Aperio wireless access control system offers good security management

  • 17 Oct 2014

The system eradicated the need to replace mechanical cylinders and keys

Misplacing a master key requires the replacement of mechanical cylinders and keys right across a facility, with each stolen or copied key posing a great security risk when no electronic audit trail is available.

Access control for higher security

The Aperio wireless access control runs in parallel with a master key system. Incorporating an Aperio battery powered lock with integrated card reader allows the user to upgrade security, with every door being linked to the access control system and being suitable for use with existing cards or a single digital credential.

Monitor your premises

Issuing or revoking cards from a computer or smartphone takes just a few seconds with Aperio. The system allows users to monitor and manage an area at any time of the day or night, whilst re-programming an RFID card produces a new key instantly.

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Woking
GU21 5BH
United Kingdom

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