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Title : Yale Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt with Z-Wave in Oil Rubbed Bronze -Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings or Wink (YRD240-ZW-0BP)
ASIN : B00HS1O5JG
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.
Features :

  • Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately). Does not support unlock by voice at this time.

Yale Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt with Z-Wave in Oil Rubbed Bronze -Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings or Wink (YRD240-ZW-0BP) Yale Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt with Z-Wave in Oil Rubbed Bronze -Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings or Wink (YRD240-ZW-0BP)
Category: Deadbolts
Brand: Yale Security
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Rating : 4.0
Rating : 246
Review : Solid keyless deadbolt with excellent zwave support.
Almost 6 months in with this lock and… I still love it.

In the market for a keyless deadbolt, I looked at many and tried a few. Unlike one of the others (which was made by Samsu…), this one is a keeper: it is easy on batteries, has had no issues after installation, and has good looks – several neighbors and the UPS/Fedex drivers have remarked about it.

Combine this with the peace of mind that comes with zwave integration and it’s a solid 5 in my book. Not only am I able to validate that the door is locked from anywhere that I have service for my smartphone, I am also greeted by a light in the foyer and my favorite radio program when I walk in the door every evening. Gotta love home automation!

The only issue that I had was with the zwave pairing of the lock. After an initially successful pairing of the lock and the zwave controller I have, I ran into issues when the zwave controller needed to be rebuilt. I eventually figured out that a manual…