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46 Security Dealer & Integrator / www.SecurityInfoWatch.com September 2018 Implementation Features and integration options vary by manufacturer, but the majority of corpo- rate-level access control solu- tions support the program- ming and configuration of the settings suggested in this article. Integrators can pro- vide added value by revisiting existing customers to make sure installed systems have been configured to support the facility's emergency action plans and that soware capa- bilities are being maximized. For new installations, cost-effectiveness, ease of installation and ease of programming also come into play when selecting an access con- trol solution. For example, can panic buttons be hardwired to nearby door 1.877.226.3369 / 905.366.3377 www.camdencontrols.com Opening New Doors to Innovation, Quality and Support! The New Value Leader with a Complete Line of Strikes for any Application CX-ED2079 CX-ED1079L/DL CX-ED1410 CX-ED1579L CX-ED1259L • 'Universal' models with 12/24V, fail safe/fail secure operation and packaged with multiple faceplates. • Exclusive features including one RIM strike model for both security and fire, ½" to ¾" latch projection. • UL 1034 Burglary, UL 294 Access and UL 10C, ULC S104, Fire Listings. FEATURES: BUILT CAMDEN TOUGH! Grade 1, ANSI Grade 1, ANSI Fire Rated Grade 1, 'All In One' Grade 1, RIM Fire Rated Grade 2, ANSI Request information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/10213140 at the individual door level? ese are questions that may not be top-of- mind when discussing access control options with customers, but they can ultimately have a big impact on the system's total cost of ownership. At a time when active shooters are a staple of our weekly news cycle, all schools and places of business should have technology in place to support a lockdown. In reality, the majority probably do, but, unfortunately, many are unaware of the ways that their access control system can deliver on this important need. As a trusted advi- sor, it is up to security integrators to change that perception. ■ » Huy Q. Lai is an Applications Engineer, and Bret McGowan is SVP of Sales and Marketing for Vicon. Request more info about the company at www.securityinfowatch.com/10215670. Back to School SECURITY For doors that are centrally controlled, integrators should make sure that there is a fast and easy way to initiate lockdown, such as strategically placed panic buttons. Photo: Vicon controllers, or do they each require home runs back to the main server? How seamless and affordable is inte- gration with compatible video man- agement systems? How time consum- ing is it to program custom behaviors

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