Z-Wave Electronic Door Lock - NO LOGO
    Product # 10798
    Z-Wave Electronic Door Lock - NO LOGO
    Product # 10798
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    Z-Wave Electronic Door Lock - NO LOGO

    Add Z-Wave® functionality to your home security system using this Z-Wave Electronic Door Lock from Monoprice!

    Z-Wave is a low power mesh networking communications technology that allows Z-Wave enabled devices to communicate with each other and to distribute Z-Wave messages throughout to network. This deadbolt lock is a Security Enabled device and must be used with a Security Enabled Z-Wave Controller to utilize all of the product features. In addition to allowing operation using different electronic codes, the lock monitors and logs the time and identities of the users who lock or unlock the device. You can even allow specific users access only during specific periods of time.

    This door lock comes with an installation template and two door keys. You will need four AA batteries (not included) to power the door lock.



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    Z-Wave and Z-Wave Plus are registered trademarks of Sigma Designs and its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.

    Specifications
    Model 10798
    Protocol Z-Wave (ZM3102N)
    Frequency 908.42 MHz
    Operating Range Up to 100 feet line of sight
    Operating Temperature +5 ~ +140°F (-15 ~ +60°C)
    Battery Type 4x AA alkaline


    Package Contents:

    • 1x Wireless deadbolt lock
    • 2x Door keys
    • 1x User's Manual
    • 1x Installation template

    22 Reviews

    75.45% of the reviewers recommend this product

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    Good Lock, Bad SmartThings Lock

    • Scanner,
    •  Union, MI 
    • 1/31/2016 3:22:09 PM

    Pros: Price

    Cons: Limited functionality with SmartThings

    This lock has a lot going for it (especially the price) however if you use SmartThings (ST), it will take some time to configure and you will only have limited functionality.
    Hardware installation is straightforward despite marginally useful instructions. I only had a 2" hole saw (directions specify 2-1/8") which worked fine, but required me to carve out a very small section where the deadbolt spring contacted the door hinge side of the hole and caused the deadbolt to stick in the retracted position. Once I had enough room carved out, the lock worked mechanically as expected.
    Software for this device used with a ST hub is not so straightforward.
    I tested combinations of 2 device handlers:
    1. Z-Wave Lock (device type that my ST V2 hub assigned),
    2. Custom Z-Wave Lock (by yracine)
    along with 2 Smart Apps:
    1. Enable User Codes (by Nick Skeba),
    2. User Lock Manager (by ethayer)
    The only reliable combination I got was the Device Handler "Z-Wave Lock" and the Smart App "User Lock Manager".
    The above combination ONLY adds the ability to authorize user codes so that the lock's keypad can be used for entry. The "User Lock Manager" has much more functionality built in however, none of it works with this lock. You CANNOT do the following: obtain battery status, know which code was used for entry, or revoke an entry codethe only way to revoke an entry code is to disassociate the lock, re-associate and authorize all the codes again.
    If this lock had a new device handler specific to SmarThings, it could easily be a 5 star product.

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    Cannot program codes with Wink Hub

    • Anonymous,
    •  PHILADELPHIA, PA 
    • 1/20/2016 11:57:44 AM

    I was very excited about finding this lock because it looks really nice and appears to have the functionality I was looking for. The lock pairs easily as a generic z-wave lock with the Wink Hub. I was able to unlock and lock it remotely. Unfortunately there is absolutely no way to set the key pad codes with a Wink Hub. Also the instructions were a little bit confusing with the picture of the wire that needed to be connected.

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    Works well

    • Anonymous,
    •  Corona, CA 
    • 1/19/2016 12:14:20 PM

    Smarthings user here. Go onto the ST forums and set up a door lock code manager smartapp that many people have made, it will let you set the codes on this lock. Other than that it works well, looks nice. Rarely falls off the network, but a simple unplug/replug will fix it. Just make sure to have a hardcopy of a key somewhere haha

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    not happy

    • Anonymous,
    •  Jesup, GA 
    • 1/10/2016 1:59:29 PM

    Pros: its 70.0 about a hundred cheaper than one that works

    Cons: won't work properly no tech support on the directions to call no help line of any sorts and I assume probably no recourse to get your money back or a replacement. My overall experiance has been horrible. I am spending the 100.00 more for one that works and is made by a company that believes in there products enough to atleast put there name on it

    was simple to install and connected to my almond very fast. Than was unable to get the lock to unlock either with the touch pad or wireless. I could get it to lock but not unlock so I removed it from my almond and now it won't connect again. The directions were very hard to read however common sense will help you get it installed only to have to take it apart a hundred times cuz it won't work properly.


    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hello,

    Thank you for your review and I am truly sorry for the inconvenience you've encountered. Did you already try obtaining a replacement on this item? Please let me know, thank you!

    John Lingo
    Tech Support
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    Worked well for 10 months or so ...

    • Phillip,
    •  Hanahan, SC 
    • 12/22/2015 10:57:31 AM

    Pros: Cheap, easy to install, easy to sync to z-wave controller.

    Cons: motor stopped functioning after ~10 months.

    I bought this in mid February, and the lock installed pretty easily and worked really well until Thanksgiving or so. Since then it will only operate correctly 1/10 times when you tell it to lock/unlock. It still gives me alerts on my z-wave device so that is nice, but the motor not functioning properly makes a keypad lock pretty pointless.

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