New: Aperio™ - Wireless lock technology for integration into access control systems

Product Profile

With Aperio™ mechanical locks can be wirelessly linked to a new or existing access control system without any need to modify existing doors. At the heart of Aperio™ is a short distance encrypted wireless communication protocol linked to an online electronic access control system. The HID Genuine certified Aperio™ technology is suitable for integration with HID technologies and controllers and supports in addition to high frequency RFID technologies iCLASS, MIFARE and DESFire now 125kHz Proximity (HID PROX/ EM410).

Aperio™ Highlights at a glance:

  • worldwide available
  • single management interface for all EAC doors
  • no need to modify existing doors during installation
  • replaces mechanical keys with RFID cards
  • supports standard RFID technologies
  • uses standard mechanical locks & fits all common lock profiles
  • versions for fire, escape routes etc.

Access authorization:

"Online" - Access decision is made in the EAC system
"Offline" - Access decision is made by the Aperio™ device based on information on user credential

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Technical Specification

Make ASSA ABLOY - Aperio®
Manufacturer ASSA ABLOY EMEA
Model code Wireless RFID-Reader locks
Additional info

Online integration: 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.

A battery powered electronic escutcheon with a slim, timeless design can be used in all commercially available doors with mechanical locks. The design and technology of these impressive low-maintenance battery powered electronic cylinders sets new standards. Both devices communicates directly with Aperio™ communication hub via an encrypted 2.4GHz wireless link.

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