Building on the success of the SensCheck range, the Mantis 4 multipoint door lock has been added to the growing list of products that are compatible with the integrated smart window and door lock sensors. Alongside the Mantis 4, Yale’s Lockmaster 21 door lock plus window lock ranges including the Rapide and Yale Shootbolt systems are also compatible with Yale’s SensCheck door and window sensor range. The business has developments in the pipeline for further hardware compatibility later this year.
“The Mantis 4 is the most advanced multipoint lock in our Mantis range yet,” said Paul Atkinson, Yale’s managing director. “It offers outstanding security, functionality and aesthetics, and we are pleased to announce that it is also now Yale SensCheck-compatible.”
With Yale SensCheck, homeowners are notified via the Yale Smart Living Home App if their doors are open or closed, locked or unlocked. The range has been accredited with the BSI kitemark for the Internet of Things. It is also compatible with voice partners Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
“Since its launch, we’ve seen huge interest and demand for Yale SensCheck sensors, as window and door fabricators look to add smart features into their offerings,” added Paul. “We are onboarding customers as fast as we can. There are now showrooms across the country that have been fitted out with Yale SensCheck to promote the benefits of this Secured by Design ‘Secure Connected Device’-accredited range.”
One of Yale’s partners which has undergone a showroom fit out is Portico Doors, a manufacturer of composite doors. Tony Craggs, managing director at Portico Doors, said: “We are proud to supply all our composite doors with Yale SensCheck compatibility as standard. Yale’s smart-compatible lock technology is unrivalled in the market.”