Yale Security YRL-220-ZW-605 Real Living Touchscreen Lever Door Lock with Z-Wave Technology, Polished Brass

October 23, 2015 - Comment

Yale Real Living Keyless Entry Locks, the next generation of electronic residential locks from Yale, provide versatility and convenient access. With a sleek capacitive touchscreen, the Grade 2 Yale Real Living touchscreen lever lock brings ‘smartphone chic’ to residential home security. Yale Real Living integrates seamlessly into a wide range of Z-Wave home control and

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Yale Real Living Keyless Entry Locks, the next generation of electronic residential locks from Yale, provide versatility and convenient access. With a sleek capacitive touchscreen, the Grade 2 Yale Real Living touchscreen lever lock brings ‘smartphone chic’ to residential home security. Yale Real Living integrates seamlessly into a wide range of Z-Wave home control and security systems, making everyday living easier and safer. The Yale Real Living Touchscreen lever lock specifications for installation include: Door Specs: 2 1/8″ Face Bore, 1″ Edge Bore, 2 3/8″ Backset; Includes Adjustable Latch: 2 3/8″, Latch Front: RC (Round Corner); Strike: 2 1/4″ Full Lip, Strike Front: RC (Round Corner), and can be installed on doors with a Door Thickness: 1 3/8″ to 1 3/4″. Yale Locks & Hardware provides a Warranty on Finish and Electronics: Warranty – Finish: Lifetime Limited Warranty; Mechanical: Lifetime Limited Warranty; Electronic: One Year.

Product Features

  • Easy to Use, Install mounting system & Programing
  • Stand-alone illuminated Push Button Keypad Locking Device
  • For Use On All Standard Interior and Exterior Doors
  • 250 Users with Z-Wave wireless
  • Touchscreen -Tri-lingual in English, Spanish, French

Comments

Review says:

Works well with Vera Lite (after submitting trouble ticket and downloading new “beta” firmware) I don’t have much to say other than it works as intended. I use 3 of these locks with Vera Lite and they all works smoothly. Make sure you submit a trouble ticket. They’ll have you download a beta firmware that works better with these Yale units. After that I haven’t had any problems. MiCasa seems to know about issues with various devices and I find they are very easy to work with as far as tech support goes. 

Sami says:

This lock works fine, but here are my 2 cents This lock works fine, but here are my 2 cents: 

James R. Faubel says:

Use it with Honeywell 5100 Security System and Love It I never thought I would be so excited about a doorknob but this works great 🙂 

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