|Manufacturer||Yale Security, Inc|
|Style||Keypad (No Yale Smart Module)|
|Power source type||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Installation Guide, Mounting Hardware, Yale Assure Lock Touchscreen Deadbolt, 4 AA Batteries|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Manufacturer||Yale Security, Inc|
|Item model number||YRD226-NR-619|
|Product Dimensions||13.97 x 13.97 x 25.4 cm; 1.59 Kilograms|
Yale Assure Lock Touchscreen Keypad in Satin Nickel (YRD226NR619)
- Replaces existing deadbolt with just a screwdriver, requires a face bore hole of 2-1/8", backset of 2-3/8" or 2-3/4", fits on standard doors 1 3/4" to 2 1/4" thick.Tamper resistant battery cover
- Upgradeable to work with your smart home (including SmartThings and Wink) with Yale network module (sold separately)
- Voice guided assistance, privacy mode, auto re-lock and more!
- Voted #1 Smart Door Lock brand for 2017 by CEPro
- Unlock by entering your 4-8 digit PIN code on the backlit, touchscreen keypad or using your physical key
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Lose Your Keys. For Good. Lock and unlock your home without the hassle of keys by entering your 4-8 digit pin code on the touchscreen keypad. Forget lending keys; create unique pin codes for friends and family and delete pin codes when you need to. The lock is simple to install and even easier to use. This lock can be upgraded with a Yale Network Module to work with your Z-Wave or ZigBee home alarm or automation system.
Assure Lock Touchscreen Deadbolt
Lose Your Keys For Good
Never worry about lending keys again. Lock and unlock your home without the hassle of keys with this beautifully designed touchscreen deadbolt.
Lock and Unlock Using the Backlit Touchscreen
Enter your 4-8 digit pin code to unlock, and simply tap to lock!
Create Codes For Friends and Family
The lock stores up to 250 (25 for non-connected) pin codes for you to share with others!
- Door Thickness: 1 3/8" to 2 1/4"
- Backset: 2 3/8" or 2 3/4"
- Edge Bore: 1"
- Face Bore: 2 1/8"
Voted the #1 Smart Door Lock Brand by CEPro for 2017
Installs Easily on Standard Doors
Replaces existing deadbolt with just a screwdriver. Fits on standard doors 1 3/8" to 2 1/4" thick and requires 2 1/8" face bore hole.
Comes with Two Keys
For peace of mind, the lock is packaged with two physical keys so you'll never have to worry about getting locked out.
Easy To Use Touchscreen
The backlit touchscreen keypad is easy to use for all family members. Enter your pin code to unlock and simply tap the keypad to lock the door behind you!
Never wonder if you forgot to lock the door behind you. Enable Auto Relock from the lock menu settings.
|Assure Lock Touchscreen (YRD226)||Assure Lock Push Button (YRD216)||New! Assure Lock SL with iM1|
|Available Tech Styles||Z-Wave or Zigbee||Z-Wave or Zigbee||HomeKit|
|No. of Pin Codes||250 (25 with no module)||250 (25 with no module)||250 (25 with no module)|
|9V Battery Backup||✓|
|Unlock with Bluetooth|
|Works with SmartThings||With Z-Wave or Zigbee module||With Z-Wave or Zigbee module|
|Lock/Unlock with Siri||✓|
|Works with Amazon Alexa||When used with SmartThings or Wink||When used with SmartThings or Wink|
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Regardless this works well for my home and useful for old people to learn as well.
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I was replacing an existing deadbolt so the installation was easy, as I didn't have to drill any new holes. It is a little more complex to put together than your non-electronic lock. But the directions were helpful and I had it up and running in under 30 minutes. If you've installed a deadbolt before this should be no problem. Overall, easy to install.
Once the hardware is installed you have to set up your passcode. The directions walk you through setting up a master code and then if you want addition codes you can set those up for guests, families, dog walkers, or whoever else might need occasional access to your house... Just as the hardware this process was pretty simple and straightforward.
To lock from the touchscreen you simply put your hand over the screen and it will lock the door. To unlock you do the same and then punch in your code. So far I've had zero issues, it has worked flawlessly every single time. As mentioned above I did not get the lock with the integrated smart features. So I cannot speak to those. I wanted mine local only.
I have a locksmith friend who I asked what the best lock was, Yale was at the top of his list for consumer locks. Not easy to pick and rarely malfunctions. Of course if someone really wants in my house all they have to do is break a window. But this lock provides the security you need to thwart off most intruders.
I love the way it looks. It feels solid and well made.
Overall, I highly recommend this lock! It makes getting into my house much easier! If you are looking for a touchscreen deadbolt look no further!
But, it appears that the locking motor is undersized and can not tolerate even minimal misalignment between the bolt and the receptacle.
In most homes, your bolt and receptacle move due to rain and temperature. Wood moves - its a fact.
Could not get the Lock to successfully work from Day One.
Look for a lock with a keypad and manual turn deadbolt - such as Schlage. Your wrist has much more strength than the wimpy motor in the Yale. I've had this lock up for over a year with no problems.
Returned the Yale.
Separately, don't recommend getting the Amazon open box. You're rolling the dice to see what parts are missing. In my case, all the screws necessary to attach the handleset.
1 month after warranty expired, keypad died (or something with circuit board). No signs of dying, just DOA when returned home. Flashing dead battery, keypad flickering. Batteries were two months old. Replaced batteries 3 times, factory reset three times. Still keypad issues, kept saying low battery, and flickering panel. Luckily this is the model with the key so I was able to enter residence. You'd be SOL if this same issue happened with the keyless model. This was installed on a door in a closed hallway in a high-rise condo. No weather related issues. Just a complete failure for no reason.
Updated May 3; Contacted tech support who is apparently a third party (team August). Determined keypad is dead and replacement is to be sent. That was Saturday. Email with shipping info was supposed to be by Wednesday at the latest...it's Friday and no info. Emailing back to team August results in script emails telling me to contact customer service, option 1. Doing that (during their business hours) results in it going straight to voicemail...left 3 messages over 3 days and still no response back. Will never buy another Yale POS lock again.