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ISC West Product Showcase 2011

Camera Enclosure

The new ultra-high PoE camera system enclosure series from Moog Videolarm of Decatur, Georgia, allows the use of power over Ethernet (PoE) outdoors. Quick and simple to install, the sophisticated PoE camera housings accommodate most indoor fixed and pan-tilt-zoom PoE cameras, making them suitable for outdoor use at a much lower cost than unitized camera systems. Available in multiple styles, the enclosures use proprietary Dynamic Power Allocation technology to ensure that the camera always gets PoE power, even when the heater and blower are operational. The company offers a white paper, PoE Power: Secrets You Need to Know, at its Web site.

Booth 23041, Circle 438


Self-Powered Lock

Kaba Access Control of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has introduced a new generation of self-powered electronic access control. The E-Plex 2000 Series with PowerStar technology charges the lock with each turn of the lever, eliminating the need for battery replacements and helping the environment. Available in cylindrical, mortise, and exit trims, the locks accommodate up to 100 user codes. Because there is no external wiring, installation is easy.

Booth 23117, Circle 439

 


Security Booths

Par-Kut International, Inc., of Harrison Township, Michigan, manufactures rugged guard houses, guard booths, guard shelters, border inspection booths, security access control checkpoints, and observation towers. Customers appreciate the welded steel construction and include government, private industry, airports, nuclear power plants, and military facilities across the country and around the world. Special security features are offered to customize the security guard booth to location requirements and to keep security officers comfortable and secure. Ballistic construction options are available for high-risk environments. Par-Kut offers guard house designs and security booth drawings to suit most applications and will customize designs to meet site-specific needs.

Circle 440


High-Speed Dome

Pelco by Schneider Electric of Clovis, California, has introduced Spectra HD, the high-definition version of its Spectra PTZ dome. It delivers crystal-clear images via IP for live streaming to a standard Web browser, Endura, Digital Sentry, or other HD video management system. It features open architecture connectivity for third-party software recording solutions, allowing integration into virtually any IP-based HD system. Incorporating the Sarix technology platform, Spectra HD delivers 960-pixel resolution, built-in analytics with optional expansion package, 18x optical zoom, USB expansion slots, and 360-degree continuous pan rotation for precision and control.

Booth 16042, Circle 441


Security Locks

Aperio-enabled locks from ASSA ABLOY, including the Profile Series v.N2 from SARGENT Manufacturing of New Haven, Connecticut, enable customers to quickly upgrade the security level of their premises. The v.N2 uses local wireless communication between the lock and an Aperio hub to connect to an access control system, eliminating wiring at the door—the greatest cost and inconvenience of traditional access control. It integrates effortlessly with existing access control systems and offers a lower price per door, with the same real-time communication and management as traditional access control.

Booth 11067, Circle 442


Information Security

Research Electronics International (REI) of Algood, Tennessee, provides equipment and technology to protect against the loss of intangible assets and intellectual property. The OSCOR Blue Spectrum Analyzer performs RF signal acquisition and analysis at speeds of 24 GHz per second, detecting unknown, illegal, and disruptive rogue transmissions across a wide frequency spectrum. The TALAN Telephone and Line Analyzer inspects, analyzes, and tests digital telephone lines and other wiring for taps and other eavesdropping devices. The ORION Non-Linear Junction Evaluator detects hidden electronic devices, regardless of whether the device is radiating, hard-wired, or even turned off. The company’s Center for Technical Security offers the largest commercially available technical surveillance countermeasures training facility in the world.

Booth 19129, Circle 443


IP Cameras

The new OnSIP camera series from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, is IP/ONVIF compatible, so cameras work seamlessly with any IP based device or NVR with the same compatibility. Intensifier3 Technology is featured in some models so the viewer can see color in near-dark scenes without infrared LEDs. Focus Free Intensifier IP models eliminate the need for the installer to return to the site to refocus the camera after installation. Once the camera is placed, the motorized zoom lens is adjusted and set in position. Models with wide dynamic range provide high-quality pictures in scenes with both dark and bright areas. Cameras are available in bullet, dome, speed dome, and traditional configurations. Video servers, decoders, and mounting accessories are also available.

Booth 18041, Circle 444

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