The Aperio® H100 electronic handle, from ASSA ABLOY, has been named Intersec’s Access Control Product of the Year for 2018.
The new Aperio® H100 door handle boasts power and flexibility combined with wireless access control. With easy retrofitting to almost any interior door, comprehensive RFID compatibility and simple integration with third-party access systems, the new H100 handle is highly cost-effective and offers great access control wherever you need it.
Murtaza Husaini, ASSA ABLOY Business Development & Marketing Manager for the Middle East, comments: “It’s also easy to retrofit, with no drilling or wiring needed. You still use the existing mechanical cylinder — the handle simply adds powerful access control functionality without wires.”
Looking for flexibility? The Aperio® H100 has the ability to work within an online access control system or offline and features a battery that fits inside the slim handle.
In addition, the new Aperio® H100 extends a range of Aperio® wireless access control devices that already includes online and offline cylinders (C100/C900) and escutcheons (E100/E900); an online and offline security lock (L100/L900); and a wireless lock for server racks and cabinets (KS100), to integrate them with the same access control system as doors.
To learn more about Aperio® wireless access control, download a free brochure here.
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