Yale Smart Living Keyless Connected Smart Lock User Manual

Yale Smart Living Keyless Connected Smart Lock User Manual
smart
Living
Keyless Connected
Smart Lock Manual
Please read the intructions before fitting and using the
Keyless Connected lock.
The functions and design of this product can be changed
without prior notice for performance and quality improvements.
The smarter way to protect your home•
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Living
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Contents
Introduction
Safety Precautions Product Features Getting Started
Lock Overview Set/Change Master Code Set/Delete User Code Set One Day Codes Register/Delete Key Cards/Tags
Register/Delete Remote fobs Change Re-lock Time
Auto Re-lock on/off Volume setting
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Smart Home
Lock Module 19
Connecting to a Home Automation System 20
Operating the lock
Unlocking the door 22
Security Features
Intrusion Alarm Incorrect PIN Lockout Emergency Power Resetting the lock Specifications
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Guarantee
Guarantee28
User Log
User Log
User Keycard/Tag log
Remote Fob log
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing the Yale Keyless Connected smart lock.
This new Smart Lock uses the latest technology to make your life easier.
This user manual enables you to operate the product safely and to its full potential.
Please ensure you read it completely before using the Yale Keyless Connected
Smart Lock.
Safety Precautions
Please read this carefully
Be careful not to let any
unauthorised user discover
your PIN code.
Please keep your PIN code safe.
Caution
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To maintain the high quality finish,
clean regularly with a soft
damp cloth taking care not to
scratch the finish.
Do not use any chemicals when
cleaning as this may affect
your warranty.
The Keyless Digital Lock requires
you to place your palm on the
touch screen.
This ia a safety feature so finger
print showing the PIN code are
wiped.
Make sure to follow the above instructions to avoid any injuries or damage to the product .
Product Features
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Connected
Ready
Yale®
Module
Z-Wave®
Module
4 - 10 digit PIN code
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24 hour PIN code for visitors
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Key Card (includes one card)
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Key Tag (includes one tag)
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Control with Yale® app (when linked to Yale® alarm or CCTV)
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Open through third party app
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How To Open The Lock
You can use a mix of up to 20 PIN codes, key tags, key cards and remote fobs plus app control (model dependant).
Security
3 minute lock out if code is entered incorrectly 5 times
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Tamper alarm
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Replaces existing rim cylinder used on a 60mm backset nightlatch
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Touchscreen with backlit keypad
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Battery operated
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Low battery indicator with emergency battery connection
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User codes and settings remain if batteries are replaced
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Remotely add user user credentials
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User schedules
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Audit trails
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Connects to Yale® Alarm and CCTV range
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Connects to Z-Wave® compatible smart home systems
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Remote Fob Module (includes one fob)
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Additional Remote Fobs
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Yale® Module
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Z-Wave® Module
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Key Card
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Key Tag
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Features
Connectivity
Optional Accessories
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Lock Overview
Basic Contents
The contents of this product may be subject to change without notice for performance or quality improvement.
» Basic Contents
Front (Front Body)
smart
20mm Hole
Living
Keyless
Connected
Back (Main Body)
User Guide
Keyless Connected
Smart Lock Manual
Keyless Connected
Contents Include
Installation Guide
Fit Yale digital lock using hand Philips screw driver to avoid cross threading fixing screws.
If using a cordless, please ensure it is set to low speed & torque.
• Screws
• Batteries
• Self adhesive
pad
Front Body
Battery Pack
Handing Plate
Y3 Chrome
Nightlatch
Box(Option)
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTION BEFORE USING YALE KEYLESS CONNECTED LOCK.
The functions and design of this product can be changed
without prior notice for performance and quality improvement.
ISL-1290-01
Disassemble Lockset
Before getting started
Did you purchase the Yale Digital Lock including a Y3 Nightlatch?
Please disassemble your existing Nightlatch case and
mounting plate.
YES , I have bought the complete package to install them onto my door.
Please start from installation step
ON THE RIGHT PAGE
* The nightlatch & plates above are generic images.
If you are retrofitting Yale digital lock,
your product may be different.
NO , I am going to keep using the existing Nightlatch on my door with the Yale digital product.
There are many types of Nightlatches, so please start from installation step
BELOW , and
follow the check points for correct installation.
Check Point!!!
Please use the key of your existing Nightlatch and check the below
Ⓒ 90° deg
in either
direction
Ⓓ 90° deg in
either
direction
Ⓐ Keep your door open
Ⓑ Insert the key in the outside cylinder key hole
Ⓒ Turn the key 90° in either direction counter clockwise(to the left) and
check the latch fully retracts
Ⓓ Turn the key 90° in either direction clockwise(to the right) and check the latch fully retracts
Can you open with your key in
Please read the intructions before fitting and using the
Keyless Connected lock.
Can you open with your key only in the
left direction? Not in the right direction?
The functions and design of this product can be changed
without prior notice for performance and quality improvements.
DO NOT FIT KEYLESS UNTIL DOOR INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING KEYLESS.
both directions?
Your Nightlatch needs an additional plate.
PLEA SE G O TO STEP
The fuctions and design of this product can be changed
Door Preparation
Use template
provided
PLEASE GO TO STEP
Can you open with your key only in the
right direction? Not in the left direction?
20mm Hole
Your Nightlatch needs an additional plate.
72.5mm
PLEA SE G O TO STEP
Please attach the additional handing plate tightly onto the
cylinder fixing surface.
The plate must be alighed with the shape.
Make sure the 'LEFT TURN' is shown as the image below
if your latch is opened only to the LEFT direction by the key.
without prior notice for performance and quality improvements.
The smarter way to
protect your home•
Self adhesive pad
YD-01-CON-UG Rev.001
DO NOT FIT KEYFREE UNTIL DOOR INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING KEYFREE.
Ⓑ KEY
Please attach the additional handing plate tightly onto the
cylinder fixing surface.
The plate must be alighed with the shape.
Make sure the 'RIGHT TURN' is shown as the image below
if your latch is opened only to the RIGHT direction by the key.
32mm Hole
60mm
Self adhesive pad
KFCON-UG Rev. 001
User Guide
Installation Guide
» Optional Accessories
Home Automation
Module (Optional)
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Handing Plate
1 x Key Card
1 x Key Tag
Accessories
Identification
Front (Front Body installed on the outside of the door)
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Low Battery Indicator
Getting Started
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Back (Back Body, installed on the inside of the door)
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R
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Changing Master Code
Registration
The master code is the main password to the lock. As well as allowing entry through the door, it is also used to configure the
lock including adding and removing users.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to
begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you are setting the code
for the first time the default
is 123456.
Select the [1] button
followed by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu,
choose option number 1 to
change the master code.
The master code must be
6 digits
Enter a new master code
Enter a new master code
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Description
3 tone ascending beep
Followed by your new
code being illuminated
This completes the master
code setup.
Setting a User Code
The lock can hold up to 20 unique user codes, each one has a slot in the locks memory from 1 to 20. If a new code is
written to a slot that already holds a code it will overwrite it. Because of this it is important to record which codes are stored
in each slot. Please use the section in the back of the book to record this.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code, followed
by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section
of the manual.
Select the [2] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu, choose
option number 2 to select the user code
setup.
Press the [1] button and then #
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
Option number 1 adds or modifies a
user code
Enter the slot number for the
user code followed by # key
2 tone beep
This is the number of the slot in
memory where the code will be saved
(1-20)
Enter the new user code
3 tone ascending beep
Followed by your new code
being illuminated
The user code can be between 4-10
digits
Getting Started
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
To add multiple codes please complete the above instructions, record that the memory slot has been filled in the user code
log at the back of this guide, then repeat this process.
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Deleting a User Code
To stop a user having access their code will need to be deleted. Before doing this you will first need to know which slot in the locks
memory their code is in. Please see the user code log at the back of the guide.
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Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Touch the Keypad with the palm
of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section of
the manual.
Select the [2] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu, choose
option number 2 to select the user code
setup.
Press the [3] button and then #
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
Option number 3 deletes a user code
Enter the slot number for the user
code followed by # key
3 tone ascending beep
This is the number of the slot in memory
where the code will be saved (1-20)
Setting a One Day Code
The one day code is a code that will automatically expire after 24 hours. This allows short term access to be granted to
someone.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the
master code please see the
resetting the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [5] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s
menu, choose option number
5 to enter the one day code
settings.
Enter the new user code
2 tone beep
The user code must be 4 digits
Press the # button to finish.
3 tone ascending beeps
followed by your new
code being illuminated
The code will now be active for
24 hours
Getting Started
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
Deleting a One Day Code
A one day code can be deleted if it is no longer wanted. If not it will expire at the end of the 24 hour period.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Press any button on the keypad
to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master
code please see the resetting
the lock section of the
manual.
Select the [5] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu,
choose option number 5 to
enter the one day code settings.
Press the # button to finish.
3 tone ascending beep
Press the # to confirm code
deletion.
Press any button
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Adding a Key Card/Tag
Key Card
Key Tag
The lock can hold up to 20 Key cards/tags, each one has a slot in the locks memory from 1 to 20. If a new card/tag is
written to a slot that already holds a code it will overwrite it. Because of this it is important to record which cards/tags
are stored in each slot. Please use the section in the back of the book to record this.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section of
the manual
Select the [3] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu, choose
option number 0 to select the Key Card/
tag setup
Press the [1] button and then #
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
Option number 1 adds an Key Card or
tag
Enter the slot number for the
user code followed by # key
2 tone beep
This is the number of the slot in memory
where the code will be saved (1-20)
Present the Key Card/
Tag to to lock
Single tone beep followed by
slot number illuminating
Hold an Key Card or tag against the
keypad until you bear the beep
Press # key
3 tone ascending beep
The card or tag is now added and will
unlock the door
To add multiple Key Cards/tags please complete the above instructions, record that the memory slot has been filled
in the user code log at the back of this guide, then repeat this process.
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Deleting a Key Card/Tag
Key Card
Key Tag
The lock can hold up to 20 Key cards/tags, each one has a slot in the locks memory from 1 to 20. If a new card/tag is
written to a slot that already holds a code it will overwrite it. Because of this it is important to record which cards/tags
are stored in each slot. Please use the section in the back of the book to record this.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code, followed
by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master
code please see the resetting the
lock section of the manual.
Select the [0] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu,
choose option number 0 to select
the Key Card/tag setup.
Press the [3] button and then #
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
Option number 1 adds an RFID
card or tag.
Enter the slot number for the
user code followed by # key
2 tone beep
This is the number of the slot in
memory where the code will be
saved (1-20).
Press # key
3 tone ascending beep
The card or tag is now deleted and
will no longer unlock the door.
Getting Started
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
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Register Remote Fob
Remote Keyfob
Yale Remote fobs allow you to open the lock at a distance of up to 15 metres. This requires both the Yale Remote fob and the
corresponding lock module to work. Up to 5 Remote fobs can be registered on 1 lock, and like the user codes they each have their
unique slot in the lock memory. Adding a new fob into a slot that already contains a fob will override it.
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Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin.
Enter the master code, followed
by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section
of the manual.
Select the [3] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 3
contains the Remote fob settings.
Select the [1] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
This puts the lock into fob add mode
Enter the slot number for the fob
followed by #
2 tone beep
Select the number of the slot in memory
where the fob will be saved (1-5)
Push both unlock buttons on
Remote fob
Single beep
Press both buttons as shown in diagram
below.
Press the # button to confirm.
3 tone ascending beep
The fob will now unlock the lock.
Delete Previously Paired Remote Fob
If a Remote fob is lost or stolen it can be removed from the lock so that it can no longer be used to open it.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin.
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master
code please see the resetting the
lock section of the manual.
Select the [3] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu,
option 3 contains the Remote fob
settings
Press the [3] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
This puts the lock into fob delete
mode.
Enter the slot number for the
fob followed by #
2 tone beep, then 3 tone
ascending beep
Select the number of the slot in
memory where the fob is saved
(1-5)
Getting Started
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
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Change PIN Relock Time
The relock time is the amount of time it takes for the external handle to disengage after the lock has been unlocked with a correct
PIN. The default is 7 seconds.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin.
Enter the master code, followed
by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section
of the manual.
Select the [6] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 6
contains the Remote fob settings.
The relock time can be between 7 and 60
seconds.
Input the relock time (7-60)
3 tone ascending beep
Press the # button to finish.
The relock time will now be set.
Change Remote Relock Time
The lock can be set to unlock for longer periods of time unlocked remotely by a Remote fob or a home automation system.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Touch the Keypad with the palm
of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Press any button on the keypad to begin
Enter the master code, followed
by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section
of the manual.
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 7
contains the Remote fob relock settings
Select the [7] button followed
by # key
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Description
Input the relock time (10-90)
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
The relock time can be between 10 and
90 seconds.
Press the # button to finish.
3 tone ascending beep
The relock time will now be set.
Auto Re-lock On/Off
The lock can be toggled between two modes. With auto re-lockmodeon the lock will automaticallyre-lock after the
configured re-lock time. With auto re-lock mode off the lock will not re-lock until the keypad is awoken by placing your palm
on it.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master
code please see the resetting the
lock section of the manual.
Select the [9] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu,
option 8 contains the silent mode
settings.
Press [1] for auto re-lock on, or
[3] for auto re-lock off.
2 tone beep
Select between the two modes
Press the # button to finish.
3 tone ascending beep
Getting Started
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
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Volume Mode
The lock can be toggled between three volume modes. In silent mode only programming beeps will be heard. In quite
mode the keypad beeps will be quieter, in loud mode they will be loud.
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Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code,
followed by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section of
the manual.
Select the [8] button followed
by # key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 8
contains the silent mode settings.
Press [1] to for silent mode,
[2] for quite mode, or [3] for
loud mode.
2 tone beep
Select between the three modes
Press the # button to finish.
3 tone ascending beep
Smart Home
Lock Module
The Yale Keyless Connected Smart Lock is compatible with Z-Wave® and Yale modules for easy integration to
smart home systems. In addition there is a module available for use with remote fobs.
• Z-Wave Module: Using the Z-Wave module, the Keyless Connected lock can be compatible with Z-Wave technology, allowing connection to approved third party smart home products
• Yale Module: The Keyless Connected lock can be connected to the Yale SmartPhone alarm and CCTV range, allowing you to open your door using the Yale Alarm or CCTV app
• Yale Remote Fob Module: The Keyless connected lock can be opened using a remote fob
Removing the module.
To find out which module is currently in your lock please follow the ‘removing a module’ instructions.
Step
Icon
R
Remove inside cover
R
Description
Smart Home
Please note: if you connect your lock to a smart home system detailed above you will not be able to use the
remote fob. For more information on the compatibility of the lock modules visit: www.yale.co.uk/smart-living
Press the two release buttons on the side of the battery pack and
remove cover
R
R
Remove a battery from the lock
Remove any of the batteries to cut power to the lock.
Remove the module
The module is situated in the top left corner above the batteries.
It can be unplugged by pulling it out.
Record module model number
The model number will be on a sticker on the module, and will enable
you to find the current wireless compatibility of the lock.
Inserting a Module
Step
Icon
R
Remove inside cover
R
Description
R
Press the two release buttons on the side of the battery pack and
remove cover
R
Remove a battery from the lock
Remove any of the batteries to cut power to the lock.
Insert the module
The module has 8 pins that are plugged into the small black connector
above the batteries on the top left of the lock.
Please Note: You cannot use a remote fob and use the Keyless Connected Smart Lock with a home automation system.
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Smart Home
Connecting to a Home Automation System
Connecting to a home automation system is a two way process and may require the home automation system to be configured to
look for a new device, please consult the manual that came with the system for more information.
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Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Press any button
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter the master code, followed
by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section
of the manual.
Press the [4] button followed by
# key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu, option 4
contains the home automation settings
Press the [1] button followed by the
hash key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
This will make the lock look for a
compatible system
Please wait up to 60 seconds
3 tone ascending beep
The lock will now be linked to the home
automation system.
Smart Home
Disconnecting from a Home Automation System
For security reasons a lock will not connect to a new home automation system if it is linked to another. If you have changed
your home automation system please run through the disconnecting settings before adding the new one.
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Keypad will illuminate Touch
the Keypad to begin
followed by 2 tone beep
illuminate Touch the Keypad to
begin
Enter the master code, followed
by # key
2 tone beep
If you have forgotten the master
code please see the resetting the
lock section of the manual.
Press the [4] button followed by
# key
2 tone beep after each
button pressed
You are now in the lock’s menu,
option 4 contains the home
automation settings
Press the [3] button followed by
the hash key
3 tone ascending beep
This will disconnect the lock from
the previous system
Smart Home
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
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Opening the lock with a PIN code
Step
Icon
Expected Feedback
Description
Touch the Keypad with the
palm of your hand
Keypad will illuminate
followed by 2 tone beep
Touch the Keypad to begin
Enter a valid user code
followed by the * key
3 tone ascending beep
If you have forgotten the master code
please see the resetting the lock section
of the manual.
Turn the Thumb turn to open the
door.
Open the Door
Opening the lock with an Key Card/Tag
Step
Icon
Present a valid key
card or tag to the lock.
Expected Feedback
3 tone ascending beep
Key Card
Description
The Thumb turn is now engaged and will
allow you to open the door.
Turn the Thumb turn to open the
door.
Open the Door
Opening the lock with a Remote Fob
Step
Press any button on a
registered Remote fob
Open the Door
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Key Tag
Icon
Expected Feedback
3 tone ascending beep
Remote Keyfob
Description
The Thumb turn is now engaged and will
allow you to open the door.
Turn the Thumb turn to open the
door.
Security Features
Intrusion Alarm
Damage Alarm :
If the circuit board of outer handle is damaged the alarm will sound.
Directions
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Security Features
Incorrect PIN Lockout
For security if the wrong PIN is entered 5 consecutive times the lock will lockout for 3 minutes.
This is indicated by the number 3 on the keypad flashing.
To Release Lockout
Method 1 Press the [R] button inside of battery cover.
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2 Press any Remote fob buttonM
Emergency Power
Emergency Power Supply for Discharged Batteries
If the batteries in the lock have completely failed emergency power can be provided by a 9V battery on the front body.
To Supply Emergency Power
Step
Contact the 9V battery
Icon
Description
Place 9V battery onto the emergency power supply terminal
Touch the keypad with the palm
of your hand
Enter PIN code
Enter the registered PIN code in the keypad.
Press Enter button
Press
button to activate the outer handle.
Expiry Period
The product uses four 1.5V(LR6) alkaline AA batteries. The batteries will last approximately 1 year based on the lock
being used 10 times a day. (Users are advised to use authentic alkaline batteries.)
Low Battery Alarm
You must replace all 4 batteries for the following cases:
* The Low Battery indicator on the front of the lock illuminates
* The Host connected system indicates a low battery in the lock
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN
INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE WASTE BATTERIES REGULATIONS.
The battery life varies according to ambient temperature, humidity, frequency of use and the quality of the battery.
Do not use rechareable batteries. Only alkaline batteries are recommended.
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Resetting the Lock
In the event of losing the master code to the lock, the lock will need to be reset back to factory default settings. This will
mean that all previously configured user codes, remote fobs, key cards/tags, and home automation systems will stop
working. It will also result in the master code being set to the factory default which is ‘123456’
Step
Icon
R
Remove inside cover
Remove a battery from inside the
lock. Then remove the module.
R
Description
Press the two release buttons to remove the
cover of the lock on the inside of the door.
R
R
Take out any battery to remove the power from the lock.
Press and hold the [R] button,
Continue holding the button and
insert battery.
The lock will beep 12 times
followed by a 3 tone ascending
beep
Wait for 10 seconds, a two tone
sound will be heard.
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Continue holding these buttons until the ready sound is heard
R
R
The master code is now set to 123456 and all codes, cards/tags and
fobs are deleted.
Specifications
Specifications
Parts
Specifications
Remarks
Front (Front Body)
64mm(W)x 153mm(H) x 51mm(D)
Zinc die-casting
Operating Temperature
-15˚C - 55˚C (5-131˚ F)
Back(Main Body)
68mm(W)x 120mm(H) x 21mm(D)
PC/ABS
Operating Temperature
-15˚C - 55˚C (5-131˚ F)
Lever
Battery
Zinc die-casting
4EA 1.5V AA alkaline batteries
(Operating voltage 4.5~ 6V)
Lasts appoximately 1 year
(when lock is used 10 times
a day)
* Battery life may vary depending on temperature, moisture levels
frequency of use and the quality of the batteries.
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Guarantee
2 Year Guarantee
Statement
This product is guaranteed for consumers against faulty workmanship, materials and function for a period of 2 years from the
date of purchase providing the full installation and maintenance instructions are followed. Please keep your proof of purchase
safe, this must be submitted when making a claim under this guarantee.
Please note that it is a condition of this guarantee that your Yale product:
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Has been correctly installed and maintained in accordance with theYale installation and maintenance instructions
provided to you at the time of purchase.
Has not been modified or damaged in any way
Has nor been subject to any unauthorised repairs.
Yale installation and maintenance instructions provided to you at the time of purchase.Yale are responsible under this guarantee
for repairing the product or replacing the product as we deem necessary. If there is fault with the product, please contact
Customer Services on 01902 364606, who will give you the name of an expert and will confirm what you need to make a claim
under this guarantee.
Please do not carry out any repairs without our authority or by using an unauthorised expert. Any repairs or other works carried
out without our authorisation or by using an authorised expert will not be covered under this guarantee.
This guarantee is non transferable and applies to products purchased in the United Kingdom only. This guarantee does not apply
to normal wear and tear. This does not affect your statutory rights. A full copy of this guarantee is available upon request by
writing to Yale UK, School Street, Willenhall, West Midlands. WV13 3PW or by visiting our website www.yale.co.uk.
Register Your Guarantee Online
www.yale.co.uk/en/yale/couk/support/
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User Code Log
Pin Codes
Slot Number
Name
Pin Code (Optional)
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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User Key Card/Tag Log
Pin Codes
Slot Number
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
30
Name
Pin Code (Optional)
Remote fob Log
Remote fob
Slot Number
Name
1
2
3
4
5
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Customer Service Helpline
At Yale, we know the importance of providing security products that are easy
to install and use.
However, should you have any questions or experience a problem with your purchase,
please contact our Customer Service Helpline.
Tel: 01902 364606
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.30pm
Email: [email protected]
PLEASE CALL US BEFORE CONTACTING YOUR RETAILER.
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