ISC West Product Showcase

Key Control

Booth 7126, Circle 433

Morse Watchmans Inc. of Oxford, Connecticut, has introduced the KeyWatcher Touch, with an easy-to-use seven-inch touchscreen, for complete control of keys. The KeyAnywhere feature enables key return to any KeyWatcher in the enterprise. Users can find which unit houses a specific key or determine who has checked it out using the FindKey feature. New TrueTouch client software offers an improved interface and auto sync for enhanced administration and control. It also has improved integration capabilities.



Door Control

Booth, 7087, Circle 434

The new Single-Door PoE Controller CA150 from Keyscan Access Control Systems of Whitby, Ontario, Canada, is ideal for businesses that have only one critical door to secure or those that want the flexibility of door control using power over Ethernet (PoE). While designed to support a single door, it may be used in combination with any number of access control units as a seamless part of a larger system. The PoE unit supplies power for the reader, door strike, request-to-exit, and other auxiliary devices. It includes two powered relays, four supervised inputs, and two reader ports.


Access Control

Booth 21005, Circle 435

Kantech of Brossard, Quebec, Canada, has released EntraPass v5.01 security software. Designed to help customers with changing access control security needs, EntraPass allows customers to design and operate any number of doors where card access is required. New features include multiswipe functionality when using the KT-400 four-reader controller. Authorized cardholders can perform functions through multiple swipes of a card without having to access the security software. The functions include activating relays, locking and unlocking doors, arming and disarming the alarm panel, and more. EntraPass now integrates with American Dynamic’s VideoEdge NVR allowing users to view, manage, and control video.

Document Destruction

Circle 436

The Destroyit AL1 business shredder by MBM Corporation of North Charleston, South Carolina, has won numerous design awards for its sleek, contemporary looks. Its aluminum casing features side panels that can be ordered in custom colors or individualized with a company logo. The cross-cut shredding head provides DIN level-4 security and is powered by a quiet single-phase motor. It comes equipped with hardened steel cutting shafts that are warranted for life and advanced safety features.


Panic Button

Circle 437

The Lynx-USB panic button provides a simple and cost-effective way to add employee alerts anywhere inside a network. New from Micro Technology Services of Richardson, Texas, it easily plugs into a PC and loads the client software, allowing the alarm to instantly communicate through the Lynxguide server to other PCs, existing radios, cell phones, and more. The fully supervised Lynx-USB panic button operates even if the PC is logged off. As an option, the device complements the LynxKeyPro, two-key combination keyboard panic alarms that come with the Lynxguide server.


Security Management

Booth 21005, Circle 438

Software House of Westford, Massachusetts, has released C•CURE 9000 v2.02 access control software. New features include predefined alarm response messages and escorted access. It also runs on Microsoft .NET Framework 4. With the addition of C•CURE 9000 Enterprise, corporate security personnel retain central control over an entire system, while each local facility maintains independent control of its individual operation. System administrators at the main facility can configure and monitor all locations from a single site.



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