First, the KIN D in itself is not a lock, but a smart system
that controls the electric lock/door of your choice (that should already be
installed on your site) and there are many differences between Kindoo and
other smart locks:
Most of the smart locks work mostly on deadbolt locks only and require
changing locks. They cannot operate on sliding doors, gates, turnstiles etc…
while Kindoo can be integrated and retrofitted to any electric lock
Kindoo uses 256 bit encryption while most of the smart locks use 128 bit
Other smart locks are battery powered and require replacing batteries every
With Kindoo you can choose your physical security and decide what type of
electric lock you would like to have
While all other smart locks are bulky and visible, with Kindoo you can
choose to hide your KIN D within the door or wall making it invisible
KNX or EIB systems require a main cable installed all around the building
They require a lot of wiring for sensors and actuators
They need interoperable KNX approved products wired to a central system
In summary, KNX or EIB systems require different integrated operating devices
connected with sensors to actuators through a main cable and couplers to a
server that relays back to an interface. This type of system requires complex
wiring and is usually planned during construction phase. Kindoo can interact
with any 12 - 24 V (DC or AC) circuit without the need to change your devices
or the need to worry about the internet connectivity of your site.
The KIN D can be installed on any type of electric door, whether it is a gate,
garage door, sliding door, turnstile, boom barrier etc...
No, the KIN D can be retrofitted on any 12 - 24 V (DC or AC) electric lock.
With every Kindoo Site you create, you get 2 free users for that site
Add to your site as many KIN D devices as you need (usually the same number of electric doors or gates in your site).
Increase your site capacity and invite additional users by either purchasing permanent user seats or by subscribing to monthly user seats.