No cabling or wiring on Aperio systems means that no costly electrical work is required on site prior to a facility being fitted up with the security solution.
Aperio products are manufactured to suit a variety of door and security needs, with the range including locks, cylinders and escutcheons for wood, aluminium or glass doors.
Both exterior and interior doors, fire and safety doors with mandatory security requirements, as well as meeting rooms and offices are protected by Aperios audit trail, which helps to make building management work better in order to meet safety needs.
Aperio locks with integrated card readers can be added to a door in order to link it to the access control system and allow it to be used with existing cards or a single digital credential.
The Time Challenge: Aperio Cylinder, video on YouTube demonstrates how quick it is to install Aperio technology, with a technician being shown to complete one installation in 1 minute and 58 seconds.
Customers can contact one of the 100 Aperio partners for a new wireless access control system, or alternatively ask an existing provider to upgrade doors with technology for heightened security measures.
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