Yale Assure Lock 2 is Now Available with Z-Wave
One of the most versatile smart locks can now be purchased with Z-Wave Module included to secure your smart home.
One of the most versatile smart locks on the market today is the Yale Assure Lock 2. How do we know this? Because we have tested many smart locks over the past 7 years and recently tested the Yale Assure Lock 2. (See our full review here.)This new Yale smart lock is versatile because it can work on any wireless connection. If your smart home works on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-Wave, or soon a Matter wireless connection, the Yale Assure Lock works. All you have to do is make sure the Yale Module inside the Yale lock works with the wireless protocol you need for your home.
Today, Yale customers can easily buy an individual Yale Module for Wi-Fi, Z-Wave Plus, Zigbee, and Apple HomeKit. (Note: Bluetooth is built-in to Yale Assure Lock 2 and does not require a module.) These "Gameboy-looking cartridges" are available on the Yale Home site, are easy to install, and can be interchangeable. Suppose you are a homeowner wanting to integrate their smart lock with a home security system or other smart devices. In that case, the Yale Module makes it easy to change your wireless connection without replacing the entire lock. We have also found the Modules useful if you move into a new home with Yale Assure smart locks. But remember, if you want to buy the full Yale Assure Lock 2 with the Yale Module included, you can only buy Yale Assure 2 locks with Bluetooth or Wi-Fi modules until today.
Yale Modules look like those old "Gameboy" cartridges but can connect your Yale Locks with almost any wireless protocol.GearBrain
Yale Home released Yale Assure Lock 2 with Z-Wave, an extension of the company’s latest and most advanced collection of smart locks. The award-winning Assure Lock 2 collection offers Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Z-Wave connectivity, giving customers more connectivity options to best suit their smart home.
Yale Assure Lock 2 with Z-Wave is compatible with top Z-Wave smart home platforms and alarm systems, including Ring Alarm and Samsung SmartThings. Customers can pair Assure Lock 2 with Z-Wave to these platforms to remote power operations and voice assistant capabilities and create one-touch scenes and automation to help with everyday activities while benefiting from the overall convenience and security that Assure Lock 2 offers.
Yale Assure Lock 2 with Z-Wave is now available on ShopYaleHome.com, with Amazon coming soon. The locks are available in four models with the Z-Wave Smart Module in the box, including touchscreen, keypad, keyed or key-free. They are available in three finishes, including satin nickel, black suede, and oil-rubbed bronze, with prices ranging from $189.99-$209.99. Current Assure Lock 2 customers can purchase a standalone Z-Wave Smart Module for $99.99 on ShopYaleHome.com.
The new Yale Assure Lock 2 with Z-Wave is a nice addition to the Yale Assure Lock 2 line. Since many of your smart home security systems work on a Z-Wave connection, adding this bundle will make it easier for smart lock buyers to add a smart lock to their existing smart home setup and get unified control.
If you need help finding out if the Yale Assure Smart Lock 2 is compatible with your existing smart devices, remember you can visit our smart home compatibility find engine, The GearBrain. It will help you find, buy, and connect any smart device and any smart device that is compatible with the ones you already have in your smart home. It's free, and we will even store your owner manuals and warranties for free in your own MyGear section.
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