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Melville, N.Y. - ADI has signed an agreement with Yale Locks & Hardware to offer its complete line of digital home locking solutions.
ADI dealers in North America will now have access to the Yale Real Living locks, including both touchscreen and keypad versions, the distributor said.
The Yale Real Living access control solutions are specifically designed to integrate into the digital home. The locks offer one-touch residential access control of the home's entryways and protected interior doors, remotely through any web-enabled device, ADI said.
Yale's platform of intelligent locks support both Z-Wave and ZigBee, allowing them to integrate into a wide range of home control and security systems, including Honeywell's Tuxedo Touch Home Controller. With these digital home locking solutions, dealers can offer personalized scenes, privacy modes, scheduled users, remote control, history, text or email messages from pre-programmed alerts and more.
The Yale Real Living locks being offered at ADI includes the full line of deadbolt locks. The locks come equipped with either an acrylic touchscreen or tamper-resistant keypad and can be used on all standard interior and exterior doors. Available in a variety of finishes, the locking solutions are said to blend in with any environment and are easy to use, install and program. In addition, ADI will also distribute the Yale Real Living touchscreen and keypad lever lock when they become available midyear.
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