The Unity Entrance Lock Fire Rated is suitable for multi-residence applications such as apartments and has been successfully tested for two hours on most fire door assemblies in accordance with Australian Standard AS1905.1-2015 Fire Resistant Door Sets.
To comply with egress requirements in common multi-residential applications, the Yale Unity Entrance Lock Fire Rated version has removed the Digital Deadlocking (Secure Mode) feature.
Designed to support professionals, including builders who seek to quickly install and set up the lock on-site, Contactless Key Tags can now be paired to the Yale Unity Entrance Locks without the need to download the App.
Controllable by either the Yale Access App, key tag, or optional Yale Smart Keypad (sold separately), the Yale Unity Entrance Lock provides building owners with a range of options to control the lock. The Yale Access App allows you to lock and unlock your door, grant access to others and keep track of visitor access, all via your smartphone. Grant users one time access, access for a set period or a date range, avoiding any lost keys or having your keys stolen or copied.
Using varying technologies including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS as well as the Yale Access App, the auto-unlock feature unlocks your door as you approach — like having your own personal doorman.
The door position sensor checks the status of the door and tells you if your door is securely closed and locked. This avoids inadvertently locking your door whilst the door is open.
The Yale Unity Entrance Lock can be upgraded with the Yale Connect Bridge (sold separately). The Yale Connect Bridge allows you to access your lock from wherever you are. Allowing you to lock and unlock, check access history, and check your door status remotely. The Yale Connect Bridge allows ‘Works with’ ability, integrating into your Google, Samsung, or Alexa smart home hubs.
Meeting Australian lock standards AS4145.2:2008, SL8 and D8, you can be sure that the Unity Entrance Lock meets your clients' security needs.