If your smart lock’s battery dies, you may not be able to operate it via the smart lock app or keypad, but you can still use your physical key to unlock the door. It is recommended to replace the batteries as soon as possible to avoid any inconvenience. Most smart locks have a low-battery warning feature that alerts you when the battery is running low, giving you enough time to replace them before they die completely.
Additionally, many smart locks also have USB cable support for emergency power, allowing you to quickly recharge them with a mobile power bank, or plug them into a wall outlet for a power source.
It’s important to note that even if the battery dies or the smart lock malfunctions, the lock’s mechanical parts will continue to function, allowing you to unlock your door with a key. However, it’s always better to have a backup plan, such as keeping spare batteries on hand, to avoid any potential problems with your smart lock.