Ring recently announced that they now have integration with Z wave smart locks from different major manufacturers like Yale, Schlage and Kwikset. I’ll link below the compatibility page where Ring will continue to update when more models and other brands that have smart z wave technology will be compatible. Please note that you need to have the Ring Alarm at this time to be able to control your z wave compatible locks.
So, for now, you will need the Ring alarm, specifically the base station which is the one responsible and acts as a hub to control the locks and also the alarm sensors using z wave technology. Also, for now, accessing the door lock in the app is a bit of a hassle because it is buried deep in the app…which I’ll show you later on.
Ring Z-Wave Door Locks Intergation FAQs – http://bit.ly/2DG6nnG
Z Wave Locks Compatibility List – http://bit.ly/2THBrJ7
Nest X Yale Lock Review – https://youtu.be/fDUwkmNZc_M
Yale B1L YRD110ZW0BP Smart Lock – https://amzn.to/2S96Nag
Ring Alarm Kit – https://amzn.to/2KtPXjH
Ring Motion Sensors – https://amzn.to/2OuiM0h
Ring Contact Sensors – https://amzn.to/2Oq1FfZ
First Alert Z Wave Smoke and CO Alarm – https://amzn.to/2Oq6R3k
Ring Alarm Review – https://youtu.be/iP82FMNS0GA
Ring Alarm Update – https://youtu.be/DIJ70VWxUPo
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