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Do I HAVE to have a Z Wave hub in order to use this?
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Can you please tell us more? Thanks
Initially I had Schlage keypad door handle lock (not connected to any home automation)
Then I got this along with no-lock door handle and moved the Schlage keypad to backdoor.
Schlage is just better built.
When you hold both of them in your hands, the way their frame and buttons feel, Schlage is just superior.
Having said that though, both are still functional.
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20 lbs. sledge.
I prefer to run a lamp cord and see if 120v AC will fry the electronics to open it for me in the event I also forget my code.
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9v battery
Right, like everyone carries a spare 9v battery around with them 24/7.
Personally, I think it would be easier to just run an extension cord and plug it into an external 120v AC outlet around the house and see what happens if you use the stripped ends of it on the same connector designed for the 9v battery. LMAO
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I have one of these. I love it. I have a smarthub rule than when door goes from open to closed, lock the door. I also have the lock set to auto lock after one minute just in case the hub fails. It's never failed to work for me and is "bump" proof.

For those worried about the lock being defeated, any lock can be defeated with enough effort. This is really for convenience. That's what alarms are for. I can set temp pins for visiting guests and almost always use the keypad for unlocking, no apps.

Plus you can know when the door is unlocked/locked via notifications if you desire. For those saying "I don't carry a 9v with me," you can set a low battery alert notification, plus the lock gives you extra beeps on low battery, and once you get used to it you can tell when it starts to unlock/lock slower. My batteries last about 6 months and it gets used frequently, like 20+ times a day. And if you do get one of these locks, you can always do what I did and keep a 9v in your she'd or garage for the unlikely event that the batteries have failed.
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Yale makes good stuff, and this is a good deal on a pretty good Zwave lock but, for the automated locks I do prefer the Schlage locksets. The Schlage is also ANSI grade 1. Their customer service is fantastic as well. The only issue I've had, they just asked for my serial on the lock and sent me a new one right away.
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Do I HAVE to have a Z Wave hub in order to use this?
This should work as a pushbutton lock even if you never connect to a hub.

I would check the manual online but the 3 locks I have owned all can be programmed from the key pad.
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the lock itself has auto lock function you can set for 30s, 1m, 3m. with a hub you can easily remove keys, set notification to your phone which key was used to open the door or if it was manually opened from inside.
I don't recommend the auto lock function because the lock doesn't know if the door is closed.

I have a scarred up doorframe from a relative (arms full of presents) kicking the door shut...with the steel bolt extended because we spent too long talking at their car.

Get a zwave door sensor, usually under $20 at monoprice. Use your hub to lock the door after the door is closed.

I also recommend, once you start adding door lock automations, getting a hub that works and you can control even if the internet or their service is down. So no smartthings or wink. If you can't control the thing over wifi in the house without some external service, get something else.
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haha. A neighbor, last week gone for camping, when his house was raided by youngsters coming out of nowhere (Social media people) having fun at his pool side, when police call him to come and have look at house, only because he had one of these locks installed. Though possibly his children have talked of the combination with a wrong friend or might have carelessly let a friend look over shoulder, but this is what you secure you home with....
I agree 100%. Same thing happened to my neighbor. He too went camping, when his house was raided by IT professionals from a near by IT company.

Police called him back home because he had one of those regular locks installed. And his children dropped one of the lock keys at work.

But that's what happens when you go no vacation and leave your home unprotected.

So he hired 2 armed assassins and a american sniper to protect his home and THEN got a smart lock to protect the door.

Problem finally solved.
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Does this work with Ring security System (which has Z-wave module)?
Just want to see the value proposition here for a key. How much is that ?
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How to install this one and how to connect it with the locker??
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Right, like everyone carries a spare 9v battery around with them 24/7.
Personally, I think it would be easier to just run an extension cord and plug it into an external 120v AC outlet around the house and see what happens if you use the stripped ends of it on the same connector designed for the 9v battery. LMAO
Well, not all of us live in the sticks. 7-11 is 2 blocks from my house in case I need a battery,
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Well, not all of us live in the sticks. 7-11 is 2 blocks from my house in case I need a battery,
Exactly. Or keep a spare battery in a glove box or in the garage depending on where you're using this. 9v battery is what? $5
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This works with Ring Alarm security system too if anyone's wondering.

https://support.ring.com/hc/en-us...Ring-Alarm
Does the Ring base station serve as the hub you need, then? Or do you need a separate hub and then can just integrate it? Thanks.
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Right, like everyone carries a spare 9v battery around with them 24/7.
Personally, I think it would be easier to just run an extension cord and plug it into an external 120v AC outlet around the house and see what happens if you use the stripped ends of it on the same connector designed for the 9v battery. LMAO
No, but if you were out of your house there's a good bet you have your wallet or phone right? And maybe even your car keys. So if it runs out of juice (though I believe it alerts you to low battery so it would be your own fault) you just go get a 9V and you're in.

They bring up a good point. You would't need to have it re-keyed if you wanted to make sure someone couldn't have access anymore (just set a new pin because there is no key).
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