Security Systems News

MAR 2017

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SECURITY SYSTEMS NEWS M a RC h 2017 product spotlight 37 Editor's note: The companies listed in this special section submitted product information in response to a call for products for this month's feature. Security Systems News is not responsible for the accuracy of the content in the product descriptions. Product Spotlight: Locking Systems dormakaba E-Pl E x & Pow E rPl E x ■ Quickly install up to 100 locks without wires, conduit runs, or network drops ■ Fast data transfer and long battery life make for an efficient, low cost access control solution ■ Designed for applications in all vertical markets Security Door Controls Qui E t D uo El E ctric l atch rE traction Kit ■ Motorized electric latch retraction and dogging for fire and non-fire rated devices ■ Retrofits select exit device brands without removing device from the door ■ Quiet, Low 700mA Inrush, 180 mA continuous BEST Access S h E lt E r ■ Wireless responsive lockdown solution designed to quickly secure spaces ■ Combination of code-compliant mechanical hardware and proven technologies ■ Ability to be configured to adapt to a building's security protocol ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin in 100 aPE rio w ir E l ESS l oc K ■ Combines convenience of wireless with the real-time communication of online access control ■ Integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 lock, available with black or white reader, many finishes/ levers ■ Simultaneously supports multiple credential types (including smart cards and Prox) and mobile access Gatekeeper Systems P urch EK Pu S hout t h E ft l o SS Pr E v E ntion Solution ■ Keep your merchandise, and lose the confrontation with the purchek solution ■ Locking wheel technology prevents shoplifters from pushing out carts of unpaid merchandise ■ Customized to your individual needs, protect your entire store or high-loss department Dortronics Systems 4800 S E ri ES Smart i nt E rloc K c ontroll E r S ■ Twelve field assignable inputs and seventeen configurable relay outputs for maximum flexibility ■ Can be user configured to accommodate up to five doors ■ Watchdog circuit; LED indicators for input- output connection status; voltage spike/ surge protection Vanderbilt bright blu E i nt E llig E nt a cc ESS m anag E m E nt Sy S t E m ■ Ideal for most small- to medium-sized applications, with management of up to 32 doors and 5,000 cardholders ■ Any computer running a standard Web browser can be used to access, monitor and manage the system ■ Integrates seamlessly with video for ease of investigations and incident response ASSA ABLOY Group brands SARGENT in 220 Pow E r ov E r Eth E rn E t l oc K ■ Integrated PoE lock supports multiple credentials and HID Mobile Access ■ Provides online access control using up to 76% less standby power consumption than traditional solutions ■ Uses standard IEEE 802.3af network infrastructure for power and data, to reduce costs and streamline installations Yale Locks & Hardware n E x t ouch K E y P a D a cc ESS l oc K ■ Grade 1 cylindrical lock with capacitive touchscreen or pushbutton keypad option ■ Innovative feature set includes privacy mode, 9V power backup, and scalability ■ Fully modular technology enables upgrade to ZigBee/ Z-Wave or Data-on-Card system Allegion Schlag E l E w ir E l ESS m orti SE l oc K ■ Features ENGAGE technology and is designed to extend electronic access control ■ Ideal for suite entrances, office doors and sensitive storage spaces ■ Offers standalone solution with web and mobile applications or integrated software solution Adams Rite u ltra l in E 7400 S E ri ES El E ctric Stri KES ■ Compact design featuring adjustable stainless steel split-jaws, and over 1,500 lbs. of holding force ■ UltraLine electric strikes can release electrically with up to 30 lbs. of door preload ■ Operates at 12, 16, and 24 VDC with one solenoid; jaw inserts of various sizes adjust to compensate for door and frame related preload and security problems

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