Protect Your Family With The Easy To Install LifeDoor Device
We want to preface this story by saying that it’s rare that we gather around the office, learn about a piece of technology and just say “Wow, that’s amazing”. We did that on Wednesday afternoon with LifeDoor. So let’s dive in.
If you’ve ever been in a school building, library or hospital when the fire alarm goes off you may have noticed that all of the entry way doors immediately close. Today’s doors can lock as well for a lockdown situation, but here we are simply talking about the fire alarm.
The doors close to prevent the fire from spreading. After learning our “stop, drop and roll” fire safety tips in grade school, the next biggest tip was, sleep with the door closed. Don’t mind the boogie man, but if there’s a fire in your home overnight and you sleep with the door closed you have a better chance of it not spreading, or at least not spreading as quickly.
Now back to those automatically closing doors at school.
LifeDoor is a device that quickly fastens to the hinge pin of your existing door. After it’s installed you “prime” the LifeDoor device by just opening the door one time. Once it’s primed, that’s when the magic happens.
When you connect your LifeDoor with your existing smart home system or smoke detector, when the smoke detector goes off, the LifeDoor closes your door. It’s that simple. Amazing right? Now again, this has been happening in commercial environments for years. LifeDoor is the first company that has ever brought an affordable, smart, device to the home market that can seal your home off in the event of a fire.
Naturally, you can use multiple LifeDoors in your home. When the smoke detector goes off, all of the doors will automatically close. It’s perfect for front doors, entry doors, bedroom doors, almost any kind of door. It’s a no brainer as far as fire safety is concerned.
You can see the LifeDoor in action in Eureka Park at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, January 9-12th, booth #51938 and find out more online at lifedoor.io
Check out more of our Eureka Park/ CES 2018 coverage here.