Published on 14 September, 2016
|Securitron EcoPower power supply is designed to work with low-power electrified access control devices
Reaffirming a commitment to providing access control solutions that help customers achieve sustainability goals and reduce energy consumption, ASSA ABLOY will showcase a comprehensive array of high-performing, sustainable access control technologies at ASIS 2016.
These technologies address sustainability on two levels—they are designed and manufactured in facilities certified to be environmentally-friendly and individually they contribute to a building’s operational efficiency.
Standout technologies on display
- Integrated Power-over-Ethernet locks, such as the Corbin Russwin and Sargent IN220, which combine all access control functionality into the lock and use existing Ethernet network cabling for both power and data. These products consume very little power with a maximum of 3.84 watts per lock—more than 50 percent less than typical PoE device installations.
- Securitron EcoPower power supply, designed to work with low-power electrified access control devices. This small power supply reduces standby power consumption to only 8.5mW (0.0085W), a 99 percent energy savings when paired with the EcoFlex electrified mortise lock from Sargent and Corbin Russwin.
- EcoFlex electrified mortise locks from ASSA ABLOY group brands Corbin Russwin and Sargent that reduce energy consumption up to 96 percent compared to standard electrified mortise locks, as certified by GreenCircle.
- HES EcoStrike Technology which uses 98 percent less power than traditional electric strikes and is designed to work with the Securitron EcoPower power supply to reduce total door power consumption.
Reduced energy costs
“Offering sustainable access control technologies that reduce energy costs and improve overall building performance will soon be the standard,” stated Martin Huddart, President, Access and Egress Hardware Group, ASSA ABLOY. “At ASSA ABLOY we’re developing these innovative technologies and enabling integration partners and end-users to sensibly and effectively transition to sustainable and secure facilities. We look forward to meeting with security leaders at ASIS 2016 to demonstrate the value of our green access control solutions.”