Yales SL Touchscreen Deadbolt
This aesthetically well-constructed lock and comes in satin nickel finish. For a total control Yales SL Touchscreen Deadbolt gives information over who has access to your home. You can configure and secure your door via your smartphone, of course it comes also with fobs and tags and you can send access to your family members.
Assure Lock Yales SL Touchscreen Deadbolt
British Standard Institution has approved it’s high security rating, any potential intrusion are detected and alarmed to the owner.
Introducing the slimmest smart electronic lock for your house forget your keys for good. This sleek and stylish touchscreen deadbolt provides homeowners with the ease of keyless entry while also improving curb appeal. Enter your 4-8 digit pin code on the keypad to unlock your home without the trouble of keys. Simply tap the keypad to close the door behind you. The lock is equipped with Z-Wave Plus technology, allowing you to integrate it into your smart home or security system. With most compatible Z-Wave systems, you can lock and unlock from anywhere, create and share pin codes, receive access notifications, and more. When utilized with Samsung SmartThings or Wink, you may lock the door using Amazon Alexa voice commands.
When you touch the keypad, it illuminates, but there is no manual key option. It’s a chatty little device that tells you what’s going on with beeps and voice prompts. When you press the keypad, it lights up and chirps. If you take too long to enter a keycode, it will likely say, “Time expired.” One issue we noticed was that it takes a couple of presses to get the touch screen to respond. To conserve battery power, the lock goes into standby mode after a few minutes of inactivity, and can only be roused by a touch on the touchpad. This doesn’t always work, as we discovered that it often takes a few touches or a palm contact to wake it up.
Setup and installation of the Yale Lock SL
On a normal wood outside door, we found the installation process to be quick and uncomplicated, lasting about 20 minutes. The lock’s backside features a huge casing that houses four AA batteries as well as the locking mechanism. It has a nice rounded shape, however it takes up a lot of room on the back of the door.
A unique feature called DoorSense detects when the bolt has slipped into place, locking the door, using a small magnet attached to (or built in) the door frame. That means the Assure can detect whether the lock has been triggered but the door has been left open. Although it can’t close the door for you, this feature gives you peace of mind that the lock has been activated when you trigger it remotely.
The lock can save up to 50 key codes on its own, but with the August module, that number jumps to 250, which should suffice for most people. These can be in the form of app-stored keys or just key codes. They can be programmed to allow access just at specific times, on specific days, or for a single usage in either case.
|Product Dimensions||13.97 x 13.97 x 25.4 cm; 1.36 Kilograms|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item model number||YRD256-ZW2-619|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Yale Assure Lock SL Lock, Z-Wave Smart Module, Deadbolt Strike and Mounting Hardware, 4 AA Batteries, Installation Manual and Door Template|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Item Weight||1.36 kg|