Recieved a Wyze Lock, pairs but not working

This isn't advertised as zigbee, but obviously it is.
Anyway, maybe folks interested in this lock can poke Wyze directly requesting Hubitat support. Point them in my direction. This can be more effective than me bugging them.


I emailed support. Used your name as HE person to contact. It looks good for the price, but I'm not going to mess with it without in-box drivers.

I will email support also and give them your name also @mike.maxwell as a contact for Hubitat. I will also have to say that the lock is going to get the keypad to work the lock. So far I like the lock.

Not following this...

When they announced it they said that moving forward they would try to use "established" smart home protocols instead of their proprietary stuff (Like their sensors).

Unfortunately I doubt they would be open to any form off official support, they said in their Youtube AMA that Wyze Lock would not be compatible with any other Zigbee hub.

If this is indeed the case, this lock goes on the do not buy list, and a sample won't be of any use as I wont be spending any time trying to reverse engineer their proprietary implementation.
There's just to many products we could work on that actually follow standard protocol implementations.


Yeah, I was hoping that the lock would be a generic zigbee lock and that all the Wyze stuff would live in the Wyze Gateway. Looks like their might be something else going on.

@mike.maxwell Sorry, what I was trying to say was that the keypad for the lock is coming in February 2020 and you will be able to assign codes etc. I brought one to see if it would work with Hubitat but I really don't think that it will. I like the concept of keeping your key that work with the lock that you have without having to re keying etc. I also like how easy it was to install and set up.

August let's you do all that. And is Hubitat-compatible.


The August Pro is. Unfortunately, they are dropping z-wave and the new model will be wifi. No more August for me!


That's a real shame.


I was hopeful when I saw it transmit things on the 0xFC00 (manufacturer-specific) cluster for physical lock and unlock events, since as far as I can tell it doesn't report anything on the "standard" ones (but does respond to them). Unfortunately, all I see is something like this on unlocks:

and locks:

... so, while there could be something hidden in the response map's data list, the most apparent thing is just "Wyze Lock."

They are not trying to make this easy, that's for sure. :slight_smile:

Apparently, they want to lock it to their gateway. (sorry, couldn't resist the pun).


@aaiyar I like the August lock also but this one was cheaper and I thought that eventually we might be able to get it connected to Hubitat but maybe not. Thanks

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And the winner, for Dad Joke of the Day goes to .....


Punny :rofl:

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Has there been any developments on this front? I have been in the market to replace my August Pro Z-Wave since I have had nothing but bad experiences and this Wyze Lock seems great especially for the price. Also been looking at Kwikset Smartcode 914 and the Yale YRD226 and YRD256 if anyone has any suggestions.

I see they also have a decent-looking keypad that might be an option as well.

@cjkeenan I just change my Wyze lock to the Kwikset Zigbee 914 lock and it works very well with hubitat. My Wyse lock failed and I didn't buy another because I believe that it should have last longer than a year or two. I like the Kwikset Zigbee and had no problem with the installation and inclusion into hubitat and been working flawless for me, so I would recommend the Kwikset 914.