ASSA ABLOY Access Control, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, a provider of door opening solutions, will unveil the new Aperio® H100 handle at IFSEC International 2017.

Aperio® H100 door handle

The contemporary designed Aperio® H100 door handle will be presented at IFSEC 2017, which takes place between June 20-22 at ExCeL London. Integrations with the following OEMs will be shown at the event: Nedap, Maxxess, Controlsoft, RBH, Pacom, Genetec, and HID.

The Aperio® H100 is available both online and offline and can be easily retrofitted without drilling. It is suitable for almost any door, whether a wooden, steel or tubular frame between 30-80mm thickness.

In addition, the handle can be specified by selecting either left or right-hand models, with the option for a U-handle.  The Aperio® H100 is battery-operated and supports iCLASS, iCLASS SEOS, iCLASS SE, ISO14443B UID, Mifare, Mifare Plus, Desfire SE and Desfire EV1 smart card technology.

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