What you’ll need to check. Made simple.

  • Works on doors with a 44mm – 70mm width
  • Works with split spindle and fixed spindle multi-point locksets
  • Operates on a standard 92mm PZ centre measurement format
  • Compatible with most UK multipoint locks
  • Works with inward opening doors with 35mm, 45mm and larger backsets*
  • Works with UPVC outward opening doors with 45mm backset (12mm air gap)
  • Works on composite/timber outward opening doors with 55mm backset (5mm air gap)
  • Secure smart lock body (without handle) dimensions: W 66mm  X H 242mm X D 42
  • Works on iOS 11.3 and above.

To ensure that there is enough space on your door frame for the Avia secure smart lock to fit, we have produced downloadable printable templates, so you can use easily check.

Watch videofixing point centres at 122 mm template

fixing point centres at 2 1 1 mm template

Compatibility Checker

*UPVC, Composite and timber doors – depending on style


Compatibility. Explained

The Avia secure smart lock works with any lever operated multipoint locking system featuring a 92PZ measurement.

The centre measurement | To enable you to accurately get this measurement we suggest that you remove the internal handle. Measure the distance between the cylinder centre and the centre of the door handle. This must be 92mm.

The door thickness | When measuring your door the thickness must be between 44mm – 70mm.

The Avia secure smart lock has been designed to work on multipoint lever locking doors. To see if Avia works on your door, the centre measurement and the door thickness must be compatible.

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How it works.

  •  ‘local’ operation is direct via Bluetooth 5
  • If ‘remote’ operation is required a HomeHub will be needed
  •  ‘remote’ operation is via wi-fi or mobile data from device to cloud ,and ADSL or cable fromcloud to router
  • Bluetooth pairing is protected by ‘out of band pairing’ preventing ‘man in the middle attacks’
  • Security features include ‘military grade’ 256k encryption
  • platform uses the latest Apple protocol
  • using a traditional key also remains an alternative option