Wink Lock


The Wink lock platform allows you to control your Wink locks.

The requirement is that you have setup Wink.

Supported lock devices

  • Kwikset
  • Schlage
  • August (No Wink hub required) (August Connect required)
  • Generic Z-wave

The following services have only been confirmed on Schlage locks.

Service wink_set_lock_alarm_mode

You can use the service wink/wink_set_lock_alarm_mode to set the alarm mode of your lock.

Service data attribute Optional Description
mode no String one of tamper, activity, or forced_entry
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_ids of locks.

Example:

script:
  set_locks_to_tamper:
    sequence:
      - service: wink.wink_set_lock_alarm_mode
        data:
          mode: "tamper"

Service wink_set_lock_alarm_sensitivity

You can use the service wink/wink_set_lock_alarm_sensitivity to set the alarm sensitivity of your lock.

Service data attribute Optional Description
sensitivity no String one of low, medium_low, medium, medium_high, high.
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_ids of locks.

Example:

script:
  set_locks_to_high_sensitivity:
    sequence:
      - service: wink.wink_set_lock_alarm_sensitivity
        data:
          sensitivity: "high"

Service wink_set_lock_alarm_state

You can use the service wink/wink_set_lock_alarm_state to set the alarm state of your lock.

Service data attribute Optional Description
enabled no Boolean enabled or disabled, true or false
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_ids of locks.

Example:

script:
  disable_all_locks_alarm:
    sequence:
      - service: wink.wink_set_lock_alarm_state
        data:
          enabled: false

Service wink_set_lock_beeper_state

You can use the service wink/wink_set_lock_beeper_state to set the beeper state of your lock.

Service data attribute Optional Description
enabled no Boolean enabled or disabled, true or false
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_ids of locks.

Example:

script:
  disable_all_locks_beepers:
    sequence:
      - service: wink.wink_set_lock_beeper_state
        data:
          enabled: false

Service wink_set_lock_vacation_mode

You can use the service wink/wink_set_lock_vacation_mode to set the vacation mode of your lock.

Service data attribute Optional Description
enabled no Boolean enabled or disabled, true or false
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_ids of locks.

Example:

script:
  enabled_vacation_mode_on_all_locks:
    sequence:
      - service: wink.wink_set_lock_vacation_mode
        data:
          enabled: false

Service wink_add_new_lock_key_code

You can use the service wink/wink_add_new_lock_key_code to add a new user code to your Wink lock.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id no String or list of strings that point at entity_ids of locks.
name no the name of the new key code
code no The new code. Must match length of existing codes.

Calling service wink/pull_newly_added_wink_devices will add the new key code to Home Assistant. The device will also show up on the next restart of Home Assistant.

If supported by your lock, a binary sensor will be created for each user key code you have defined. These key codes will turn on when the code is entered and automatically turn off after a few seconds.