Now available globally for a decade, Aperio® wireless devices from ASSA ABLOY protect both exterior and interior doors, from fire doors to meeting rooms, labs and offices.
Ten years of innovation investment have enhanced the security and usability of Aperio® hardware and firmware — and the range of applications Aperio® finds in businesses throughout Europe.
The Aperio® product range includes battery-powered cylinders, escutcheons and complete locks, for security doors which transmit door status.
An Aperio® server cabinet lock protects servers onsite or in a co-located data centre.
Product design has also become a focus for refinement, with the new Aperio® H100 Electronic Handle.
It packs the flexibility of Aperio® wireless access control into a slim door handle – ‘a brilliant example of product design’ – one awards panel judged.
Aperio® integration can be Online or Offline, depending on your needs. Whichever is chosen, a single interface controls any existing hard-wired doors as well as the Aperio® devices.
Online integration is via Wiegand, RS485 or IP communication hubs, which connect up to 16 Aperio® devices to the admin software.
Aperio® also supports the leading industry standard for Offline integration, OSS Standard Offline.
Aperio® locks are compatible with all major door profiles, including Euro, French, Finnish, Scandinavian and Swiss.
Businesses and buildings serving many different industries turn to Aperio® to expand the reach of their access control — wire-free.
Universities in Birmingham (UK), Lund (Sweden), Hamburg (Germany) and many other cities remove the expense and hassle of lost keys when they control access with Aperio® devices instead of mechanical locks.
Hospitals and health centres from Ghent to Grenoble protect patients, confidential records, drug storerooms and more with Aperio® wireless devices.
At H-Farm, a campus-style business innovation centre in northern Italy, Aperio® handles, security locks and escutcheons integrate seamlessly with an AXIS access control system.
To serve customers better with the best wireless locking devices available, more than 100 different access control and security manufacturers now integrate Aperio® locks seamlessly with their systems.
The fast-growing list of Aperio® partners includes market leaders like Nedap, Gallagher, AXIS, Genetec, Lenel, ACS and many more.
Because it is built on an open platform and compatible with all standard RFID technologies, Aperio® also streamlines building management.
At student accommodation provider CROUS Montpellier, Aperio® integrates with payment systems as well as access control, for example. It offers a single-card solution to replace mechanical keys.
Contact ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions EMEA Digital and Access Solutions
Dukes Court/Dukes Street
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0049 30 8106 2970
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