Security Business

JUN 2019

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54 Security Business / / June 2019 New Products The Latest From Security Product Manufacturers Round and Rectangular Sirens/Strobes STI’s line of Select-Alert Sirens/Strobes are an effective way to alert to unauthorized use, theft or vandalism, as well as unwarranted exits and entries. The combination of alarm and bright flashing LEDs help to draw immediate attention to the area. The round and rectangular siren/strobes can be used with cabinets, mounted above doors, to the wall, or the ceiling. Request Information: Rack-Mount Power Management System The FlexPower Gemini RGL rack-mount power management system from LifeSafety Power is a compact, 19-inch rack tower engineered for data centers, IT closets or other areas where space is limited. It handles any LSP power controller board, giving the systems integrator the ability to create a power-centric-only drawer for larger enterprise access control and other systems. Request Information: Request to Exit Switches The CM-9800 Series Request to Exit switches from Camden Door Controls are IP 66 rated, as well as ADA and ROHS compliant. The capacitive touch switches offer color-selectable LED illumination, with vandal and weather resistant cast metal construction, and an adjustable 0 to 60 second relay timer. Illumination is higly visible in low- light conditions and is easily activated by either the switch or door (locked) status. Request Information: Smart Home Control Platform Control4 Smart Home OS 3 is designed to unify hundreds of connected devices within the home, control them all from a single platform, deliver the personalization homeowners want, and facilitate the professional support smart home technology needs. It includes interfaces providing one-touch control for devices and scenes, at-a-glance views for security and lighting, one-touch music and video streaming, and more – all in a singular platform across Control4 and third-party products. Request Information: EXO Termination Kit Platinum Tools has unveiled new EXO Termination Kits, featuring the supplier’s EXO Crimp Frame with its EXO-EX and the EZ-RJ45 interchangeable dies. The kits supply everything installers need to terminate Cat5e, Cat6 and Cat6A cables. Request Information: 4MP Dome Camera The MR6442X IP 4MP dome camera from LILIN is suitable for outdoor installations in challenging lighting, such as schools, parking lots and stadiums. Features include 2.8 to 12mm Varifocal-Auto Iris Lens, 30-meter IR night vision, and built-in “Sense up+” low light technology. Analytics include motion detection, object counting and tripwire. An IP67 waterproof rating qualifies it for outdoor perimeter protection, and its IK10 rating means superior protection against impact and vandalism. Request Information: VMS-Based Facial Recognition The SecurOS FaceX facial recognition solution from Intelligent Security Systems (ISS) accurately recognizes individuals’ faces from different camera angles under various lighting conditions. The native analytics solution is built on the basis of ISS’ recently enhanced SecurOS v.10 VMS platform, embedding all of FaceX’s functionality including the ability to add and import files, perform searches and more. Request Information: Mobile Badge Mobile Badge from Connected Technologies is designed for schools, campuses, construction sites, clubhouses or other locations with a changing, fluid population. The mobile identification system puts credentials on a user’s phone. It consists of the dealer or end-user’s company logo, name, picture and custom information fields, which can then can be used to instantly verify active/inactive status via barcode. It can also be used to print a temporary visitor badge if necessary. Request Information:

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