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FIPS-201 ACCESS

- Kaba Access Control of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has introduced the E-Plex 5800 series, a standalone access control system approved by the U.S. General Services Administration to meet FIPS-201 requirements. The battery-operated locks integrate FIPS-201 technology from CoreStreet of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Access Control

- The new RezShield System from Kaba Multihousing & Institutional of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, offers an easy way for residents of senior living and assisted living housing to access their rooms.

Access Control Locks

- Trilogy Series Access Control Locks from Alarm Lock Systems, Inc., of Amity­ville, New York, offer access control at the door.

Wireless Access

- Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, has introduced a new Wireless Network Module, which allows its SK-ACP two-door access control to connect to a LAN to monitor and control an access control system.

Delayed Egress

- Alarm Lock Systems of Amityville, New York, has introduced the Sirenlock Model 715, an easy-to-install surface-mounted unit that prevents shoplifters from pass­ing through unauthorized exit doors with mer­chandise.

Wireless Access Control

- The OMNILOCK Wireless Access Management System from Indianapolis-based Stanley Security Solutions allows administrators to control access to facilities from a central networked computer, remote workstations, or VPN-connected machines.

Electric Bollards

- SecureUSA, Inc. of Cumming, Georgia, has developed an entirely electric, K12 bollard system.

Electric Strikes

- The Dortronics 3300 Series are now UL-Listed Burglary Resistant Electric Strikes. They were tested to withstand a 1,000-pound pull test and run through 250,000 cycles.

Keypads

- DynaLock Corporation of Bristol, Connecticut, has introduced two standa­lone digital keypad product lines.

Access Control

- Two new Starter Kits from Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, contain everything needed to install a two-door access control system except the door locks and cabling.

Exit Hardware

- RISCO Group USA of Mel­ville, New York, has added two new intelligent passive-infra­red motion detectors that can serve a variety of request-to-exit applications.

Delayed Egress

- Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, is offering delayed egress hardware that withstands harsh weather. The hardware can be used on outside gates, as well as on interior doors that become wet when opened.

Locking Handle

- Southco of Concordville, Pennsylvania, has introduced the Southco H3-EM electronic locking swing handle, which delivers electronic access security to data center cabinets and industrial enclosures.
 




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