Yale Keyfree Connected with Z-Wave - Brass (Polished Brass)

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30th September 2017

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  • The Yale Keyfree Connected with Z-Wave Module, accessed by PIN code or smart home automation systems using Z-Wave protocol.
  • Fits 95% of uPVC or Composite doors.
  • The door must have an existing Multipoint "lift-to-lock" mechanism.
  • Build and expand your home security system using Z-Wave.
  • Supplied with Z-Wave Module.
  • Also available with Remote Module or Yale Module
  • Existing module can be replaced allowing for future upgrades.
  • Police Secured by Design and Insurance approved.
  • Compatible with Samsung Smartthings.
  • Also available in Chrome
  • The door must have an existing Multipoint lock.
  • Not suitable for Fire Doors.
  • Free installation only available in England and Wales.
  • Subject to free site survey.
  • Size: 350 x 35 x 25mm (HxWxD)
Ref: YL-YKFCON-ZW-PB-YSP

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Details
The Yale Keyfree Connected with Z-Wave Module in Brass is the latest in Smart Door Lock security by Yale. The innovative design allows you to access and protect your property without a key by using either a Z-Wave compatible app or your own 4-10 digit PIN Code, via the backlit keypad.

Using Z-Wave technology this smart lock will connect to any leading smart home systems using Z-Wave protocol, providing remote locking and unlocking using an app. Complete flexibility allows you to remotely add new user credentials, set schedules when people can enter and use an audit trail to track user entry.

Other Keyfree Connected models are available with Remote Module or with Yale Module.

The Yale Keyfree locks have been Police Secured by Design and insurance approved so you can rest easy in the knowledge that you property is safe and secure.

The Keyfree Connected with Z-Wave Module fits 95% of of uPVC or Composite doors so you can upgrade almost any residential door fitted with an existing multi-point "lift-to-lock" mechanism to a Keyfree Lock.

The lock is powered by batteries with an emergency 9v battery power point and key override in case the batteries run flat. The door can be opened from the inside by simply pulling the handle, for quick and easy exit in case of fire or emergency.

The Yale Keyfree Connected Digital Smart Door Lock is professionally installed by a Yale Security Point Installer, subject to free site survey.
Dimensions
Height
350mm
Width
35mm
Depth
25mm
Door Thickness
44mm - 70mm
Lock
Lock Type
Multipoint (not included)
Latchbolt
n/a
PIN Code Qty
20
PIN Length
4 - 10 digits
Possible Combinations
10,000,000,000
PIN Code Entry
Sequential
Battery Powered
Yes
Battery Type
4x AA (included)
Features
Type
Electronic
Colour
Polished Brass
Weather Resistant
Yes
Internal Doors
No
External Doors
Yes
Backup Access
Override Key
Code Free Access
No
Fast Code Change
Yes
Restricted PIN Access
No
Operation
Outside Operation
PIN Code or Key
Inside Operation
Free Exit
Outside Handle Type
Handle
Inside Handle Type
Handle
Handed
Left, Right
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Anonymous Verified Customer February 2016
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Recommended

The Keyfree with the Z-wave module was a terrific buy for me, and may be for you as well. If you have an existing home-automation setup that incorporates z-wave (for example, I am using Samsung's SmartThings), then the Keyfree would be one of the best additions you could make. The ability to have a full audit log of when the door was opened/closed and the ability to remotely unlock using your phone (I've done this when a friend needed to drop in while I was on vacation) is incredibly useful.

To start with, it'll take some getting used to the peace of mind of not having to always reach for / look for the front-door key when leaving the house - this in itself is a terrific selling point. Yale have thought it through and kept it mind that people will be sceptical about battery power, and have included a 9V battery adapter on the outside, so should you be so foolish as to ignore all the warning signs and let your interior AA batteries die, you can still plug-in a standard 9V battery outside (the same ones you use in fire alarms) and the keypad will be live.

You still have to lift the handle up to engage the multi-point locks, and I was concerned about having to press down a security button before you could push the handle down when inside, but you get accustomed to this very quickly, and the security aspect of it cannot be argued (makes fishing through the letterbox to open the door quite impossible).

As of writing, SmartThings are yet to incorporate all the Zwave features offered by the Keyfree with the correct module (ability to set and edit/remove temporary codes and user-specific codes), but I imagine this will be a matter of time (hence my "Ease of Use" rating). Setting these up manually from the Keyfree is simple when you're following the manual, albeit a bit tedious.

Overall, I'm very happy with it, friends are always impressed, and the wife fully approves! I'm an incredibly nitpicky user when it comes to tech. so if this is something I approve of, chances are that you will too.

Great service throughout - having it installed was the best thing about using safe.co.uk.

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Anonymous Verified Customer February 2016
Rated 8 / 10Rated 8 / 10Rated 8 / 10Rated 8 / 10Rated 8 / 10 4 / 5
Recommended

The Keyfree with the Z-wave module was a terrific buy for me, and may be for you as well. If you have an existing home-automation setup that incorporates z-wave (for example, I am using Samsung's SmartThings), then the Keyfree would be one of the best additions you could make. The ability to have a full audit log of when the door was opened/closed and the ability to remotely unlock using your phone (I've done this when a friend needed to drop in while I was on vacation) is incredibly useful.

To start with, it'll take some getting used to the peace of mind of not having to always reach for / look for the front-door key when leaving the house - this in itself is a terrific selling point. Yale have thought it through and kept it mind that people will be sceptical about battery power, and have included a 9V battery adapter on the outside, so should you be so foolish as to ignore all the warning signs and let your interior AA batteries die, you can still plug-in a standard 9V battery outside (the same ones you use in fire alarms) and the keypad will be live.

You still have to lift the handle up to engage the multi-point locks, and I was concerned about having to press down a security button before you could push the handle down when inside, but you get accustomed to this very quickly, and the security aspect of it cannot be argued (makes fishing through the letterbox to open the door quite impossible).

As of writing, SmartThings are yet to incorporate all the Zwave features offered by the Keyfree with the correct module (ability to set and edit/remove temporary codes and user-specific codes), but I imagine this will be a matter of time (hence my "Ease of Use" rating). Setting these up manually from the Keyfree is simple when you're following the manual, albeit a bit tedious.

Overall, I'm very happy with it, friends are always impressed, and the wife fully approves! I'm an incredibly nitpicky user when it comes to tech. so if this is something I approve of, chances are that you will too.

Great service throughout - having it installed was the best thing about using safe.co.uk.

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Can a Z-wave controller be used to add/delete PINs on the device? Or does it only support unlocking / status via Z-Wave?
Anonymous
The programming of new codes can only be done on the lock itself. The Z-wave programme will allow you to lock or unlock remotely by using a z-wave home system.
Jonathan P
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