries last?

    The batteries will last one year under normal use conditions, based on the motorized deadbolt being cycled ten times a day.
  • What happens if the batteries die?

    Prior to the batteries dying, the interior LED indicator light will flash amber/red or green/red depending on lock/unlock status. In addition, the exterior keypad flashes red and the lock beeps for three seconds upon code entry to notify the user far in advance to change the batteries. When the batteries die, the codes are stored in non-volatile RAM on the RF card. The lock bolt will remain in the position it was last in. The motor will not operate. Entrance is still availabe with a key.
  • Who do I call if I have a problem with installation?

    For Touchscreen Deadbolt installation assistance, please contact Baldwin Customer Service at 800-437-7448.
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