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Image showing a Yale Digital Door Lock Connexis Tag Being Used


For the ultimate in convenient door security, why not go keyless? Yale’s advanced keyless locks give you flexible access options that have never been available with conventional locks. Open locks locally with an app, with a code* or with a tag, and open remotely with your phone using special communications modules securely linked to your internet connection.


Link them to your Yale alarm system for automatic disarming when you unlock the door!

Control PIN codes and users direct from your phone, and keep an eye on comings and goings when you’re away! Let carers in to see to vulnerable or infirm home-based patients, and let holidaymakers or visitors into your rental accommodation when you’re in a different part of the world!

There is almost certainly a Yale keyless digital lock for your door – just ask us!

Image showing a home owner opening a Yale Connexis lock with their smart phone

The Conexis L1 is a new generation smart lock which combines advanced tech with understated good looks and rugged build quality. Install the Conexis on virtually any door with a multipoint lock, and you’re free to leave home without the need for a key to get back in. You can use a tag or your smartphone to unlock the door. And now, Yale has introduced a separate numerical wireless keypad, so you can enter with no more than a valid PIN number. 

Of course, all administration and access rights are controlled by the free Yale Access app, And if your Conexis handle is linked to your home wifi network, you can unlock the door with your smartphone from any remote location, as long as your phone has an internet data connection.

Image showing a home owner opening the keyless lock with a pin code

The super smart Yale keyless digital door lock is designed to replace a traditional night latch (or Yale lock) normally associated with traditional wood doors. With the current inner lock case still in place, the external keypad can be retro-fitted in a matter of minutes with minimal fuss. You can then open the lock with a simple PIN code, a tag, a card remote fob or even from your phone if the lock is linked to your wifi network.

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