The Detex AODx10ERx1S-1 was designed for access-controlled doors at assisted living homes, airports, and shopping centers, where access control and a low-energy, automatic operator are required. Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, makes it easy to order this door security system using its EasyKit, a single catalog number that specifies everything needed. This EasyKit integrates the Advantex latch retraction exit device, a low-energy automatic operator, and prewired, built-in latch retraction power supply. Also included are two wireless ADA activation buttons, a power transfer, code compliant signage, and an easy-to-follow wiring diagram. Other EasyKit Systems are available for delayed egress, weatherized delayed egress, access-controlled doors, automatically operated doors, and electric dogging with central control. Engineered and assembled in America, Detex Products conform to life safety codes and are backed worldwide by Detex-trained support.
Booth 25101, Circle 424
Beginning a migration to IP-based systems prepares for the time when IP technology will dominate video surveillance systems. IP security surveillance products from Honeywell Security Group of Louisville, Kentucky, allow integration of a broader range of technology—including high-definition cameras, a powerful video management platform, and intelligent video analytics—into existing analog systems. The portfolio of products includes cameras, DVRs/NVRs, software, encoders, decoders, matrix switching systems, and keyboards. Integrating IP technology with analog systems can help users capitalize on existing IT infrastructure, decrease missed detections and increase convictions using video analytics, complete installations quickly and easily with auto-discovery of Honeywell’s cameras and recorders, and migrate to IP one camera at a time or all at once.
Booth 14023, Circle 425
DynaLock Corporation of Bristol, Connecticut, uses heavy-duty piezoelectric switches in its 6600 series halo-lighted, request-to-exit (REX) pushbuttons. The nonmagnetic switches are resistant to corrosion and vandals, so they are ideal for indoor and outdoor use. Pressing the soft-touch piezoelectric switch releases an electronic locking device or similar application. The SPDT-double-break (Form Z) output relay contacts are rated for 5 amps at 125 VAC, with a field-adjustable pulse-time of 1 to 60 seconds. A brilliant, external LED ring indicator may be set to illuminate red, green, or yellow and change upon relay activation. Standard models include a choice of single-gang box or narrow-mullion mount, with or without EXIT signage.
Booth 20128, Circle 426
EasyLobby Secure Visitor Management (SVM) from EasyLobby, Inc., of Needham, Massachusetts, allows users to identify, badge, and track visitors quickly and accurately. The software automates the registration process, capturing detailed information and printing a customized badge in 20 seconds or less. The system integrates with access control systems to provide proximity card access to guests, and employees can preregister visitors via the Internet. The software also has the ability to analyze visitor data and run queries and reports. The Watch List feature helps identify and prohibit unwanted people from entering.
Booth 22135, Circle 427
FLIR Commercial Systems, Inc., of Wilsonville, Oregon, has introduced new thermal security cameras at prices starting at less than $3,000. The powerful full-featured cameras are available in resolutions of 320 x 240 or 640 x 480. They provide control and video over both analog and IP connections. The thermal technology allows cameras to produce distinct images in total darkness and through dust, smoke, and light fog, and the lower prices make them affordable for business parks, parking garages, residential areas, and local parks.
Booth 25123, Circle 428
IDenticard Systems of Lititz, Pennsylvania, has released a new version of its PremiSys access control system. The system includes video integration with exacqVision from Exacq Technologies. Users can eliminate the need for constant monitoring by an employee by programming e-mail notification when specific events occur. Hardware filtering controls which devices an operator can view, and additional filtering can restrict access groups that operators can assign to cardholders. Users can also view live and recorded video simultaneously on the same screen.
Booth 14109, Circle 429
Ecology-Sensitive ID Products
HID Global of Irvine, California, is creating products and solutions that have a smaller carbon footprint to reduce environmental impact. Initiatives include achieving green product certification, such as ENERGY STAR certification for HID’s FARGO printers; developing sustainable packaging for future products; and launching products like the UltraCard Eco, which is made using biodegradable BioPVC. Offering a cost-effective way to go green by reducing the environmental impact from printing on plastic cards, UltraCard Eco cards are the highest quality PVC and composite cards in the industry for printing photo IDs, loyalty cards, and a variety of other cards.
Booth 12051, Circle 430