Forget about keys! Upgrade to wireless access control

Whether you want to invest in a new wireless access control system or upgrade your existing doors, Aperio® is the intelligent answer to 21st Century building control.

Aperio® wireless locks can be deployed efficiently in any size of business, helping you take control with a system that is quick and easy to install and delivers significant cost and energy savings.
That´s the Aperio® Effect.

Why Aperio®?

- Wireless locks are a cost-effective way to extend new and existing access control systems

- Wireless and battery-powered locks are easy and quick to install, and much cheaper to run than traditional, wired locking solutions

- Aperio integrates seamlessly with almost 100 leading access control systems

- Aperio supports the leading open standard for offline Integration (OSS)

- The range has cylinders, escutcheons and complete locks for all kinds of door formats, interior and exterior, as well as for server racks

- Aperio wireless access control is deployed and trusted worldwide, in settings as diverse as health care, education, offices, arenas and industrial plants

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