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  • What is a virtual key?

    You can send virtual keys so that friends and family members can gain access to your home, even if you are not around. Once you have granted access to a user, you can manage who can enter your property by disabling or deleting users through the Yale Home App. Virtual keys can be scheduled or made permanent for ultimate control of your home.

  • What is a ‘Module’, and do I need one for my keyless door lock?

    By installing either a Sync Module, Access Module and Wi-Fi Bridge or Z-Wave Module 2 into your digital door lock, this creates a link between your smart lock and your smartphone. You are therefore able to control your lock from anywhere in the world and receive real-time notifications, in the event that the door is ever unlocked unexpectedly. You will also be able to use leading voice assistants like Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa to unlock your door and check-in on the status of it. Please note, voice assistants will not be able to lock the door for you as the Keyless Connected requires manual assistance.

    In terms of needing a module in your digital door lock, it’s completely up to you. If you are looking to create a complete home automation system, then a module might be a good option.

  • How do I know if the Keyless Connected Smart Lock is the right lock for my door?

    The Keyless Connected Smart Lock is suitable for wooden doors and is compatible with most UK 60mm Backset Nightlatches. For more on this, use our Smart Lock Compatibility Checker to find your perfect fit.

  • Is the Keyless Connected Smart Lock easy to install?

    We offer professional Yale Smart Door Lock Installation however if you would prefer to install this lock yourself, please follow the manual that is included in your smart door lock kit. Alternatively, you can watch our ‘how to install’ tutorial here>.

  • What happens if the batteries run flat?

    You will be alerted in advance if the batteries are running low. This will give you the opportunity to replace them before they run out of charge. Should the batteries be drained, there is a 9v battery connection port on the bottom of the device, which can be used to power the lock to gain entry using one of your credentials to your property – via your Yale Virtual Key, Key Tag, Key Card or Phone Tag.

    In the event that you have had to gain access to the entry via the 9v battery override, you will be required to replace your current batteries with 4 x AA alkaline batteries. It is not possible to use rechargeable batteries with the Keyless Connected Smart Lock as rechargeable batteries have a lower voltage.

  • What happens if my internet goes down?

    Should your internet connectivity go down, you can still operate your Keyless Connected Smart Lock via the PIN code, key card, key tag or remote fob. Providing your smart door lock has a module and you are standing in front of the door, you will also be able to unlock your door using the Yale Home App. This is because the smart door lock with module uses Bluetooth to communicate with your mobile device, so does not solely rely on Wi-Fi connectivity.

    The Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge is required to access the smart features of this product – wireless entry, real-time notifications, status updates and compatibility with leading voice assistants.