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ISC West Product Showcase 2011

Access Hardware Controller

The four and eight-station UR Series Universal Application Door Controllers from Security Door Controls of Camarillo, California, incorporate a microprocessor with 13 field-programmable modes. The UR4 has four relay outputs for two to four doors. The UR8 has eight relay outputs for four to eight doors. Individual stations can be programmed with the same or different application modes. Field-selectable modes include conventional relay; time-delay relay; dual-function latching and time-delay relay; fire emergency release input; five different interlocks and mantraps; two selectable hospital or dormitory shared-bathroom modes; and more. One control module can accommodate virtually any access control system application, and centralized wiring of all components includes access controls, electric locks, peripheral equipment, and monitoring contacts. The UR series can be factory programmed to meet custom system requirements.

Booth 19109, Circle 445


Emergency Phones

Talk-A-Phone Company of Niles, Illinois, has introduced native VOIP–500 series Emergency Phones that can be connected directly into existing routers and LAN infrastructure. The new unit is a direct physical replacement of a Talk-A-Phone 400 series analog phone. Many custom faceplate sizes are available, allowing other manufacturer’s analog phones to be easily upgraded to the VOIP–500 series. The phone’s built-in Layer 2 switch allows other IP devices to be connected directly into the phone, further enhancing IP integration options. The phones can be paged at high volume with WEBS Contact mass notification software, allowing emergency personnel to issue targeted alerts to any segment of a facility. The software automatically tests and verifies connectivity and sends e-mail alerts on failure detection.

Booth 16115, Circle 446


Global Security

Offering best-in-class intrusion, video surveillance, access control, transmission, and fire and life safety solutions, Interlogix of Bradenton, Florida, a UTC Fire and Security Company, brings together some of the most recognized names in security. Its comprehensive portfolio includes well-known product brands such as GE, IFS, and Verex, backed by ongoing partner services and support. From residential to commercial applications, Interlogix can help customers secure and protect what matters most.

Booth 11087, Circle 447


Enterprise Security

Software House of Westford, Massachusetts, has released C•CURE 9000 Enterprise access control software, which provides advanced distributed architecture for enterprise scalability and central management of building security for multisite installations. Security directors can expand the access control system as the organization grows. The software enables users to maintain independent control at each remote location while managing the entire enterprise from a central location. Users save time and money by monitoring alarms from each local site simultaneously from one workstation.

Booth 20017, Circle 448


Visitor Badges

The TAB-Expiring Visitor Pass changes color overnight to prevent reuse and does not need to be collected from visitors leaving the premises. Produced by Data Management, Inc., of Farmington, Con­necticut, it is activated by folding over an integrated tab. The patented one-piece design speeds up visitor registration and leaves no waste or mess. The badges are printed on rolls using standard thermal label printers, making them compatible with visitor management software. These passes are also available in sheet format, as a portable, self-duplicating wirebound book for manual entry of visitor data.

Booth 18145, Circle 449


Electronic Locks

Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, has expanded the flexibility of its CyberLock access control solution. The CyberLock Flex System features a door controller module that not only drives the doors themselves, but also enables integration with existing Wiegand access devices and other hardwired solutions. Reader modules facilitate access to doors via the door controller. Also available are knob and display modules, RFID reader modules, and weatherized vault modules for storing smart keys outdoors.

Booth 15127, Circle 450

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