Security Business

JUL 2019

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S44 ACCESS CONTROL Trends And Technology | JULY/AUGUST 2019 Showcase of Security Products Aiphone 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 both a hard-wired, in-home master station with a 7-inch screen with wireless control inside or outside a home or business via mobile app. The affordable JO Series is available at a one-time cost without long-term contracts or fees. Both the video door station and inside monitor have a clean, modern design providing an attractive solution to match home or office décor. Request more info: dormakaba The new Argus Optical Swing Lane from dormakaba comes in three models, including a compact model for limited space installations. Modular design elements include colors and materials for top covers, side and profile parts as well as drives and door leaves. From a compact model perfect for installation with limited space to exquisite illuminated objects with sophisticated sensors and seamless design, each Argus swing lane creates a striking, secure first impression. Further information at Request more info: DSX The DSX Mobile Command app brings the power of the DSX Workstation to an Apple or Android smartphone. The Mobile Command feature allows the activation of custom predefined commands, the locking/unlocking of doors, control of alarm points and the monitoring of system events from a mobile but secure application. Global functions such as building, campus and district lockdown, incident response reconfiguration and even repetitive chores such as momentarily unlocking a door or granting access to a gate can be programmed into Command buttons for easy activation. For more information go to Request more info: 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. Switch illumination is highly visible in low light conditions and is easily activated by either the switch or door (locked) status. Request more info: Access Control Appliance Continental Access, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies, has released the CA-ASA Access Control Appliance. Now featuring a 256GB Solid State Drive and 8GB of RAM, the compact network appliance runs on an embedded OS, and comes pre-installed with the latest version of CA4K Integrated Access Control Enterprise Software with full Native Client and Web Client Interface, providing integrated access, locking, alarms and video, and fast installation. For more information on the Access Server Appliance, contact Continental Access at 1.800.645.9445, email, or for specs or a training class or webinar go to Continental Access Request more info: Codelock KeySecure by Codelocks is a new range of simple and effective key control cabinets. Control access and manage keys with only authorized users entering a single or unique code. Secure key control is an essential element to maintaining the security of buildings and vehicles. The rigid-built cabinets with mechanical or electronic digital coded locks provide an enhanced secure enclosure for keys, fobs and padlocks. The cabinets offer varying options from wall mounted, freestanding, self-closing, clear fronted cabinets and adjustable hook bars eliminating bunching and tangling of keys and padlocks. Key Management Made Easy. Visit Codelocks at GSX Booth 4015. Request more info:

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