- Excludes Z-Wave / Yale Module
- Excludes Nightlatch
- Proximity Access Ready
- 1 Prox. Card & 1 Tag Supplied
The Yale Smart Living Keyless Connected Smart Lock gives you freedom to secure your home without the need for a key on timber doors. It has a touchscreen with a backlit keypad which is battery operated thereby ensuring that it is always on in the event of a power cut. It also has a low battery indicator with emergency battery connection and the user codes and settings are not lost after the replacement. One can choose to either open the door using a 4-10 pin code, a 24 hour pin for visitors, a key card or a key tag. One key card and one key tag are supplied as standard with the lock for convenient proximity access and more can be ordered separately if required. The smart lock can store up to 20 user codes, key cards and key tags in total at a time. If an incorrect code is entered up to 5 times, it activates a 3 minute lockout and has a tamper alarm.
By fitting the appropriate module (sold separately) you can extend the lock's functionality to include controlling the lock from your smart phone using the appropriate app. The Yale Module connects the lock to your Yale Smart Home Alarm system enabling connection to the Yale Home App. The Z-Wave Module (sold separately) allows you to connect the lock to other Z-wave based smart home systems such as Samsung SmartThings. When used in conjunction with the Z-Wave Module and Samsung SmartThings, the Yale Keyless Connected Smart Door Locks can be paired with Amazon Alexa, allowing you to check if your door is locked using only your voice, for ultimate peace of mind. Alternatively you can fit the Remote Fob Module which allows you to open the lock with the Yale Smart Key Fob (sold separately). You can only fit one of the three modules into the lock.
Name Yale Keyless Connected Smart Lock SKU YD-01-CON-NOMOD-CH Brand Yale Weight (KG) 1.2000 Finish Chrome Plate Handing Reversible Locks Type Nightlatch Operation Electronic Backset 60mm Lock Features Passage Mode, Proximity Access Works With SmartThings, Yale Smart Living Connects Via Z-Wave