ASSA ABLOY EMEA
V3 platform supports multiclass high frequency RFID reading in one device and is also compatible with ASSA ABLOY´s Seos™ mobile access ecosystem

Aperio V3 enables remote unlocking commands to pass from access control systems to doors and locks

Access Control, a division of ASSA ABLOY UK, will be launching the Aperio® V3 platform at IFSEC 2015, to improve the reaction time of its wireless locks.

The Aperio® V3 platform has powerful electronics that enable remote unlocking commands to pass from access control systems to doors and locks almost instantly, providing users with an effective remote opening function.

Offers improved RFID performance

The system is designed to upgrade processing power and memory space, and offers improved RFID performance when compared to the V2 platform.

Damian Marsh, Managing Director at Access Control, said: “ASSA ABLOY’s new generation of battery-powered locks guarantee faster response times, so users waste less time hanging around at doors.”

Aperio V3 platform - energy efficient

“The Aperio® V3 platform is also energy efficient, for example, frequently used entrance systems with wireless locks running on the platform can operate for two years on a standard battery.”

The V3 platform supports multiclass high frequency RFID reading in one device and is also compatible with ASSA ABLOY´s Seos™ mobile access ecosystem for issuing, delivering and revoking digital keys on smart phones.

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