ASSA ABLOY launched the HES ES100 Wireless Electric Strike, which combines the features of the HES 1500 and 1600 Series electric strikes with Aperio wireless technology, to provide an easy, affordable retrofit solution for remote control and monitoring. (Read more about it here.)

The battery-powered ES100 is the newest addition to the Aperio family of real-time wireless solutions. Its a concealed electric strike that works with the Securitron R100 surface-mounted reader to retrofit an opening with online access control while using the existing lockset.

The ES100 is compatible with nearly all cylindrical and mortise latchbolt locksets, and it features interchangeable faceplates and accessories and has a modular construction for easy installation.

“Just when you think HES can’t innovate strikes any further, we do with a wireless, battery-operated solution,” says Matt Branson, Product Manager, ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware. “Our newest electric strike eliminates the most time-consuming and costly part of installation running wires.

Available across a broad range of locking hardware from ASSA ABLOY Group brands, Aperio provides the flexibility to address a variety of applications throughout any facility. The platform uses wireless communication (IEEE 802.15.4) between the lock and an Aperio hub to provide real-time communication with the access control system, which simplifies installation and reduces costs.

For more information, visit assaabloyesh.com/es100.

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