The Yale Latching Digital Door Lock offers key free access to your home. This latest DIY product release from Yale is easy-to-install and can easily replace an existing lever or knob-set on your home. The illuminated touchscreen pad is convenient for night time entry, and voice guide allows easy programming of up to 25 different user codes
Touchscreen Keypad - No mechanical buttons, which means no trace of your secret pin code.
Pin Code Management - One master pin code, program up to 25 user codes.
Wrong code - Incorrect code entry: After 5 unsuccessful attempts at entering, a valid pin code the unit will shut down for 60 seconds and not allow operation.
Privacy Function - This feature enabled by the mastercode, restricts all user codes except the master PIM code.
Tamper alarm - Audible alarm sounds if attempting to forcibly remove outside lock from door.
One Touch Locking - Allows a simple touch of the keypad on your way out to engage the latch
Mechanical Key Override - In the event your battery goes flat, a key override will prevent you from being locked out.
Low battery Warning - When the battery is low, the status indicator will flash RED. If the battery power is completely lost, use the key override.
Voice and visual guides for programming - Voiced guided instructions will help you to program your lock. For added convenience, a light guide will also assist with programming.
The ZBM-1 ZigBee communication module allows the SYDL220 to communicate wirelessly and be remotely controlled via a ZigBee enabled automation system. It simply plugs into the comms port under the battery cover of the lock
Link to Yale Zigbee Network Module ZBM-1
- 54mm face/cross bore
- 25mm latch hole
- 32-36mm door thickness (plastic gasket)
- 37-50mm door thickness (rubber gasket)
- Both gaskets are included in pack
- Bolt - 60-70mm adjustable backset
- Both gaskets included in kit