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Delayed Egress
Detex
Booth #3525
 
The Electric Delayed Egress with Latch Retraction from Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, is designed for applications where both delayed egress and remote unlocking, remote dogging, access control, or an automatic door operator is desired. An optional EX Request to Exit Switch may be added for pushpad monitoring or an LBM Switch for latch bolt monitoring. The alarm in the remote interface module, which produces 100 decibels, will sound when someone attempts to exit. The alarm will continue to sound, but the door will remain locked for 15 seconds, deterring unauthorized exit and providing time for the responsible party to respond to the alarm.
 

 
Managed Access Control
Kantech
Booth #1321
 
Kantech of Brossard, Quebec, Canada, offers a security solution designed to bridge the gap between a hosted and a fully managed solution. Kantech Managed Access Control solutions allow customers to remotely manage their access control systems from anywhere in the world via the Internet. No on-site PC or server is required, and there is no need for on-site software or specialized training. Fully featured, secure, flexible, and easy to install, the solution provides access control for a single door or a large enterprise. It offers low cost of ownership and real-time monitoring within an easy-to-use, Web-based interface.
 

 
IP Cameras
UTC Fire and Security
Booth #2803
 
UltraView IP cameras from UTC Fire and Security of Bradenton, Florida, provide high-quality surveillance images using powerful H.264-SVC compression. These IP cameras deliver true day/night performance and offer wide dynamic range and low-light options. They offer H.264 AVC/SVC compression for more efficient streaming and storage. Cameras can operate on 24 VAC and 12 VDC, as well as power over Ethernet. The lens corrects for infrared lighting to reduce focus shift between day and night operation.
 

 
Online Access Control
Sargent
Booth #301
 
SARGENT Manufacturing of New Haven, Connecticut, has introduced the Profile Series v.N2 with Aperio technology that makes it easy and cost-effective to implement full online access control in openings that might otherwise go unprotected. Aperio uses a short-distance, open-standard, wireless communication protocol to connect an online electronic access control system to an Aperio-enabled lock, allowing users to leverage unused ports on an existing access control panel while saving the cost and inconvenience of bringing wiring through the door and door frame.
 

 
Incident Management
PPM 2000
Booth #1233
 
Perspective by PPM 2000 of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is a total solution for reporting incidents, managing investigations, and building cases. Users can query data for trending, risk mitigation, and performance metrics, enabling them to assess what’s happening and make informed decisions. A business intelligence dashboard and visualization tool for dynamic link analysis enhance information gathering. The highly customizable solution can be configured for a single department or implemented enterprisewide. Perspective provides incident data collection and analysis complete with integrations to the industry’s leading emergency preparedness, situation management, and access control solutions.
 


Trace Detector
Smiths Detection
Booth #2619
 
The Multi-Mode Threat Detector (MMTD) from Smiths Detection of Morristown, New Jersey, is a hand-held trace detector for explosives, narcotics, chemical warfare agents (CWAs), and toxic industrial chemicals (TICs). Trusted ion mobility spectrometry and proprietary scan sequencing optimize the detection of both conventional and homemade explosives. With a rugged outer shell designed for operation in extreme environmental conditions, the MMTD offers trace detection without compromising portability or functionality. It provides particle and vapor sampling and explosives and narcotics detection from a single sample. The unit has an intuitive interface and remote operation via wireless or Ethernet. A hot-swap battery powers the unit for five hours of uninterrupted operation.
 

 
Walk-through Detector
Rapiscan
Booth #3557
 
The Metor 6M is a multipurpose, multizone, walk-through metal detector used primarily for weapons detection. Made by Rapiscan Systems of Hawthorne, California, it enables visitor screening at government buildings, stadiums, and factories; loss prevention in industrial applications; and screening in hotels, restaurants, casinos, and night clubs. The detector features independent zones for superior discrimination, reliable detection of threat items, high traffic throughput, optimum immunity to environmental interference, and reliable location of threats. Installation and operation are easy, and intelligent traffic counters ensure reliable statistics.
 

 
Power Transfer
Securitron
Booth #301
 
Securitron Magnalock Corporation of Sparks, Nevada, offers new Concealed Electrical Power Transfer (CEPT) that effectively routes low-voltage wires between a door’s electrified hardware and its frame. The CEPT is designed to be mortised into the edges of the door and frame, generally above the second hinge, and it is suitable for new construction as well as replacement. The CEPT has no exposed openings, so it protects internal wires from vandals and wear. Each unit is made from polished stainless steel and four architectural finishes are available.

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