Control your Danalock from everywhere

You have two buttons

The green and red circle in the keychain is actually two buttons!

This means that if you want to lock your door using Danabridge, you have to press the red part of the circle or one of the colored keyholes - not the center.

 

Avoid stall

If you press the green keyhole and the lock is already unlocked, this will cause the Danalock to “stall” for a small amount of time.

Same thing happens if you try to remote lock the door, and the door is already locked.

 

Set up the Bridge device:

You can control several Danalocks with the Danabridge, as long as the Bridgedevice is within Bluetooth range of the Danalocks.

You have two buttons

The green and red circle in the keychain is actually two buttons!

This means that if you want to lock your door using Danabridge, you have to press the red part of the circle or one of the colored keyholes - not the center.

Avoid stall

If you press the green keyhole and the lock is already unlocked, this will cause the Danalock to “stall” for a small amount of time. Same thing happens if you try to remote lock the door, and the door is already locked.

You can control several Danalocks with the Danabridge, as long as the Bridgedevice is within Bluetooth range of the Danalocks.

Set up the Bridge device:

You have two buttons

The green and red circle in the keychain is actually two buttons!

This means that if you want to lock your door using Danabridge, you have to press the red part of the circle or one of the colored keyholes - not the center.

Avoid stall

If you press the green keyhole and the lock is already unlocked, this will cause the Danalock to “stall” for a small amount of time. Same thing happens if you try to remote lock the door, and the door is already locked.

Control your Danalock everywhere

You can control several Danalocks with the Danabridge, as long as the Bridgedevice is within Bluetooth range of the Danalocks.

Set up the Bridge device:

You have two buttons

The green and red circle in the keychain is actually two buttons!

This means that if you want to lock your door using Danabridge, you have to press the red part of the circle or one of the colored keyholes - not the center.

Avoid stall

If you press the green keyhole and the lock is already unlocked, this will cause the Danalock to “stall” for a small amount of time. Same thing happens if you try to remote lock the door, and the door is already locked.

You can control several Danalocks with the Danabridge, as long as the Bridgedevice is within Bluetooth range of the Danalocks.

 

Control your Danalock everywhere

Set up the bridge device:

You have two buttons

The green and red circle in the
keychain is actually two buttons!

This means that if you want to lock your door using Danabridge, you have to press the red part of the circle or one
of the colored keyholes - not the center.

Avoid stall

If you press the green keyhole and the lock is already unlocked, this will cause the Danalock to “stall” for a small amount of time. Same thing happens if you try to remote lock the door, and the door is already locked.

You can control several Danalocks with the Danabridge, as long as the Bridgedevice is within Bluetooth range of the Danalocks.

Set up the Bridgedevice: