Security Systems News

MAR 2018

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SECURITY SYSTEMS NEWS MaRCh 2018 product spotlight 29 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 Coming Up: April: Mobile Apps May: Home Automation June: Megapixel Cameras Morse Watchmans KEyWatchEr touch ■ ■ Intuitive key control system features automatic email and SMS notifications and reporting ■ ■ SmartKey Reader allows the user to add, delete, or identify SmartKeys remotely ■ ■ Modular, scalable design to support growing firms Camden Door Controls cX-ED1259L GraDE1 rIM strIKE ■ ■ UL 1034 burglary and UL 10C/ULC S104 Fire listed ■ ■ Offers ½" to ¾" latch projection ■ ■ Field selectable voltage, fail safe/fail secure operation and mechanical adjustment of the strike body Kwikset obsIDIan ■ ■ Low-profile touchscreen electronic deadbolt featuring "game changing" design ■ ■ Keywayless lock removes the threat of "lock picking" and "lock bumping," attacks ■ ■ Features Kwikset's patented SecureScreen, that can help prevent "smudge" attacks Adams Rite uLtraLInE 7400 sErIEs ELEctrIc strIKEs ■ ■ 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 Yale Locks & Hardware nEXtouch KEypaD accEss LocK ■ ■ 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 schLaGE LE WIrELEss MortIsE LocK ■ ■ 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 ASSA ABLOY EcoFLEX EXIt trIM ■ ■ Up to 95% energy savings, as certified by GreenCircle ■ ■ Assists with load reduction in optimizing energy performance credit in LEED ■ ■ Improves battery life for offline locks Securitron M680 sMart MaGnaLocK sErIEs ■ ■ With 1,110 lbs. of holding force, offers architects and integrators a lower profile, new options, and unique aesthetic design ■ ■ optional camera and REX inside a maglock that can be installed in as little as 25 minutes ■ ■ Offers top-tier features and labor/money- saving qualities Allegion aptIQ rEaDErs anD crEDEntIaLs ■ ■ Versatile proximity, smart and multi- technology reader options and credentials pair seamlessly ■ ■ Provides access control solutions without upgrading readers as new technology is available ■ ■ Impressive data storage and transfer rates in an open architecture design dormakaba E-pLEX & poWErpLEX ■ ■ 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 BEST Access shELtEr ■ ■ 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 Sponsorships are available! Contact: Tim Purpura, VP & Group Publisher, 207-846-0600 x217, Look for our digital source books coming out in 2018! Sourcebooks are emailed to our subscriber lists and included in our digital edition. Monitoring Source Book 3> Central monitoring operators: training, empathy and thinking really fast Personal alert systems: A current PERSpective 6> September: Access Control June: Monitoring 3> 7> Access control in the cloud Mobile access: Opening doors and taking down barriers Access Control Source Book

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