Yale SensCheck™. It just makes sense.
Say hello to SensCheck, our next generation door and window sensors.
Easy to install, SensCheck Door and Window Sensors sit seamlessly within your Yale smart doors and windows.
Check-in on the status of your home, all through the touch of a button. SensCheck works via the ‘Yale Home’ App, allowing you to:
- Check if your doors are open, closed, locked or unlocked
- Check if your windows are open, in the vented window position or closed
- Arm or part-arm your home
- Get reminders via geo-fencing alerts
- Receive tamper alerts
- Receive chime notifications
- Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Philips Hue
- Add additional Sync Alarm Accessories to make the ultimate home security system
To connect your SensCheck Door and Window Sensors to your home network, a Yale Sync Hub is required. The Yale Sync Hub works hand in hand with the ‘Yale Home’ App, giving you access to all the features above. The Yale Sync Hub has an integrated 94dB siren, which can be set to sound should your sensors experience an unexpected change in status.
*Please note: SensCheck Door and Window Sensors only work with Yale smart doors and windows. Speak to your installer to check your compatibility.*
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Create the ultimate home security system
Did you know you can convert your Yale Sync Hub into the Yale Sync Smart Alarm system by adding up to 40 accessories, tailored to your needs!
You can monitor the status of your SensCheck Door and Window Sensors and the overall status of your home security directly via the ‘Yale Home’ App when using your smartphone.
With home security at the forefront of its design, the Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm and Sync Accessory range has been awarded the BSI IoT Kitemark and Secured by Design Secure Connected Device accrediation, guaranteeing it has achieved the highest level of security for internet connected products, providing users with a label of trust. To achieve the BSI IoT Kitemark and Secured by Design Secure Connected Device accrediation, our smart alarm systems and accessories have undergone rigorous testing to ensure they function and communicate as they should, and that the appropriate security controls are in place.
Frequently asked questions...
How do I know if SensCheck™ works with my doors and windows?SensCheck™ is only compatible with Yale smart doors and windows. Please speak to your installer to check your compatibility.
What SensCheck™ sensors do I need if I already have a Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm?
If you already have a Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm, then you will already have a Yale Sync Hub. Only one Yale Sync Hub is required, so please refer to the ‘Already got a Yale Sync Hub’ section to find the sensors right for you. Please note, your Yale Sync Hub can control up to 40 Sync accessories.
How do I install my SensCheck™ door sensors?
How do I install my SensCheck™ window sensors?
Does SensCheck™ work with my smartphone?Yes. You can check-in on the status of your door and window sensors when using the ‘Yale Home’ App. Providing your smartphone has internet connection and the Yale Sync Hub is connected to Wi-Fi, they will then be able to talk to one another, notifying you on the status of your home and alerting you to any unexpected changes.
How long do the batteries last in the SensCheck™ Door and Window Sensors?The batteries should last for approximately 18 to 24 months – dependent on usage. SensCheck Door and Window Sensors use CR2032 batteries.
How does the geo-fencing feature work?The handy geo-location feature reminds you to arm your Yale Sync Hub and sensors when you leave home, giving you one less thing to worry about. Through the ‘Yale Home’ App, you are able to check-in on the status of your sensors, should you have accidentally left a door or window open.
Does SensCheck™ work with leading voice assistants?Yes. SensCheck™ Door and Window Sensors work with leading voice assistants Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, allowing you to check-in on the status of your home using your voice – “Alexa, is front door locked?”