Kwikset Smart Locks that Work with SmartThings

If you’re looking to connect your Kwikset Smart Lock to SmartThings but are not sure if it’s compatible with the SmartThings system, keep reading.

In this post, we featured the top Kwikset Smart Locks compatible with SmartThings. We’ll also go through the features of each lock to help you choose the one that meets your needs.

If that sounds like what you’re looking for, let’s head right into it.

Kwikset Smart Locks that Work with SmartThings

1. Kwikset SmartCode 910

Kwikset Smart Locks that Work with SmartThings

The Kwikset SmartCode 910 is built with Z-Wave technology, which lets you connect the smart lock to SmartThings. That said, you’ll need a SmartThings Hub to pair the Kwikset SmartCode 910 with the SmartThings app.

More so, this smart lock is compatible with voice assistants like Alexa. This lets you control the lock with voice commands.

The Kwikset SmartCode 910 also offers a variety of entry options to ensure you never get locked out of your home. You can unlock it via your personalized access code, the physical key, or through the SmartThings app.

This lock features a brightly lit keypad. This gives you sufficient lighting to see and input codes on your keypad when you get home at night.

With the Kwikset SmartKey Technology, you can easily re-key this lock if you lose the original keys.

2. Kwikset SmartCode 914

Kwikset Smart lock compatible with SmartThings

The Kwikset SmartCode 914 also requires the SmartThings Hub (Hub v3) for integration.

This lock works well with SmartThings, and once you connect it to the SmartThings app, you can lock and unlock the smart lock from the SmartThings app remotely.

More so, the Kwikset SmartCode 914 provides you with multiple entry options. If you are coming to your home from outside, you can unlock it by entering your passcode on the keypad. You can also use the physical key to open this lock.

To unlock this lock from inside the house, you can simply push the Thumb Turn to the unlock position.

The Smart Kwikset Smartkey Technology on the Kwikset SmartCode 914 offers you additional security. If you suspect that your home is at risk of a break-in, you can change the key to your lock in a few seconds.

With 30 access codes on this smart lock, your friends and family can get temporary access to your home in your absence. These access codes can also be deleted whenever you feel the need to do so.

3. Kwikset SmartCode 916

What Kwikset Smart Lock Works with SmartThings

Just like other Kwikset smart locks, the Kwikset SmartCode 916 can only connect to Smart Things with the SmartThings Hub. Pairing this smart lock with the SmartThings app lets you lock and unlock your door directly from the app.

The Kwikset SmartCode 916 allows you to access your home without using a key. You can unlock the smart lock by typing your personalized access code on the keypad.

Kwikset SmartCode 916 also features a SecureScreen that ensures the lock only responds to your fingerprint.

Since the Kwikset SmartCode 916 is compatible with Alexa, you can control the lock using voice commands.

More so, the lock lets you program 30 user codes, which you can share with your family and friends—if you want to give them access to your home when not around. The smart lock also allows you to delete a single or all user codes whenever you want to.

More so, the lock features the Smart re-key technology that lets you rekey the lock in seconds—whenever you suspect any attacks.

What is SmartThings, and How Does It Work with Smart Locks?

SmartThings is Samsung’s automation platform for managing smart home appliances. This platform exists as an app and it’s compatible with various brands.

While all Samsung devices can be connected directly to the SmartThings App, you’ll need the SmartThings hub to pair non-Samsung smart home appliances to the SmartThings Hub. That said, the SmartThings Hub only supports Z-wave and Zigbee connectivity.

One of the smart home appliances you can connect to SmartThings is a smart lock. To connect a compatible smart lock to SmartThings, you’ll first need to purchase a SmartThings hub and connect it to the SmartThings app.

Once you’ve integrated your SmartThings Hub with the SmartThings app, you can connect your smart lock to the SmartThings platform.

How to Connect Your Kwikset Smart Smart Lock to SmartThings?

In the guide below, we’ll show you how to pair your Kwikset smart lock with SmartThings:

  • Open the SmartThings App on your phone.
  • Then tap the plus sign at the top of the screen.
  • Select Device.
  • Now, tap the By brand tab.
  • Scroll through the brands under the By Brand tab until you find Kwikset. Then select the Kwikset brand.
  • Now, you have to choose between Kwikset Z-wave and Kwikset Zigbee. Select Kwikset Z-wave to continue.
  • The next step is to select the room you want to associate with your Kwikset smart lock.
  • After choosing the room where your Kwikset smart lock will be placed, tap Next.
  • You’ll be asked to press the program button on your Kwikset smart lock. The Program button is located on the inside of the interior assembly. You’ll need to remove the interior cover to see the Program button.
  • After you press the Program button, your Kwikset smart lock should now appear in the SmartThings app. You can now change the name of the Kwikset smart lock if you want to.
  • Tap Done to complete the pairing. This should take you back to the SmartThings menu.

So that’s how to integrate your Kwikset Smart Lock with SmartThings. You can now control your lock remotely via the SmartThings app.

Wrapping Up

SmartThings offers you a platform to control all your smart home appliances from a single place. One of such appliances is a smart lock.

However, not all smart locks are compatible with SmartThings. So, in this post, we’ve featured the top Kwikset Smart Locks that work with SmartThings.

If you already own any of these locks, you won’t need to purchase a new lock. You can easily integrate it with the SmartThings system and enjoy all the benefits.

You may also like to see smart locks that work with Vivint, SimpliSafe, ADT, and Ring Alarm.