ASSA ABLOY add wireless lock with RFID reader to Aperio portfolio

The AperioTM Lock L100 allows doors with higher security requirements to be integrated into access control systems using a wireless, cost-effective solution.

The AperioTM Lock L100 allows doors with higher security requirements to be integrated into access control systems using a wireless, cost-effective solution.

ASSA ABLOY has launched the Aperio Lock L100, the world’s first wireless lock for security doors onto the market with Aperio radio technology.

The Aperio Lock L100 features optimum physical protection and transmits comprehensive information on door status to the access control system via a wireless connection.

The lock allows you to easily integrate security doors into an access control system at a very reasonable price. It enables you to manage access authorisations online and in real time using a single system. Users can instantly obtain “open/closed” and “locked: yes/no” status information from the lock at a glance. The optimum burglary protection and resistance against extreme temperatures (down to -65 °C) ensure that the Aperio lock is also suitable for outside doors with special security requirements. The lock features a protection rating of IP55.

ASSA ABLOY thus completes its range of wireless RFID readers for doors. Irrespective of the access control system type, Aperio enables access control doors to be integrated using a wireless solution without any cabling and without any alterations to the door during installation, all at a considerably lower price than a wired high-end solution. The Aperio Lock L100 offers a unique, easy way to integrate both outside and inside doors with high security requirements into access control systems. Users can continue to use existing cards or PIN codes to open and lock the new Aperio doors while mechanical keys cease to be necessary.

The Aperio Lock L100 complies with EN 179 and EN 1125 requirements and bears a CE mark. It is available for fire doors and for different door profiles (Euro, Scandinavian, Finnish).

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www.assaabloy.com

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