PHOENIX, AZ (October 4, 2010) – HES, Inc. announces the release of its iCLASS integrated products, a unique combination of HID iCLASS access control technology and HES electric strikes. These convenient, one-box solutions offer installers and integrators the sophisticated technology of HID iCLASS access control with the physical security of an HES electric strike in a pre-integrated package for a consistent installation experience door after door.
Each HES iCLASS integrated product features a low-profile mullion reader built on HID 13.56MHz iClass technology, a best-in-class HES electric strike with latchbolt monitor and a door position switch. The solutions provide standard Wiegand output for compatibility with most online Access Control Systems.
Engineered to incorporate many popular HES electric strikes, the innovative HES iCLASS solutions offer consolidated wiring and integrated connections. The unique design provides added protection for sensitive access control components by concealing them securely in the frame, increasing security, tamper resistance, and durability. Only the modular reader antenna is exposed.
The HES iClass Integrated Products join the HES Integrated Proximity Solutions in HES’ family of products geared toward providing convenience to system integrators. These solutions enable the Access Control Systems deployment teams to standardize the door control hardware for a consistent installation and a unified appearance.
About HES, Inc. A leading manufacturer of electric strikes and locking devices for the access control industry, HES develops products that solve customers’ needs. First to market with cutting edge solutions like the versatile 1006 series and the completely surface-mounted 9600 electric strike, HES has built a global reputation for innovation, strength, and service. An ASSA ABLOY Group company, HES currently markets HES, Folger Adam Electric Door Controls© and Vista™ lines.
About ASSA ABLOY. ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user demands for security, safety, and convenience.