How do I program codes to Yale Real Living ZWAVE lock?

First, you will need to install the Yale Real Living Z-wave deadbolt in the door. We recommend the Yale YRD210 or YRD220. During installation you will connect the cable from the outer keypad to the inner door lock. Make sure you have it installed in the door when doing so. It will auto-calibrate when first connected so it knows which way the door will open. After the lock is properly installed the first step is to "include" the lock into the Lynx Touch alarm panel. You will need to have the Honeywell L5100-ZWAVE module. If you do not have it you will need to install it before moving forward. The alarm panels do not support Z-Wave technology without that controller.

When the lock is ready to be paired go into the "Automation" menu from the home screen. Press the down key followed by Tools. Then press "include devices." Give it a about 30 seconds to initiate the pairing mode. Then include the lock into the system. If it does not include make sure you are within 25 feet and try excluding before including again. After the lock is paired it is time to program codes (termed PINs by Yale).

If you have already setup other access pins on the lock you will want to manually delete them or just default the lock. After you have the master pin setup you will want to setup other PINs at the Honeywell Lynx Touch alarm system. Whether you have a L5100, L5200, L5210 or L7000 they all work the same way. From the touchscreen display home screen on your Lynx Touch, press Security > More > Tools > Enter your Master Code (Default is 1234) > Users.

Now you can create new user codes by pressing "add new" along the bottom. After typing in the 4 digit code, toggle the "Zwave Lock Control" setting to Yes. By doing this, it will automatically send this PIN to the lock and be configured with locking control. If you want that specific code to disarm the alarm system when used to unlock the door you can change "Z-Wave Unlocking Door" to "Disarm." If you want it to simply serve as a PIN for the door without disarming the system just keep that setting disabled. You can repeat these steps for up to 25 users since that is the maximum supported on most Yale Z-Wave locks.

You can also configure the lock so that each time it is locked it will arm your Lynx Touch system. If you want this feature enabled you will need to go back into the Automation menu: Down Key > Advanced Tools > Enter Installer or Master Code (4112 and 1234 by default) > Locking Door. Now you can toggle the locking door selection to Arm Away, Arm Stay or Arm without auto-stay.

Generally one might think to select arm away so that all your sensors are active when you leave your property including the motion detectors. However Lynx Touch panels have a feature called "Auto-Stay" mode that is enabled by default. When enabled if an entry/exit door is not opened during the exit countdown the system will automatically change arming from away with motion active to stay mode which disables the motions. Since you will be arming from outside your home we recommend choosing "Arm without Auto-Stay." If you plan to use this feature while people are still in the protected space you will want to select Stay. This will allow them to operate throughout the premise with the perimeter doors, windows and glass breaks active.

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Ok! Thank you very much.
If the lock is paired to your system then yes, the 4 digit codes will function since the panel itself can recognize the 4 digit codes. Usually the codes from the panel are pushed to the lock.
I have a Honeywell Lynx touch L7000 and a yale real living touch with zwave modules in both devices, the 6 or 8 digits of my users enroled in the lock device works a time, but dont works later, I was enroled this same users in the lynx l7000 but only with 4 digits and work very good, I only can have code users with 4 digits? Regards!
Hmm we will keep this in mind when we get those Assure models on our site. Thanks for the information! We offer some affordable no contract options that include the TC2 automation services for remote access to those locks. Check out our plans if you are interested: https://www.alarmgrid.com/monitoring
Correct. The only Zwave choice is wrong for Bluetooth
So basically Amazon just lists the wrong Z-Wave add-on (or sends the wrong one) when buying the Bluetooth lock that's listed as Z-Wave? Did you notice we offer no-contract monitoring plans online at https://www.alarmgrid.com/monitoring? We're experts on Honeywell and 2Gig systems and offer the TC2 and Alarm.com services. If you aren't under contract now, it would be easy to switch to us if you were interested.
Amazon sells the Zwave module option , but when you buy the Bluetooth Yale lock with Zwave, they don’t have an option for the correct Zwave module as the Bluetooth one is different than non-Bluetooth. I have Honeywell tuxedo touch and use TC 2.0 app. I previously had the 2gig system, and like 2gig better...
It sounds like some of these locks are sold without the Z-Wave module and therefore don't integrate with a Z-Wave controller. Thank you for letting us know how Yale/Amazon solved the issue for you and hopefully that helps James as well. I am curious though, what system are you using your Tuxedo Touch with?
Are you trying to enroll the lock to a Honeywell security system utilizing a Z-Wave controller? If so, which system and Z-Wave controller are you using?
I contacted Yale support. The person that helped me was Sandy.Colquitt@assaabloy.com <mailto:Sandy.Colquitt@assaabloy.com> They were really easy to work with via email. They sent me a RMA # to return the module Amazon sent me, and gave me a $50 credit on my credit card, and sent the Assure Z-Wave Module for Bluetooth.
BRL I have the same problem with my Assure lock... number 7 won't appear. I have also ordered from amazone, but I believe I have the wrong module. What module did Yale refer for your Asure Lock bluetooth?
Richard, unlike the Lynx and Lyric panels, the VAM can not sync users with the Z-Wave lock (see page 10 in the User Guide for the VAM).
Is it possible to add/delete codes using the Honeywell VAM and Z-Wave lock sets?
Thanks for your help- I contacted Yale and they said i have the wrong module. Apparently, there is a special module for the Assure locks. The module choices don't show up online when you purchase, so i'm not sure how anyone would know what to order. I'm in the process of mailing mine back for an exchange now.
I'm not entirely sure what model lock you have, but if you have B1L, there should be a Z-Wave function button on the top right of the lock if you remove the cover. You would need to press and hold that button until the lock beeps twice after putting the Tuxedo into inclusion mode.
Maybe i'm still doing it wrong. I took out the Zwave module. I hit the "add device" function on the honeywell. I went back and put the module back in, put the battery back and still can't get a 7 on the menu. I did this a few times..
No, you actually have to put the Tuxedo in inclusion mode and then hit the function button on the lock to enroll it to the Tuxedo.
Well, I have a Honeywell Tuxedo Touch Zwave. But I thought I had to get the door lock in Enrollment mode before I connected to the Honeywell (?)
What alarm system or Z-Wave controller are you trying to connect the lock to?
I bought the Z-Wave US2.0 CP2.5.3 from Yale. The lock on the door is a Yale Real Living Assure Lock with Bluetooth. I'm not sure what the model number is, i just bought it off of amazon a few days ago. I had to order the module from yale though. Thanks
What is the model number of your Yale Real Living lock? Which Z-Wave controller are you trying to enroll the lock with?
Ok, I ended up getting the Yale Real Living Assure deadbolt for the front door. On this lock, i can transfer the user codes via bluetooth and manage it that way. BUT, when I try to install the Z-wave module (take battery out, push in module), no menu choice (7) comes up to enroll the module. Any suggestions?
Yes, you can use the 5800C2W module to convert wired zones into wireless zones that could then be programmed into the Lyric system. Existing wired keypads, sirens and life safety sensors would not work with the Lyric or the 5800C2W, but the Lyric supports a wireless keypad (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-lkp500 ) and a wireless siren (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-sixsiren) and the Honeywell wireless smoke/heat detectors (https://www.alarmgrid.com/browse/smoke-and-heat-detectors/brands/honeywell ) work with the Lyric as well.
You could use the Honeywell 5800C2W (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/honeywell-5800c2w ) or 2GIG TAKE-345 (https://www.alarmgrid.com/products/2gig-take-345 ) module to convert existing wired zones into wireless zones that would work with the 2GIG all-in-one wireless systems.
Would moving to a 2gig and alarm.com allow for the use of the pre-wired door and window sensors? I preferred the 2gig and alarm.com in my previous house vs the Tuxedo Touch. Not sure if it's wise to try and switch.
So, let's say you have Tuxedo Touch in a house that is pre-wired for sensors on the doors, etc. Then you look into a Lyric, is this how it is?: Anything that's wired to the system will not work with the Lyric system. The Lyric system is the same as the Lynx System. All wireless systems are self contained. The only thing we can use with the 5800 Converter is the doors, windows and motions. With that being said you would have to purchase additional keypads that come with the lyric. You cant use hard wired keypads or life safety devices with a self contained system
Thanks!
Yes, you can use the Lyric or LYNX Touch to integrate with Z-Wave locks and manage the lock codes through the panel's Users screen. The Lyric is the latest and greatest all-in-one wireless system from Honeywell and if you wanted to tie in wired zones, you'd need to use the 5800C2W (https://www.alarmgrid.com/documents/honeywell-5800c2w-installation-manual ). Just to be clear, you wouldn't be able to fully change a panel user code via the Total Connect 2.0 app and have it update the lock. That type of change would need to be done locally from the Lyric (or LYNX Touch) panel.
I have the Tuxedo Touch and I can add the Yale real living keyless deadbolt, but I cannot manage users through the panel or TC 2.0. I'm told I can on the Lynx. Which is a better system? All my doors/windows are hard wired to the control box. Further, what about the Lyric? Will that allow me to add/delete/manage users and door codes? I used to be able to do this on my 2gig with alam.com interface. Thanks
Unfortunately this is not possible on the L5200. However you can keep the Veralite enrolled as the primary controller and continue to use both controllers. Please email us at support@alarmgrid.com for further assistance on shifting primary and secondary control.
I have a veralite z-wave controller that I can add/delete codes for my kwikset 910 remotely which is great for my vacation rental. Is this possible using the Honeywell 5200L? I purchased the 5200L for our home monitoring and have been adding z-wave lights and switches. I would also like the ability to remotely add/delete deadbolt codes. Any input would be great. Changing to a different lock is not an option as I do not wish to purchase new keysets due to the costs. Thanks!
I might try that again when I have time. I actually did that as well as turn off zwave control for all Lynx PINs. I didn't add any users to the lock after the reset. It was bizzare though that the user 1 code on the lock would disarm the system even though the same pin would not disarm the panel when used on the panel. Then again, the whole unlock/disarm when the panel glitched out (before I can enter a code) was equally confusing. It happens when you wake the panel up on a locked door and begin to type in a code. Screen goes black (asleep). Instinctively, you press your hand on the pad to wake it again. It wakes up as you expect, but it immediately unlocks/disarms!!! (without ever having entered a complete code).
User 1 is in the installer and User 2 is the master code. In order for a PIN on the door lock to be capable of disarming the system, you must enable the "Zwave lock control" and set the "Zwave locking door" selection to "disarm." Without setting this to a user code in the user menu, the matching PIN should not be able to disarm the alarm system. Even after excluding the door lock from the alarm system the user codes will remain. Have you checked the user codes in programming and verified that the "lock control" setting is set to no? User #'s on the panel may not match up to Pin #'s on the lock. For example, I setup the master PIN to match user #3 on the panel. I did this because of the bug with the User #2 (master) not working to disarm the system when opening the door lock. This can be confusing but it is important to note that User #s and PIN #s are not the same thing. It sounds like you should exclude the lock. Then reset your Z-wave controller and re-include it. If you would like assistance with this we are available by the phone number listed on the website.
I'm pretty sure that the master code was disarming the panel too. My dilemma, was I 1st had all the codes entered manually into both devices (even using the same user numbers on each device for simplicity. The lock gives me the option of using 1-250 I think (with Zwave). In programming, I wnet back and deleted some of the users on the lock fully expecting them to not be active, but since they were in the Z-wave they continued to work on the lock. At 1st that was disturbing, because I didn't know the zwave was pushing them down. I would delete and delete on the lock, but the number continued to work. then PINs that I entered would work and stop working once I turned off zwave control at the panel (as if the zwave could not tell the difference between its pushed down PIN and an identical PIN programmed to a user on the lock). On my 5100, I think the master is user #2. That added to my confusion in the article. I don't know who user #1 is (maybe installer?) Concerned that the lock was telling me to use codes 1-250, i thought the lock might not be happy if I don't use user#1, so I did, but did not enter that code into the 5100. To my surprise, it unlocked the lock AND disarmed the panel. I didn't believe that code was in my panel so I tested it by arming the panel and using this code to attempt a panel-based disarm and is did not disarm on the panel, but it disarmed for some reason as user #1 on the lock. At about this point I figured out that the zwave was pushing down the codes so quickly decided to reset lock to factory settings and start over without adding any codes (other than a required master) to the lock and it worked fine. I have not added other arbitrary codes to the lock user #1, but it seems like lock programmed user 1 might be able to disarm the panel regardless. One other alarming discovery....I found the lock on occasion will glitch while attempting to wake it up and enter a code and it responds by unlocking the door and disarming the panel!!! I'm going to call support, but its not easily reproducible. It occurred about 5-6 times while testing. Overall, I'm a little weary of this lock. Some locks with key chambers can be flipped open with a paper clip (see youtube). My 1st lock would freeze within about 10 seconds of connecting to panel, and my 2nd lock has this glitch.
Hi WikiM, I apologize for any confusion. There are two ways to skin the cat here. You can manually enter pins into the Yale door lock if you do not want to send all of your codes from the panel to the lock. I have found that the master code from an L5200 will not work on the yale lock in order to disarm it, only sub users have the ability to do it. Have you experienced otherwise?
I found these instructions to be a little off. Initially, I set matching PINs on both the lock and the Lynx and found my codes working then not working then working. After resetting the lock to factory settings I then registered the lock with a new master code only. I then simply went to my 5100 panel and Tool>users>edit with zwave lock control to Yes and Z-wave Unlocking door to "disarm". The lock didn't seem to like to have the PINs used in the Lynx programmed also programmed to the lock directly and apparently, the 5100 will push the codes over for any user with "zwave lock control set to "yes". I believe you can still add additional pins to the lock if needed that aren't going to disarm, but for any PINs you want to disarm, just push them over from the panel.
It's not possible to have two installer codes so I imagine one really isn't working or one is actually a Master Code or sub User code instead of installer code. If you try the Installer Code + 800 sequence, only one four digit code should work.
Thanks a lot. It is working. I have changed installer code to new, but the old and new both, are active. How to remove the old 4112.
I responded to this on the other page you posted the same question - https://www.alarmgrid.com/faq/how-do-i-enter-programming-on-a-6160-keypad
I have replaced Old Ademco 15P with new Ademco 15p due to false alarm. Using Keypad 6160, (I also have 6150) I have changed address. When I press * and #, I can see “CON ADDR=16” The problem is when I press 4 1 1 2 8 0 0 (Keypad accepts only 6 digits, not the 7th “0") , so I can not get to program mode. If I press 1 2 3 4 8 0 2, again the keypad does not accept the last digit “2”) If I reboot and press * and #, It says “Busy-StandBy” and says “Disarmed, Hit * for Faults” and keypad doing nothing. What I am doing not right? Need your help.
Ademco 15P and Honeywell 6160 keypad

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