Aperio – ASSA ABLOY
Aperio® is a new global ASSA ABLOY technology that enables mechanical locks to be wirelessly linked to a new or compatible access control system without any need to modify the door. The heart of Aperio® is a short distance wireless communication protocol designed to link an online electronic access control system with an Aperio® enabled electronic cylinder or escutcheon.
Aperio™ Highlights at a Glance:
- Single management interface for all EAC doors
- No need to modify existing doors during installation
- Reduces the risk of lost credentials
- Replaces mechanical keys with RFID cards
- Supports standard RFID technologies
- Uses standard mechanical locks
- Fits all common lock cases and profiles
- Versions for fire, escape routes etc
Your Security Environment
You need to add doors to your new or existing access control system but you:
- Don’t want to wire doors
- Need simple, economical installation
- Want to keep existing user credentials and software
- Would like to forget mechanical keys
- Wish online and offline door control
- Want to save time and money
The Aperio™ Product Range
Easy to fit, battery powered electronic cylinders with RFID readers. The design and technology of these impressive low-maintenance electronic cylinders sets new standards.
Aperio™ communication hubs
The communication hub is the link between Aperio ™ locks and the existing access control system. The hub has a standard RS485 connection, making it compatible with most systems on the market today. It communicates directly with Aperio™ enabled locks via an encrypted 2.4GHz wireless link.
Available RFID technologies:
- MIFARE™ CLASSIC
- MIFARE™ DESFire™
- MIFARE™ PLUS
- Low Frequency (HID PROX, EM410x)
- Aperio™ is the Educated Choice at The University of Surrey
- Aperio™ Achieves a first in security at The University of Liverpool
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