I purchased a year ago a Schlage Camelot door lock. I have it connected to Smartthings and can lock/unlock it with the push of a button. That’s cool and all, but is there a way to track the codes that are used to open the door? You can have up to 30 different codes, but what’s really the point of those codes if you’re not able to track the usage. The idea I’m going with is being able to get a notification when the door is opened and who opened it. If you can’t track the usage of the codes, then really, why have that many different codes.
Try lock-manager from
Just saw that when browsing the projects forum. Seems like a pretty big feature miss on something critical like a smart door lock.
I agree luckily the community has stepped up to filled the misses/gaps.
[BETA] LockManger 2.0rc Please READ: Before installing this, please uninstall ALL previous versions of Lock Manager and custom Device Type handlers, even garyd9’s Schlage Touchscreen handler. They will not work with 2.0. Delete EVERYTHING! I’ve provided a couple new DTH’s for Schlage and for Yale locks. These are 100% optional, as they only provide extra parameter options in settings. They do not effect the usability of the app, so using the default SmartThings DTH is 100% OK. 2.0 works even with SmartLocks App installed. You may not make changes in the SmartThings SmartLocks app, but the information in the app will be kept updated with changes made in LockManager. Changes that you do end up making in SmartLocks may be overwritten by LockManager automatically. The app now includes…
The above is in ‘beta’ , try it and it meets your needs then a beer
donation is an option but not required.
A paid version from
On popular request and slow baking for months:
Universal Enhanced Z-Wave Lock and Schlage Lock, Yale Lock, Kwikset Lock, IDLock, DanaLock, August Pro and Samsung Lock Device Handler - Version 04.00.00
Now supports integration with Smart Locks
Added support for Samsung Z-Wave locks
Fixed audio on/off tiles for Yale commercials/residential locks
Various improvements to improve code programming reliability and reporting
Schlage Lock Alarm Mode and Sensitivity Change and Monitor - Version 01.02.02
< no change >
[IMG_0882] [IMG_0883] [IMG_1326]
Please refer to the previous posts for details on 03.xx.xx releases
This Device Handler has been tested and verified and optimized on the following lock models:
Yale Z-Wave locks (Assa Abloy, YRD2xx, YRD4xx, YRL2xx, YRC2xx, B1L, T1L, Keyfree, As…
Has plenty of features and support is pretty good.
I got Ethayer’s installed. Was very easy and a great write up helped. Now just to continue to learn more about what I can do with SmartThings.
Correct link to app,
@Smartphi had linked to the Enhanced Z-Wave lock device handler that brings out additional lock capabilities/features within SmartThings to use with SmartLocks.
This one is used for User Management and Actions and is compatible with SmartLocks: