Schlage Wireless Access
Schlage Wireless PIM Reader Module Data Sheet
The PIM enables all traditional access control panels to interface with
Wireless Access Point Modules (WAPMs). The PIM seamlessly
integrates to any panel via Wiegand or magnetic stripe
communications. The PIM operates in the 900 MHz license-free band,
allowing rapid,no-hassle deployment. Used by individual building
owners and enterprises alike,the Wireless Access PIM provides high-
level performance with minimum installation time.
Schlage Wireless Portable Reader Data Sheet
The Wireless Portable Reader from Schlage is the right product to
use when you simply need to validate an access control
credential. Common applications include muster stations,check
points,training attendance,special event access,perimeter
expansion,and bus loading. A green light indicates a valid
credential; a red light represents an invalid or denied credential.
Since the WPR communicates in real time to an access control
system,there are no databases to download either. Range
in a typical building is about 200 feet including
obstructions like cinderblock,brick,or plasterboard
walls. Outdoors you can expect range of about 600
feet line of sight.
Wyreless Wireless Access Solutions
ASSA Aperio Brochure
At ASSA ABLOY, we’ve uncovered the
secret that will change the way you
think about online access control.
We’ve listened to you and understand
your need for a wireless solution that
is truly easy. Our response? Aperio
technology – a global wireless platform
that reduces the cost and inconvenience
of traditional access control – with the
flexibility to address any application.
Aperio utilizes local wireless
communication between the lock
and a communications hub to connect
to an online electronic access control
system. You can easily expand the reach
of existing access control systems and
secure openings that would otherwise
ASSA Aperio K100 Cabinet Lock Brochure
The HES K100 battery operated cabinet lock with Aperio Technology
makes it easy and cost effective to bring access control to cabinets and
drawers where audit trail and monitoring are becoming increasingly
critical. It uses local wireless communication between the lock and an
Aperio hub to connect to an access control system, eliminating the cost
and difficulty of bringing integrated access control to the cabinet.