Morning Industry BQF-01P Touchpad
Deadbolt and Remote Control
Handleset Combo, Brass
It's hard enough to fumble through a dozen keys to find the one that opens your front door;
but doing so while holding your child or an armload of groceries can feel like a Herculean
task. The Touchpad Deadbolt and Remote Control Handle Combo solves this typical problem
in a number of ways.
By replacing your standard deadbolt with this door lock, you'll have the choice to unlock the
door with the press of a button on a keyfob remote that attaches to your key ring, via a
customized code that has been programmed on the keypad, activations per set of batteries.
or if you so choose, you can still use a key. The keypad can even be temporarily lit in the
dark to make punching in your secret code a breeze. This convenient lock is similar to those
found in high-security applications in office buildings and institutional facilities yet can be
easily installed at home by anyone who knows how to use a screwdriver.
It has a heavy duty, brass finish and requires no drilling and no running of power cords.
The handleset only mounts 8 5/8" (219mm) top hole to bottom hole.
You'll receive one remote control keyfob with this lock. It comes complete with anti-scan
code-hopping technology. Additional features include distinct audible tones for locking,
unlocking, jams, and low battery. Since it utilizes radio-frequency technology, you won't
even need to aim the remote at the lock for it to release the lockset. Your entire family or
small business can take advantage of the easy security of the RF Remote Door Knob, which
accepts up to 15 different remote controls, sold separately.
You set the entry codes yourself, the only people that will know the codes are the ones you
give it to. Codes can be anywhere from 2 to 8 digits. You can program as many as six
different entry codes, each of which can be added or deleted individually.
This feature makes it easy to enter temporary codes for houseguests, maids or repairmen.
Programming is a simple push-button process, and takes only minutes. And don't even think
about anyone trying to figure out your code as each unit sounds a warning alarm after four
The unit uses four AA batteries, sold separately, which provide enough power for 18,000