Site Map - Access Control

Privacy lock

- The E-Plex 5000 Series by Kaba Access Control of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is now available with a privacy lock option. The privacy feature is activated by turning a knob on the inside lock housing.

Card printer

- Datacard Group of Minnetonka, Minnesota, has launched the Datacard SP25 card printer, which offers rewritable card-printing technologies and prints in full color or one color.

Converged security management

- SAFE is a new application suite from Quantum Secure, Inc., of San Jose, California, that enables users to centrally define, document, deploy, and enforce physical security policies across multiple sites and systems.

Security management

- Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, has launched Pro-Watch Release 3.7 software, which offers a complete security management solution, including access control, alarm monitoring, video badging, and CCTV system interface.

Energy-saving locks

- The SDC 1571 series EMLock provides 1,200 pounds of holding force using only 3 watts of power. Made by Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, it reduces installation costs by requiring fewer or smaller power supplies.

Complete security solution

- Indianapolis-based Integral Technologies, Inc., has integrated its DigitalSENTRY Network Video Software and Intelli-M PoE control, plus a PoE switch and IP cameras, to make a “pure IT” end-to-end security solution.

Power distribution

- New FireSwitch Power Distribution Modules from Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, are designed for use with access control locking devices. They incorporate an FACP interface to unlock doors and enable emergency egress when fire alarms are activated.

Document verification

- Identity verification technology from Intelli-Check, Inc., of Woodbury, New York, has been added to the PassagePoint Visitor Management software systems from STOPware, Inc., of San Jose, California. Intelli-Check’s DCM/2 data capture module can confirm the authenticity of a government-issued identification document.

Video software

- Version 3.1 of the XProtect Central software is now available from Copenhagen-based Milestone Systems. Working with the XProtect Enterprise 5.6 server, it ensures maximum operation of large video surveillance installations.

Alarm transmitter

- Digitize, Inc., of Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, has introduced a 16-zone transmitter to its telegraph transmitter line. The DET-16 can read the current flow and direction of the 100-milliampere municipal loop.

Transponder key

- SimonsVoss Technologies, Inc., of Franklin, Wisconsin, has introduced a transponder that replaces a mechanical key. A user pushes the button to unlock multiple doors and control a wide range of equipment as authorized by the system administrator.

Passport system

- The Datacard PB6500 passport issuance system helps increase passport security to prevent fraud and identity theft. New from Datacard Group of Minnetonka, Minnesota, the system automates inline high-volume passport production.

Access Control

- Sielox of Thorofare, New Jersey, has upgraded the capabilities of its Pinnacle access control software. Version 5.0 includes an automatic reconnect feature when a network connection has been lost, without the necessity of having the client logged in as an administrator.

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