Yale nexTouch AUR-NTM-62
Sectional Mortise Touchscreen Keypad Lock
$601.07 – $613.93
Wireless Capable – Pairs to Z-Wave Systems
Step up your property’s security with nexTouch! Skip the lockouts, re-keying, and expensive hard-wiring. Fast, effortless monitoring of doors, generate secure on-demand access codes, and control connected Z-Wave devices all from a centralized hub.
- Backlit capacitive touchscreen keypad – pushbutton model also available
- Designed for small business applications
- Integrates seamlessly with existing Z-Wave alarm and automation systems, including VeraEdge and VeraPlus controllers
- User capacity: 25-500*
- Easy to install; standard door prep, 2-1/8″ cross-bore, 1″ edge bore
- Augusta lever
- Enables easy and remote management of access rights
- Reduces cost of re-keying
- Includes cylinder override
- Voice prompted programming
- Provides real-time notifications
- Privacy mode to lockout keypad entry
- Low battery indicator
- Weather resistant seal
- 9V battery back-up
*500 Users with Wireless, 25 Users Stand-alone without Wireless
Don’t waste time and money with lockouts, lost keys, and cumbersome key management. Skip the hassle and go keyless with the Yale nexTouch Sectional Mortise Lock. This heavy-duty mortise lock is equipped with a sleek capacitive touchscreen for digital code entry and a ADA friendly lever. Quickly generate secure digital codes to send to staff, vendors, and guests and monitor doors with real-time notifications. The nexTouch Z-Wave series easily integrates into your existing or new Z-Wave network, providing streamlined and centralized property management without having to install extra software. The lock’s low-battery indicator alerts you when it’s time to change batteries, and the 9V battery backup on the exterior prevents a lockout should the lock lose power. In case of emergency, a manual key override is available. Ideal for multi-family, small business, or mixed-use properties.
Benefits of Z-Wave Plus vs. Classic Z-Wave
- Latest advancements in Chip Technology
- Equipped with latest “Next Gen” hardware
- Enhanced security features
- Improved RF range +39%
- Improved battery life +30%
- Lock will be enrolled with “One Button Enrollment” feature
This is Z-Wave device that can be controlled remotely by connecting it to one of these systems.
Home Automation is a style of living. It is about always being connected to the home you love. These systems* allow you to control your connected home devices such as door locks, thermostats, lights, motion sensors, cameras, water sensors, and more, all remotely from a computer or smartphone.
*Also works with Samsung SmartThings, Wink, Iris, ADT Pulse, Alarm.com, Honeywell, HomeSeer, LG Smart Security, Staples’ Connect, Harmony by Logitech, and many more.
Strengthen your Z-Wave network with a Signal Repeater
2 3/4 in.
|Door Thickness Minimum|
1 3/4 in
|Door Thickness Maximum|
1 3/4 in.
|Door Stile Width|
Minimum 3 1/2 in.
Assa Abloy, Yale
Grade 1 (Best)
Grade 1 (Best)
Keypad – Digits
Standard 2 1/8 in. Cross-Bore
Audit Trail, Privacy/Lockdown, Remote Control, Scheduling, Z-Wave Plus
Yale Commercial SFIC
Mortise, Mortise w/Deadbolt
25-500* (500 Users with Wireless)
4 to 6 Digits
3 Year Manufacturer
Customer Questions & Answers
- Q Does the keypad operate the deadbolt or just the latch? answer nowAsked by May 28, 2019 7:39 PMonAnswered by the admin
If the lock is ordered with the mortise/deadbolt combo, the lock will control the deadbolt as well as the latch.
- Q Is this compatible with any smart home devices like Amazon Alexa? answer nowAsked by February 17, 2019 4:04 PMonA
Amazon Alexa is not a smart home device but an AI used by Amazon. The lock works with a Z-wave Hub such as the VeraPlus. The Hub can be interlinked with an Amazon Echo which then using Alexa could speak to the Hub which would open the lock.
- Q If I lock the deadbolt from inside can a user unlock without a key from the outside? Can a user l... answer nowAsked by February 16, 2019 3:27 PMonA
Yes, a key will always be able to lock and unlock the deadbolt.
- Q The Specs state "500 Users with Wireless". What does that "wireless" business refer to? Also can ... answer nowAsked by November 21, 2018 2:14 AMonA
If you use the Z-wave function of the lock with a Z-wave Hub you can use up to 500 users. If you use the lock as a stand-alone lock being programmed at the door you can only use 25 users. The scheduling is dependent on the Z-wave hub software. With certain Z-wave hubs, you can do a single door schedule that controls the lock and is not user specific but lock specific only e.g. you have an 8-5 passage mode the lock will unlock at 8 and re-lock at 5 but it does not affect the specific users as a whole. With most Z-wave applications you can only do a single schedule per person and not for large groups of people. But again, this is all dependent upon the Z-wave hub you use and the software that it uses for control.
- Q How many cycles for the latch and deadbolt is the lock rated for on one set of AA batteries? answer nowAsked by November 14, 2018 9:13 PMonA
The average is one year with standard usage.
- Q Do I have to mount the keypad on the door itself or just close by? answer nowAsked by November 3, 2018 1:56 AMonA
Yes, this must be mounted on the door together.