This lock eliminates the antiquated practice of managing keys, allowing you to instead easily lock and unlock your door with a personal access code—you’ll also never have to worry about your lock getting picked since there is no lock cylinder! The Yale Key-Free Push-Button Z-Wave Deadbolt Entry Lock works great, indoors and out.
This lock systems is compatible with a wide-range of doorways and allows for easy installation, and looks stylish to boot!
The lock uses four standard AA batteries (included), which last approximately a year with normal use—and don’t worry, if the batteries die before they can be replaced, a backup 9V battery can provide enough power for you to enter the code and gain access to the lock. Of course, the built-in low battery alarm will warn you if your batteries get low.
This is a Z-Wave network lock and is compatible with a variety of home automation and security systems, which when activated allows you to remotely lock or unlock your doors from any web-enabled device. The lock can also send emails or text messages with pre-programmed alerts, be set to privacy mode for disabling all other users, and log the lock’s history, all from your mobile device.