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Yale Security YRD220-ZW-619 Real Living Electronic Touch Screen Deadbolt, Fully Motorized with Z-Wave Technology, Satin Nickel

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  • Transitional design complements any door
  • Store up to 25 customized entry codes
  • Auto re-lock function can be enabled or disabled at the touch of a button
  • For added security "Privacy Mode" will lock out all codes
  • This smart lock will speak to you in three languages, English, French and Spanish. You choose
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Color Name: Satin Nickel
Technical Details
Part Number YRD220-ZW-619
Item Weight5.1 pounds
Product Dimensions21.5 x 15.5 x 2.3 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberYRD220-ZW-619
Size2-23/32 W by 6-5/64 T by 1-11/32 D
ColorSatin Nickel
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description1 year for electronic and lifetime limited warranty for finish and mechanical operation.
  
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Best Sellers Rank #12,779 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableAugust 29, 2011
  
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Product Description

Color Name: Satin Nickel

Product Description

Yale Real Living is bringing home owners innovative new Home Control options for their Z-Wave networks. The Yale Z-Wave deadbolt lock with touchscreen combines a highly secure lockset with an elegant electronic interactive touchscreen, which allows users to access their premisis effortlessly with manual control or remote automated control. Designed for seamless integration with any Z-Wave product or automated control systems. Monitor the staus of this device and usage through a centralized controller. Voice guided programming makes set up very easy as well as updates to user information. This lock will fit in the place of your existing deadbolt and is compatible with all standard interior and exterior doors. Tapered features of the deadbolt allow it to be used even in applications where the door is not perfectly alligned. The wireless Radio Frequency (RF) range of this lock is 50 -100 feet and will need to be at least that close to another network controller in the Wireless Z-Wave System. This RF range can be influenced by surrounding objects and may be extended depending on the location of other Z-Wave devices in the system. If this unit is to be controlled and managed by a single network controller, it is recomended that this Z-Wave lock be programmed through the centralized User Interface (UI) using a PC or hand-held device. This will ensure the best and most reliable communication to and from the deadbolt lock and centralized controller.

From the Manufacturer

Freedom is placed at your fingertips with the new Yale Real Living. Liberate yourself with the next generation of home security locks from Yale, a trusted name. Enjoy the security and peace of mind knowing your doors are secured with Yale Real Living. This elegant key pad operated lock illuminates for convenient night time access. Take complete control of all users at each door by assigning customized codes (up to 25) for each door.

From the Manufacturer


Yale Real Living Touchscreen Deadbolt with Z-Wave

Z-Wave
About Z-Wave

Z-Wave is a wireless technology that makes regular household products, like lights, door locks and thermostats 'smart'. Z-Wave products 'talk' to each other wirelessly and securely and can be accessed and controlled on your phone, tablet or pc.

Z-Wave puts the power of home control and monitoring in the palm of your hand. With your smart phone, tablet or PC you can control and access your Z-Wave devices at home. This means you get:

  • Peace of mind knowing your home is secure — no matter where you are
  • More money in your pocket by saving energy easily — with no sacrifice
  • Convenience like you've never known — one button to "shut down" your home when you leave
  • Security knowing you'll receive an alert if there is any trouble at home — water, fire, alarm, door/window sensors.

Yale Real Living Touchscreen Deadbolt with Z-Wave

About Yale

Yale is one of the oldest international brands in the world and one of the best-known names in the locking industry. The Yale history captures major innovations that have marked the evolution not just of Yale, but of the entire locking industry. Yale Locks & Hardware is recognized worldwide as a leader and innovator in the architectural hardware industry, with millions of Yale products used in over 125 countries. Backed by over 150 years of quality and customer-oriented service, Yale offers a complete selection of door hardware for residential applications, now including Yale Real Living as part of the new digital home. It’s keyless entry made easy.

  • Experience the endless possibilities with Yale Real Living. Yale Real Living electronic locks open the door to a new level of security and convenience. Each lock is equipped with an illuminated keypad for easy daytime and nighttime entry. Yale locks fit on standard doors from 1 3/8 – 2 ¼ inches and install in minutes with just a screw driver. All Yale Real Living deadbolts are ANSI/BHMA grade 2 certified. Yale Real Living touchscreen deadbolts are equipped with the allure of a true capacitive touchscreen. Simply wake the lock with a touch and enter your password to enter your home. Made of high impact acrylic, allows our deadbolts to be tough, durable and withstand any weather conditions – water, heat, ice. All deadbolts come fully gasketed to protect the lock from weather conditions and to protect the door from receiving damage from the lock.
  • What's in the Box: One Yale Real Living electronic touchscreen deadbolt lock, 4 AA batteries, deadbolt latch, screw pack, strike plate, installation and programming instructions, quickstart guide.

Features

Easy Installation

- Installs in minutes with a screw driver.

- Fits on Standard Doors

Multiple User Codes

- Add and delete up to 250 User Codes

- Each family member can have their own user code.

Customized Features

- All Code Lock out

- Privacy Mode

- Language Settings

- Volume Settings

- Auto Re-Lock

- One Touch Locking

Using Yale Real Living

  • No need to give keys out to frequent visitors, such as a housekeeper or your nanny
  • Each family member can have their own 4 to 8 digit easy to remember code.
  • Have a new visitor coming to your house when you are not home? Unlock the door remotely to give them.
  • Recieve alerts when users come and go.
Touchscreen Deadbolt Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt Push Button Deadbolt Key Free Push Button Deadbolt - B1L Push Button Lever Lock Touchscreen Lever Lock
Motorized Tapered Deadbolt
Keyless Entry
Voice Assisted Programming
Tamper Alarm
Low Battery Alert
Privacy Mode
Manual Key Override
Auto Relock Capable
Trouble Free 9V Battery Backup
Door Thickness Spec 1 3/8" - 2 1/4" 1 3/4" - 2 1/4" 1 3/8" - 2 1/4" 1 3/8" - 2" 1 3/8" - 1 3/4" 1 3/8" - 1 3/4"

Customer Reviews

Overall, a good product, very solid and heavy.
G. Adkins
Great product ,Easy installation and it worked perfectly!
Joel Y.
It paired without issue to my vera lite controller.
ikeo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

107 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Viking One Alpha on October 9, 2012
Color Name: Satin Nickel Verified Purchase
Ordered the lock and installed about a month ago, so I have had a few weeks to test it out.

I had a simple $40 digital deadbolt before, bought from an auction website. Was a simple motorized rubber button keypad lock. It was cheap, functional and served its purpose for a couple of years. It started having clutch issues when locking and unlocking about the same time my front door started exhibiting some serious dry rot issues. The finish on both the lock and handle was worn and peeling so I figured I would give the new door all new hardware. So the quest began for a new lock. I figured there would be plenty of locks out there, but I found only a handful that came close to the design and features I wanted.

I narrowed it down to the Sunnect AP501 which ended up being discontinued/unavailable, the Samsung SHS3420 and the Yale YRD220. The three had similar price points but different features. The Sunnect and Samsung rely on RFID cards and have no key access. While this could theoretically prevent bumping or picking of the locks, a premature battery or electrical failure could probably prove to be a difficult and expensive process, since I presume a locksmith would probably have to destroy them for you to get access. So for those reasons, the positive reviews, and the very classy design of the YRD220, I ended up selecting the Yale in the end.

Ordering and arrival was uneventful. When you unpack it, you immediately notice how heavy and solid it feels. This thing is built like a tank, and appears to confirm its Class 2 security designation. Installation went without major issues, the instructions are not the best but I figured it out and got it installed relatively painlessly.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Adrian E. Kunzle on October 31, 2011
Color Name: Satin Nickel Verified Purchase
This works as it should. It can be opened closed remotely (with the deadbolt actually moving, unlike the Schlage one...), and has a really great user interface for programming if using stand-alone. It can hold lots of personal codes, and allows for 8 digit codes which I like. I have it linked to a Vera2, and it works great. If you are connecting it to z-wave, program it from z-wave, not from the device. I overrode some passcodes programing the device first, then adding more codes via z-wave.

Downsides - After pressing a number (when unlocking) the number blanks for a while (1/2 a second) to tell you that it is pressed. While the feedback is good, it does make it very easy for other people to see what you are typing if they are looking over your shoulder (if the lock is in that sort of environment as it is with mine). Feedback is slow to show when locking - I use the sound of the deadbolt to know it is doing it. This might not work for others in a noisier environment.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Mike on October 20, 2012
Color Name: Satin Nickel Verified Purchase
Looks great ... but I'm concerned about the battery life. I have it hooked up to Z-Wave via Vera 3 ..its been running for a month but now when I try to open the lock remotely - it whirrs and buzzes and the lock doesn't open !! - I got locked out of my own house yesterday ..and I wasnt happy. Vera 3 reports 100% battery after 1 month usage which I frankly dont believe. Im wondering if there is a way to jury rig a 4.5v power supply to it to ensure its always working. In any event I am getting a replacement lock to swap it out and see if I get better performance from the replacement. So far the jury is still out on this.
UPDATE : Turns out the lock is fine - the problem was its very fussy with the installation - if you dont get the instal just right then the lock wont work. I put a call into Yale support - they were great and walked me thru the issue - turns out the hole weasnt deep enough for the locvk to throw the bolt into - about 4mm too short. Also, if you dont mount the bolt correctly into the door then the bolt wont thow, the little black hammer thying that throws over in an arc gets bloicked by the lock hardware unless you mount the lock in a hole that is 2 1/4 inches - any bigger and you get pla in the lock and it jams. I jerry rigged a fix for that and now it works great - so on the whole - great lock - works fine - just be careful with the physical install.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By G. Adkins on December 10, 2012
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I purchased four of these to replace all the worn and sun damaged deadbolts in a house I just purchased. They were replacing existing Schlage deadbolts so I expected no issues with fitment. For the most part that was correct. The unit fit on even the tightest location. I had two french doors going out to my back deck, and one deadbolt was installed very close to the glass insert, and I was concerned that this unit was wider and would not fit. It fit fine, just a small trimming of the rubber gasket needed.

HOWEVER, the deadbolt holes on the jamb did not line up the same as I expected, even though I was replacing a Schlage deadbolt. Not a huge deal, just requires some careful work with a chisel and drill. On one of my french doors I had to pull the door off the hinges and disassemble the jamb to cut an inch off the aluminum insert. Not a horrible job, but more than I expected. The deadbolt is longer than the previous by probably 1/4", forcing me to drill the jamb hole a little deeper. Instead of 30 minutes with a screwdriver, I ended up with half a Saturday getting the fit just right on 3 of the 4 doors. This is fixable. Not lining up with the deadbolt hole (see paragraph above) would have been nearly impossible to fix. So I gave it 4 instead of 3 stars.

This brings me to the last point that you'll want to carefully consider. If you have a door that the deadbolt "pulls tight", this unit does not have the strength to do that. On two of my doors, the insulation was tight and a human could easily turn a deadbolt and the squeeze the insulation down. This unit tries, but then beeps with an error. The way it's designed the deadbolt doesn't "lock" unless fully extended. You can easily press it back in, even if 99% extended.
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