Check the status of your smart door locks remotely. Never get locked out again, even if you forget your keys.
The T1L's ANSI/ BHMA Grade 2 rating protects against unauthorized entry. There's no picking or bumping, and no need to ever re-key.
Program the device to interact with your home security and lighting systems through Z-Wave.
You’ll never miss a visitor with notifications sent straight to your mobile device when people come and go.
Replace your old deadbolt in minutes and program up to 100 user codes.
Lock and unlock your door, grant keyless access and keep track of who comes and goes, all from the Total Connect 2.0 app.
With up to 100 unique access codes, everyone can come and go on their own time without leaving a spare key out. Your app will track each code to help you stay informed about who is in your house at any given time.
Integrate your Yale lock with your Z-wave hub to link it up to a wide variety of other Total Connect-compatible Z-wave home automation products.
|Material||Stainless Steel||Power Source||4 AA batteries required (included)|
|Dimensions||Height: 5.2 in (13.2 cm)
Width: 2.8 in (7.1 cm)
Depth: 1 in (2.54 cm)
|Weight||3.45 pounds (1.56 kg)|
|Door Thickness||1 3/4" to 2"||Outside Temperature Range||-22ºF to 140ºF (-30ºC to 60ºC)|
|Communication Protocol||Z-Wave||Colors||Oil Rubbed Bronze, Polished Brass, Satin Nickel|
Using your Yale lock with requires one of the following set-ups:
Click here for instructions for setting up your Yale lock to Amazon Alexa via SmartThings.
Click here for instructions for setting up your Yale lock to Amazon Alexa via Wink.
The batteries are expected to last up to one year under normal operating conditions. Extreme high and low temperatures may affect battery performance. If the battery is low, a series of warning beeps will sound and there will also be a visual low battery warning after a valid code has been entered. The lock operates as normal immediately following the alerts.
Replacing the battery once every year is recommended to ensure optimal performance. Should your lock lose power, you can provide it with sufficient electricity to unlock by using a 9 volt battery.
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