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Wireless Lock Up

Aperio_buttonsBy bypassing old-school keys, Assa Abloy’s Aperio lock technology lets a school’s WiFi network verify who can gain access to each room in a school, On top of reducing the cost of implementing an electronic key system, the system leaves an audit trail of who has opened each lock. The lock works with 802.11b and g networking gear and a variety of access control software, but don’t require data or power cables; the lock runs on a pair of AA batteries that should be good for about 18 months.






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