Yale Security YRD210-ZW-605 Real Living Electronic Push Button Deadbolt, Fully Motorized with Z-Wave Technology, Polished Brass

March 10, 2016 - Comment

This ZWave compatible deadbolt lock is the latest in deadbolt technology. For use with most standard doors as a retro replacement or in lieu of standard deadbolts, the lock comes equipped with many useful and convenient features. Available in multiple colors and finishes, the motorized deadbolt works from an illuminated keypad, close proximity ZWave automation

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This ZWave compatible deadbolt lock is the latest in deadbolt technology. For use with most standard doors as a retro replacement or in lieu of standard deadbolts, the lock comes equipped with many useful and convenient features. Available in multiple colors and finishes, the motorized deadbolt works from an illuminated keypad, close proximity ZWave automation remotes or remotely from enabled internet capable devices such as computers and smartphones. And of course, there’s traditional keyed access. This state of the art lock can be programmed to open, close, and control access according to a predetermined schedule, inform parties via email when activity has taken place, and send low battery warnings. ZWave compatibility allows the lock to work in conjunction with ZWave compliant home security systems and home electronics that allow operation of the lock from alarm keypads and even television screens. Up to 25 individual access codes are available from the lock’s keypad, and in case of electronic (or battery) failure, it comes with two system override keys, which can also be used instead of codes or automation.

Product Features

  • 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
  • Full 12 button configuration for ease of use

Comments

mapleleaves says:

Good lock, but don’t like auto-lock feature limitation I switched to digital locks years ago and absolutely fell in love with them. I got this one because of the Z-Wave capability as I’m trying to jump on the automated house bandwagon. The only thing I don’t like about this lock is that it can’t sense if the door is open or closed, so the auto-lock feature is based on a timer, not whether the door is open or closed. I tried using this at a rental property, but it wasn’t great for guests. Instead of knowing when the door was closed and turning the…

Adam Mikolajczyk says:

Convenient and Well Built, but Probably More Expensive then Needed [EDIT] After owning four of these for some months I now know why some are reporting problems with extremely short battery life! If you intend to use these in a networked Z-Wave capacity you have to install the included wireless communications modules. No big deal, they just plug in when you install. However, unless you go the extra step of actually pairing and setting them up with your home automation controller(Vera for me) they’ll just sit there and continually try to communicate. In my case…

kmichel says:

Good quality lockset/, easy to install I bought the Yale YRD210-ZW-ORB Real Living Electronic Push Button Deadbolt” from Amazon Warehouse Deals, where it was marked “Good” condition. When it arrived, it took me about 30 minutes to read through the instructions and install it on our front door. Anyone who has installed a lockset before should be able to do this without reading the directions, other than the programming. Pairing with my Alarm.com Z-Wave alarm system was easy. 

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