Salto introduces new lock, AElement Fusion

AElement Fusion's small, customizable light ring reader offers a discreet electronic lock.

Salto's new AElement Fusion is an electronic lock with a sleek round reader that eliminates lock hardware on the door by encasing all electronic components inside the door itself, making security virtually invisible. The AElement Fusion is compatible with RFID and BLE technologies that integrate seamlessly with mobile applications including Salto Systems' JustIN Mobile.

Providing a minimalistic design that blends in with any hotel décor, the AElement Fusion's small, customizable light ring reader (available in black or white) offers a discreet electronic lock for hotels looking to deploy electronic access control with a stylish, yet technologically-advanced solution.

"For more than a decade, our intention has been to create an invisible electronic hotel lock. The AElement Fusion is the realization of that vision," Salto Systems CMSO Marc Handels said in a statement. "AElement Fusion marks a new era for Salto Hospitality — one in which the electronic lock disappears into the guest experience."

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AElement Fusion incorporates Salto's stand-alone, battery-powered electronic lock and technology, SVN data-on-card and advanced wireless technology, with online, real-time capabilities — all without using wires.

To help architects, designers and engineers decide which is the best AElement Fusion model, Salto has developed a tool that allows complete visualization and customization of the locking solutions chosen by the user. By accessing the web page, the user is able to select the door lock model online to configure and create their customized door by personalizing everything. This smart tool will help visitors select different designs and lock models, giving them an idea of how the solutions will look on different types of doors and with different finishes.

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