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Yale Digital Monoblock YDM3168 smart door lock works seamlessly with Pronet Plus

Yale, an ASSA ABLOY brand, is bringing residential smart locks to one of Turkey’s leading home/office security systems. The Yale Digital Monoblock YDM3168 smart door lock works seamlessly with Pronet Plus, as part of an intelligent, integrated security solution for homes and offices in Turkey.

Key-free solution

This battery-operated Yale smart lock has 3 deadbolts and retrofits standard Turkish Monoblock mortise locks. The lock can be opened by PIN code, with automatic locking and built-in alarm functions also incorporated for extra peace of mind. Its integration with Pronet is demonstrated live throughout IFSEC 2016, as part of the Yale showcase in Hall 7, Stand E1100.

“This key-free solution with ASSA ABLOY’s smart lock increases both the security and the convenience of our system,” says Ediz Habip, Chief Marketing Officer at Pronet.

Pronet Plus integration with Yale smart locks

Pronet Plus is a subscription-based, app-powered service that combines interactive security, video monitoring and smart home technology including smart locks from Yale — alongside energy management services in the near future. All managed from a single interface, it works in tandem with existing Pronet alarm systems.

“As our buildings get smarter, home security and access control need to get smarter, too,” says Omer Sagi, Smart Door Lock Business Development Director at ASSA ABLOY EMEA. “A smart home starts with a smart door — and we are delighted to bring our smart locking technology to one of Turkey’s leading home/office security systems.”

Also on display at the ASSA ABLOY booth are Yale Keyless and Keyfree Connected locks for the UK market; the Yale Doorman smart lock, on sale in Sweden; and the battery-powered ENTR™ Smart Lock, which combines a patented high-security mechanical cylinder with smart technology that allows users to unlock via smartphone, PIN, remote control or fingerprint reader.

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