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Vehicle Barrier

- The FutureWEDGE Series (SU-SM) is a line of electric vehicle barriers from SecureUSA, Inc., of Cumming, Georgia. They are easily mounted in almost any location, because they require little or no excavation. The optional integrated gate arm and traffic lights provide added safety.

Access Control

- IDenticard Systems of Lititz, Pennsylvania, has introduced the PremiSys access control system, which can accommodate facilities of every size. It offers dynamic mapping to monitor alarms, relays, doors, and alarm acknowledgements through a floor plan/graphic map interface.

Revolving Door

- Stanley Access Technologies of Farmington, Connecticut, has released the Series 500 Revolving Door, a manual revolving door that is cost-effective and energy efficient. The door also increases interior comfort by reducing infiltration of dust and dirt through the building entrance.

Door Operator

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Electronic Door Strike

- The new SDC 45 series electric door strike from Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, accommodates cylindrical and mortise locksets having up to 3/4-inch latchbolts.

Exit Controls

- The new 6901 Series Specialty Exit Control line from DynaLock of Bristol, Connecticut, is a heavy-duty two-gang push plate that is precision machined from solid aluminum.

Access Control

- BrightBlue by Schlage is a new Web-based access control system from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies of Carmel, Indiana. It lets users access, monitor, and manage their system from any computer via a standard Web browser.

IP Access Control

- Genetec of Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada, has released the latest version of its IP access control solution. Synergis now includes a software development kit for third-party system integrations, such as human resource management, time and attendance, and fire and intrusion detection.

Access Control

- Brivo Systems, LLC, of Bethesda, Maryland, has launched the OnSite SE, an IT appliance-based access control solution for organizations that wish to retain configuration and event data in their own network. The system uses a rack-mounted embedded Web platform capable of managing multiple networked control panels.

Security Management

- Securitas Systems of Norcross, Georgia, offers the iMPACT SOLUTIONS suite of services for security system design, installation, service, monitoring, administration, and account management. Through central station managed access control, Securitas can administer and manage all aspects of a company’s access control system.

Metal Detector

- The Metor 200 walk-through metal detector from Rapiscan Systems of Hawthorne, California, features multizone detection. Each detection zone functions as an independent detector and automatically increases discrimination by reducing the cumulative signal effect caused by distributed harmless objects.

Access Control Software

- The Access Personal Edition is a modular software program for small to medium businesses from Bosch Security Systems, Inc., of Fairport, New York. Using the Access Modular Controller hardware platform, it supports up to 2,000 users, 64 readers, and 16 workstations. The platform allows users to scale up to a more advanced system without new hardware.

Wireless Reader

- International Electronics, Inc., of Canton, Massachusetts, has introduced the prox.pad plus IR, a PC-based access system. The unit uses infrared technology to communicate with the company’s hand-held data transfer device (DTD), eliminating the need for costly wire runs and allowing for use in remote areas.
 




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