Those are new models. The Yale 446, which is the Z wave with Bluetooth, is on the official compatibility list, but it looks like the 226 isn’t there yet for whatever reason. @tyler might know if there are plans to add the 226.
Normally when a new lock drains battery really fast it’s for one of four reasons:
- The deadbolt is slightly touching the side of the bolt hole, which causes the lock to continually reassess whether it’s jammed or not. The usual solution for this is to slightly widen the hole.
Two) it’s a defective lock. Like all electronic devices, this can happen, although it’s not common
Three) it’s right on the boundary range of how far its signal can transmit and it’s having to retransmit a lot of signals. This is solved by putting a beaming zwave repeater within 10 feet of the lock and running a zwave repair utility. I know your previous lock was zigbee– – how far is this from the hub?
- you added custom code to your system which is polling the lock excessively. If you did that, you should know it.
Usually the best step is to get in touch with yale support first. They should be able to help you figure out if it’s one or two. Although the network might be involved, this may also just be a problem with the lock itself.