Schlage Connect BE469 CAM
Z-Wave Plus Touchscreen Deadbolt
from Camelot Collection
The fully loaded Schlage Connect! Built-in alarm with touchscreen operation and wireless ready. Enrolls into Z-Wave home automation or alarm systems for remote management and control. Traditional Camelot trim style.
Please note due to the national supply shortage this item is experiencing extended lead times. You may purchase on back order. Orders will be shipped according to when they were placed. By ordering now you ensure your place in line. Lead times may be upwards of 6 months.
For more information or ordering assistance, please call our Residential Product Specialists at 877-439-5377 ext 9005
- ANSI Grade 1 Highest Residential Security
- Camelot style trim, also available in Century trim
- Durable Resistive Touchscreen with matte finish to protect against fingerprints and smudges (can be used with gloves)
- Anti-pick shield protects against lock tampering
- Strong motorized bolt automatically locks and unlocks when a user code is entered
- Build-in Alarm Technology senses movement of the door and alerts homeowners with an audible alert
- Select between three alerts- activity, tamper or forced entry alert- and customized to meet fit your security needs
- Key Override: Bump Resistant 5-Pin Cylinder, includes 1 Backup Emergency Key (Extra keys sold separate at checkout)
- Battery life approximately 1 year, 4 AA Batteries Included
- Backset: Universally made for 2 3/8″ and 2 3/4″ preps
- Fits virtually all swing doors
- Extension kit available for thick doors
- High-speed internet connection (DSL, or cable) required for wireless remote lock, unlock, and monitoring features from a PC. Cell phones must be web-enabled
- Z-Wave Plus – Improved battery life, operation, and signal range compared to classic Z-Wave
- Lock or unlock your door from anywhere with your cell phone — Requires any Z-Wave controller. Also may be integrated into Nexia Home Security Kit, and Home Energy Kit (requires Nexia subscription)
- Schedule lock codes to be active only on certain days at specific times*
- Receive text alerts* when an alarm triggers or when specific codes are entered at the lock
*Feature dependent on platform provider
Now, with the Touchscreen Deadbolt, you have a door lock that combines all of the best security features into one keyless door lock, redefining what it means to be secure. The innovative touchscreen feature provides the convenience of going keyless. No more keys to lose, hide, carry or forget. The fingerprint-resistant touchscreen ensures numbers won’t be detectable to intruders after repeated use, safeguarding your home even more. Schlage's Touchscreen Deadbolt with Alarm combines our best security features into one door lock: Grade 1 certification, an Anti-pick shield, Built-in Alarm technology. The Touchscreen Deadbolt is also enabled to work with Nexia Home Intelligence, a home automation system that allows you to control locks, thermostats, lights, cameras and more — from wherever you and the Internet happen to be.
Benefits of Z-Wave Plus vs. Classic Z-Wave
- Latest advancements in Chip Technology
- Equipped with latest “Next Gen” hardware
- Enhanced security features
- Improved RF range +39%
- Improved battery life +30%
- Lock will be enrolled with “One Button Enrollment” feature
This is Z-Wave device that can be controlled remotely by connecting it to one of these systems.
Home Automation is a style of living. It is about always being connected to the home you love. These systems* allow you to control your connected home devices such as door locks, thermostats, lights, motion sensors, cameras, water sensors, and more, all remotely from a computer or smartphone.
*Also works with Samsung SmartThings, Wink, Iris, ADT Pulse, Alarm.com, Honeywell, HomeSeer, LG Smart Security, Staples’ Connect, Harmony by Logitech, and many more.
Strengthen your Z-Wave network with a Signal Repeater
Looking to use voice commands to lock your door with Amazon Alexa? Simply pair the Schlage Connect lock to the VeraPlus controller and then enable the Vera skill inside the Alexa app. Speak “Alexa, lock the front door” to your Amazon Echo or Dot, and Vera will throw the bolt wirelessly. Cool thing is you can then add electronic switches, Z-Wave LED bulbs, remote control outlets and other devices you can use to create groups in Alexa for automating certain routines you manually do today, like turning the lights off and locking the doors when you go to bed at night.
*Amazon, Alexa and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.
4.75 (H) x 3 (W) x 1 (D) in.
8 (H) x 3 (W) x 2 (D) in.
|Door Thickness Minimum|
1 3/8 in.
|Door Thickness Maximum|
1 3/4 in.
Front body: Weatherproof
|Outside Operating Temperature Range|
-31° to 151°F (-35° to 66°C)
|Inside Operating Temperature Range|
14°F to 120°F (-10°C to 49°C)
Standard 2 1/8 in. Cross-Bore, Edge Bore: 1 in.
|Door Stile Width|
Minimum 4 in.
Key, Keypad – Digits
Grade 1 (Best)
Built-in Alarm, Passage Mode, Remote Control, Z-Wave Plus
Ring Video Doorbell
3 Year Electronics, Limited Lifetime Mechanical and Finish
40 ft. (increase range with repeaters / mesh network)
Customer Questions & Answers
- Q My previous smart lock had an open light and closed a different light. These way from looking at ... answer nowAsked by February 7, 2022 11:21 PMonA
If you are facing the interior side of the door, the best way to see whether the door is unlocked or locked would be to look at the position of the interior knob. This model does not have any indicator lights on the interior portion.
- Q Where is the app for the Connect device? They have all the other locks listed but not the Connect answer nowAsked by September 15, 2021 8:48 PMonA
The Connect series does not have a dedicated app as this lock is designed to connect to a Z-Wave smart home hub such as Ezlo, SmartThings, Wink, or Ring Alarm. The app that you will use to control the lock will be the app with your smart home hub that the lock is connected to.
- Q We have a SCHLAGE lock connected via Vera. Can I change the app to Ring? answer nowAsked by September 9, 2021 10:15 PMonA
This lock can be paired with the Ring Alarm/base station. To do so, you will first need to exclude the lock from your current Vera hub to allow the lock to be paired with the Ring hub.
- Q Is there a manual available online? I leaned on inside button and now it beeps every time the doo... answer nowAsked by May 12, 2021 3:32 PMonA
Please see the user manual for this model using the link below!
- Q The preprogramed code was lost and now we have a door that will not lock. How do we get the code? answer nowAsked by March 8, 2021 12:50 PMonA
The preprogrammed factory default codes can be found on the original user manual that was shipped with the lock or you can locate these on a sticker that is located on the back panel of the keypad unit (the lock will need to be taken off of the door to find this).
The steps to accomplish this would depend on whether this is connected to a Z-Wave controller or not (such as Vera). If it is, you would change the code through your Z-Wave system and the changes would be sent wirelessly to the door. If you are programming the lock manually, you will want to follow the steps below to add a new code and delete the old code from the lock.
How to add a new user code:
1.) Enter your current 6-digit programming code
2.) Press the Schlage button
3.) Press 1 on your keypad
4.) Enter your new 4-digit user code
5.) Re-enter your new 4-digit user code to confirm it
How to delete an existing user code:
1.) Enter your current 6-digit programming code
2.) Press the Schlage button
3.) Press 2 on your keypad
4.) Enter your 4-digit user code you wish to delete
5.) Re-enter the 4-digit user code to confirm it
- Q If there no WIFI at the home due to a total Renovation. Could I unlock and lock the door from work? answer nowAsked by February 7, 2021 11:06 AMonA
For remote connectivity (programming, unlock/lock, etc.), you will need an active internet connection (wired or Wi-Fi) to be able to connect to the lock.
- Q Where are the programming codes labeled if you bought a house with this keyless entry but wasn't ... answer nowAsked by February 6, 2021 4:36 PMonA
The default programming codes are located on a sticker that is on the back panel of the keypad unit. The lock will need to be removed from the door to find this sticker.