|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 6 cm; 98 Grams|
|Item model number||05/401G00/WH|
|Style||Connect Wifi Bridge|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Plug format||G plug|
|Special Features||Voice Control, App control|
|Included Components||- Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge x1 - Quick start guide x 1|
|Item Weight||98 g|
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Yale 05/401g00/WH - Connect Wi-Fi Bridge - Remote access, Voice Assistant Integration for your Linus Yale Smart Lock
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|Special feature||Voice Control, App control|
|Lock type||Electronic Lock|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||6 x 6 x 6 centimetres|
|Recommended uses for product||Monitoring|
About this item
- YALE CONNECT WI-FI BRIDGE - Enables integrations like voice assistant and remote functionalities of your Yale Smart Linus Lock from your phone, such as lock/unlock your door remotely and instant alerts.
- REMOTE ACCESS MONITORING - Always know who is coming and when. Send secure keys to friends, family or people you trust instantly, all from the Yale Access app. Cancel user access any time.
- REMOTE CONTROL - Lock or unlock your door, even if you are away from home with the Yale Access app.
- INSTANT ALERTS - If anything changes with the status of your door, you’ll be the first to know about it.
- WORKS WITH - Connect your lock to leading smart home systems, voice assistants and holiday rental platforms for effortless lock control and access management. You can lock, unlock and check the status of your door with your favourite smart speaker. "
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From the manufacturer
Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge
Control your lock with your voice.
Lock, unlock and check the status of your door with your favourite smart speaker.
The Connect Wi-Fi Bridge pairs your Yale Linus Smart Lock with Amazon Alexa and other leading voice assistants.
What’s in the box?
- Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge x 1
- Quick Start Guide x 1
Designed to work perfectly with Yale Linus smart lock!
Control your smart lock from anywhere with the Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge. Remote access & instant alerts- even when you're out!
Get even more from your Linus Yale Smart Lock. The Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge connects your smart lock to the internet, letting you lock and unlock your door from anywhere – right from your phone.
Instantly let friends, family, and home-service providers in even when you’re not home , check your lock’s status any time, and enjoy more peace of mind with instant alerts every time someone locks or unlocks your door.
Accessory to the Yale Linus Smart Locks- Sold separately.
Remotely control your lock
Lock, unlock and check the status of your Yale Linus Smart Lock from anywhere, right from your iOS or Android smartphone.
Always in the know
With the Yale Linus Connect Wi-Fi Bridge, you can receive notifications and updates to your Activity Feed from all your Yale Access products, no matter where you are.
Grant entry from wherever you are with the Yale Access app
Remote access means you can let in family, friends and trusted visitors like the cleaner or the delivery driver – from anywhere – when Linus is paired with Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge.
1,2,3 Simple Setup
Plugs into a power socket near your Yale Linus Smart Lock and connects to your home Wi-Fi in minutes.
Full control from the palm of your hand
The intuitive Yale Access app lets you manage the access of your home remotely.* You can share access with the people you trust, view activity, and receive notifications.
*Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge is required for functionalities such as locking/unlocking your door remotely, instant alerts to your phone and for integrations like voice assistants.
Activity Monitoring- Track activity and always know who is coming and when at your doorstep with a 24/7 Activity Feed.
|-||Yale Smart Lock or other Yale Access enabled device.|
|-||Yale Access app for iOS or Android.|
|-||Bluetooth smart ready phone.|
|-||802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz) Wi-Fi network.|
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 April 2023
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It does have some teething issues as it was originally designed for another lock, i reported an issue with Yale Customer Service who have passed on to their development team, when paired with the Yale Access Module and Hub alongside the Conexis L1, this keypad does not indicate which keypad access user has unlocked the door (no username and no door unlocked message) it just shows when the door is opened, closed and locked again. I was advised now its being sent to their development team it should be fixed in a future firmware update.
Other than that it unlocks the door well and works great for letting guests gain entry (e.g. Carers).
One downside i believe is the fixing quality, it could do with a more robust securing feature somehow, as right now anyone who wants to make a quick buck can come along open the top and unscrew the keypad and walk off with it.
It does work with Yale dedicated Access app even over WiFi/Cellular, but the description suggests it also works with Homekit which is misleading
Unfortunately thats where the honeymoon ends... It's not even vaguely water proof. In any way shape or form. It was on the outside door frame for one night only in light rain and it got water logged and stopped working. It's just not fit for purpose.
Sorry Yale - must try harder!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 16 April 2023
They say might take several attempts to connect to a MESH wifi system. It doesn't work with my deco system at all. Even when I only had the one deco on and turned on only 2.4Ghz. Majority of the time it wouldn't connect to the WiFi and on the odd time when it reckoned it had connected, it said it couldn't find the lock and bluetooth signal must be weak. The lock was literally next to the bridge almost touching it.
What an absolute waste of money.