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Fully loaded multi-function lock unites Nexia(TM) Home Intelligence

with keyless entry and built-in alarm technology to create a lock like

no other CARMEL, Ind.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--January 03, 2013--

Redefining what it means to be secure, Schlage(R) , a brand of

Ingersoll Rand, unites brains and brawn in the new Touchscreen Deadbolt

lock, putting the highest grade of security at homeowners' fingertips.

The Schlage Touchscreen Deadbolt, a 2013 Electronic House Product of

the Year award winner, is a strong, innovative lock that brings

together the industry-leading home automation features of Nexia(TM)

Home Intelligence, the worry-free convenience of keyless entry, and

protection of a built-in alarm, to create a lock like no other on the

market. The multi-function lock offers keyless control using simple

access codes, so homeowners never have to worry about losing, hiding,

carrying or forgetting their house keys again.

To celebrate the launch, during the month of January Schlage will

choose 13 lucky winners to take home a new Touchscreen Deadbolt as part

of a New Year, New Lock promotion. For a chance to witness the

Touchscreen Deadbolt difference, visit the Schlage Facebook page.

Every aspect of the Touchscreen Deadbolt has been designed with

homeowners' security in mind. Backed by more than 90 years of inventive

Schlage design, the Touchscreen Deadbolt delivers an American National

Standards Institute (ANSI) grade 1 security rating, the highest

residential rating awarded on the market, as certified by Builders

Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA).

The Touchscreen Deadbolt can hold up to 30 unique access codes and is

designed to support temporary codes for homeowner convenience. Codes

can be tailored to specific days and times of the week to provide home

access only when scheduled, such as for cleaning service personnel.

Depending on the current setting, the built-in alarm technology enables

homeowners to hear instantly when someone goes in or out, tampers with

the lock or tries to break into the home.

"We call it a fully loaded lock for a reason," said Chris DeSchamp,

Schlage electronics portfolio leader. "It has the most features on the

market -- the highest security rating, a built-in alarm, plus the

ability to control it remotely -- ultimately creating a self-monitored

security system for your front door. This is our strongest lock and it

changes everything."

Keyless touchscreen control: faster, easier, more secure

The Touchscreen Deadbolt is specifically engineered to provide security

and technology that complements the needs and lifestyles of today's

homeowners. There's no need to worry about whether or not the door is

locked, as the Touchscreen Deadbolt motorized bolt automatically locks

and unlocks when a four- digit user code is entered. Its lock-and-leave

functionality requires only one touch to instantly safeguard the home.

Other features include a fingerprint-resistant touchscreen that ensures

access code numbers won't wear and become detectable after repeated

use, a slim exterior escutcheon that prevents interference with storm

doors, and an anti- pick shield that protects the lock against


Built-in alarm lock technology

Keeping families safe, the Touchscreen Deadbolt is armed with built-in

alarm technology, sensing a range of activity and alerting homeowners

with three different automated sounds for three different situations.

For example, the Activity Alert sounds when it detects that someone is

leaving or entering the house; the Tamper Alert sounds when the lock is

being disturbed; and the Forced Entry Alert sounds after identifying

significant pressure, such as a kick to the door, or a shove to the

lock by someone trying to break in.

Nexia: Control locks and more from anywhere

Tapping into the latest technology, the Touchscreen Deadbolt connects

with Nexia Home Intelligence, enabling homeowners to manage their home

security from anywhere in the world, from their smartphones or tablets.

For example, users can unlock a door from work to let a dog walker

inside, manage unique key codes and settings from the airport, or

receive text alerts if a lock is activated or an alarm is triggered

while on vacation.

With Nexia compatibility, Touchscreen Deadbolt users can also choose to

control many additional home functions through their smartphones or

tablets, including heating and cooling, video surveillance, lights,

shades and whole-home energy usage.

The Schlage Touchscreen Deadbolt will be available in mid-January for

between $199 - $229 at,, and Visit for additional outlets. The Nexia Home Bridge and standard

subscription plan are required for remote capability. The Nexia Home

Bridge and the Standard Subscription Plan ($8.99 per month) allow

consumers to add more than 200 compatible products to their systems and

connectivity with smartphone, tablet and computer devices. For more

information on Nexia Home Intelligence and service, visit

About Ingersoll Rand

Ingersoll Rand (NYSE:IR) advances the quality of life by creating and

sustaining safe, comfortable and efficient environments. Our people and

our family of brands--including Club Car(R) , Ingersoll Rand(R) ,

Schlage(R) , Thermo King(R) and Trane(R) --work together to enhance the

quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings; transport and

protect food and perishables; secure homes and commercial properties;

and increase industrial productivity and efficiency. We are a $14

billion global business committed to a world of sustainable progress

and enduring results. For more information, visit


Thursday, January 3, 2013
  The new fully loaded Schlage Touchscreen deadbolt, would work great for our backdoor entry.

Friday, January 4, 2013
Marvin Broudy:
  I think you now need a smart phone APP to connect to your new lock.

Friday, January 4, 2013
Emory Dixon:
  Looks great!!

Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Chris De:
  I couldn't tell for sure, but does this lock give me the capability of remotely LOCKING and UNLOCKING from anywhere. For ex: can I be in NYC and lock my front door in Va. I leave doors unlocked but with traveling more I want to be able to LOCK door from anywhere from my iPad or IPhone with out any assistance. Sorry little dense here but any quick help is greatly appreciated

Tuesday, January 8, 2013
  Hi Chris De,

Yes, the Schlage Touchscreen Deadbolt allows you to lock AND unlock your home from anywhere by way of Nexia Home Intelligence. If you choose to use the lock remotely via smart phone or tablet you'll want to make sure to follow the setup instructions on how to enable the Nexia Home Intelligence functionality. Let me know if you have any questions.

Here's a link to the video that shows you how to enroll the lock into Nexia Home Intelligence:

Hope that helps!

Thursday, January 10, 2013
  Unfortunately I am not able to make it to CES this year, but really like the new modern design. Also great to know that it seamlessly integrates with one's Nexia home system. Thanks!

Friday, February 1, 2013
  Great to hear you can lock remotely. That was a weak point on the previous model. We've had vacationers leave our rental unlocked in the past. I want one!