Aperio adds multi-authentication to access controlled security doors
With the new Aperio L100 lock with PIN code, ASSA ABLOY brings another innovation to the Aperio range. The battery-powered Aperio L100 lock offers optimum physical protection, tran...
With the new AperioL100 lock with PIN code, ASSA ABLOY brings another innovation to the Aperio range. The battery-powered Aperio L100 lock offers optimum physical protection, transmits door status information to the access control system, and provides multi-level authentication - and like the rest of the Aperiorange, it does it all without the need for any wires.
The new wireless Aperio L100 lock offers a unique, easy way to extend any access control system to integrate doors with higher security requirements. At a glance, security managers can obtain real-time "open/closed" and "locked: yes/no" status information from the lock. Users' existing cards - or PIN codes of between 4 and 8 characters - continue to open and lock the new Aperio-equipped doors. Mechanical keys cease to be necessary. The wireless Aperio PINpad lock allows access to rooms simply by entering a PIN, via a card reader, or with a combination of both.
Depending on the specific integration, the escutcheon supports a Duress Code function to beef-up security. Where compatible with the integration, a silent hold-up alarm triggers in the security centre if, in a threatening situation, a user enters the attack code instead of her or his own PIN. The Aperio L100 lock is available for fire doors, as well as for multiple door profiles (Euro, Scandinavian, Finnish). Optimum burglary protection and resistance against extreme temperatures (down to -65 °C) ensures that it is also suited to exterior doors with special security requirements.
The Aperio L100 complies with EN 179 and EN 1125 requirements and bears a CE mark. The lock features a protection rating of IP55.