AElement Fusion is an electronic lock with a sleek reader accentuated by an interactive light ring that illuminates when access credentials are presented, providing “invisible innovation” and a minimalistic design that blends well into any decor. The AElement Fusion is compatible with RFID and BLE (Bluetooth) technologies that integrate seamlessly with mobile applications including SALTO’s JustIN Mobile.

AElement Fusion

“The AElement Fusion’s small, customisable light ring reader offers a discreet electronic lock for anyone looking to deploy electronic access control with a stylish, yet technologically-advanced solution,” says SALTO Senior Vice President of Commercial Sales Michael J. Mahon.

The new AElement Fusion builds upon the success of the AElement. The AElement Fusion is equipped with RFID and Near Field Communication (NFC), with improved reading distance over the AElement, but also adds Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). This additional feature allows users to lock and unlock doors using their phone with the help of SALTO’s JustIN Mobile Application.

JustIN Mobile

JustIN Mobile is the latest technological innovation from SALTO Systems. SALTO revolutionised access control with a pioneering approach that featured the first stand-alone, battery-powered electronic lock; the SALTO Virtual Network (SVN) data-on-card technology; and the first wireless access control system that combined a stand-alone locking device with online, real-time capabilities — all without using wires or mechanical keys. The JustIN Mobile app uses the latest in technology to communicate securely via the Cloud, enabling users to receive an electronic key online, anytime and anywhere. JustIN Mobile is completely secure as keys cannot be duplicated, unlike mechanical keys or some low-security RFID technologies. The encrypted data transfer uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) AES 128-bit encryption opening procedures to ensure secure transmission.

Invisible innovation to access control

Adding the latest in technology hasn’t had an impact on design, however, since being stylish is a part of SALTO’s DNA. AElement Fusion eliminates lock hardware on the door by encasing all electronic components inside the door itself, making security virtually invisible. This “invisible innovation” provides end users the option to hide lock hardware inside the door, improving decor and reducing the threat of tampering.

Please visit the SALTO ASIS 2017 Booth 3647 for a live demo.

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