Schlage BE469

Z-Wave Touchscreen Camelot Deadbolt

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(based upon one review)

The Schlage BE469 Z-Wave Touchscreen Camelot Deadbolt is designed to replace the existing door lock for a user's front door. It enrolls with a Z-Wave controller, and it includes various features to help keep the user's home protected. Secure your property with the Schlage BE469 Z-Wave lock.
  • Z-Wave
  • Z-Wave Plus

This product has been discontinued and is no longer in stock.


The Schlage BE469 is a Z-Wave deadbolt lock that features a touchscreen for easy on-site operation. It offers various features designed to keep intruders out and prevent them from tampering with the device. Custom settings allow the user to configure the lock to best suit their needs.

As a lock, the biggest strength of the BE469 involves the features it offers to keep intruders out. A durable resistive touchscreen and its matte finish prevents fingerprints and smudges that an intruder might use to determine the passcode. The anti-pick shield protects against lock tampering, and the device is designed to be completely pick-proof. Another great feature is its built-in alarm technology which senses movement and alerts the user with audible alert if someone is trying to open the door. Users can select between three alerts - activity, tamper and forced entry - to customize their security needs. Up to 30 unique codes can be stored to give the user quick and easy access. The lock is Certified Commercial Grade 1, and it is very easy to install, with only a screwdriver being required.

Since the Schlage BE469 uses Z-Wave technology, it can pair with a Z-Wave controller for easy operation. Many security panels offer local on-site control so that a user can lock or unlock their door right from their system. But an even better feature is the ability to integrate the lock with an interactive service platform, like Total Connect 2.0 or A user can access one of these services from a web browser or mobile app and control their lock from virtually anywhere in the world. They can even use their Schlage Lock with various smart scenes to have the device activate automatically based on a schedule or with certain system events. For instance, a user might have their lock open at 3:30pm when their kids get home from school and lock automatically at 9:00pm for the night in case they forgot to lock earlier.

NOTE: Alarm Grid recommends the use of Yale Locks, Kwikset Lock or the August Smart Lock Pro over Schlage Locks!

We have experienced some connectivity issues with Schlage Locks, and we find that they don't always work best with Honeywell Alarm Systems when paired as Z-Wave devices. For that reason, a user may be better off with a Yale or Kwikset Lock. A great Z-Wave lock to choose for this purpose would be the Yale YRD216, which will offer very similar functionality and more reliable performance overall.

Brand: Schlage

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Submitted on 10/29/2019 Alarm Grid

The Schlage BE469 is a Z-Wave Plus deadbolt lock. Unfortunately, Schlage Locks like this one are known to have wonky programming issues when they are used with alarm systems. That is why we usually recommend locks from Yale or Kwikset instead. But some good aspects of this lock include its high level of security and its attractive design. All things considered, we give the Schlage BE469 a 3 Star Rating.

There are some things to like about the lock. The device features an anti-pick shield to prevent against tampering. According to our technicians, the lock is virtually impossible to be picked or defeated using low-tech means. It is BHMA Certifed Grade 1, which represents the highest possible standard. Any Z-Wave functionality aside, the Schlage BE469 provides outstanding protection and security. The lock is easy to install, as only a screwdriver is needed to complete the process. We also applaud the ability to store up to thirty (30) unique user codes, which should be enough for most applications. And we like the Aged Bronze finish for the lock in terms of design.

However, there are plenty of downsides about the Schlage BE469. We have found that Schlage Z-Wave Locks often have trouble programming with panels, especially Honeywell Panels. The actual method for programming the lock is also rather annoying. You need to tediously open up the lock and find a six (6) digit programming code. Then you have to follow a special process to put the Schlage BE469 into its programming mode. All the while, you must be putting your Z-Wave Hub into exclusion/inclusion mode. This is one of the most annoying and convoluted methods we have seen for pairing a lock.

Bottom line, we are not big fans of the Schlage BE469. But the device does have some positive aspects as well. Still, we recommend Yale or Kwikset instead.

Good: Extremely Secure, BHMA Certified Grade 1, Easy Installation, 30 User Codes, Great Design

Bad: Z-Wave Troubles, Difficult to Program

Bottom Line: 3 Stars

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