Security Business

MAY 2019

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May 2019 / / Security Business 51 ESX PRODUCT Preview AES Corporation Booth #224 The 7177 Hybrid 2.0 Subscriber provides dual functionality, combining elements of the IntelliNet 2.0 Fire Subscriber with IP Link capabilities to act as a network bridge. The AES Hybrid includes the AES-IntelliPro full data module and IP Link capabilities, plus the ability to send an alarm from the customer premises to a Central Monitoring Station (CMS) via RF and/or IP. Request more info at Aiphone Booth #731 Aiphone’s updated JO Series video intercom enables homeowners and small businesses to control front-door access onsite or from virtually anywhere using a cloud-based mobile app. The new entry-level unit also has built-in options for recording visitors. It uses a hard-wired, in-home master station with a 7-inch screen as well as wireless control inside or outside a home or business via mobile app. Request more info at Allegion Booth #518 The Schlage CTE single-door controller with multi-technology reader kit enables customers to manage connected openings in one system, with one credential. It is designed to interface with exit devices, electric strikes, electromagnetic locks and/or automatic operators – allowing perimeter and common area openings to be managed alongside Schlage Control smart deadbolts, NDE cylindrical and LE mortise wireless locks using ENGAGE mobile apps. Request more info at Altronix Booth #210 Altronix has added to its NetWay products with new 8-port midspans with more power, a Gigabit (1Gb) Ethernet repeater for extended cable runs, and a versatile 5-port Ethernet switch that significantly reduces installation and equipment costs. The NetWay8BT provides up to 90W power per port (480W total) for the most demanding Hi-PoE IEEE 802.3bt compliant devices. Request more info at Alula Booth #317 Beyond solving the looming problem of the CDMA network sunset, Alula’s BAT-Connect Communicator smartly bridges intrusion security, video and automation with the Alula iOS or Android App to give security professionals a path to instantly modernize their customers’ experience. Powered by an encrypted network, upgrading aging security systems will enable dealers to increase recurring monthly revenue and retain more accounts. Request more info at Avigilon Booth #519 As part of Avigilon’s end-to-end platform, the versatile H5A camera line offers expanded object classification analytics as well as detailed object detection and tracking in crowded scenes, empowering Avigilon Control Center (ACC) operators to detect, verify and act faster by bringing potentially critical events to the forefront of their attention. The full camera line is expected to launch later in 2019. Request more info at Axis Communications Booth #505 The AXIS A8207-VE Network Video Door Station combines video surveillance, two-way communication and access control in a single device. Its open interfaces offer countless possibilities for integration, so it can easily be combined with other systems. It offers echo cancellation, noise reduction and an induction loop for hearing aids, as well as an integrated access control reader (RFID) and 6MP camera. Request more info at Dahua Technology USA Booth #818 Dahua’s new flexible multi-sensor features four independently positionable and configurable 1/ 2.8-in 2MP Starvis CMOS sensors. The camera has four lenses that each feature 2.7mm to 12mm motorized optical zoom. Each module has an independent IR LED that adjusts automatically with the lens’ position. This camera is ideal for wide area video surveillance for increased situational awareness. Request more info at

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