User manual Yale Key-Free Touchscreen Z-Wave Deadbolt Entry YRD120-ZW-619
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User manual for Yale Key-Free Touchscreen Z-Wave Deadbolt Entry YRD120-ZW-619
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Product classification: Surveillance - Access Control - Keyless Door Locks
Startup and operation of the keyless door locks
Tips for setting up your Yale
Settings and expert assistance
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Price: 196 USD
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User manual for the Yale Key-Free Touchscreen Z-Wave Deadbolt Entry YRD120-ZW-619
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Secure any interior or exterior door using the fully gasketed Key-Free Touchscreen Z-Wave Deadbolt Entry Lock from Yale. Without a keyhole, the lock eliminates the inconvenience of managing keys, enabling you to easily lock and unlock your door with an access code. The absence of a cylinder increases the security of the lock, as you will never have to worry about lock picking or bumping. Furthermore, the illuminated push-button keypad is easy to see at night or in dark rooms for additional convenience.
This motorized deadbolt lock features a tapered bolt, accommodating misaligned doors and making it compatible with a wide-range of doorways. The simple design of the interior of the lock allows for easy installation, and the compact design of the exterior provides curb appeal. Universal lock and program symbols are used so that setup and access commands can be easily understood. The mechanics of the lock are Grade 2 certified, and it is designed with a satin nickel finish to match the rest of your hardware.
The lock functions on four included AA batteries, which last for about a year with normal use. A low-battery warning gives you enough time to replace the batteries before they die. However, if the batteries die before they can be replaced, a 9V battery (available separately) can provide enough power for you to enter the code and gain access to the lock.
This key-free lock uses a Z-Wave network for compatibility with your home automation system. It connects to the network with just the push of a button, and once connected can be remotely locked or unlocked from any web-enabled device. The lock can also send emails or text messages with pre-programmed alerts, be set to privacy mode for disabling all other users, and log the lock's history, all from your mobile device. When it's integrated into your home automation system, personalized scenes allow you to disarm your security system, activate lights, or adjust the thermostat using the Z-Wave home control system.
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Additional parameters of the Yale Key-Free Touchscreen Z-Wave Deadbolt Entry YRD120-ZW-619:
4x AA 1x 9V
Low Battery Warning
Interior: 2.125 x 3.0 x 6.875" (5.40 x 7.62 x 17.46 cm) Exterior: 0.9375 x 2.75 x 5.125" (2.38 x 6.99 x 13.02 cm)
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