Keyless from the street into the house The Nuki Opener makes the physical key unnecessary in apartment buildings. The Opener lets you conveniently control your intercom via smartphone and opens the main entrance door of your apartment building as soon as you get home.
Nuki Bridge required Please note that a bridge is required to use the opener properly. In this combination you can also lock your main entrance door remotely.
Easy to upgrade on your own Like all Nuki products, the Opener is very easy to install by yourself. A detailed step-by-step installation guide can be found in the Nuki app.
Open door via app One swipe or tap in the Nuki app is enough. In combination with the Nuki Bridge you can conveniently open the front door of your home remotely.
Ring to open With the Ring to Open function, the door opener of the intercom is activated as soon as someone rings the front door of the apartment building. This can also be limited to specific phone numbers.
Ring suppression In the Nuki app it can be set that the opener suppresses the intercom's ringing signal for certain actions as soon as someone rings.
Continuous mode If the continuous mode is activated, the Nuki Opener will always open the front door automatically when someone rings. This feature can be deactivated at any time by pressing a button in the Nuki app.
Never miss the postman again Ordered a parcel but can't receive the shipment? With the Nuki Opener you can conveniently open the front door remotely, directly from your office or beach vacation. This way, the delivery service can conveniently leave the package in front of your front door.
Access even without smartphone By pressing the button on the Nuki Opener you activate a defined time window in which the front door can be opened by simply ringing the doorbell - completely without smartphone.
Independent power supply The Nuki Opener is powered by four AAA batteries, so no power is drawn from the house system. There is no power theft and you can install the Nuki Opener without your landlord's approval.