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Yale Real Living Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt with Z-Wave in Satin Nickel (YRD240)

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  • Installs on standard doors in minutes with just a screwdriver
  • Integrates into your Z-Wave home automation or security system
  • Create up to 250 unique pin codes to share with family and friends (25 with no controller)
  • 9V Battery back-up
  • Touchscreen Keypad: Backlit and capacitive touch so that numbers won't ever wear off
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Product Description

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Product Description

Never worry about carrying around or losing your keys again. Unlock and lock your home with ease from the backlit touchscreen 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 Z-Wave 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.

Product Information

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Technical Details

Part Number YRD240-ZW-619
Item Weight 3.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 6.1 x 1.3 x 6.1 inches
Item model number YRD240-ZW-619
Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
Color brushed nickel
Style Satin Nickel
Finish Satin Nickel
Material metal
Power Source Battery-Powered
Item Package Quantity 1
Number Of Holes 1
Head Style Philips
Batteries Included? Yes
Batteries Required? Yes

Technical Specification

Additional Information

ASIN B00HS1O77G
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,279 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#28 in Home Improvement > Hardware > Door Hardware & Locks > Lock Replacement Parts
Shipping Weight 3.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available August 10, 2013

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From the Manufacturer

Touchscreen Deadbolt Push Button Deadbolt Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt Key Free Push Button Deadbolt - B1L Push Button Lever Lock Touch Screen Lever Lock
Motorized Tapered Bolt
Keyless Entry
Voice Assisted Programming
Low Battery Alarm
Tamper Alarm
Privacy Lock Out Through Z-Wave Only
Manual Key Override
Auto Relock Capable
Trouble Free 9V Battery Back Up
Door Thickness 1 3/8" - 2 1/4" 1 3/8" - 2 1/4" 1 3/4" - 2 1/4" 1 3/8" - 2" 1 3/8" - 1 3/4" 1 3/8" - 1 3/4"

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Customer Reviews

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By J. Pappan TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 2, 2014
Style Name: Oil Rubbed Bronze Verified Purchase
I purchased this lock for a very thick, large door. The door in question is 8 feet tall and 2 1/4 inches thick, which is huge in the door world. I have several YRD220's with Z-Wave, so getting this was a no brainer. I also love this lock because it doesn't offer a keyed entry, which is the whole idea to have digital entry in my opinion. Having some training in locksmithing, the idea of a key that isn't double sided or coded is a complete sham - standard keyed locks can be defeated in seconds folks... single sided keys have been around for a LONG time, and thieves learned how to get past them many many years ago.

So, advantages to this lock? Works on big doors (but big door not required), and keyless lock. I didn't know this lock existed, and if I hadn't spent so much on the YRD220's, I'd go back and change them all out for the 240.

Setting up the Z-Wave (if applicable) was super easy. Setting up user codes is easy. There's nothing about this lock I don't like - the interface is impressive and looks really classy. Be advised, the numbers pictured on the lock don't appear until you touch the lock with your palm or fist - which is awesome. The lock looks smooth, like it's just a big blank deadbolt. I've had schlage and Kwikset digital locks, this is far and away the more secure, advanced option.

Enjoy

UPDATE:
After a few months of owning the deadbolt, I'm still pleased with it. The keyless feature might scare some, thinking they're going to get locked out. This lock covers that - it has two small terminals on the bottom of the lock on the exterior portion. Touch a 9-volt battery to the terminals and you've got power to function the keypad and turn the actuator. I thought that was very well covered by Yale.
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I own several of the Scalage Z-wave locks and I love the convenience. I've lived with them for years and there's not much I don't like about the Schlages but I've always wanted to try the Yale locks to see how they compare. I have over 40 Zwave devices hooked to SmartThings and truly love the convenience that these bring to avoid keys and to provide remote access to friends and family when needed.

Installation:
Very similar to the Schlage. They both attach to a back plate and then the inside of the lock attaches to the backplate. The Yale has a separate Zwave radio component that you have to plug in which allows them to sell the same lock with and without Z-wave. It's a simply plug in piece and once nothing much to it.

Setup:
The Yale really shines here. I had no idea it did this when I ordered it so I was shocked when I powered it on and it started to talking to me. See my video for an example of using the voice prompted menus. The Schlage has a rather cryptic menu system that you pretty much can't use without the manual nearby. With the Yale, all you need to do is enter the master code and it will start talking to you. One other nice thing is that Yale allows YOU to set the master code, while Schlage locks come with a preset master code printed on them. If you forget the code, you have to disassemble the lock to find the sticker on the inside with the code. Pairing with SmartThings was no better or worse than the Scalage's for me. I had some trouble initially due to the distance from the hub (same problem with Schlage at this door). Once I brought the Hub near the door everything went well.

Usage:
Fairly similar to use the two.
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Style Name: Polished Brass Verified Purchase
i just got it installed, so I can't talk about long term durability and reliability, but it's working as expected on the first day.
Even with Z-Wave, it is still missing some features of the Sunnect lock I used to have. If you set it to auto lock the Sunnect would lock after a few seconds every time you shut the door. If you don't want it to auto lock, then you just move the auto lock switch to the off position.
With the Sunnect locks,when the auto lock is on, every time you *close the door* the door always locks automatically. This is very slick and smart. So, you never have to second guess whether or not you remembered to lock it,

This Yale door lock is dumb because, if you enable auto locking, it locks based only on the number of seconds you configure it for (5-30 seconds). So, if you open the door with the keypad and leave it open while going back and forth bringing in groceries from your car, the deadbolt will close even though the door is open and the system will "think" the door is locked even though the door is really wide open.
Also, this Yale does not have a toggle switch to easily turn the autolock on and off at will. Instead you must reprogam it using the master code which is a hassle.
I wish the Yale lock had a strike plate sensor so that it can set to lock the deadbolt when the door is shut and so you can be sure the door is really physically locked when the online status says it's locked.

Having Z-Wave feature is better than nothing since you can probably guess that you most likely remembered to at least shut the door when you left even if you forgot to lock it and you can then remotely lock it with the app if you did forget. Plus you can unlock it remotely with your smartphone for someone else without having to give them a code.
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