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What are the different types of eKeys?

Owner eKey: When you set up your phone to work with the Kevo Smart Lock, your phone will automatically receive the only Owner eKey. The Owner eKey allows the user to manage other users, view the lock's history, receive notifications, and delete the lock if needed. Owner – only 1 owner eKey per lock. This eKey will be able to perform remote locking/unlocking using the Kevo Plus Gateway.

Anytime eKey with Admin Privileges : Like an Owner eKey, an Admin eKey gives the recipient the ability to manage users; they have the ability to delete all eKey types with the exception of the Owner. Also, Admin can view the lock's history and receive notifications, as well as issue additional eKeys. In addition to the Owner, the Admin eKey will be able to perform remote locking/unlocking using the Kevo Plus Gateway.

Anytime eKey: This eKey allows 24/7 access and never expires but unable to issue additional eKeys.

Scheduled eKey: This eKey allows you to pre-set time constraints for the recipient. You control the days and the time of the week when the eKey will be active.

Guest eKey: This eKey allows you to give your Guest unrestricted access for a 24 hour period and will then be automatically deleted. If this eKey is not used within 24 hours after the eKey has been sent, it will expire. Guest eKeys can be sent to the same person or different people each time. Guest – eKey that expires within 24 hours.

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