Integrated Wiegand Locks


ASSA ABLOY Wiegand-enabled locks, electric strikes and cabinet locks combine all standard access control components into a single device. This integrated approach significantly reduces installation time and creates a streamlined aesthetic that blends flawlessly into any environment. Integrated Wiegand products make it easy to incorporate doors and hardware into existing access control systems because the open architecture platform is compatible with all popular access control systems. ElectroLynx® plug-and-go connectors on locking hardware further reduce installation costs and disruptions at the opening.


Features and Benefits

  • Open architecture platform offers compatibility with all popular Wiegand-based access control systems
  • Features integrated monitoring options
  • Significantly reduces installation time
  • Streamlined appearance blends beautifully into any environment
  • Requires only one cable run from the lock to the access control panel
  • Industry-standard Wiegand output eliminates need for additional interface panels or controllers
  • Proven ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware offers the highest degree of physical security available in integrated access control locks
  • Supports HID® 125 kHz prox or 13.56 MHz iCLASS® (full authentication, all formats) credentials; SE LP10 features multiCLASS SE® technology from HID Global® to support multiple credentials and HID Mobile Access® powered by Seos®
  • Mortise locks feature EcoFlex™ technology
  • Reduces energy consumption up to 96%, as certified by GreenCircle
  • Operates from 12-24VDC
  • Can easily be field configured to fail safe or fail secure
  • Available with internal end-of-line resistors for high security monitoring

Products Available

Integrated Electric Strikes

  • Available with any HES® electric strike

Cabinet Locks

  • HES® K200
  • HES KS200

Access Control Locks

  • ADAMS RITE® eForce® 3090P/C
  • CORBIN RUSSWIN® Access 600® RNE1
  • SARGENT® Harmony® Series
  • YALE® Symphony®

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