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Glass doors in a business or commercial setting can now benefit from Aperio wireless security.

Stylish, contemporary glass is notoriously difficult to fit with wired access control. An extension to the ASSA ABLOY Aperio range allows security managers to equip meeting rooms, frosted office doors, and other interior glass with the latest in integrated access control, without spoiling building aesthetics.

A new, easy-to-install plate allows glass doors to be fitted with an Aperio Euro-profile escutcheon. The glass door is then integrated into the building’s wireless access system, and works with multiple RFID technologies.

Aperio is already fully compatible with ASSA ABLOY’s glass architecture solutions. Wireless cylinders and multiple locksets can be fitted to interior glass in a number of styles

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