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ASIS Product Showcase Wrap Up

 Metal Detectors
CEIA USA
Circle #1264

The CEIA PMD2 Plus is the next generation of Walk-Through Metal Detectors from CEIA USA, LTD, of Twinsburg, Ohio. The new version retains the reliability and ease of use of the PMD2, while offering new features and full compliance with the strictest security standards. Met-Identity technology specifically identifies the location, amount, and type of metal being brought into the secured area. Available in standard-panel or Elliptic-column style, the detector ignores more personal effects to create higher throughput.

 


Automatic Door Kit
Detex
Circle #1272

Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, provides an automatic-operated door EasyKit that makes installation simple. All components are configured for the customer’s requirements. Especially useful for ADA access at healthcare facilities, the Detex AOD EasyKit is a turnkey solution that features the Advantex Latch Retraction exit device and the AO19 door operator. It has a built-in, prewired power supply, along with riser and wiring diagrams. Other features include adjustable time delay, push-and-go, reverse on obstruction, and sequencing for vestibule doors.

 


Security Iterface
Gallagher
Circle #1266

Gallagher of North Kansas City, Missouri, has introduced Command Centre Premier v7.00, a versatile user interface for cardholder administrators and control room operators. It ensures that security operators see important information, sized and placed on screen exactly where it works best. For alarm management, general monitoring, and cardholder administration, information is provided seamlessly and in context. The intuitive user interface design tool allows users to create or adjust screen layouts in minutes, using information from different sources, and filtering content to provide operators with situational awareness.


Card Printer
Digital Identification Solutions
Circle #1267

The EDIsecure XID 8300 Retransfer ID Card Printer from Digital Identification Solutions of Piedmont, South Carolina, is built on a solid steel frame. It offers high-resolution UV printing, plus contact and contactless smart card and magnetic stripe encoding. There is a two-year warranty on the printer and a lifetime warranty on the print head. The lockable card hopper stores up to 200 blank cards, and the front-loading system with replaceable cartridges makes changing supplies fast and easy. The optional ILM-DS offers simultaneous, dual-side lamination.

 


Information Security
Research Electronics
Circle #1269

Research Electronics International (REI) of Algood, Tennessee, designs and manufactures eavesdropping detection and countermeasure equipment for the protection of intangible assets and intellectual property. The new OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer offers RF signal acquisition and analysis, detecting rogue transmissions across a wide frequency spectrum. The TALAN Telephone and Line Analyzer inspects, analyzes, and tests digital telephone lines for taps and other eavesdropping devices. The ORION Non-Linear Junction Evaluator detects hidden electronic devices, regardless of whether the device is turned on.

 


Security Management System
SAIC
Circle #1270

The Security Management System from SAIC of McLean, Virginia, provides a common operating platform solution for enhanced situational awareness with a geographic map-based command-and-control user interface. It integrates with new and legacy access control, intrusion detection, and video surveillance products, and it offers sophisticated alarm management that allows the user to define automated actions in response to alarms.

 


Wireless Locks
Ingersoll Rand/Schlage
Circle #1271

Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies of Carmel, Indiana, has introduced the Schlage AD-Series, a new electronic locking platform with a modular design that lets users adapt to new technologies, even when changing to wireless networking. Without replacing—or even removing—the lock, users can upgrade network modules to go from an offline to a networked solution. With its open architecture platform, the lock allows users to choose a specific electronic lock with confidence that it can be upgraded easily.

 


Imaging System
Moog Quickset
Circle #1265

Moog QuickSet of Northbrook, Illinois, developed the GeminEye Modular Imaging System to provide high-performance in a small package that can be configured for various applications. Based on the QPT-LT dual side-mount positioner, it can include one or two camera blocks, for day, night, or day/night capability. The system is completely upgradable with image blocks that can be swapped by the user in the field, including visible spectrum cameras, thermal imagers, and illuminators. The lightweight, IP67-certified, pressurized camera housings are resistant to random vibration.


Mobile Monitoring
Diebold, Incorporated
Circle #1268

Moog QuickSet of Northbrook, Illinois, developed the GeminEye Modular Imaging System to provide high-performance in a small package that can be configured for various applications. Based on the QPT-LT dual side-mount positioner, it can include one or two camera blocks, for day, night, or day/night capability. The system is completely upgradable with image blocks that can be swapped by the user in the field, including visible spectrum cameras, thermal imagers, and illuminators. The lightweight, IP67-certified, pressurized camera housings are resistant to random vibration.
 

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