Aperio® H100 Access Control Handle
The newest device in the Aperio® wireless access control portfolio spent 2018 collecting awards — for innovation, operation and design. The Aperio® H100 electronic handle received Detektor International’s Innovative Achievement Award and Intersec’s Access Control Product of the Year.
The new Aperio® H100 packs the power, flexibility and functionality of wireless access control into a simple door handle. With easy retrofitting to almost any interior door, broad RFID compatibility via an inbuilt credential reader, and simple integration with third-party access systems, the H100 handle makes it cost-effective to extend your access control to many more internal doors. No wiring is needed, and the H100 works with an online access control system or offline.
A standard battery fits inside the H100’s slim handle, ensuring a minimal footprint and a discreet look suited to any door style. “The new H100’s stylish and robust design has proven a perfect fit for high-traffic office and facility doors,” says Murtaza Husaini, ASSA ABLOY Marketing Director for the Middle East, where Intersec named the Aperio® H100 their Access Control Product of the Year. “You still use the existing mechanical cylinder; the handle adds powerful access control functionality without wires — simply.”
In recognizing the H100’s Innovation Achievement in ID and Access Control, the Detektor International jury also commented: “Smooth and smart — the Aperio® H100 access control door handle is a brilliant example of excellent product design.”
“We are especially thrilled the jury recognized the design,” says Magnus Bæckström, Aperio® Unit Manager at ASSA ABLOY EMEA, who accepted Detektor’s award during the SECTECH Expo. “It benefits from our digital handle expertise, building on the successful Code Handle® Door device”.
“This is just one innovative new product, but also part of a much broader approach you will increasingly see from ASSA ABLOY Group designs.”
The new Aperio® H100 broadens the range of Aperio® wireless access control devices. The portfolio already includes online and offline cylinders (C100) and escutcheons (E100); an online and offline security lock (L100); and a wireless lock for data centre storage (KS100), to integrate it into the same access control system as doors.
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