Security Business

MAY 2019

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52 Security Business / / May 2019 ESX PRODUCT Preview DMP Booth #225 DMP’s new V-4060DB Video Doorbell delivers video and voice capabilities at the front door using the company’s Virtual Keypad app. Any time motion is detected or the doorbell is pressed, users receive a notification and will be able to monitor who is approaching with 1080P precise clarity, 180-degree field of view and pinch-to-zoom technology for a closer look. Request more info at DoorKing Booth #600 DoorKing’s new 900MHz Wireless Expansion Kits let you add access points in hard-to-wire places, eliminating costly labor, trenching and conduit runs. Simply add a Base Station Board to a DKS Telephone Entry System, and a Remote Station Board (up to 48 of them) to a DKS Access Device and the wireless connection is made seamlessly. A repeater is available for hard-to-reach remote sites. Request more info at Gai-Tronics Booth #814 HUBBCOM IP Devices from Gai-Tronics offer general and point-to-point audio/video intercom, overhead speaker broadcasting, SIP telephone operation, and web portal access for seamless communications between various facility areas. The devices are equally suited providing door entry, information, communications and control in manufacturing facilities, offices, warehouses, K-12/college campuses or on transit platforms. Request more info at Hanwha Techwin America Booth #122 The Wisenet Q series offers a range of indoor and outdoor dome cameras to meet the needs of a variety of customers, including retail, banking, offices, transportation and more. Available in 2MP and 4MP resolutions, the new flat-eye cameras feature motorized vari-focal lenses, WiseStream and H.265 for improved bandwidth efficiency, 120dB WDR (wide dynamic range), defocus detection, reduced IR reflection and PoE power. Request more info at Hikvision Booth #118 Hikvision (DS-2TD1217 series) thermal-optical DeepinView network turret cameras are equipped with wide angle, HikMicro thermal and 2MP ultra-low light optical sensors, GPU-powered video content analysis, and automatic human and vehicle detection. The compact size, price and performance make it an ideal choice for residential and commercial indoor and outdoor intrusion defense, fire prevention, predictive maintenance, cigarette smoking detection and more. Request more info at Interlogix Booth #107 The Simon XTi-5i from Interlogix is a self-contained, wireless security system for heightened residential security and convenience. An update to the Simon XTi-5 system, the new platform supports 80 wireless zones, features a 5-inch color LCD touchscreen and is compatible with a wide range of devices through leading service providers. At-a-glance system status provides a complete view of home security and automation systems Request more info at Johnson Controls Booth #201 The Illustra Pro Mini-Dome from Johnson Controls features new Smart Wide Dynamic Range that optimizes video quality while minimizing configuration time. Available in a complete range of image resolutions and lens options, it is ideal for a wide variety of deployments in both medium and large-sized facilities. Other features include Illustra IntelliZip bandwidth management, failover redundancy, cybersecurity and video intelligence analytics. Request more info at Napco Booth #409 The iBridge Touch slim-profile touchscreen from Napco is for wall-mounted control of security system and/or smart automation, integrating video, z-wave locks, lights, temperature and small appliances. The 7-inch color full-screen TFT high-resolution capacitive display (1024 x 600) includes a high-speed, ultra responsive, quad core processor. Comes with easy icons for Arm/Disarm/Stay/Away or full-function conventional keypad mode. Request more info at

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