Home Geek Yale Revealed The New Line Of Smart Home Automation Products 

Yale Revealed The New Line Of Smart Home Automation Products 

by ZeeshanN
Yale home automation

Home automation products are on the rise and more and more people are getting these high-end products to turn their homes into smart homes. At CES 2020 Yale has revealed new smart home automation products to help get your parcels more securely when you are not available at home. The 3 new smart devices revealed by Yale are the Smart Delivery Box, Smart Cabinet Lock and Smart Safe all of which can be controlled using the new Yale Access mobile app and Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge.

The owners of the products can remotely access and manage their smart storage 24/7. The smart storage from Yale costs $229 on its own or $279 with the Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge, needed to connect the box to your network. The last offering the bridge and a cooler bag for food deliveries priced at $299.

Yale smart safe

“The Smart Safe can be placed anywhere or mounted to the floor or wall for more permanence. When connected to the Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge, customers can use the Yale Access app to lock, unlock or grant access remotely. Customers always have the option to easily lock and unlock it through the safe keypad with a customisable entry code. The safe comes with a removable shelf, 4 AA batteries and a physical key. If the batteries run out, users can temporarily charge the lock by holding up a 9V battery, enter their code and replace the batteries inside. Should users not have a phone or forget their code, they’re able to use the included key as a back-up entry method.”

The new Yale home storage range will hit the market in spring 2020 and will be available at Yale and other retailers.

Smart Delivery Box
– $229 standalone
– $279 with the Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge
– $299 with the Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge and Cooler Bag
Smart Cabinet Lock
– $79 standalone
– $129 with the Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge
Smart Safe
– $229 standalone
– $279 with the Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge

Yale Smart Delivery Box

The Smart Delivery Box, designed in partnership with Kingsley Park, a Step2 Company brand, allows customers to receive packages and perishables deliveries (e.g. food, wine, cosmetics, medicine) securely and conveniently. With recent surveys showing at least 36% of American households have experienced package theft, the Delivery Box provides a long-requested “porch piracy” solution that is less invasive than home entry, but more effective than a surveillance camera. The secure box can be placed on front porches, in front of garages, or anywhere where customers receive packages, and weighted down with sand or tethered to the porch so it cannot be stolen. The Delivery Box works with the Yale Access app so users can lock and unlock it remotely, get notifications when a delivery is made, see access history and share access with others. It will be available in Manor Gray.

Yale Smart Cabinet Lock

The Smart Cabinet Lock goes inside cabinets or drawers to secure valuable belongings, or items that should be kept out of reach from children (e.g. cleaning supplies, medicines, liquor). With the Yale Access app, customers can get notified whenever the lock opens or closes. The lock body can be mounted on the cabinet’s interior base or roof using either the included 3M adhesive or screws for a more permanent installation.

Source: Yale

You may also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More