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, transmits door status information to the access control system, and provides multi-level authentication — and like the rest of the Aperio® range, 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.

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