SecurePro Review – Lockly Secure Pro Door Sensor
Having been around for 20 years, SecurePro provides full-service security solutions for homes and businesses. These solutions include video/CCTV, access control, alarm & fire prevention systems, networking, managed IT, and business IoT solutions.
Unlike other door sensors, the Lockly Secure Pro is unmoving and the motor is quiet. This makes it easy to install without making noise outside the house. The hardware feels sturdy and solid, and the touchpad is responsive.
The Lockly Secure Pro is compatible with most standard doors. Its hardware is neutral in color, and it feels solid. Its buttons are easy to clean, and they’ll stay in place without wearing out. Its motor is quiet, and it can be heard only when the motor is engaged.
The Ring Doorbell app can be used to monitor the activity of the door sensor. It can also send notifications when the door is opened or closed. Its web portal lets users control their lock with their phone, and it has a detailed history log.
The Schlage Smart Lock has four locking methods, but the keypads get dirty and don’t work as well as they once did. It also has issues with Bluetooth connectivity. It’s also missing some features, such as Alexa triggers.
Wi-Fi hub kit
Whether you are looking for a smart lock for your home or office, the Lockly Secure Pro might be the right choice. Not only will it provide a lot of security for your home, but it can also be controlled using the lock’s smartphone app.
The Lockly Secure Pro comes with a hub and a door sensor. The hub connects to your home Wi-Fi network, which in turn gives you access to the lock from anywhere. Using the app, you can set up one-time access codes and expiration dates for when they expire. In addition, you can receive push notifications when you unlock the door.
The hub also comes with a full color manual. It also works well with Alexa, the popular voice assistant. The app is surprisingly easy to use, and works with all the commands you would expect from an Alexa-compatible lock. The only downfall is that it doesn’t offer the same level of flexibility as other smart locks.