Security Business

MAR 2019

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84 Security Business / www.SecurityInfoWatch.com / March 2019 2019 PRODUCT PREVIEW FEATURED EXHIBITOR FEATURED EXHIBITOR Takex Booth #9029 Takex's FP-2500E combination flame and passive infrared motion sensor includes two output modes with "And" detection and "Individual" modes. Designed to minimize nuisance alarms where fast-acting spark/flame may be present, it features a flame detection range of 33 feet with variable detection times; intrusion detection with a 33-foot wide angle; and 40-pound small animal avoidance. The unit's outer case is compact and designed for wall or corner mounting. Other features include: Operating voltage of 10V to 30VDC (non-polarity) with a current consumption of 20mA; tamper output relay; and alarm memory output relay. Request more info at www.securityinfowatch.com/21069366 Paxton Access Booth #22043 The Net2 Entry Premium Monitor door entry system from Paxton Access provides an elegant aesthetic design. The smart, slim monitor with simple user interface includes a quality glass touchscreen and 25 background themes, making it ideal for a range of applications including high- end residential, commercial buildings and healthcare sites. The monitor features a concierge function, offering simple visitor and site management, along with a high-quality digital camera enabling two-way communication. It comes available in two variations – with or without a handset – and a desktop stand is also available, making the monitor adaptable for various environments. Request more info at www.securityinfowatch.com/12410500 LiftMaster Booth #13121 LiftMaster's Connected Access Portal, High Capacity (CAPXL) access control system is an expandable, cloud-based solution to control multiple entry points and manage several communities from a single dashboard. It features an intuitive interface and a stainless steel frame designed to withstand weather and heavy use. Request information: www.securityinfowatch.com/12389480 LILIN USA Booth #22103 LILIN has added an Amazon Alexa skill to its Device Hub device manager to enable users to simply ask for a live or recorded view from any supported LILIN IP camera or NVR and have it displayed on a TV monitor. Request information: www.securityinfowatch.com/21069246 Logic Supply Booth #8133 The Karbon 300 from Logic Supply is a compact, rugged computer engineered for challenging security and surveillance installations. Built to withstand extreme temperatures, airborne particulate, variable power environments, impact forces and vibration, it is ideal for outdoor, mobile or space-constrained applications. Request information: www.securityinfowatch.com/21069242 Magos Booth #4124 The SR250 perimeter radar from Magos covers an area of more than 15 acres and detects targets at up to 250 meters. With a range in azimuth of 120 degrees and an elevation of 30 degrees, the radar provides coverage in all weather and lighting conditions. Request information: www.securityinfowatch.com/21069231 March Networks Booth #26041 The new ME3 and SE2 PTZ cam- eras from March Networks are ideal for large-footprint environ- ments. They incorporate elec- tronic image stabilization and HDR, and universal Power over Ethernet ensures redundancy and zero downtime by switching to PoE when a camera loses power. Request information: www.securityinfowatch.com/21069227

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