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Yale Real Living Assure Lever Keypad Lock (YRL216) Electronic door lock and lever with backlit buttons (Black Suede)

Item # 198L216NRB

Add a key-free entry option to side doors, basements, or other single-hole doors in your home.

Add a key-free entry option to side doors, basements, or other single-hole doors in your home.

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Item # 198L216NRB

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About the Yale Real Living Assure Lever Keypad Lock (YRL216)

Emily S.

Double your entry options

Want to add a convenient security solution to a side entrance, basement door, or interior room? The Assure Lever from Yale is designed specifically for those types of single-hole doors — in other words, doors without deadbolts. The lock can store up to 25 unique entry codes chosen by you. These codes are between 4 and 8 digits, and they can be created or removed at any time using the keypad.

Double your entry options

Want to add a convenient security solution to a side entrance, basement door, or interior room? The Assure Lever from Yale is designed specifically for those types of single-hole doors — in other words, doors without deadbolts. The lock can store up to 25 unique entry codes chosen by you. These codes are between 4 and 8 digits, and they can be created or removed at any time using the keypad.

Yale Real Living Lever Lock on door

Yale's Real Living Lever Lock comes in your choice of three colors: satin nickel (shown), oil rubbed bronze, and polished brass.

The backlit keypad on this version has actual buttons, which I love. Use your unique code to unlock the door. Then press any button to lock it as you leave. The lock also includes two keys — great for members of the household who might prefer the more traditional approach.

If you want similar functionality for a door with a deadbolt, check out this version.

You can make it smarter, if you want

The Assure Lever on its own is a great way to add coded entry to your home. But it's also compatible with Yale's Network Modules if you want to add smart home integration. Modules for Z-Wave® or Connected By August (sold separately) are simply inserted into the interior side of the lock.

Adding a network module also increases your possible pin options from 25 to 250. If that sounds cool, you can pick up this kit with the Connect By August module included.

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Product highlights:

  • electronic door lock and lever for single-hole doors (without a deadbolt)
  • create up to 25 unique passcodes between 4 and 8 digits in length
  • backlit buttons are easy to see
  • unlock the door with passcode or key (two keys included)
  • program to lock automatically or with one touch of any key
  • compatible with Yale Wi-Fi Smart Module and Z-Wave Plus Module (both sold separately) for expanded features and smart home integration
    • lock can allow remote access, store up to 250 entry codes, and more when upgraded with either module
Compatibility:
  • fits doors 1-3/8" to 1-3/4" thick
  • fits doors with a backset distance of 2-3/8" or 2-3/4" (measurement from the edge of the door to the center of the bore hole)
  • face bore hole: 2-1/8"
  • edge bore hole: 1"
Specs and warranty:
  • powered by 4 replaceable "AA" batteries (included)
  • exterior: 2-9/16"W x 6-1/16"H x 2-7/16"D (lever length: 4-1/4")
  • interior: 2-3/4"W x 6-7/16"H x 3"D
  • warranty: limited lifetime warranty for finish and mechanical; one year for electronics
  • MFR # YRL216-NR-BSP

What's in the box:

  • Interior lock assembly (Black Suede) with attached battery cover
  • Interior mounting plate (attached)
  • Keypad (Black Suede) with attached 6" cable
  • 2 Levers (Black Suede)
  • Latch assembly
  • Strike plate
  • Battery cover key
  • 4 AA alkaline batteries
  • 4 Combination screws (#7 Wood + #8-32 machine x 20mm)
  • 2 Machine screws (#8-32 x 5/16")
  • 2 Pan Head Machine screws (M4 x 22mm)
  • 2 Wood screws (length 3")
  • Keyed lock cylinder
  • 1 Key
  • Installation and Programming Instructions
  • Door marking template
  • Support/Registration sheet (yellow)

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More details on the Yale Real Living Assure Lever Keypad Lock (YRL216)

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Features

Overview: The Yale Assure Lever Keypad (YRL216-NR) is a standalone push-button lever lock for single-hole doors (without a separate dead-bolt), including side entries, garages, basements, and more. The lock offers keyless entry through the use of the backlit push-button keypad, or keyed entry, if desired. One key is included. You can store up to 25 unique entry codes, between 4 and 8 digits, to gain entry to your door. The Yale Assure lever lock is powered by 4 "AA" alkaline batteries (included). The Assure Lever Keypad comes with a Black Suede finish and is covered by a Limited Lifetime warranty for the finish and mechanical operation of the lock. The electronics are covered for one year.

Door Compatibility: You can install the Yale Assure Lever Lock on doors with a thickness of 1-3/8" to 1-3/4". The door should have a backset distance of 2-3/8" or 2-3/4" (from the edge of the door to the center of the bore hole), with a face bore hole of 2-1/8" and an edge bore hole of 1".

Installation Overview: The Yale Assure Lever Keypad fits left-handed or right-handed doors. Once you have removed the existing door hardware, you should use the included template to be sure your door is compatible (with the proper door thickness, backset placement, and bore hole size). The new latch and strike plate are installed in the bore holes. There are two components of the door lock -- the external escutcheon with the keypad, and the internal escutcheon with the battery compartment. The external unit is mounted to the door and attached to the inside mounting plate on the other side with the long through screws. The two units plug together via the 10-pin cable attached to the keypad unit. The internal escutcheon mounts to the mounting plate via two short screws. Once the levers and other hardware are installed and tested mechanically, you can install the 4 "AA" batteries into the slot in the battery compartment.

Yale Assure Lock Features: The Yale Assure Lock offers the following general features:

  • Master Entry Code: The Lever Lock is protected by a Master Entry Code which must be created before you can program the lock. The code should be between 4 and 8 digits. You can create unique entry codes for friends and family and remove codes whenever you need to.
  • Automatic Re-lock: You can program the Lever Lock to automatically re-lock after a preset amount of time: 30 seconds, 60 seconds, 2 minutes, or 3 minutes. The default setting is "disabled."
  • Inside Indicator Light: The indoor escutcheon has an LED indicator to show you at a glance if the door is locked or unlocked. The default setting is "enabled."
  • One Touch Locking: When the latch is retracted, you can press any key on the keypad to immediately lock the door. The default setting is "engaged."
  • Audio Mode: When an Entry Code is entered correctly, the Lever Lock will sound a confirmation tone. If you wish to defeat the tones, you can disable the feature through programming.
  • All Code Lockout: This mode restricts access to all users except with the Master Entry Code. When one of the other Entry Codes is entered, the keypad flashes 8 times, and beeps 3 times.
  • Shutdown Time: The lock will shut down for 60 seconds and not allow operation after the incorrect code entry limit has been reached (5 attempts).
  • Battery Backup: If the lock's batteries are exhausted, you can gain entry with the use of the included key. You can also touch a 9-volt battery to the battery contacts on the keypad to temporarily power the lock to gain entry.
  • Grade 2 Rated: The Yale Assure Lock is certified as a Grade 2 lock by ANSI for construction and durability. Grade 2 locks require a key in knob/lever, and must hold up to 225 lb-in. It must also complete 400,000 operating cycles without fail during testing.

Optional Smart Module: The Yale Assure Keypad Lock can be upgraded with the addition of a Yale Smart Module. The module allows you to connect the lock to your smartphone through the Yale Access App for added convenience. The Smart Module allows you to lock, unlock, and share access to your door with others. The lock will automatically unlock as you approach the door and re-lock shortly after you leave. You can also check the status of your lock from anywhere. The app can also work with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri voice assistants.

Dimensions: The Yale Assure Lever Lock's main components have the following dimensions:

  • Outdoor Escutcheon: Width 2.613", Height 6.057", Keypad Depth 0.717" Overall Depth 4.34", Weight 15.45 ounces
  • Indoor Escutcheon: Width 2.752", Height 6.406, Battery Compartment Depth 1.362" Overall Depth 4.755", Weight 25.6 ounces (w/batteries)

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Is this compatible with the Chamberlain Liftmaster wifi module?
dean  Dec 17, 2020
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We have not received any answers from other customers on your question. I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question.
thomas  Jan 07, 2021 (Staff)

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