Residential & Commercial Use*
Schlage’s NDE lock with ENGAGE technology opens the door to a new level of intelligence with optimal visibility and control. You now have the ability to see exactly who has access where and when, right at your fingertips. And, you can transition from mechanical keys to electronic credentials with technology that’s easy to install, easy to manage and easy to use.
The NDE is the first from Schlage to feature a built-in door position sensor on the lock and strike plate, eliminating the time and cost to install and wire separate components. What’s more, the NDE wireless locks are compatible with most leading key systems, which means you can choose to leverage what you already have in place.
ENGAGE technology enables credential management on more doors. Interior office doors, common area doors and sensitive storage spaces – either new construction or retrofit – can now enjoy elevated security, flexibility and convenience.
- Small footprint, attractive aesthetic, affordable price point
- Improved security, control and visibility of interior openings and sensitive spaces
- More efficient way to manage openings
- Protects the integrity of master key system
- Ability to update access to openings easily and quickly
- Convenience of using building ID cards beyond the perimeter
NDE series wireless locks meet the highest industry standards for reliability and durability, including ANSI/BHMA A 156.25, ANSI/BHMA Grade 1, UL 294, UL10C, Industry Canada and FCC Part 15. They also meet ADA, RoHS, and LEED certifications.
Convenience of cloud-based web and mobile apps:
ENGAGE apps are designed to be easy and intuitive, allowing designated administrators to manage locks and credentials in just a few easy steps. For basic standalone applications, the ENGAGE apps are used to manage locks, add and delete credentials and view lock history from anywhere.
One of the many advantages of electronic access control is that credentials can be quickly assigned and revoked in the system, making them ideal for employees, contract workers, visitors and service providers.