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Keri adds wireless locks from ASSA ABLOY

Chris Corum   ||   Aug 31, 2011  ||   

Wireless locks from ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio line can now be used within Keri Systems’ Doors.NET physical security offering. Customers can mix and match the Aperio wireless readers and the Keri TCP/IP-based NXT readers to get the ideal functionality at each door.

Aperio brings a cost-effective way to connect additional openings to an existing electronic access control system. It communicates wirelessly using 802.15.4 and supports HID iCLASS credentials. More than 40 access control companies have adopted the technology globally.

“We are very excited that Keri Systems is the first to integrate our two wireless technologies – Aperio and WiFi,” said Martin Huddart, vice president for Electronic Access Control at ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. “The combination of their Doors.NET software and NXT hardware platform with ASSA ABLOY’s complete range of wireless solutions offers customers the flexibility and performance they need.”  

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