Independent hardware supplier Total Hardware is now offering the new Yale SensCheck integrated smart window and door lock sensor.

General manager Chris Pell said: “The practical benefits of smart technology are why we are seeing continued demand across the industry. As a longstanding Yale distributor, the introduction of the Yale SensCheck presents an exciting opportunity for our customers and will help them to tap into this growing domestic interest and create valuable upselling opportunities.”

SensCheck allows the homeowner to be notified via the Yale Smart Living Home App if their doors are open or closed, locked or unlocked, and whether their windows are in the night vent position. SensCheck is also compatible with voice partners Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant enabling homeowners to ask a variety of commands to check if their window or doors are open.

The Yale SensCheck has achieved the Secured by Design ‘Secure Connected Device’ accreditation for security standards in both physical and cyber security attributes.

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