Yale Updates Assure Smart Lock Aesthetic

Provides Enhanced Security Through Keypad Entry July 31, 2017
Why This Matters

The new lock is a touchscreen, key free design that can be purchased as a standalone keypad lock or with a Yale Network Module for integration into home automation or alarm systems.


Yale Assure Lock SL
 
Yale Locks & Hardware has updated the aesthetic to its Assure Lock family of deadbolts with the launch today of the Yale Assure Lock SL electronic deadbolt.

The new lock is a touchscreen, key free design that can be purchased as a standalone keypad lock or with a Yale Network Module for integration into home automation or alarm systems, including Samsung SmartThings, Wink, and Iris, among many others. The standalone version can be upgraded with a Yale Network Module after purchase.

The Assure Lock SL has a smaller footprint and slimmer profile than other electronic locks, and features a black touchscreen set in a sleek and slender metal bezel. It’s available in three finishes: satin nickel, oil rubbed bronze, and polished brass.

The deadbolt’s look doesn’t sacrifice quality or functionality. It features weather-tight construction, a bright capacitive touchscreen that wakes with a touch, and the keyless design enhances security since there’s no cylinder to pick or bump. When used as a standalone deadbolt, the Assure Lock SL is unlocked by entering a PIN code using the touchscreen. It can hold up to 25 codes, or 250 with a network module, that can be changed or deleted at any time. 

The modular design of the Assure Lock SL makes it easy to enroll the lock in a smart home system with the addition of a Z-Wave, ZigBee, or HomeKit network module, available on Yale2You.com. Z-Wave or ZigBee versions of the Assure Lock SL are compatible with Amazon Alexa when used in conjunction with a Samsung SmartThings Hub and app or Wink Hub and app (Z-Wave only). The Assure SL Non-Connected is priced at $169.99, the Assure SL with Network Module is priced at $219.99, and the Yale Network Modules is priced at $49.99.

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