Yale Assure Lock SL YRD256-ZW2-619 Z-Wave Plus Unboxing Installation & Setup

I got mine on Amazon: Installing my new Yale Assure Lock SL – Yale’s newest touchscreen keyless Z-Wave Plus enabled lock (also works with ZigBee or iM1 for HomeKit compatibility, wireless module sold separately)

@4:00 Unboxing Assure Lock SL
@9:09 Removing Old Z-Wave Lock
@13:55 Installing New Lock
@17:35 How to set correct door handing direction
@21:45 Menu Settings

Also in this video, I’m comparing it with my old Yale YRD240-ZW-605 z-wave enabled lock, which I’ve had used for the last two years.

The reason I’m upgrading to the new Assure Lock SL is that I liked the new minimalist design of the touchpad. The new lock also extends the automatic door locking time from 30 seconds to up to 3 minutes, which is a much-welcomed option for people who tend to forget to lock their doors. The new lock’s deadbolt locking mechanism is also slightly quieter than the old model. But the spoken voice volume seems lower than before.

Official User Manual:

Official Installation Video:

3 Replies to “Yale Assure Lock SL YRD256-ZW2-619 Z-Wave Plus Unboxing Installation & Setup”

  1. JPer

    Talk about a perfect review for this lock. You hit a lot of questions I had, so thank you sir.
    I will be buying it.
    Quick question, what hub are you using with this lock?
    Also, an update in the near future would be nice as well.

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