ASSA ABLOY HES ES100 Wireless Electric Strike

Product Profile

The new HES ES100 Aperio® Wireless Integrated Electric Strike and Card Reader makes access control simple and affordable without having to run wire to every door.

Why Wireless?

  • Time: install is quicker than traditional strikes since you don't have to run any wire to the opening.
  • Cost: labor and material costs can really add up. Get the job done faster and with fewer man hours. 
  • Ease: running wire to an opening can be difficult...and sometimes impossible, depending on the application. Having a consistent and repeatable solution saves time and money.

Why the HES ES100?

It’s the most versatile way to retrofit an opening with real-time online access control. 

Electric Strike Features

  • Works with all brands of cylindrical and mortise locks
  • Field Configurable Monitoring Options
  • Integrated horizontal frame adjustment and shim
  • Modular field replaceable locking mechanism 

Card Reader Features

  • Emergency override micro-USB for backup power
  • HID multiCLASS SE, HID Mobile Access, NFC & BLE
  • Designed to meet IP65 for harsh environments
  • Powered by 2x AA lithium batterhies
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Technical Specification

Manufacturer ASSA ABLOY
Model code HES ES100
Lock Type Electric Locks
Electric Release Type Mortice Release
Fail-Open/ Fail-Secure Fail-Secure
Monitoring Status Monitored
Material Stainless steel
Door Material Metal, Wood
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -10 ~ +60 C (14 ~ 140 F)
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 90
Protection: IP65
Additional info
  • 2.4 GHz Aperio wireless technology
  • Integrates with existing access control systems and credentials
  • Audit trail limited by access control system
  • Battery operated for standalone operation
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