|Item Weight||5.15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 2.8 x 1.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||YRL210-ZW-619|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Holes||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Display Style||push button|
|Special Features||Z-Wave Certificaiton #ZC08-12060009|
|Average Battery Life||8760 hours|
|Warranty Description||Finish: Lifetime Limited Warranty; Mechanical: Lifetime Limited Warranty; Electronic: One Year|
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Yale Real Living Keyed Push Button Lever with Z-Wave - Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings and Wink - Satin Nickel (YRL210ZW619)
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Yale Real Living Push Button Lever Lock with 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 Push Button Lever Lock with Z-Wave
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 - 1 3/4 inches and install in minutes with just a screw driver. All Yale Real Living deadbolts are ANSI/BHMA grade 2 certified. Yale also offers a variety of lever styles to choose from. Yale Real Living pushbutton levers are equipped with wear resistant acrylic buttons to avoid the keypad numbers to wear and to withstand any weather conditions – rain, heat and ice. All levers 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 push button lever lock lock, 4 AA batteries, lever lock latch, screw pack, strike plate, installation and programming instructions, quickstart guide.
- Installs in minutes with a screw driver.
- Fits on standard doors.
Multiple User Codes
- Add or delete 250 user codes.
- Each family member has their own user code.
- All Code Lock out
- Volume Settings
- Auto Relock
- 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 access.
- Recieve alerts when users come and go.
|Touchscreen Deadbolt||Push Button Deadbolt||Key Free Touchsreen Deadbolt||Push Button Deadbolt B1L||Push Button Lever Lock||Touchscreen Lever Lock|
|Motorized Tapered Bolt||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Voice Assisted Programming||✓||✓||✓|
|Low Battery Alarm||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Privacy Lock Out||✓||✓||✓||Through Z-Wave Only|
|Manual Key Override||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Auto Relock Capable||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Trouble Free 9V Battery Backup||✓||✓|
|Door Thickness||1 3/8" - 2 1/4"||1 3/8" - 2 1/4"||1 3/4" - 21/4"||1 3/8" - 2"||1 3/8" - 1 3/4"||1 3/8" - 1 3/4"|
Never worry about carrying around or losing your keys again. Unlock and lock your home with ease from the backlit push button keypad. Create unique pin codes for friends and family and remove codes whenever you need to. This Yale Real Living lock features Z-Wave technology and seamlessly integrates into 50+ home automation and security systems including SmartThings, Alarm.com, Honeywell, Vivent, Vera and more! When added to most automation systems, lock and unlock your door, create pin codes, view access history and receive notifications from anywhere. The lock is tamper resistant, easy to install and even easier to use! *Features may vary based on Z-Wave controller.
From the Manufacturer
Secure your home with the most well-known brand in the door locking industry, Yale. Enjoy security and peace of mind knowing your doors are secured by one of the longest standing lock companies. Our Yale Real Living products are backed by a lifetime warranty for finish and mechanics.
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Well, well. Great lock, mostly.
I chose this lock after a lot of research, especially after looking at all of the Yale and Schlage options, and reading lots of reviews.
What I wanted in a front door lock and got:
1. Very high quality
2. Optional key access if electronics stop working (dead battery, etc.) I love being able to take the front door lock key off of my key ring!! I put it in a convenient place in case I need it. But, theoretically, that should be never!
3. Remote control access with computer, iPhone, etc. To be able to unlock the door immediately for anyone at any time from any location is a great Z-wave feature; combined with the door security camera this is about as good as it gets. Note: an optional Z-wave controller is needed for remote control and advanced programming. We use the excellent Veralite.
4. Autolock option
5. In my original review I thought I had experienced the manual unlock knob overriding the Autolock setting. In other words I thought that when Autolock was active, I could simple turn the manual unlock knob and the door would *remain* unlocked. This now appears NOT to be the case, which I am a bit disappointed with. If you manually unlock the doorlock while autolock is activated, the door lock WILL LOCK again automatically. In order for the door lock to remain unlocked the Autolock needs to be deactivated. I suppose this makes sense, but I was hoping this would not be the case. It makes perfect sense when Autolock is deactivated; you want to be able to lock/unlock the docklock manually. OK; I get it. Fortunately it only takes a few seconds (once you get the programming sequence learned well) to deactvate Autolock; but then, of course, it again needs to be activated again later. Just wish there was a simpler way to override the Autolock. Not a big deal, but still not as convenient.
6. Highly programmable using Veralite/Z-wave (telling it to lock every 30 minutes in case someone forgets to lock it is very cool!)
7. Lots of easily programmed, multiple user codes (many more when a Z-wave is used.)
8. There are exactly enough options to enable/disable the various features to suit our preferences, like disabling the confirmation sounds, inside light indicating door locked or unlocked status, etc. BTW, another reviewer erroneously states that there is no way to tell if the door is locked from the inside. While in fact there are 2 ways to know: the inside light indicator (if you activate this feature) and the position of the door lock knob: vertical indicates the door is locked and horizontal is unlocked. That I find counter intuitive but I can adjust. :-) I have another Yale lock so I was less surprised about this curious design. I would have preferred horizontal to indicate locked.
9. Installation was more difficult than desired due to the old lock design (old lock was not a Yale lock).
10. Levers not as long as my wife and I had feared. Levers have just the right length--not too long and not too short. They look and feel elegant.
11. Door can always be opened immediately from the inside by just using the inside lever. This is true if the door is locked or unlocked. This is a necessary feature for us. No key needed; no code needed; no monkey business to get out of the house in an emergency. Just push the inside door lever and the door opens, always. That is the way it should work.
12. Two keys supplied. (The pointed edges were a bit sharp, so I buffed them a little bit. Now the key enters and exits the key lock very smoothly.)
Minor niggles (there is always something; right?!) :
1. I got hung up for a while installing the key cylinder/front door lever. (There was an extra small paper, which I only found later, with apparently different instructions, but I don't think this would have mattered with this problem.) Note that when you install the outside unit the instructions tell you to make sure the key cylinder pin is vertical. One would guess that it did not matter which way it was put in vertically. But my experience was that if it is inserted vertically one way, the door lever did not engage the latch properly: the lever engaged the door latch when moving the lever either up or down, but not in both directions. By inserting the pin in the opposite vertical orientation the lever engages the latch properly when moving lever both up AND down. Otherwise the directions are reasonable good. Template was very helpful.
2. I ended up using the old lock's strike plate as it is much larger and stronger, being secured by 5 long screws. (I have read that the typical door lock strike plate is a serious weak point for many door locks. See Consumer Reports and their simple $10 very effective solution to inadequate strike plates.)
3. As another reviewer noted, the door levers are a bit wobbly, more so with the front than the back. It is not a problem as I do not notice it in practical usage; but it is definitely noticable if you make a point of *trying* to wobble the lever. A bit surprising to experience this on a Yale lock. But again this is not any problem in practical use; I never notice it any more. (Maybe it was designed this way on purpose.)
4. The color is very dark; darker than I expected as we were hoping it would more closely match our dark brown door; in fact my wife called it black when she first saw it. Anyway it looks fine, even chic according to my wife. It was essential that this lock did not look bad to her or I was going to have to put the old lock back on. So, close call! :-) Another note: the interior unit is taller than the outer unit.
For the most part this lock is extremely well-designed, well thought out and excellently implemented. Other than wanting a simpler override when Autolock is activated, I can not think of anything more I would want or need for a front door lock. Quite high praise from customers as picky as we are. Read the Yale manual before you buy it to make sure it has exactly what you want, or what you don't want. (I even called Yale first to check on one feature.) As the saying goes "Investigate before you invest." We did and we are very happy with this choice. Nice job Yale. I have only had this lock installed for a couple of days and the more I use it the more I like it. Great! If the battery life is reasonable and if it is reliable in the long term then we have a real winner here. (Note: We are in no way associated with Yale.)
In general this type of lock isn't meant to be very secure (you could trivially remove the exterior handle and locking mechanism which is held in with nothing but a small concealed set-screw, or just use a credit card in the door jamb to push it open), and all the issues it suffers from are common to traditional mechanisms of this type except for perhaps commercial grade handle locks.
For an exterior door, try to use the Yale deadbolt. Use this for interior doors, wine cellars, porches, etc.
The z-wave technology works great, and it is compatible with my Homeseer setup with the Aeon z-stick.
It also occasionally just stops responding to button pushes and you have to wait 30+ seconds. I understand a lockout function, but this can happen when it hasn't been touched for an hour. Aside from that, it will make unexplainable chimes for no reason and just act weird in general. The fit and feel is lacking as well. No matter how much I tighten it, the handle just feels loose and low-quality. It's not a solid door opening experience.
The lock works well enough, but it just isn't that good, especially for the price. There are so many better options out there, usually for less money. I just can't recommend this one.