Overview: The Nest x Yale Lock is a Wi-Fi enabled deadbolt lock. Nest
has partnered with Yale, one of the world's best lock hardware developers, to
bring you this innovative smart lock. This key-free lock lets you lock and
unlock your door with a digital passcode. You can give the passcode to people
you trust, instead of a key. You can also lock and unlock your door from
anywhere through the Nest app. The lock connects to your Wi-Fi network through
the included Nest Connect Wi-Fi extender (or an installed Nest Guard hub). The
Next x Yale Lock comes with an inside lock, keypad, deadbolt, strike plate,
batteries, and installation hardware.
Door Compatibility: The Nest x Yale Lock can be installed on entry
doors made of wood, metal, or fiberglass. The door should be 1-3/8", 1-3/4", or
2" to 2-1/4" in thickness. This will include most standard doors. The lock hole
center should be either 2-3/8" or 2-3/4" from the edge of the door.
Inside Lock: The Inside Lock contains the mechanics of the lock, as
well as the compartment for the four included "AA" alkaline batteries that power
the lock. A thumb-turn is provided for manually locking or unlocking the
deadbolt from the inside. Dimensions: Width 2.796", Height 7.03", Depth 1.557"
(2.05" including thumb-turn knob).
Keypad: The Keypad is the brain of the Nest x Yale Lock. It installs
on the outside of the door where your deadbolt keyhole would typically be. The
keypad has ten numeric touch keys (1 through 0), the Yale logo (to wake up the
lock), Back and Check buttons, and a Settings button. Warning Status and Low
Battery indicators are also included. The touch keys and buttons are backlit,
and are only visible when the lock is activated. To lock or unlock the Nest x
Yale Lock, enter your passcode on the keypad and press the check button. Even if
your Wi-Fi goes down, you can still lock and unlock the door with the keypad.
Dimensions: Width 2.589", Height 4.604", Depth 0.717" (1.9" overall).
Power Requirements: The Nest x Yale Lock is powered by four "AA"
alkaline batteries. Battery life is typically one year. (Rechargeable batteries
are not recommended.) A 9-volt battery connection on the bottom of the keypad
allows you to power the lock in case the installed batteries fail.
Nest Connect/Nest Guard: The Nest x Yale Lock will not
connect to your Wi-Fi network directly. You must have a Nest Connect (included)
or Nest Guard (Wi-Fi hub for Nest Secure) connected to your Wi-Fi network. The
Nest x Yale Lock uses Weave, a proprietary and secure communications protocol
that works with the many Nest-branded hardware. If you install more than one
door lock, you may need to install another Nest Connect or Nest Guard, or
install the Nest Connect halfway between your router and your lock.
Nest App: The Nest app lets you know who's coming in or
going out your front door. When someone locks or unlocks the door, the Nest app
can send an alert. If you have visitors that need entry to your home, you can
give them a temporary passcode instead of a key, and set the times when the
passcode expires. The Home/Away Assist and Auto-Lock features can be programmed
to automatically lock your door when you leave. If someone tampers with the Next
x Yale Lock, you'll receive a notification on the app. To give everyone in your
household the ability to lock/unlock the door with the app, you should use a
Family Account. The Nest app can control other Nest products at the same time,
including the Next Learning Thermostat, Nest Secure alarm system, Nest Protect
smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, the Nest Hello door camera, and the Nest
variety of security cameras. The app is compatible with Apple devices (iPhone,
iPad, iPod touch) running iOS 10.0 or later. It is also compatible with select
devices running Android (version varies with the device). The Nest application
for laptops and desktop computers is available for Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X
v10.9 or later, with the latest versions of Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome,