@Jay The mystery may be solved, although this is a far from authoritative source. Take a look at http://www.iseevideolive.com/index.php/2-uncategorised/74-hardware If you scroll down to the locks, the BE369 is the only one listed with an * which indicates: “*Does not support remote locking/unlocking.” I have no idea why this is, since I can unlock from the panel, but it appears to be the case (although I haven’t found it mentioned anywhere else). Just FYI - I COULD remote lock/unlock it when I was using Nexia/Schlage Link.
In addition, the Revolv website offers these lovely tidbits: *Since the Schlage BE369 is not motorized, the Revolv App will not lock or unlock the deadbolt for you. You must manually turn the knob to lock or unlock the door. We advise against creating a GeoSense Action to unlock the BE369 because the App can’t report the state of this lock.
*When the Schlage BE369 is manually unlocked with a key, the lock/unlock status is not correctly represented in the Revolv App. A lock command will not lock the door and the state will display as “locked.” This is a well-documented problem found with the BE369 on all Z-wave controllers.
*Schlage deadbolt entry sets can only be locked or unlocked by the Revolv App when the key is in the locked position.
If a Schlage lock is set to manual key unlock override, then it’s status is not reported to Revolv via Z-wave. This is a well-documented problem found with these locks on all Z-wave controllers.
So, overall, looks like I went the wrong way with that lock purchase as it really only minimally integrates. Luckily, it is not on a heavily used door.
Now, I promise I’ll go away and stop monopolizing the conversation on the board.