Danalock V3 FAQ

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Before buying

Want to know more about the Danalock products before buying them? Perhaps information about what doors it fits, what kind of smart home systems it supports, and what the differences are between the Danalock variants. Read more below.

Is my phone compatible with the Danalock app?

Most standard smartphones today are compatible with the Danalock apps.
Your phone would need to:

  • have Bluetooth turned on
  • have location services turned on for specific features
  • have a data connection, mobile data, or WIFI
  • be running the minimum OS version as stated below

Minimum OS version on iOS devices:

The Danalock Classic app is compatible with all iPhones and iPads running iOS 13.7 and up.

The Danalock app is compatible with all iPhones and iPads running iOS 16.4 and up.

Minimum OS version on Android Devices:

The Danalock Classic app and Danalock app are compatible with all Android phones and tablets, running Android OS version 9.0 and up.

When getting a new phone

If you buy a new smartphone, just download the Danalock app in the Google Play store or Apple App store, and log in with your existing user profile.

Follow the permission request shown when opening the app and you are good to go.

You don't need to enroll the devices again.

Which smart home systems are compatible with Danalock V3?

The Danalock V3 comes in 3 smart home versions:

  • Z-Wave
  • Zigbee
  • Apple HomeKit

The Z-Wave and Zigbee versions are compatible with all the smart home hubs that support our lock.

These are some of them - but not all - ask your hub/gateway provider to be sure:

  • Athom Homey, Homey Pro, Homey Bridge
  • Smartthings V3 / Aeotec Smart Home Hub
  • Fibaro Homecenter 2, 3, and light versions.
  • Hubitat
  • Jeedom Hub
  • Home Assistant with Z-wave JS UI, Zigbee2MQTT, or ZHA
  • Alarm.com platforms (Z-wave)
  • Amazon Echo w. build-in Zigbee hub
  • and more


Z-wave or Zigbee?

When buying your Danalock, please make sure that you buy the version that supports your Smart Home Hub.

Z-wave and Zigbee are two different technologies.

V3-BTZE, V3-BTZU, V3-BTZH are all Z-wave locks.
V3-BTZB and V3-BTZBE are both Zigbee locks.

Apple HomeKit

The Apple HomeKit lock will only work on Apple HomeKit setups.
Also, be aware that no Android phones will work with the HomeKit model of the Danalock.

Airbnb (temporarily unavailable)

We are currently working on reimplementing the Airbnb feature. We can't say when this will be released.

IFTTT

The service IFTTT is not possible to use with the Danalock Danabridge at the moment. We hope to bring that service back to you at a later time.

What are the differences between the Danalock V3 variants?

Danalock V3 is available in four variants: 

  • Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth with Zigbee (V3-BTZB or V3-BTZBE)
  • Bluetooth with Z-wave
  • HomeKit (Only)

You can compare the different Danalock V3 smart lock variants here

HomeKit

Please note that the Danalock HomeKit does not support the Danapad and Danabridge accessories.
Nor can you invite guests through the Danalock app, but must use the Home app.

Does the Danalock V3 fit my door?

The Danalock is made to fit standard doors worldwide.

The four most common types of cylinders are:

  1. Scandi cylinders
  2. ASSA 2000
  3. Euro cylinders
  4. Deadbolt cylinders (US primarily)

Our mounting guide gives a clear picture of all four. Click here.

On the US market, most mortise locks are not supported.

If you are unsure whether the Danalock will fit your door, download and print a template of the Danalock mounting plates. If the screw holes on one of them match your door, the Danalock will fit. Please note: the template must be printed at 100% scale.

Euro cylinders

For Euro cylinders, you will need to have a cylinder with a tailpiece mounted. This type of cylinder can be bought separately.

See our mounting guide for further information.

Scandi and ASSA 2000 cylinders

Most Scandi and ASSA 2000 cylinders with a thump turn on the inside, already has a tailpiece installed - but in some cases the tailpiece needs to be replaced.
A replacement is included in the Scandi versions of our Danalock.

If you use a key on the inside, you can in most cases simply replace the inside cylinder with the tailpiece in the box.

Need more help?

For more information, feel free to contact your local Danalock reseller or our Support department. We're here to help.
Please include pictures of your door from both inside and outside.

Installation

You'll find here typically asked questions about the installation of the Danalock locks and accessory devices.

How do I connect my Danalock to a Z-wave/Zigbee gateway and Bluetooth at the same time?

A dual-mode lock like our Z-wave and Zigbee locks, can either be used with only the smarthome solution, only the Bluetooth option (Danalock app) or both.

But it matters in which order you set it up!

The order is always:

  1. Bluetooth first
  2. Z-wave/Zigbee second

If you have included the lock on your hub/gateway first, and you want to include it in the Danalock app (Bluetooth), you will need to remove it from your hub/gateway first so that Bluetooth will be discoverable again. Then add the lock to the Danalock app and finish by including the lock on the hub/gateway again.

How to exclude a Z-wave lock

To exclude a Z-wave lock, you will need to set your hub/gateway in exclusion mode (Refer to your hub/gateway manual).
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole on the lock - it will start flashing green.

In some cases, you need to be close to the hub for the exclusion to go smoothly.

How to exclude a Zigbee lock

To exclude a Zigbee lock (Firmware 0.17.x or never) you can simply give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole on the lock.
The lock will flash green a few times and then one red flash to confirm exclusion.

Remember to delete the lock manually on your hub/gateway also.

How to include on Z-wave/Zigbee

Set your gateway or hub in inclusion mode first.
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole to set the lock in inclusion mode.
Inclusion will begin. It may take some time, so please be patient.

For Z-wave, the lock will flash green for up to 30 seconds. Be patient - even up to 30 seconds after the flashing stops the hub can still be working on the inclusion. So wait for it.

For Zigbee, the lock will flash green for 4 or 30 seconds depending on the version of Zigbee lock (BTZBE / BTZB) - then it will flash white for up to 2 minutes.
Please be patient - some hubs/bridges take time to finish the process even after the flashing on the lock has stopped. If the process doesn't work the first time, please give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole and try the process again.

Don’t want to use Bluetooth?

You can include the lock only on your hub/gateway. When doing so the lock will stop broadcasting Bluetooth for security reasons - so no one can highjack the lock using a Danalock app.

I have moved into a house/apartment with a Danalock. How do I claim ownership of the lock, pad or bridge?

You have moved into a home with a Danalock mounted on the door.

We highly recommend that you claim ownership of all the Danalock devices by enrolling the devices on your own account. We don't recommend being invited by the previous owner, as they would then have access to your home.

Also make sure that the previous owner removed the lock from any Zigbee or Z-wave hub, if applicable.

Claim ownership of devices:

  1. Start by downloading the Danalock app on your mobile device and create an account in the app.
  2. If you can see the devices when adding new devices in the app then you are good. If not, then continue to the next step.
  3. Contact the original owner to get the Danalock devices released from the current account.
  1. Note, the procedure is the same for Danapad and Danabridge.

If the owner of the Danalock is unable to release it, he/she can contact support@danalock.com and request the release.

IMPORTANT! The request should be sent from the email address used as the username for the current account holding the devices.

Once the device has been released from the current account you should be able to add them into the new account.

How do I install my Danalock?

Your Danalock was engineered for easy installation.

Scandinavian doors will normally require you to replace the inside thumb turn or key cylinder with a mounting plate and then simply attach the Danalock to that plate.

On Deadbolt US doors you will in most cases only have to replace the inside setup with the mounting plate and then attach the Danalock to that plate. US Mortise doors are currently not supported unless it is the EURO version.

On doors with Euro cylinders - most commonly found in Europe, some in Canada and the US, you will in some cases have to replace the cylinder with a compatible model that will work with Danalock. Normally you will find this cylinder where you buy the Danalock. In some cases, you could also mount a Salto Danalock key turner if you have a key on the inside - but in this case, we recommend only doing so if you have another way into the building or if the EURO cylinder is a double-clutched model where keys from both sides can be operated together.

You can find much more information about the mounting of the Danalock in our video guides and installation manuals.

Account Management

How to accept an invitation

When a Danalock owner sends you an invite to a lock, you will receive an e-mail from Danalock or a message directly from the owner.

If you are new to Danalock, open the link you received in order to create a new account and accept the invitation.

If you are an existing Danalock user, you can accept the invitation directly in the Danalock app, but only if the owner invited you via your Danalock account e-mail. If not, simply follow the link you received, but sign in with your existing Danalock account and then accept the invitation.

See full guides down below

How do I remove the Danalock devices from my account

We recommend removing the devices through the Danalock app when in Bluetooth range.

Removing devices through the Danalock App:

Go to settings for each devices and look for the delete/remove option.

You might also want to factory reset the Danalock and Danabridge. Follow this guide to do so.

Removing devices through my.danalock.com:

If you for some reason are not able to reach the devices through the Danalock app you can remove the lock from your account through the Danalock web app my.danalock.com

This is only possible for the Danalock V3 lock and Universal Module V3. It is not possible with the accessory devices (Danapad and Danabridge)

To have accessory devices removed when not in range, please reach out to our support, and please remember to include pictures of the serial numbers of the devices.

Delete Danalock Account

If you no longer need your Danalock account you can request to have your account deleted.

There are 2 ways to delete your account.

  1. If you use the Danalock app, find the option under "My account"
    See the guide down below.
  2. If you use the Danalock Classic app you will have to contact our support and request your account to be deleted. Please write to us from the e-mail registered to your Danalock account.

 

Request delete account from the Danalock App 

This guide only applies to the Danalock app - not the Danalock Classic app.

Go to "Menu"

Delete account 1

Tab on "My Account"

Delete account 2

Tab on "Request Account Deletion"

Delete account 3

Be aware that if you are the account owner all locks and accessory devices on your account will also be delete and now users that has access to your locks will be able to operate them anymore.

If you still want to delete your Danalock account, then tap on "Send request"

Delete account 4

We will handle your request as quickly as possible and if we have any questions we will reach out to you on the e-mail that your Danalock account is registered on.

You can help the process by removing any accessory devices and locks from your account, as this will prompt us to simply delete the account without getting in touch with you.

If needed, you can manually remove your locks from your account on https://my.danalock.com

Delete account 5

How do I invite guests?

Applies to: Danalock V3 BT, BTx

To invite users you have a few options:

  1. The Danalock Classic app if you are using that one
  2. The web app my.danalock.com

You can invite users to operate your locks by either inviting them from your Danalock Classic app or from my.Danalock.com using a computer or tablet.

This does not apply for Danalock HomeKit, unless you have updated your HomeKit lock to firmware version 2.x or higher and have enrolled the lock on a Danalock account through the Danalock apps. If your lock is only used in HomeKit, you will need to invite through the Home app as you would for any other HomeKit device.

Danalock Classic app

In the Danalock Classic app, navigate to the Danalock smart lock you want to invite guests to and press "Users"

Danalock Web App - my.danalock.com
This option is currently the option for the new Danalock app.

Sign in with your account onhttps://my.danalock.com.

From there go to "Invite user" in the top right corner.

 

The option "Create user" is for more advanced access and would not be used for normal locking and unlocking. You can read more about "Create user" in our "mydanalock guide.

You can also take a look at this video about our web app - My.danalock.com - Invite guests

You can choose between three types of access:

  • Permanent
  • Temporary
  • Recurring (available only from my.danalock.com)

We have written about inviting guests and the flow of inviting in our "Danalock basic app guide" and "Danalock invitation flow guide".

For more detail on the invite flow through my.danalock.com please take a look at our "mydanalock guide"

Danabridge: Allow guest users to operate lock remotely

If your lock is bridged you can grant guest users remote access to your lock.
Meaning, that the guest can operate the lock remotely.

This could be a partner or a holiday guest.

All you need to do is to sign in to my.danalock.com > follow the matrix to where the user and the lock intersect and click > turn on "Allow remote operations".

Now the guest user can lock/unlock the lock remotely.

If you have only set up pin codes for the guest, this feature is not an option.

Trouble Shooting

Danalock stuck with purple/red LED

danalock_purple_led_circle
Danalock flashing red
Universal Module V3

If your lock is showing a constant purple or red light it means that your lock is stuck in firmware update mode.

For the Universal module you will find the LED inside the box - look from behind next to the unused connector.

Get help by pressing the button below.

End of support – Twist Assist

After careful consideration and dedicated efforts to improve our Danalock V3 product range, we have discontinued support for the Twist Assist functionality.

This change is found in the following app versions:

  • Danalock Classic App version 3.20.0 (for iOS) and version 2.13.0 (for Android).
  • In Danalock (New released app) version 0.17.0 (for iOS) and version 0.15.2 (for Android).

The change will also be in the following firmware versions:

  • Standard BT locks - Firmware 0.22.x and up.
  • HomeKit lock firmware 2.7.5 and up.

This feature, although initially introduced to provide additional convenience and ease of use, has had very low adoption among our users. However, for those users who value this feature, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Rest assured that our commitment to providing exceptional products and security remains unwavering.

While we regret the discontinuation of the Twist Assist functionality, we want to emphasize that our products will continue to receive regular updates and improvements.

Question:
Can the firmware be downgraded to an earlier version
Answer:
No, this is not possible.

Question: 
Are there other alternatives?
Answer:
If your lock supports the smart home protocols of Zigbee or Z-wave you could try exploring that option for automating the lock further. Lock model V3-BT does not have smart home protocols, lock models V3-BT-Zx is either Zigbee or Z-wave, and together with a Smart Hub you can control the lock through a Smart button or a Smart keychain button (FOB).

There is always the option to operate the lock through the Danalock app.

Danabridge stuck with purple LED

danabridge_purple_circle

If your Danabridge is showing a constant orange light it means that your Danabridge is stuck in firmware update mode.

Get help by pressing the button below.

Danapad stuck with orange LED

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If your Danapad is showing a constant orange light it means that your Danapad is stuck in firmware update mode.

Get help by pressing the button below.

I can’t connect my Danapad V3 to my Danalock V3

If you cannot connect/pair your Danapad V3 to your Danalock V3, then you need to make sure that your Danalock V3 lock and the Danalock V3 Danapad have the latest firmware installed.

Go to the device setting of each device and look for Firmware - make sure you have the latest firmware installed.

Once both have been updated try pairing them again.

If the issue is not pairing but that you can't enroll the Danapad on your account then check the batteries - the Danapad should light up when you press the buttons.

If you still can't enroll the Danapad maybe the Danapad is on another account already. Remove it from that account (if you have access) or as a last resort contact the support to have us check it on our servers.
Send us a picture of the serial number inside the battery cover of the Danapad.

What do I do if my Danalock V3 indicates that it already has an owner?
Or if I can’t find the lock when trying to add it?

Please check the following:

  1. Is your lock a Zigbee or Z-wave version?
    Look for the model names V3-BT-Zx (e.g. V3-BT-ZE)
    The lock is not visible when already included on a smart home hub.
    Get more info here.
  2. If the previous owner did not remove the lock from their account you will not be able to see it. Please have them check this is not the case.
    You can find more information about this here.
  3. Please check that the batteries are not drained - remove a battery and insert it again - if there is power left in the batteries the lock will light up white on the LED.

If the above doesn't help you, then please contact Support with the following information:

  • Your username
  • Proof of purchase if possible
  • The Danalock S/N number (The S/N number can be found inside the battery cover). Please provide a picture of it.

Our Support Team will confirm your ownership and reset the lock.

I have moved into a house/apartment with a Danalock. How do I claim ownership of the lock, pad or bridge?

You have moved into a home with a Danalock mounted on the door.

We highly recommend that you claim ownership of all the Danalock devices by enrolling the devices on your own account. We don't recommend being invited by the previous owner, as they would then have access to your home.

Also make sure that the previous owner removed the lock from any Zigbee or Z-wave hub, if applicable.

Claim ownership of devices:

  1. Start by downloading the Danalock app on your mobile device and create an account in the app.
  2. If you can see the devices when adding new devices in the app then you are good. If not, then continue to the next step.
  3. Contact the original owner to get the Danalock devices released from the current account.
  1. Note, the procedure is the same for Danapad and Danabridge.

If the owner of the Danalock is unable to release it, he/she can contact support@danalock.com and request the release.

IMPORTANT! The request should be sent from the email address used as the username for the current account holding the devices.

Once the device has been released from the current account you should be able to add them into the new account.

What do I do if I have lost my Bluetooth connection?

If your phone can’t connect to your lock via Bluetooth, try closing the app, turning off Bluetooth on your phone, and waiting for 10 seconds before turning it back on. Now restart the Danalock app and try to connect again.

If your phone still can’t connect to your lock, try turning off Bluetooth and restarting your phone.
When your phone boots up, activate Bluetooth again and open the Danalock app.

I have reset my lock – why can’t I add it again?

Applies to: Danalock V3

What happens when you reset your lock (10 clicks)

When resetting the lock with 10 clicks, it clears the lock settings e.g. Hold back latch, pin codes, etc., but the lock is not removed from the Danalock account.

On Z-wave and HomeKit locks the connection to the smart home setup will also be removed. Does not apply to Zigbee locks.

Sold my lock / purchased a used lock

When a lock changes owner the lock needs to be deleted from the account. Resetting the lock with 10 clicks is not enough.
The previous owner needs to go to my.danalock.com and delete the lock from there, or from the Danalock app if the owner is in Bluetooth range.

Lock included on a smart home setup

A lock that is added to a smart home system with Z-wave or Zigbee, will no longer show up when trying to add the lock through Bluetooth in the app.
The lock needs to be removed from the smart home system before the lock can be added again.

Please follow this guide for more help.

Danalock Devices

Install and setup Danalock, Danapad, and Danabridge

Lock settings

Danalock V3 locks

End of support – Twist Assist

After careful consideration and dedicated efforts to improve our Danalock V3 product range, we have discontinued support for the Twist Assist functionality.

This change is found in the following app versions:

  • Danalock Classic App version 3.20.0 (for iOS) and version 2.13.0 (for Android).
  • In Danalock (New released app) version 0.17.0 (for iOS) and version 0.15.2 (for Android).

The change will also be in the following firmware versions:

  • Standard BT locks - Firmware 0.22.x and up.
  • HomeKit lock firmware 2.7.5 and up.

This feature, although initially introduced to provide additional convenience and ease of use, has had very low adoption among our users. However, for those users who value this feature, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Rest assured that our commitment to providing exceptional products and security remains unwavering.

While we regret the discontinuation of the Twist Assist functionality, we want to emphasize that our products will continue to receive regular updates and improvements.

Question:
Can the firmware be downgraded to an earlier version
Answer:
No, this is not possible.

Question: 
Are there other alternatives?
Answer:
If your lock supports the smart home protocols of Zigbee or Z-wave you could try exploring that option for automating the lock further. Lock model V3-BT does not have smart home protocols, lock models V3-BT-Zx is either Zigbee or Z-wave, and together with a Smart Hub you can control the lock through a Smart button or a Smart keychain button (FOB).

There is always the option to operate the lock through the Danalock app.

How to Calibrate your Danalock (New method – March 2024)

Danalock V3

New Calibrations Methods

The new calibration methods are supported in lock firmware version 0.23.14 released on March the 4th 2024.

These new methods introduce our 4 and 5-point calibration, giving your lock a more accurate calibration.

Danalock V3 locks

Calibrate using the Danalock V3 Apps (recommended)

We recommend that you do the calibration through our Danalock V3 app, where you will be guided from start to finish.

The Danalock Classic app does not support the new calibration methods.

Danalock V3 app Android

Calibrate using Click Commands

If you are not using the Danalock V3 app, you can also use Click Commands to calibrate your lock.

With these, you can run the fully manual calibration or the semi-automatic calibration by clicking the button in the pinhole on top of the lock 2 or 3 times.

Find a list of Click Commands here

Click command button

4 and 5-point calibration explained

Whether you need to use the 4 or 5 points calibration depends on which type of lock case you have.

Locks that include a retractable latch, especially where the unlocking with the thumb turn retracts the latch, will make use of the 5-point calibration precisely positioning the Danalock at the point where the latch is fully out.

Locks without the retractable latch will make use of the 4-point calibration.

Latch

Video Guides

Watch our video guides about the new 4- and 5-point calibration here or on our youtube channel.

Introduction to the new calibration methods.

Semi-Automatic Calibration - Click Commands - Hold Back latch Enabled

New Calibration Method | Danalock V3 Apps

Manual Calibration - Click Commands - Hold Back latch Enabled

Semi-Automatic Calibration - Click Commands - No Hold Back Latch

Manual Calibration - Click Commands - No Hold Back Latch

What is the “Hold back Latch” feature?

The "Hold back latch" feature is made for doors with a retracting latch and no handle on the outside.

By activating the Hold-back-Latch feature, the Danalock can retract and hold the latch for an amount of second in order to let you push the door open. You can configure it to hold for up to 180 seconds.

Auto Lock and Hold Back latch together:

When setting both the Hold Back Latch and the Auto lock, you'll need to set the Auto Lock delay longer than the Hold Back Latch.

Click command buttonHomeKit: If you have a Danalock V3 HomeKit version, you activate the feature by means of 4 clicks with a paperclip on top of the lock in the small hole. Choose between five and 15 seconds.

Find the Click commands for your lock on this link.

What is the “Auto Lock” feature?

The "Auto Lock" feature can help you remember to lock the door after every unlock. It even works when you manually unlock.

You simply set the amount of time delay you want parse after the door was unlocked and the door will lock.

Hold Back latch and Auto Lock together :

When setting both the Hold Back Latch and the Auto lock, you'll need to set the Auto Lock delay longer than the Hold Back Latch.

Click command buttonHomeKit: If you have a Danalock V3 HomeKit version, you activate the feature by means of 5 clicks with a paperclip on top of the lock in the small hole. Choose between 15 and 60 seconds.

Find out how on this link.

What is the “End to end Operation” feature?

The "End to end Operation" feature is for door locks where an operation with the key on the outside does not make the thumb turn or Danalock move along with the key turn on the inside. This means that the Danalock doesn't change status when you use the key to unlock.

By activating the End to end operation feature and calibrating the lock, we make sure that the Danalock operates the lock in the direction you asked for regardless of the status of the lock. (Locked/Unlocked). On every unlock with the app or Danapad, the lock will reset to the correct status and set the correct calibration ones again.

HomeKit:
On the Danalock V3 HomeKit, activate this feature by giving 6 clicks with a paperclip in the small hole on top of the lock.

See a list of all click commands here.

Note:
In the Danalock Classic app for Android, turning on this feature will result in the status (Locked or unlocked) of the app being deactivated. Switch to the new Danalock app for updated functionality.

Switching from the Danalock Classic app to the New Danalock app:

When switching from the Danalock Classic app to the new app, we recommend that you go into the lock setting and deactivate the End to end operations and activate it again. We also recommend that you do a new calibration. We do this to activate a new feature where the lock always will set the correct status ones the lock is unlocked.

Auto Unlock tips and tricks

My Danalock will not auto unlock.

If your Danalock doesn’t unlock when you enter the Auto Unlock Zone, please check the following.

  • In the Danalock app, ensure that Auto Unlock functionality is turned on and that the Auto Unlock Zone is correctly located.
  • On Android phones, try calibrating your GPS - this is in most phones done in the Google Maps app.
  • On Android phones: If you just updated your phone with the latest OS the auto unlock feature may deactivate. Go into the app and reactivate auto unlock and check that phone permissions are set correctly (see below).

The tips and tricks below can help with issues with the Auto Unlock feature:

Battery optimization:

On some Android phones, especially Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, and OnePlus, battery optimization can affect the Auto Unlock feature. We suggest turning off battery optimization for the Danalock app.

On iPhones the background tasks will be limited if the phone goes into battery-saving mode due to low battery - this will also affect the auto-unlock feature.

Location Permission:
On both Android and iOS devices - make sure that the app has location permission set to "Always allow".

Android devices
On Android devices, you normally go to the "settings" and look for "Apps".
In the list of apps, scroll down to and select the Danalock app.
Look for "Permissions" or similar and set the location permission to "Always/Allow all the time " or similar.

iOS devices
On iOS devices, go to "settings", scroll down to and select the Danalock app, go to "Location" and make sure that "Allow location access" is set to "Always". Also, make sure that "Precise Location" is turned on.

Auto-start on Android

On Android 11 and up, Auto-start is an option in the phone's app settings for the Danalock app - please turn that on.

Android removes permissions automatically

On most Android phones today, the phone removes the app's permissions if the app isn't used for a couple of months - meaning if the app is not opened!
The setting can be found for every individual app inside the Permissions tab under the app's settings. We recommend you turn this feature off.

Still having issues?

If Auto Unlock still doesn’t function as wanted, please be aware that poor location reception may affect the reliability of geofence functionalities. In some cases, turning on WI-FI will improve location accuracy and strengthen the reliability of the Auto Unlock function. And please always remember to have mobile data turned on, as the service for location on the phone needs this.

If you need more help on finding the permissions and battery settings on your Android phone, we can refer you to the app called "DontKillMyApp". This app could help finding the setting on your specific phone. (Only for Android). Use this app at your own discretion! We take no responsibility for functions of that app.

How do I set up Auto Unlock?

There are two ways to have your door automatically unlock when you arrive home.

  1. Through the Auto Unlock feature in the Danalock App
  2. Through your Smart Home hub setup.
    - Z-wave, Zigbee, HomeKit

The Danalock App

The Danalock app on your Android or iOS device, can do the unlocking for you.

The Auto Unlock feature uses GPS to detect your arrival and automatically unlocks the door for you when you arrive home.

The Danalock can be set from a 200-meter and up to a 2000-meter radius zone for auto unlocking (Depending on the phone brand).

When you enter the Auto unlock zone, the Danalock app will start looking for the lock.

Once the Danalock app has unlocked your door, it will not unlock it again, until you have left and reentered the Auto Unlock Zone.
This is to avoid accidental unlocking while you are home.

Please note that the Danalock app Auto unlock feature does not apply for the HomeKit version of our lock. Look further down in the section about Smart Home setups and also read our comparison of versions on our product page.

Setting up Auto Unlock in the apps:

Ensure that GPS/ location functionality on your phone is turned on and that you are within range of your Danalock.

In the Danalock app, navigate to the lock you want to unlock automatically and select “Device/Settings”.

Choose the Auto Unlock option, and slide to activate. Once the GPS has located your position, select “Save”. The purple area on the map is your Auto Unlock Zone.

You can adjust the geofence radius and activate or deactivate notifications for entering/exiting Auto Unlock Zone.
When you leave this zone and enter it again, the Danalock app will search for your Danalock and unlock it.

If you experience issues with this feature please be aware that especially some Android brands tend to kill background services more than others.
We make use of the phone's built-in location functions and can't guarantee that this feature will work consistently on your phone.

Smart Home hubs and auto unlocking

Some Smart home setups, like HomeKit, Homey, Fibaro, Hubitat, Smartthings and more can through their services do similar auto unlocking when you arrive home.

In order to set this up you will need to follow the guides from your smart home manufacturer.

How do I set pin codes on my Danalock V3

Danapad pin codes can be set either through the app when you are standing next to the lock and Danapad or you can set pin codes remotely via My.Danalock.com when the lock is connected with the Danabridge.

NB: Some Z-wave hubs like the Atom Homey and Home Assistant can also set pin codes remotely.

Time zone needs to be set on lock

First, make sure that the time zone is set on the lock.
You will do that by pressing "Time zone" in the lock setting under "Settings + Lock Info"
Please do it even though it looks like the zone is set - just to be sure.

The Danalock App

In the menu in the Danalock app, you will find "My accessory devices". There you will see your Danapad - choose that. Then find "Pin codes" From here you can set and remove pin codes on the lock.

You can add a permanent pin code, a temporary pin code, or a recurring pin code.

In the Danalock app, you can't set pin codes remotely.

My.danalock.com

The Danabridge V3 creates a connection between the Danalock and My.Danalock.com. Without Danabridge V3 you cannot use My.Danalock.com to manage pin codes remotely.

Pin codes can be set by the domain owner and created administrators.

Find the lock in the dashboard and look for "Pin codes"

Read more in the guide

View video guide on how to set pin codes remotely.

Please note, that for now, it is not possible to give your pin codes alias names. It is on our list for future development - time estimate unknown.

Smart home hubs

Some smart home hubs support pushing pin codes to the Danalock - please refer to the manufactures guides for more information.

Lock Maintenance

Danalock V3 locks

How do I remove the Danalock devices from my account

We recommend removing the devices through the Danalock app when in Bluetooth range.

Removing devices through the Danalock App:

Go to settings for each devices and look for the delete/remove option.

You might also want to factory reset the Danalock and Danabridge. Follow this guide to do so.

Removing devices through my.danalock.com:

If you for some reason are not able to reach the devices through the Danalock app you can remove the lock from your account through the Danalock web app my.danalock.com

This is only possible for the Danalock V3 lock and Universal Module V3. It is not possible with the accessory devices (Danapad and Danabridge)

To have accessory devices removed when not in range, please reach out to our support, and please remember to include pictures of the serial numbers of the devices.

How to locate the serial number (S/N)

To locate the serial number (S/N) of the Danalock device, please look inside the battery cover. This applies to the Danalock V3 models and the Danapad V3. To locate the serial number of the Danabridge, find the sticker on the underside of the Danabridge, next to the standard USB plug.

How do I upgrade the firmware for Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, or Universal Module?

There are three ways to update the firmware on the Danalock V3 devices:
Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, and Universal module V3.

Danalock App (Recommended)
If you are using the Danalock App we recommend that you use this app to do the update.
Find the firmware option in the lock settings or the firmware option for the accessories, Danapad and Danabridge, in the accessories settings menu.

Danalock Toolbox - For users that don't use the Danalock app in their setup
Do the update through our dedicated app "Danalock Toolbox" which you can find in both the iOS and Android app stores.
Choose iOS or Android below to find your guide.

nRF DFU App (Only for advanced users)

You can update the firmware of your Danalock devices by using the app from nRF called "nRF Device Firmware Update" or "DFU" once installed.

Download the firmware file from our website, then download the nRF app. Remember to download the firmware files to the phone that you will be using during the update process.

Download the app through the links here:

Further update information

Devices with constant purple, red, or orange LED

If your device shows a constant purple, red, or orange LED, the lock is stuck in an upgrade mode. Click here to get your device working again.

For HomeKit locks

To update a HomeKit lock, you'll need to use the Danalock app on your iOS device or the Danalock Toolbox app as described above.

For Zigbee locks

The main module in your Zigbee lock is updated as described in the text above, but to update the Zigbee module of your lock, you can find more information but clicking the button below.

For Z-wave locks

No update options for the Z-wave module in the Danalock Z-wave locks are currently available.
We will be looking into this in the feature.

How do I reset my Danalock V3?

It is important to know that factory resetting a Danalock device does not release it from your Danalock account! Please look at this guide to remove it from your account.

Factory reset Danalock V3:

In the small pinhole on top of the lock give the lock 10 clicks with a small pin.

The lock will flash a red light to confirm the reset and then turn off the LED.

! This will reset all settings of the lock, including pin codes and pairing with accessory devices.

HomeKit! Resetting a HomeKit lock with 10 clicks also resets the HomeKit inclusion.

Z-wave! Resetting a Z-wave lock with 10 clicks also removes the lock from the smart home hub. You might still have to remove the device on your hub backend.

Zigbee! Resetting a Zigbee lock with 10 clicks will not remove the lock from the smart home hub.

Click command button

Factory reset Danabridge:

Find the pinhole behind the LED on the Danabridge and give it 10 clicks with a small pin.

A red flash will indicate that the device is resetting.

This will reset WiFi settings.

Click command button on Danabridge

Danapad:

The Danapad does not need to be factory reset.

No data including pin codes are stored on the device.

Pairing is handled in the Danalock app or through Appless pairing.

Factory reset Universal Module V3:

Find the pinhole on the Universal module and give it 10 clicks with a small pin. Be careful to not damage any part of the mainboard. Tip! you can remove the case cover and get direct access to the button.

A red flash will indicate that the device is resetting.

! This will also remove the Unversal Module V3 Z-wave models from the Z-wave hub.

Universal Module V3 Click command button

How do I connect my Danalock to a Z-wave/Zigbee gateway and Bluetooth at the same time?

A dual-mode lock like our Z-wave and Zigbee locks, can either be used with only the smarthome solution, only the Bluetooth option (Danalock app) or both.

But it matters in which order you set it up!

The order is always:

  1. Bluetooth first
  2. Z-wave/Zigbee second

If you have included the lock on your hub/gateway first, and you want to include it in the Danalock app (Bluetooth), you will need to remove it from your hub/gateway first so that Bluetooth will be discoverable again. Then add the lock to the Danalock app and finish by including the lock on the hub/gateway again.

How to exclude a Z-wave lock

To exclude a Z-wave lock, you will need to set your hub/gateway in exclusion mode (Refer to your hub/gateway manual).
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole on the lock - it will start flashing green.

In some cases, you need to be close to the hub for the exclusion to go smoothly.

How to exclude a Zigbee lock

To exclude a Zigbee lock (Firmware 0.17.x or never) you can simply give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole on the lock.
The lock will flash green a few times and then one red flash to confirm exclusion.

Remember to delete the lock manually on your hub/gateway also.

How to include on Z-wave/Zigbee

Set your gateway or hub in inclusion mode first.
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole to set the lock in inclusion mode.
Inclusion will begin. It may take some time, so please be patient.

For Z-wave, the lock will flash green for up to 30 seconds. Be patient - even up to 30 seconds after the flashing stops the hub can still be working on the inclusion. So wait for it.

For Zigbee, the lock will flash green for 4 or 30 seconds depending on the version of Zigbee lock (BTZBE / BTZB) - then it will flash white for up to 2 minutes.
Please be patient - some hubs/bridges take time to finish the process even after the flashing on the lock has stopped. If the process doesn't work the first time, please give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole and try the process again.

Don’t want to use Bluetooth?

You can include the lock only on your hub/gateway. When doing so the lock will stop broadcasting Bluetooth for security reasons - so no one can highjack the lock using a Danalock app.

How do I change the batteries in my Danalock V3?

  1. Dismount the Danalock V3 from the door (optional).
  2. Open the battery compartment and pull the two black ribbons to release the batteries.
  3. Replace all four batteries with new ones (never mix used and new ones - see disclaimer below).
  4. With the new batteries in place put the battery lid back on and reattach the Danalock V3 to the door.
  5. Recalibrate the lock and you are good to go again.
    You can watch the video about calibration methods.

Disclaimer: It is very important to replace all 4 batteries at the same time. Use only approved disposable CR123 lithium batteries. Click here to find the list of approved batteries. Not replacing all batteries at the same time can cause the batteries to heat up and potentially cause them to explode. Danalock has no responsibility in any way if the replacement of batteries is done inaccurately.

You can read more about safety and disposal and batteries here.

Danapad

How do I change batteries on my Danapad V3

Danapad V3

If your Danapad V3 does not respond, it might be time to change the batteries.
You should always be able to see the light in the keys when pressing them.

To change the batteries, simply unmount the Danapad from the wall using a tool to push down in the pinhole on the back of the Danapad and twist the Danapad counterclockwise.

With a small prying tool like a straight screwdriver, remove the battery cover on the back of the Danapad.

Replace all 4 AAA batteries and mount the Danapad again.

Lost connection after the battery change?

If you experience lost connection between the Danapad and the Danalock it might be a good idea to update the firmware on your Danapad.

A glitch in the firmware before version 0.7.0 could lead to the pairing between the two devices to be lost after a power cycle.

Go into the Danapad device settings and look for firmware to update it.

Why are my pin codes not working

If your pin codes suddenly aren't working anymore, then please check the following.

If you are using the "Danalock" Mobile App (Not the "Danalock V3" Mobile App):

  1. If you have changed batteries, the time on the lock is lost (no power) and you therefore need to do one of the following:
    1. re-calibrate the lock from the Danalock app. (Not with click commands)
      This will also sync the time on the lock again.
    2. Or go into the lock setting, find "Device info" and tap on the "Time Zone" option - this will set the time zone on the lock again.
    3. Please remember, to always re-calibrate the lock after changing the batteries. If you moved the thumb turn a little while the lock was without power, the calibration will not be valid.
  2. If you have reset the lock with 10 clicks, then you'll have to do the following:
    1. Go into the Danapad setting (Menu + My accessory devices).
    2. Go into pairing and un-pair the Danapad and Danalock.
      Even though the app states the correct lock, since you reset the lock, the lock no longer accepts the Danapad.
    3. After un-pairing, pair the with the lock again.
    4. Now you need to set the pin codes again - after resetting the lock the pin codes have also been reset.
    5. Go into the lock settings and find the option for "Device info" - here tap on "Time zone" to sync the correct time on the lock.

If you are using the "Danalock V3" Mobile App (Not the "Danalock" Mobile App):

  1. If you have changed batteries, the time on the lock is lost (no power) and you therefore need to do the following:
    1. re-calibrate the lock from the Danalock app. (Not with click commands)
      This will also sync the time on the lock again.

      If you don't want to use the app calibration method, then do a click command calibration and finish of by operating the lock from the Danalock V3 app, as this will also sync the correct time to the lock.

    2. Please remember, to always re-calibrate the lock after changing the batteries. If you moved the thumb turn a little while the lock was without power, the calibration will not be valid.
  2. If you have reset the lock with 10 clicks, then you'll have to do the following:
    1. Go into the lock setting.
    2. Pair the lock with the Danapad again.
    3. Remember to also go into the pin code menu to set the pin codes again - after resetting the lock the pin codes have also been reset.
    4. The above steps will set the correct time on the lock again.

What is Easy Lock?

Danalock V3 Danapad

The Easy Lock feater is available when you have the Danalock V3 paired with a Danapad (Keypad).

To make it easier when you leave the house you can activate Easy Lock so that you simply have to press the LOCK symbol on the Danapad in order to lock. No need to enter the pin code.

You'll find the feature in the Danapad settings - and only when the Danapad is paired with a lock.

How do I remove the Danalock devices from my account

We recommend removing the devices through the Danalock app when in Bluetooth range.

Removing devices through the Danalock App:

Go to settings for each devices and look for the delete/remove option.

You might also want to factory reset the Danalock and Danabridge. Follow this guide to do so.

Removing devices through my.danalock.com:

If you for some reason are not able to reach the devices through the Danalock app you can remove the lock from your account through the Danalock web app my.danalock.com

This is only possible for the Danalock V3 lock and Universal Module V3. It is not possible with the accessory devices (Danapad and Danabridge)

To have accessory devices removed when not in range, please reach out to our support, and please remember to include pictures of the serial numbers of the devices.

How to locate the serial number (S/N)

To locate the serial number (S/N) of the Danalock device, please look inside the battery cover.
This applies to the Danalock V3 models and the Danapad V3.

To locate the serial number of the Danabridge, find the sticker on the underside of the Danabridge, next to the standard USB plug.

How do I upgrade the firmware for Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, or Universal Module?

There are three ways to update the firmware on the Danalock V3 devices:
Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, and Universal module V3.

Danalock App (Recommended)
If you are using the Danalock App we recommend that you use this app to do the update.
Find the firmware option in the lock settings or the firmware option for the accessories, Danapad and Danabridge, in the accessories settings menu.

Danalock Toolbox - For users that don't use the Danalock app in their setup
Do the update through our dedicated app "Danalock Toolbox" which you can find in both the iOS and Android app stores.
Choose iOS or Android below to find your guide.

nRF DFU App (Only for advanced users)

You can update the firmware of your Danalock devices by using the app from nRF called "nRF Device Firmware Update" or "DFU" once installed.

Download the firmware file from our website, then download the nRF app. Remember to download the firmware files to the phone that you will be using during the update process.

Download the app through the links here:

Further update information

Devices with constant purple, red, or orange LED

If your device shows a constant purple, red, or orange LED, the lock is stuck in an upgrade mode. Click here to get your device working again.

For HomeKit locks

To update a HomeKit lock, you'll need to use the Danalock app on your iOS device or the Danalock Toolbox app as described above.

For Zigbee locks

The main module in your Zigbee lock is updated as described in the text above, but to update the Zigbee module of your lock, you can find more information but clicking the button below.

For Z-wave locks

No update options for the Z-wave module in the Danalock Z-wave locks are currently available.
We will be looking into this in the feature.

What is app-less pairing? (Danapad)

Important information:

This guide is about pairing the Danalock and Danapad together without using the Danalock app and servers.
Once this is done you cannot enroll the devices through the Danalock app and will only be able to use your Danalock devices with the Smart Home hub you add it to after the pairing!

The Smart home hub needs to support both the Danalock and the option for adding pin codes to the lock - please check this with the manufacturer of the hub you are using.

Description:

The Z-wave and Zigbee versions of our lock can be used on supported hubs and gateways as a standalone setup.

Meaning that you can use the lock without using the Danalock app - simply by adding the smart lock, Zigbee, or Z-wave versions only, to your Smart Home Hub, if supported by the hub.

But to add the Danapad to the setup, you will then need to add it in appless pairing mode.

Important: The app-less pairing needs to be done before the lock is added to your smart home hub - if done after, the lock will lose the connection to the hub and you will need to do the setup again.

Important: Any existing pin codes on the lock will be deleted once you do the app-less pairing - you will have to set them up again through the Smart Home Hub - remember to check if the hub supports the use of pin codes on the lock.

How to pair Danalock and Danapad in app-less pairing:

  1. Place the Danalock and DanaPad at a close distance from each other - 30 to 50 cm.
  2. Then click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  3. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 1 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop. The Flashing on the lock will also stop
    If you can't get the devices to go into the app-less pairing mode make sure both devices have the latest firmware.

How to remove the appless pairing again if needed:

  1. Click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  2. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 2 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop.
    The Flashing on the lock will also stop. This now removes the pairing between the Danalock and the Danapad.

Known Hubs that support pin codes:

This list is not the full list of hubs to support pin codes, but is the hubs we have been able to confirm.

  • Homey hubs - Through flow cards (Zigbee and Z-wave)
  • Alarm.com hubs (Z-wave)
  • Fibaro Home Center 3 and Home Center Light, Home Center 2 (Z-wave)
  • Vera hubs (Z-wave)
  • Future Home (Z-wave)
  • Jeedom (Zigbee and Z-wave)

I can’t connect my Danapad V3 to my Danalock V3

If you cannot connect/pair your Danapad V3 to your Danalock V3, then you need to make sure that your Danalock V3 lock and the Danalock V3 Danapad have the latest firmware installed.

Go to the device setting of each device and look for Firmware - make sure you have the latest firmware installed.

Once both have been updated try pairing them again.

If the issue is not pairing but that you can't enroll the Danapad on your account then check the batteries - the Danapad should light up when you press the buttons.

If you still can't enroll the Danapad maybe the Danapad is on another account already. Remove it from that account (if you have access) or as a last resort contact the support to have us check it on our servers.
Send us a picture of the serial number inside the battery cover of the Danapad.

How do I set pin codes on my Danalock V3

Danapad pin codes can be set either through the app when you are standing next to the lock and Danapad or you can set pin codes remotely via My.Danalock.com when the lock is connected with the Danabridge.

NB: Some Z-wave hubs like the Atom Homey and Home Assistant can also set pin codes remotely.

Time zone needs to be set on lock

First, make sure that the time zone is set on the lock.
You will do that by pressing "Time zone" in the lock setting under "Settings + Lock Info"
Please do it even though it looks like the zone is set - just to be sure.

The Danalock App

In the menu in the Danalock app, you will find "My accessory devices". There you will see your Danapad - choose that. Then find "Pin codes" From here you can set and remove pin codes on the lock.

You can add a permanent pin code, a temporary pin code, or a recurring pin code.

In the Danalock app, you can't set pin codes remotely.

My.danalock.com

The Danabridge V3 creates a connection between the Danalock and My.Danalock.com. Without Danabridge V3 you cannot use My.Danalock.com to manage pin codes remotely.

Pin codes can be set by the domain owner and created administrators.

Find the lock in the dashboard and look for "Pin codes"

Read more in the guide

View video guide on how to set pin codes remotely.

Please note, that for now, it is not possible to give your pin codes alias names. It is on our list for future development - time estimate unknown.

Smart home hubs

Some smart home hubs support pushing pin codes to the Danalock - please refer to the manufactures guides for more information.

Danabridge

How do I remove the Danalock devices from my account

We recommend removing the devices through the Danalock app when in Bluetooth range.

Removing devices through the Danalock App:

Go to settings for each devices and look for the delete/remove option.

You might also want to factory reset the Danalock and Danabridge. Follow this guide to do so.

Removing devices through my.danalock.com:

If you for some reason are not able to reach the devices through the Danalock app you can remove the lock from your account through the Danalock web app my.danalock.com

This is only possible for the Danalock V3 lock and Universal Module V3. It is not possible with the accessory devices (Danapad and Danabridge)

To have accessory devices removed when not in range, please reach out to our support, and please remember to include pictures of the serial numbers of the devices.

How to locate the serial number (S/N)

To locate the serial number (S/N) of the Danalock device, please look inside the battery cover.
This applies to the Danalock V3 models and the Danapad V3.

To locate the serial number of the Danabridge, find the sticker on the underside of the Danabridge, next to the standard USB plug.

How do I upgrade the firmware for Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, or Universal Module?

There are three ways to update the firmware on the Danalock V3 devices:
Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, and Universal module V3.

Danalock App (Recommended)
If you are using the Danalock App we recommend that you use this app to do the update.
Find the firmware option in the lock settings or the firmware option for the accessories, Danapad and Danabridge, in the accessories settings menu.

Danalock Toolbox - For users that don't use the Danalock app in their setup
Do the update through our dedicated app "Danalock Toolbox" which you can find in both the iOS and Android app stores.
Choose iOS or Android below to find your guide.

nRF DFU App (Only for advanced users)

You can update the firmware of your Danalock devices by using the app from nRF called "nRF Device Firmware Update" or "DFU" once installed.

Download the firmware file from our website, then download the nRF app. Remember to download the firmware files to the phone that you will be using during the update process.

Download the app through the links here:

Further update information

Devices with constant purple, red, or orange LED

If your device shows a constant purple, red, or orange LED, the lock is stuck in an upgrade mode. Click here to get your device working again.

For HomeKit locks

To update a HomeKit lock, you'll need to use the Danalock app on your iOS device or the Danalock Toolbox app as described above.

For Zigbee locks

The main module in your Zigbee lock is updated as described in the text above, but to update the Zigbee module of your lock, you can find more information but clicking the button below.

For Z-wave locks

No update options for the Z-wave module in the Danalock Z-wave locks are currently available.
We will be looking into this in the feature.

How do I set pin codes on my Danalock V3

Danapad pin codes can be set either through the app when you are standing next to the lock and Danapad or you can set pin codes remotely via My.Danalock.com when the lock is connected with the Danabridge.

NB: Some Z-wave hubs like the Atom Homey and Home Assistant can also set pin codes remotely.

Time zone needs to be set on lock

First, make sure that the time zone is set on the lock.
You will do that by pressing "Time zone" in the lock setting under "Settings + Lock Info"
Please do it even though it looks like the zone is set - just to be sure.

The Danalock App

In the menu in the Danalock app, you will find "My accessory devices". There you will see your Danapad - choose that. Then find "Pin codes" From here you can set and remove pin codes on the lock.

You can add a permanent pin code, a temporary pin code, or a recurring pin code.

In the Danalock app, you can't set pin codes remotely.

My.danalock.com

The Danabridge V3 creates a connection between the Danalock and My.Danalock.com. Without Danabridge V3 you cannot use My.Danalock.com to manage pin codes remotely.

Pin codes can be set by the domain owner and created administrators.

Find the lock in the dashboard and look for "Pin codes"

Read more in the guide

View video guide on how to set pin codes remotely.

Please note, that for now, it is not possible to give your pin codes alias names. It is on our list for future development - time estimate unknown.

Smart home hubs

Some smart home hubs support pushing pin codes to the Danalock - please refer to the manufactures guides for more information.

Danabridge V3 – lock status

Lock status is showing as Unknown in the Danalock app when the Danalock V3 is out of the Bluetooth range of your phone.

If you have a Danabridge paired with the Danalock, press the lock status icon in the Danalock app to get an update.

Shortly after the status has been updated the status in the app will return to unknown since we can no longer be sure nobody operated the lock locally.

Setting up the Danabridge

Set up and connect your Danabridge V3:

Find our App guide here: Danabridge-v3_app-guide

You can also see this video guide 

To set up Wi-Fi on the Danabridge you will need to make sure you are entering the correct Wi-Fi password.
As we cannot get an error message over Bluetooth from the Danabridge if the wrong Wi-Fi password was entered we can’t indicate this to you.

If the Danabridge does not light up green on the status indicator (LED) after at most 20 seconds after entering the password, you should try again.

To try again, you will need to go to the Wi-Fi settings in the Danabridge menu, disconnect from the Wi-Fi, choose the Wi-Fi again, and enter the correct Wi-Fi password.

Please remember:

  • The Danabridge only works on 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi.
  • Wi-Fi passwords are case-sensitive.

Danabridge: Allow guest users to operate lock remotely

If your lock is bridged you can grant guest users remote access to your lock.
Meaning, that the guest can operate the lock remotely.

This could be a partner or a holiday guest.

All you need to do is to sign in to my.danalock.com > follow the matrix to where the user and the lock intersect and click > turn on "Allow remote operations".

Now the guest user can lock/unlock the lock remotely.

If you have only set up pin codes for the guest, this feature is not an option.

Universal Module V3

Danalock Universal Module V3

How do I remove the Danalock devices from my account

We recommend removing the devices through the Danalock app when in Bluetooth range.

Removing devices through the Danalock App:

Go to settings for each devices and look for the delete/remove option.

You might also want to factory reset the Danalock and Danabridge. Follow this guide to do so.

Removing devices through my.danalock.com:

If you for some reason are not able to reach the devices through the Danalock app you can remove the lock from your account through the Danalock web app my.danalock.com

This is only possible for the Danalock V3 lock and Universal Module V3. It is not possible with the accessory devices (Danapad and Danabridge)

To have accessory devices removed when not in range, please reach out to our support, and please remember to include pictures of the serial numbers of the devices.

How do I upgrade the firmware for Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, or Universal Module?

There are three ways to update the firmware on the Danalock V3 devices:
Danalock, Danapad, Danabridge, and Universal module V3.

Danalock App (Recommended)
If you are using the Danalock App we recommend that you use this app to do the update.
Find the firmware option in the lock settings or the firmware option for the accessories, Danapad and Danabridge, in the accessories settings menu.

Danalock Toolbox - For users that don't use the Danalock app in their setup
Do the update through our dedicated app "Danalock Toolbox" which you can find in both the iOS and Android app stores.
Choose iOS or Android below to find your guide.

nRF DFU App (Only for advanced users)

You can update the firmware of your Danalock devices by using the app from nRF called "nRF Device Firmware Update" or "DFU" once installed.

Download the firmware file from our website, then download the nRF app. Remember to download the firmware files to the phone that you will be using during the update process.

Download the app through the links here:

Further update information

Devices with constant purple, red, or orange LED

If your device shows a constant purple, red, or orange LED, the lock is stuck in an upgrade mode. Click here to get your device working again.

For HomeKit locks

To update a HomeKit lock, you'll need to use the Danalock app on your iOS device or the Danalock Toolbox app as described above.

For Zigbee locks

The main module in your Zigbee lock is updated as described in the text above, but to update the Zigbee module of your lock, you can find more information but clicking the button below.

For Z-wave locks

No update options for the Z-wave module in the Danalock Z-wave locks are currently available.
We will be looking into this in the feature.

Connecting a Danalock Universal Module V3

Danalock Universal Module V3

The Danalock Universal module can be used for a variety of systems, like electronic door strikes, driveway gates, garage doors, and more.

We recommend that you contact the installer of your system or an electrician for help installing this product. To know if it would work with your systems you are served best by contacting the manufacturer of your system and providing them with our product manual. They will know best how to wire the module to your system.

Here are some of the facts about the module that you will need to know:

Specifications

Specifications

Smart Home Systems

Danalock V3 and SmartHome systems

Smart Home Systems

What is app-less pairing? (Danapad)

Important information:

This guide is about pairing the Danalock and Danapad together without using the Danalock app and servers.
Once this is done you cannot enroll the devices through the Danalock app and will only be able to use your Danalock devices with the Smart Home hub you add it to after the pairing!

The Smart home hub needs to support both the Danalock and the option for adding pin codes to the lock - please check this with the manufacturer of the hub you are using.

Description:

The Z-wave and Zigbee versions of our lock can be used on supported hubs and gateways as a standalone setup.

Meaning that you can use the lock without using the Danalock app - simply by adding the smart lock, Zigbee, or Z-wave versions only, to your Smart Home Hub, if supported by the hub.

But to add the Danapad to the setup, you will then need to add it in appless pairing mode.

Important: The app-less pairing needs to be done before the lock is added to your smart home hub - if done after, the lock will lose the connection to the hub and you will need to do the setup again.

Important: Any existing pin codes on the lock will be deleted once you do the app-less pairing - you will have to set them up again through the Smart Home Hub - remember to check if the hub supports the use of pin codes on the lock.

How to pair Danalock and Danapad in app-less pairing:

  1. Place the Danalock and DanaPad at a close distance from each other - 30 to 50 cm.
  2. Then click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  3. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 1 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop. The Flashing on the lock will also stop
    If you can't get the devices to go into the app-less pairing mode make sure both devices have the latest firmware.

How to remove the appless pairing again if needed:

  1. Click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  2. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 2 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop.
    The Flashing on the lock will also stop. This now removes the pairing between the Danalock and the Danapad.

Known Hubs that support pin codes:

This list is not the full list of hubs to support pin codes, but is the hubs we have been able to confirm.

  • Homey hubs - Through flow cards (Zigbee and Z-wave)
  • Alarm.com hubs (Z-wave)
  • Fibaro Home Center 3 and Home Center Light, Home Center 2 (Z-wave)
  • Vera hubs (Z-wave)
  • Future Home (Z-wave)
  • Jeedom (Zigbee and Z-wave)

Which smart home systems are compatible with Danalock V3?

The Danalock V3 comes in 3 smart home versions:

  • Z-Wave
  • Zigbee
  • Apple HomeKit

The Z-Wave and Zigbee versions are compatible with all the smart home hubs that support our lock.

These are some of them - but not all - ask your hub/gateway provider to be sure:

  • Athom Homey, Homey Pro, Homey Bridge
  • Smartthings V3 / Aeotec Smart Home Hub
  • Fibaro Homecenter 2, 3, and light versions.
  • Hubitat
  • Jeedom Hub
  • Home Assistant with Z-wave JS UI, Zigbee2MQTT, or ZHA
  • Alarm.com platforms (Z-wave)
  • Amazon Echo w. build-in Zigbee hub
  • and more


Z-wave or Zigbee?

When buying your Danalock, please make sure that you buy the version that supports your Smart Home Hub.

Z-wave and Zigbee are two different technologies.

V3-BTZE, V3-BTZU, V3-BTZH are all Z-wave locks.
V3-BTZB and V3-BTZBE are both Zigbee locks.

Apple HomeKit

The Apple HomeKit lock will only work on Apple HomeKit setups.
Also, be aware that no Android phones will work with the HomeKit model of the Danalock.

Airbnb (temporarily unavailable)

We are currently working on reimplementing the Airbnb feature. We can't say when this will be released.

IFTTT

The service IFTTT is not possible to use with the Danalock Danabridge at the moment. We hope to bring that service back to you at a later time.

What are the differences between the Danalock V3 variants?

Danalock V3 is available in four variants: 

  • Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth with Zigbee (V3-BTZB or V3-BTZBE)
  • Bluetooth with Z-wave
  • HomeKit (Only)

You can compare the different Danalock V3 smart lock variants here

HomeKit

Please note that the Danalock HomeKit does not support the Danapad and Danabridge accessories.
Nor can you invite guests through the Danalock app, but must use the Home app.

How to exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup

Applies to: Danalock V3 BTZBx, BTZx, BT-HK

Exclude

To exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup, you’ll need to follow your hub/gateway guidelines.
The process differs from manufacturer to manufacturer.

But in general, follow these instructions.

Z-wave

To exclude a lock from a z-wave setup you will have to start an exclusion process on the hub.
It’s best to do this on the hub on which the lock is included.
In some cases like with the Aeotec Smart Home Hub / Samsung Smartthings V3, you can set the hub in exclusion mode, and press the button behind the LED on the Danalock 1 time, to reset the inclusion.

Zigbee

To make the Zigbee lock leave the smart home setup, you can either delete the lock from the hub with the lock nearby or you can simply click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 9 times.

HomeKit

To remove the Danalock from HomeKit you click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 10 times. This not only resets the HomeKit registration on the lock but also the lock setting including calibration, so please remember to set your settings on the lock again and run a new calibration. To remove the lock entry in your Home app, simply remove it there.

 

HomeKit lock

End of support – Twist Assist

After careful consideration and dedicated efforts to improve our Danalock V3 product range, we have discontinued support for the Twist Assist functionality.

This change is found in the following app versions:

  • Danalock Classic App version 3.20.0 (for iOS) and version 2.13.0 (for Android).
  • In Danalock (New released app) version 0.17.0 (for iOS) and version 0.15.2 (for Android).

The change will also be in the following firmware versions:

  • Standard BT locks - Firmware 0.22.x and up.
  • HomeKit lock firmware 2.7.5 and up.

This feature, although initially introduced to provide additional convenience and ease of use, has had very low adoption among our users. However, for those users who value this feature, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Rest assured that our commitment to providing exceptional products and security remains unwavering.

While we regret the discontinuation of the Twist Assist functionality, we want to emphasize that our products will continue to receive regular updates and improvements.

Question:
Can the firmware be downgraded to an earlier version
Answer:
No, this is not possible.

Question: 
Are there other alternatives?
Answer:
If your lock supports the smart home protocols of Zigbee or Z-wave you could try exploring that option for automating the lock further. Lock model V3-BT does not have smart home protocols, lock models V3-BT-Zx is either Zigbee or Z-wave, and together with a Smart Hub you can control the lock through a Smart button or a Smart keychain button (FOB).

There is always the option to operate the lock through the Danalock app.

Important information regarding HomeKit firmware upgrade 2.x

If you are about to upgrade the firmware of Danalock V3-BT-HK, also known as the HomeKit version, from a version earlier than 2.x, then the following information is important!

The lock software changes so much that you will have to delete the lock from your HomeKit setup and enroll it again - therefore please make sure you have the small sticker with the HomeKit code ready and please read all below before starting the update process.

The HomeKit code can normally be found on the inside of the battery cover. An extra sticker was also in the box in which the lock came.

The features you get after the firmware upgrade:

This is what you will get when upgrading the firmware to version 2.x or higher:

  • The lock will still work as a HomeKit lock just like it did before.
  • The lock will also support standard Bluetooth enrollment on both iOS and Android and through that support the following features:
    • Invite guests to use the lock through the Danalock servers.
    • Activate features like auto-lock, hold-back-latch, and end-to-end
    • Pair the lock with a Danapad for the option of opening the lock with a keypad
    • Pair the lock with a Danabridge to do remote operations, if you don't already have a HomeKit hub installed or the HomeKit hub is too far from the lock to communicate (Will not communicate over HomeKit, but through the Danalock servers over WiFi)
    • Use the Auto Unlock feature in the Danalock app.
    • See the history of operations done through the Danalock app (Only app operations are currently logged)

How to do the update: 

You can do the update in the Danalock Classic app where you can see the HomeKit lock when enrolled in HomeKit.

Or you can do the update from a phone where you have access to the HomeKit lock, by installing the Danalock Toolbox app.

When the upgrade is done, you must delete the lock in your Home App. Therefore, go into Your Home App and delete the lock when the upgrade is done, and install it again.

When adding the lock to your Home App or Danalock account, consider the following: 

  1. If you want to use the lock on an Android device or with the Danapad or Danabridge, we suggest that you start by adding the lock through standard Bluetooth in the Danalock app, and then when installed in the Danalock app, add it to Your HomeKit Home app after.
  2. If you only want to use the lock as a HomeKit lock, then go ahead and install the lock again through the Apple Home App on your iPhone or iPad. 

To enroll the lock in standard BT at a later point.

If you at a later point, want to use the lock as a standard Danalock, on an Android phone or with a Danapad or Danabridge, then you must do the following:

  1. Download the Danalock Toolbox app for iPhone on a phone with access to the HomeKit lock.
  2. Open the app and press "HomeKit"
  3. Choose your lock
  4. Now press "Enable Dual Mode"
  5. You now have 60 seconds to start the enrollment of the lock in standard Bluetooth mode in the Danalock app.
  6. Go into the Danalock app and in the menu press "Add new device)
  7. Find the lock by the serial number - match the serial number with the one on the back of the battery cover.
  8. Once you have completed the enrollment you can use the lock in Dual mode - either from the Danalock app or from the Apple Home app.

Contact support if you have any questions.

Can’t enroll HomeKit lock in standard Bluetooth mode

In the new firmware for the Danalock V3 HomeKit lock, you can now enroll the lock as a standard Bluetooth lock alongside the HomeKit integration or as a standalone.

But if you try to enroll the lock in standard Bluetooth mode after you have enrolled the lock in HomeKit mode, the enrollment will fail.

Explanation

Why do you get this error? When the lock is enrolled in HomeKit mode we turn off the enrollment for standard Bluetooth to prevent others from hijacking your lock.

The Fix

Solution A: Fix this by downloading the app Danalock Toolbox - Run the app. Choose "HomeKit" at find and press on your lock. Then you will find "Enable Dual Mode".

Once you activate that, you will have 60 seconds to start the standard Bluetooth enrollment in the Danalock app.

Solution B: Remove the lock from your HomeKit integration, give the lock 10 clicks to reset it, and then start the standard Bluetooth enrollment.
Once that is done, you can enroll the lock in HomeKit mode again.

PLEASE remember to re-calibrate the lock and activate any lock settings you had turned on before the reset. (Hold back latch, Auto-lock, etc.) These can now be set through the Danalock app when looking at the settings for the lock or as before through the Click commands for HomeKit mode. You only need to activate them in one of the place.

How to exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup

Applies to: Danalock V3 BTZBx, BTZx, BT-HK

Exclude

To exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup, you’ll need to follow your hub/gateway guidelines.
The process differs from manufacturer to manufacturer.

But in general, follow these instructions.

Z-wave

To exclude a lock from a z-wave setup you will have to start an exclusion process on the hub.
It’s best to do this on the hub on which the lock is included.
In some cases like with the Aeotec Smart Home Hub / Samsung Smartthings V3, you can set the hub in exclusion mode, and press the button behind the LED on the Danalock 1 time, to reset the inclusion.

Zigbee

To make the Zigbee lock leave the smart home setup, you can either delete the lock from the hub with the lock nearby or you can simply click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 9 times.

HomeKit

To remove the Danalock from HomeKit you click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 10 times. This not only resets the HomeKit registration on the lock but also the lock setting including calibration, so please remember to set your settings on the lock again and run a new calibration. To remove the lock entry in your Home app, simply remove it there.

 

Setup/configuration of Danalock V3 Homekit

We recommend that you add and control your Danalock V3 HomeKit in the Home app.

Watch our video on how to include the Danalock HomeKit model in your Home App here.

The lock is set up and calibrated using Home App and click commands.

Invitations of additional users can only be made in the Home app: Press the Home symbol in the top left corner ->  Home Settings -> + Invite people.
Note! When you invite a new user to the Home app you give access to all HomeKit devices. It is not possible to give time-restricted access.

After firmware 2.7.5 was released, the HomeKit lock now also works as a standard Danalock, making it possible to enroll the lock on a Danalock account, pair the lock with a Danapad and Danabridge, and use the lock with both the Danalock app and the Airbnb integration.

Read more about the update process to the new firmware from verison 1.1.11 to 2.7.5 or higher, and the things you'll need to be aware of during the process. Read here.

Where do I find the HomeKit code?

The 8-digit HK code is found:

  1. On a sticker inside the battery cover of the lock.
  2. On the backside of the mounting manual included in the box.

What do I do if I lose the HK code?

If you misplace or lose your HK code a new one will have to be generated. Normally this requires that the lock must be sent to Danalock for reconfiguration, but kindly contact support before doing so. There will be cost involved.

Zigbee lock

What is app-less pairing? (Danapad)

Important information:

This guide is about pairing the Danalock and Danapad together without using the Danalock app and servers.
Once this is done you cannot enroll the devices through the Danalock app and will only be able to use your Danalock devices with the Smart Home hub you add it to after the pairing!

The Smart home hub needs to support both the Danalock and the option for adding pin codes to the lock - please check this with the manufacturer of the hub you are using.

Description:

The Z-wave and Zigbee versions of our lock can be used on supported hubs and gateways as a standalone setup.

Meaning that you can use the lock without using the Danalock app - simply by adding the smart lock, Zigbee, or Z-wave versions only, to your Smart Home Hub, if supported by the hub.

But to add the Danapad to the setup, you will then need to add it in appless pairing mode.

Important: The app-less pairing needs to be done before the lock is added to your smart home hub - if done after, the lock will lose the connection to the hub and you will need to do the setup again.

Important: Any existing pin codes on the lock will be deleted once you do the app-less pairing - you will have to set them up again through the Smart Home Hub - remember to check if the hub supports the use of pin codes on the lock.

How to pair Danalock and Danapad in app-less pairing:

  1. Place the Danalock and DanaPad at a close distance from each other - 30 to 50 cm.
  2. Then click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  3. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 1 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop. The Flashing on the lock will also stop
    If you can't get the devices to go into the app-less pairing mode make sure both devices have the latest firmware.

How to remove the appless pairing again if needed:

  1. Click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  2. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 2 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop.
    The Flashing on the lock will also stop. This now removes the pairing between the Danalock and the Danapad.

Known Hubs that support pin codes:

This list is not the full list of hubs to support pin codes, but is the hubs we have been able to confirm.

  • Homey hubs - Through flow cards (Zigbee and Z-wave)
  • Alarm.com hubs (Z-wave)
  • Fibaro Home Center 3 and Home Center Light, Home Center 2 (Z-wave)
  • Vera hubs (Z-wave)
  • Future Home (Z-wave)
  • Jeedom (Zigbee and Z-wave)

How do I connect my Danalock to a Z-wave/Zigbee gateway and Bluetooth at the same time?

A dual-mode lock like our Z-wave and Zigbee locks, can either be used with only the smarthome solution, only the Bluetooth option (Danalock app) or both.

But it matters in which order you set it up!

The order is always:

  1. Bluetooth first
  2. Z-wave/Zigbee second

If you have included the lock on your hub/gateway first, and you want to include it in the Danalock app (Bluetooth), you will need to remove it from your hub/gateway first so that Bluetooth will be discoverable again. Then add the lock to the Danalock app and finish by including the lock on the hub/gateway again.

How to exclude a Z-wave lock

To exclude a Z-wave lock, you will need to set your hub/gateway in exclusion mode (Refer to your hub/gateway manual).
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole on the lock - it will start flashing green.

In some cases, you need to be close to the hub for the exclusion to go smoothly.

How to exclude a Zigbee lock

To exclude a Zigbee lock (Firmware 0.17.x or never) you can simply give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole on the lock.
The lock will flash green a few times and then one red flash to confirm exclusion.

Remember to delete the lock manually on your hub/gateway also.

How to include on Z-wave/Zigbee

Set your gateway or hub in inclusion mode first.
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole to set the lock in inclusion mode.
Inclusion will begin. It may take some time, so please be patient.

For Z-wave, the lock will flash green for up to 30 seconds. Be patient - even up to 30 seconds after the flashing stops the hub can still be working on the inclusion. So wait for it.

For Zigbee, the lock will flash green for 4 or 30 seconds depending on the version of Zigbee lock (BTZBE / BTZB) - then it will flash white for up to 2 minutes.
Please be patient - some hubs/bridges take time to finish the process even after the flashing on the lock has stopped. If the process doesn't work the first time, please give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole and try the process again.

Don’t want to use Bluetooth?

You can include the lock only on your hub/gateway. When doing so the lock will stop broadcasting Bluetooth for security reasons - so no one can highjack the lock using a Danalock app.

How do I set pin codes on my Danalock V3

Danapad pin codes can be set either through the app when you are standing next to the lock and Danapad or you can set pin codes remotely via My.Danalock.com when the lock is connected with the Danabridge.

NB: Some Z-wave hubs like the Atom Homey and Home Assistant can also set pin codes remotely.

Time zone needs to be set on lock

First, make sure that the time zone is set on the lock.
You will do that by pressing "Time zone" in the lock setting under "Settings + Lock Info"
Please do it even though it looks like the zone is set - just to be sure.

The Danalock App

In the menu in the Danalock app, you will find "My accessory devices". There you will see your Danapad - choose that. Then find "Pin codes" From here you can set and remove pin codes on the lock.

You can add a permanent pin code, a temporary pin code, or a recurring pin code.

In the Danalock app, you can't set pin codes remotely.

My.danalock.com

The Danabridge V3 creates a connection between the Danalock and My.Danalock.com. Without Danabridge V3 you cannot use My.Danalock.com to manage pin codes remotely.

Pin codes can be set by the domain owner and created administrators.

Find the lock in the dashboard and look for "Pin codes"

Read more in the guide

View video guide on how to set pin codes remotely.

Please note, that for now, it is not possible to give your pin codes alias names. It is on our list for future development - time estimate unknown.

Smart home hubs

Some smart home hubs support pushing pin codes to the Danalock - please refer to the manufactures guides for more information.

How to update your Danalock V3-BTZBE (Zigbee lock)

We have released information on how to update the Zigbee module firmware on the Danalock.
You need to be aware that there are two versions of the Danalock Zigbee lock.

Both locks can be updated with the latest mainboard firmware, but only the newest model can have the Zigbee module firmware updated.

V3-BTZB is built on the older Zigbee 1.2 and can’t be updated.
(The production date when scanning the QR code inside the battery cover will be 2020 or before)

V3-BTZBE is built on the newer Zigbee 3.0 and can be updated with the latest Zigbee firmware.
(The production date when scanning the QR code inside the battery cover will be 2021 or later)

For a guide on how to update the Zigbee 3.0 lock please click here

How to exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup

Applies to: Danalock V3 BTZBx, BTZx, BT-HK

Exclude

To exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup, you’ll need to follow your hub/gateway guidelines.
The process differs from manufacturer to manufacturer.

But in general, follow these instructions.

Z-wave

To exclude a lock from a z-wave setup you will have to start an exclusion process on the hub.
It’s best to do this on the hub on which the lock is included.
In some cases like with the Aeotec Smart Home Hub / Samsung Smartthings V3, you can set the hub in exclusion mode, and press the button behind the LED on the Danalock 1 time, to reset the inclusion.

Zigbee

To make the Zigbee lock leave the smart home setup, you can either delete the lock from the hub with the lock nearby or you can simply click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 9 times.

HomeKit

To remove the Danalock from HomeKit you click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 10 times. This not only resets the HomeKit registration on the lock but also the lock setting including calibration, so please remember to set your settings on the lock again and run a new calibration. To remove the lock entry in your Home app, simply remove it there.

 

Z-wave lock

What is app-less pairing? (Danapad)

Important information:

This guide is about pairing the Danalock and Danapad together without using the Danalock app and servers.
Once this is done you cannot enroll the devices through the Danalock app and will only be able to use your Danalock devices with the Smart Home hub you add it to after the pairing!

The Smart home hub needs to support both the Danalock and the option for adding pin codes to the lock - please check this with the manufacturer of the hub you are using.

Description:

The Z-wave and Zigbee versions of our lock can be used on supported hubs and gateways as a standalone setup.

Meaning that you can use the lock without using the Danalock app - simply by adding the smart lock, Zigbee, or Z-wave versions only, to your Smart Home Hub, if supported by the hub.

But to add the Danapad to the setup, you will then need to add it in appless pairing mode.

Important: The app-less pairing needs to be done before the lock is added to your smart home hub - if done after, the lock will lose the connection to the hub and you will need to do the setup again.

Important: Any existing pin codes on the lock will be deleted once you do the app-less pairing - you will have to set them up again through the Smart Home Hub - remember to check if the hub supports the use of pin codes on the lock.

How to pair Danalock and Danapad in app-less pairing:

  1. Place the Danalock and DanaPad at a close distance from each other - 30 to 50 cm.
  2. Then click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  3. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 1 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop. The Flashing on the lock will also stop
    If you can't get the devices to go into the app-less pairing mode make sure both devices have the latest firmware.

How to remove the appless pairing again if needed:

  1. Click 7 times on the click command button on the lock (little hole on the top of the lock) and it will flash red and green.
  2. Press and hold down unlock button on the Danapad for 5-8 seconds and the LEDs on the pad will flash red/green, now press 2 on the pad and the flashing will slow down and then stop.
    The Flashing on the lock will also stop. This now removes the pairing between the Danalock and the Danapad.

Known Hubs that support pin codes:

This list is not the full list of hubs to support pin codes, but is the hubs we have been able to confirm.

  • Homey hubs - Through flow cards (Zigbee and Z-wave)
  • Alarm.com hubs (Z-wave)
  • Fibaro Home Center 3 and Home Center Light, Home Center 2 (Z-wave)
  • Vera hubs (Z-wave)
  • Future Home (Z-wave)
  • Jeedom (Zigbee and Z-wave)

How do I connect my Danalock to a Z-wave/Zigbee gateway and Bluetooth at the same time?

A dual-mode lock like our Z-wave and Zigbee locks, can either be used with only the smarthome solution, only the Bluetooth option (Danalock app) or both.

But it matters in which order you set it up!

The order is always:

  1. Bluetooth first
  2. Z-wave/Zigbee second

If you have included the lock on your hub/gateway first, and you want to include it in the Danalock app (Bluetooth), you will need to remove it from your hub/gateway first so that Bluetooth will be discoverable again. Then add the lock to the Danalock app and finish by including the lock on the hub/gateway again.

How to exclude a Z-wave lock

To exclude a Z-wave lock, you will need to set your hub/gateway in exclusion mode (Refer to your hub/gateway manual).
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole on the lock - it will start flashing green.

In some cases, you need to be close to the hub for the exclusion to go smoothly.

How to exclude a Zigbee lock

To exclude a Zigbee lock (Firmware 0.17.x or never) you can simply give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole on the lock.
The lock will flash green a few times and then one red flash to confirm exclusion.

Remember to delete the lock manually on your hub/gateway also.

How to include on Z-wave/Zigbee

Set your gateway or hub in inclusion mode first.
Then give the lock one click in the pinhole to set the lock in inclusion mode.
Inclusion will begin. It may take some time, so please be patient.

For Z-wave, the lock will flash green for up to 30 seconds. Be patient - even up to 30 seconds after the flashing stops the hub can still be working on the inclusion. So wait for it.

For Zigbee, the lock will flash green for 4 or 30 seconds depending on the version of Zigbee lock (BTZBE / BTZB) - then it will flash white for up to 2 minutes.
Please be patient - some hubs/bridges take time to finish the process even after the flashing on the lock has stopped. If the process doesn't work the first time, please give the lock 9 clicks in the pinhole and try the process again.

Don’t want to use Bluetooth?

You can include the lock only on your hub/gateway. When doing so the lock will stop broadcasting Bluetooth for security reasons - so no one can highjack the lock using a Danalock app.

How do I set pin codes on my Danalock V3

Danapad pin codes can be set either through the app when you are standing next to the lock and Danapad or you can set pin codes remotely via My.Danalock.com when the lock is connected with the Danabridge.

NB: Some Z-wave hubs like the Atom Homey and Home Assistant can also set pin codes remotely.

Time zone needs to be set on lock

First, make sure that the time zone is set on the lock.
You will do that by pressing "Time zone" in the lock setting under "Settings + Lock Info"
Please do it even though it looks like the zone is set - just to be sure.

The Danalock App

In the menu in the Danalock app, you will find "My accessory devices". There you will see your Danapad - choose that. Then find "Pin codes" From here you can set and remove pin codes on the lock.

You can add a permanent pin code, a temporary pin code, or a recurring pin code.

In the Danalock app, you can't set pin codes remotely.

My.danalock.com

The Danabridge V3 creates a connection between the Danalock and My.Danalock.com. Without Danabridge V3 you cannot use My.Danalock.com to manage pin codes remotely.

Pin codes can be set by the domain owner and created administrators.

Find the lock in the dashboard and look for "Pin codes"

Read more in the guide

View video guide on how to set pin codes remotely.

Please note, that for now, it is not possible to give your pin codes alias names. It is on our list for future development - time estimate unknown.

Smart home hubs

Some smart home hubs support pushing pin codes to the Danalock - please refer to the manufactures guides for more information.

How to exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup

Applies to: Danalock V3 BTZBx, BTZx, BT-HK

Exclude

To exclude a Danalock from a smart home setup, you’ll need to follow your hub/gateway guidelines.
The process differs from manufacturer to manufacturer.

But in general, follow these instructions.

Z-wave

To exclude a lock from a z-wave setup you will have to start an exclusion process on the hub.
It’s best to do this on the hub on which the lock is included.
In some cases like with the Aeotec Smart Home Hub / Samsung Smartthings V3, you can set the hub in exclusion mode, and press the button behind the LED on the Danalock 1 time, to reset the inclusion.

Zigbee

To make the Zigbee lock leave the smart home setup, you can either delete the lock from the hub with the lock nearby or you can simply click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 9 times.

HomeKit

To remove the Danalock from HomeKit you click the button behind the LED on the Danalock 10 times. This not only resets the HomeKit registration on the lock but also the lock setting including calibration, so please remember to set your settings on the lock again and run a new calibration. To remove the lock entry in your Home app, simply remove it there.

 

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