Yale Assure YRD226-ZW2

Z-Wave Plus Touchscreen Deadbolt

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Tap your code and go. Designed for inclusion into IoT networks running Z-Wave — and the lock of choice for Secret Agents — the Yale Assure Touchscreen programs from your smartphone and makes a striking impression. Self installs in about 30 minutes, and locks itself after 30-seconds; useful on days when the caffeine wears off too soon.

Your Current Selections:
Your Current Selections:
  • Remotely lock and unlock doors from any web-enabled device
  • Receive text or email messages to your cell phone from pre-programmed alerts
  • Program user access by date and time
  • Customize features such as privacy, language, and re-lock time
  • Confirm the status and remaining battery life of your locks remotely
  • Audit Capable – View transaction history in real-time

Lock Features

  • Innovative, tamper-resistant keyless entry security deadbolt
  • Sleek, capacitive touchscreen with Voice-Assisted Programming
  • Contemporary, high-tech look and feel
  • Easy to use, install, and program
  • Fast retrofit of traditional deadbolts
  • Tapered bolt accommodates misaligned doors
  • Users — 25, add/delete individually
  • Enroll up to 250 users when lock is connected to a Z-Wave network
  • Illuminated touchscreen for night time access
  • One year battery life; low battery warning
  • Deadbolt motor; motorized bolt in and out
  • Non-handed, compatible with left and right swinging doors
  • Door Conditions:  For use on all standard interior and exterior doors
  • Multiple architectural finishes
  • Adjustable Backset:  2 3/8″ or 2 3/4″
  • Key Override:  Yale KW-1 5-pin brass cylinder supplied. Optional SC-1 5-pin brass cylinder available upon request. 2 keys provided

To call the Assure Z-Wave Plus deadbolt merely a lock misses the mark by a mile.  It is much more.  Sure it will keep your doorway secure as good or better than any lock.  But we like to think of the Yale Real Living deadbolt as a lock with special powers.  When connected to a Z-Wave controller — it’s source of higher intelligence — the Yale Z-Wave touchscreen deadbolt brings magic to your home.  As any home technology junkie knows, remote control and automation is the ultimate home experience.  We’re use to controlling our TV with the remote.  With this Z-Wave lock by Yale, you can remotely control access to your home with a few clicks on your smart phone or PC.  Imagine monitoring what time the kids come home when you’re catching a movie.  Imagine checking to see if your front door, door to garage, or back door is unlocked, and locking your entire house down remotely from your Blackberry or iPhone.  You could do this when you’re at work, away on business, at the mall, or on vacation.  That’s why this Yale lock is getting talked about as though it could quite possibly be the world’s best remote control home door lock.  Not only do you get the convenience of keyless entry, when you integrate this wireless door lock into a Z-Wave home automation system, you can operate the deadbolt remotely.  Now when you can’t rush home to be there you can provide a relative or electrician temporary access.  You can get text & email notifications when your loved ones arrive.  You can setup events when a correct security code is entered at the lock’s keypad.  For instance, you could make your living room lights illuminate when you unlock your door.  Or maybe you want your security camera pointed at your door to begin recording when your child enters after school.  Many of the Z-Wave home automation systems even let you trigger your wireless thermostat to begin cooling or warming once you put in the correct security code.  Attend any home show and vendors will line up to show you ten-thousand dollar home automation systems.  While incredible to look at, they are usually a little more than you want to spend, and overkill for what most need or want anyway.  That’s why Yale Real Living goes to the front of the line for anyone looking for high-end remote security, home monitoring, home control, home automation, and the convenience of a millionaire’s lifestyle. Modest, or mansion, Yale Real Living Z-Wave touchscreen deadbolt locks add value to your home, can be enjoyed and used by any member of your family, and help you sell your residence faster when competing against other design-forward homes in your area.

About Yale
Reaching back nearly 150 years, Yale is one of the oldest international brands in the world and one of the best-known names in the locking industry. The Yale history captures major innovations that have marked the evolution not just of Yale, but of the entire locking industry.

Exterior Dimensions

6 1/16 (H) x 2 3/4 (W) x 1 3/8 (D) in.

Inside Dimensions

6 7/8 (H) x 3 (W) x 2 1/8 (D) in.

Battery Type


Battery Life

1 Year

Wireless Protocol

Z-Wave Plus

Code Length

4 to 8 Digits

Code Capacity



2 3/8 to 2 3/4 in. adjustable

Door Thickness Minimum

1 3/4 in. (1 3/8 in. requires special thin door gasket)

Door Thickness Maximum

2 1/4 in.

Door Handing

Self-handed (please hand while in unlocked position)

Door Prep

Standard 2 1/8 in. Cross-Bore, Edge Bore: 1 in.

Door Stile Width

Minimum 3 1/2 in.




Assure, Yale Home

Lock Features

Auto Relocking, Remote Control, Z-Wave Plus


Ring Video Doorbell

Door Opening


Locking Device


Access Type

Key, Keypad – Digits




Kwikset KW1

ANSI Rating

A156.36, Grade 2 (Better)

BHMA Rating

Grade 2 (Better)

Battery Temperature Range

14°F to 131°F

Outside Operating Temperature Range

-22°F to 140°F (-30°C to 60°C)

Inside Operating Temperature Range

5°F to 158°F (-15°C to 70°C)

Storage Temperature Range

-40° to 185°F (-40° to 85°C)


5 lbs


1 Year Electronic, Limited Lifetime Mechanical and Finish


Weather Resistant Exterior

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What others are saying

  1. Dion Krause (verified owner)

    Solid lock. Easy to install. The Cadillac of door locks

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  2. Great Product, Installs easy, works with Vivint and Z-Wave

    S Misra (verified owner)

    I installed this lock at a small office and really love it. The programming is easy and it comes with the Z-Wave integration which means I can control it from my Vivint panel for remote unlock and lock. The battery seems to last quite a bit also.

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Q What is the typical battery life? answer now
    Asked by Tim on November 25, 2021 3:14 PM
    Answered by the admin

    One to two years depending on usage. 

  2. Answered by the admin

    The locks would need to be connected to a supported Z-Wave hub that has internet access. There are several different options for this such as SmartThings, Ezlo, or Behome247 depending on the features that you desire. 

  3. Q What type of screw secures the back panel? answer now
    Asked by Patrick Braaf on April 13, 2021 8:12 AM
    Answered by the admin

    The back plate is secured using Phillips head screws. 

  4. Answered by the admin

    The exterior unit is weather resistant but the interior side is not weather rated. This model is not recommended for gate applications where both sides of the lock are exposed to the elements.

  5. Answered by the admin

    This schedule could only be accomplished if the lock is paired with a smart home system that supports scheduled events, such as Vera. The lock does not have this capability if used as a standalone unit.

  6. Answered by the admin

    Please follow the below to delete all user codes and set the Master PIN code back to the
    default "12345678".
    1. Remove the batteries and then remove the inside unit to access the reset button.
    2. The reset button is located above the PCB cable connector in the center.
    3. Hold down the reset button for a minimum of 3 seconds and then reinstall the batteries; once the batteries are properly installed, release the reset button.
    4. Reassemble the lock and all features should now be returned to factory default.

  7. Answered by the admin

    This model is a deadbolt only to be used in conjunction with your existing handle set.

  8. Q Does this lock include the z-wave module? answer now
    Asked by Joe on December 7, 2019 10:12 PM
    Answered by the admin

    Yes, this lock is shipped with the Z-Wave module in the packaging (not installed in the lock). 

  9. Q How many devices can use the zwave yaledeadbolt. answer now
    Asked by robert Rano on November 13, 2019 4:30 PM
    Answered by the admin

    The Yale YRD Z-Wave lock can only be paired to one Z-Wave hub at a time. However, any number of devices can typically be used to access the smart hub for control of the paired devices. 

  10. Q How do you change the battery? answer now
    Asked by Bronwyn Spira on June 17, 2019 10:11 PM
    Answered by the admin

    To change the batteries on this lock, you will need to remove the black cover that is at the top of the interior unit. Once removed, simply exchange the 4 AA batteries inside and reattach the cover!

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