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Assa Abloy access control adds Wiegand connectivity to Aperio for a total security solution

Assa Abloy access control adds Wiegand connectivity to Aperio for a total security solution

Assa Abloy Access Control has enabled Aperio to work with the Wiegand interface to enable the smart locking technology to connect with almost any access control system.

Aperio has been designed to upgrade mechanically locked doors and wirelessly connect them to existing online electronic access control systems, providing end users with a simple and intelligent way of upgrading the controllability and security level of their premises.

The addition of Wiegand connectivity means Aperio can connect with most access control systems in the marketplace.

Says Hitesh Mistry of ASSA ABLOY Access Control: “The great advantage of Wiegand is it enables customers that have invested in their access control systems to add more doors online through Aperio. Furthermore, it doesn’t really matter which access control system is in place so long as it supports Wiegand connectivity. Having the option of adding more doors online without the traditional length of time and cost is a substantial benefit to the end user.”

“In addition, offering Wiegand with Aperio provides an all-in-one online, wireless security solution, which offers flexible access control that operates in real time with almost any access control system. This provides end users in a variety of market sectors with the ultimate way to improve safety, security and convenience.”

Aperio technology is fully supported by the expertise of the new ASSA ABLOY Access Control division, providing technical support and advice, service and after sales care.

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