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Access Control

- RS2 Technologies, LLC, of Munster, Indiana, has released the new EP Series of system control processors. Based on open-architecture hardware from Mercury Security Corporation of Long Beach, California, the EP-1502 and EP-2500 support multi-grouped holidays, precision access, and multiple time zones. Both feature AES 128-bit NIST Certified Encryption and support biometric access verification, PINs, and up to eight active card formats.

Access Panel

- The NetAXS hybrid access control panel is a four-door programmable panel that offers Web-based or PC-based software functionality. New from Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, the panel offers simple installation and programming for small and medium-sized organizations.

Narrow-Stile Lock

- Kaba Access Control of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has introduced the E-Plex 3000 Series Narrow Stile Lock, an electronic pushbutton lock for narrow-stile aluminum-glass doors. It is designed to retrofit inside trim for Adams Rite locks, and offers 300 access codes and a 9,000-event audit trail that also records key override usage.

ID Software

- Minneapolis-based Fargo Electronics, Inc., has announced that its Fargo Asure ID Express ID badge software is now available at no extra cost when ordered with a Fargo card printer/encoder. This suite of digital identity and photo ID card management solutions enables organizations to create, manage, and verify an individual’s identity.

Proximity Readers

- HID Global Corporation of Irvine, California, has launched a new mullion-mounted reader, which allows users to upgrade from MiniProx to iCLASS (R15) or multiCLASS (RP15) access control readers. The readers offer complete mechanical and electrical backward compatibility and use the same footprint, power requirements, and installation process as the MiniProx reader.

Power Supply

- The new 632RF modular access control power supply from Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, is specifically designed for the power and interfacing of access controls, electric locking devices, monitoring contacts, egress devices, and remote controls.

Access Control Panel

- Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, has introduced a new hybrid access control panel. NetAXS is a four-door programmable panel with a hybrid Web-based or PC-based system that can be a new access control system or update an existing one. The system features hardware that is easy to program and install and software that scales up or down.

Two-Door Access Control

- The DirecDoor controller from GE Security, Inc., of Bradenton, Florida, provides an easy-to-install, cost-effective solution for extending and increasing the flexibility of existing access-controlled networks. The two-reader, two-door, power-over-Ethernet access controller is deployed at the door location with full controller intelligence.

Door Control

- Matrix Systems of Dayton, Ohio, has introduced a device that provides door access using power over Ethernet (PoE). The Reader Control Module III with PoE offers new and retrofit sites the alternative of supplying power to new door readers, controllers, and strikes via the building’s Ethernet, eliminating up to 33 percent of installation and labor costs associated with running individual AC power supplies to new hardware.

Vehicle Search System

- The Vehicle Search System Deluxe (WA-VSWD14) from Zistos Corporation of Hauppauge, New York, allows operators to thoroughly search vehicles and cargo at access control points. The entire system fits into a compact case; it includes the WalkAbout, a wearable video display in a weather-resistant housing, and modular inspection tools.

Access Control Mapping

- Integrated Graphical Mapping is a new feature for the Pinnacle 6.0 security management software from Sielox of Runnemede, New Jersey. The mapping platform enables any device listed on the system’s device tree to be placed on a floor plan for monitoring and control.

Access Software

- RS2 Technologies, LLC, of Munster, Indiana, has released new access control software. Access It! Universal combines the features of the company’s Ultra and Enterprise software into a single package. Users can select the feature sets they need and build a scaleable, cost-effective system that can provide access control for a few employees or control a variety of operations for thousands of employees scattered across multiple locations.

Security Management

- Nedap Security Management of Groenlo, Netherlands, has introduced AEOS 2.1, with more innovative technology and user-friendliness. It can save frequent queries and search results will automatically be refreshed. Results screens and error sensitivity have been improved. The new “event action” enables the user to automate frequent and time-critical actions.

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