The Yale YRD210 is a Z-Wave push button deadbolt lock from the Yale Real Living product line that is compatible with the Honeywell L5100 LYNX Touch wireless alarm control panel and the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch and Tuxedo Touch WIFI touchscreen keypads. While the Tuxedo Touch keypads both have integrated Z-Wave home automation controllers, you would need to add the L5100-ZWAVE LYNX Touch Z-Wave controller to your L5100 LYNX Touch wireless alarm control panel, if you wanted to control your Yale Z-Wave lock through your security system. You can use up to (4) Z-Wave locks with each L5100 wireless home automation system.
Unlock more value from your Honeywell security system by adding home automation. The Yale YRD210 deadbolt lock has Z-Wave functionality so that it can be controlled by a Z-Wave home automation controller. Both the Tuxedo Touch and Tuxedo Touch WIFI keypads have integrated Z-Wave controllers so that you can physically lock and unlock your doors right from your touchscreen keypad. If you have an L5100 LYNX Touch equipped with an L5100-ZWAVE, you can even lock and unlock your Yale deadbolt remotely through your Total Connect 2.0 account. The YRD210 deadbolt lock communicates wirelessly with your Z-Wave controller to open or close the deadbolt. Of course, you can also use the push button keypad on the outside face of the YRD210 deadbolt lock to lock or unlock your door. You will need a separate Yale push button lock for each door that you would like to control from your Honeywell Z-Wave home automation controller.
The YRD210 deadbolt lock is compatible with all standard doors. Simply change out your door’s current lockset with the Yale deadbolt which has a motorized tapered bolt that aligns the door during locking, to install your Z-Wave enabled locks. The durable push button keypad will withstand tampering and abuse and the keys illuminate for nighttime use. In addition to these great design features, the Yale Real Living deadbolt is certified by the ANSI/BHMA (Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association) grading system as an A156.35, Grade 2 lock. Grade 2 locks are a step up from ANSI Grade 3 locks which meet the minimum acceptable requirements for residential security so you can install a YRD210 lock with confidence.
With a Yale YRD210 Z-Wave push button deadbolt lock, you can have the lock trigger a Z-Wave scene which will disarm your security system, adjust your Z-Wave thermostat and turn on your Z-Wave enabled lights by simply unlocking the door from your Total Connect 2.0 account. You can also see a history of who has been locking and unlocking your door by looking at the usage history of the Yale Real Living deadbolt lock so you don’t have to wonder if your teenagers are sneaking out of the house in the middle of the night. Currently, remote home automation control of the YRD210 lock, using Total Connect 2.0, is only compatible with an L5100 wireless security system that has been upgraded with the L5100-ZWAVE module. You can use the Tuxedo Touch and Tuxedo Touch WIFI to control your YRD210 deadbolt lock, but full remote home automation control using Total Connect 2.0 is not available with the VISTA Series alarm control panels quite yet.
The Yale deadbolt lock comes in three distinct finishes so that you can choose the lock that will best suit your home’s decor. The permanent oil rubbed bronze version has an antique look, the polished brass version has a bright brass finish and the satin nickel version has has a dull chrome finish (shown in picture). Pick the right finish for each YRD210 deadbolt lock you purchase so that each lock matches the door you are planning to install it on. If you would prefer a touchscreen keypad instead of the push button style, you should look at the Yale YRD220 deadbolt lock instead. The YRD220 touchscreen lock is available in the same finishes as the YRD210 push button lock.