Assa Abloy: Easy-to-integrate Wireless Access Control
The new Aperio H100 packs the power and flexibility of wireless access control into one slim door handle. With easy retrofitting to almost any interior door and comprehensive RFID ...
The new Aperio H100 packs the power and flexibility of wireless access control into one slim door handle. With easy retrofitting to almost any interior door and comprehensive RFID compatibility, the new handle makes extending access control to more doors cost-effective by integrating with a vast range of third-party systems. Ideal for indoor office and facility doors, this model can work either within an online access control system or offline as a standalone device. A battery fits inside the handle, ensuring a minimal footprint and a discreet look to gel with any contemporary door style.
The Aperio H100 is easy to retrofit on existing doors, with no drilling and no wiring required, and any existing mechanical cylinder can still be used. The handle is designed to fit almost any format of interior door, and is compatible with most common European (DIN) and Scandinavian mortise locks, in wooden, steel, tubular frame or glass doors with standard lock cases. It comes in left and right-hand versions for a door between 35mm and 80mm thick, with an optional U-handle and USB adapter. Compatibility with multiple RFID technologies, including iCLASS/ISO14443B, iCLASS SE, Seos, MIFARE Classic, Plus and EV1, and DESFire SE ensure that the new handle can upgrade site security for a very affordable price.
Matthias Weiß, Product Manager Aperio at Assa Abloy EMEA says, “The Aperio H100 further extends a range which adds access control wirelessly to exterior and interior doors, from fire and safety doors with regulatory requirements to meeting rooms, labs and offices.” The handle completes a comprehensive range of Aperio wireless access control devices that already includes online and offline cylinders (C100/C900) and escutcheons (E100/E900), an online and offline lock (L100/L900) and a wireless lock for bringing server racks and cabinets (KS100) into the same access control system as doors.