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JUL 2019

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S46 ACCESS CONTROL Trends And Technology | JULY/AUGUST 2019 Showcase of Security Products Alarm Lock’s ArchiTech LocDown N90L Wireless Locks Amityville, NY – The Alarm Lock Division of Napco Security Technologies, Inc.features the keyless school security measure for controlling access to classrooms, or any doors, in an emergency, with its ArchiTech® Wireless Access Locks with remote keyfob-activated lockdown, securing one lock or a global lock group, in seconds, at the first hint of trouble. Once lockdown is activated, a bright red strobe light is illuminated on the inner door to give occupants, i.e., sheltering in place, greater peace of mind that the door is securely locked down. Please contact us at 1-800-ALA-LOCK, visit www.alarmlock.com or ask any Alarm Lock Representative. www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12416915 Salto NEO Cylinder The SALTO NEO electronic Cylinder is designed for doors where fitting an electronic escutcheon is not possible or required and can be installed on standard doors, server racks, gates, cabinets, electric switches, sliding doors and more. It is available in an extensive range of models to suit almost any kind of door. The unit’s re­engineered clutch system design makes efficient use of energy, dropping consumption to impressively low levels resulting in 110,000 cycles with just one set of batteries. The product is IP66 ­rated to be weather resistant, making it especially suitable for the outdoors in even harsh environments. For more information go to www.salto.com Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/21078608 DoorKing’s new 900 MHz Wireless Access Control Products DoorKing’s new 900 MHz wireless access control products allow integrators to add access points easily and inexpensively just about anywhere access control is needed on a property. Wireless access control is extremely popular because of the cost savings it provides. Hard wired systems require conduit and wire runs which are very expensive, especially if the runs are lengthy, outdoors or have to cross sidewalks or roadways. For more information go to www.doorking.com/900mhz Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/21069747 Enhanced Weather Protection for Entry Phones For entry phone applications requiring an extra layer of protection against moisture, vehicle exhaust, pool chemicals or extreme temperatures, Enhanced Weather Protection (EWP) from Viking Electronics includes a circuit board potted in urethane or thermoplastic. The potting material will not crack in cold weather, protects against moisture and condensation, and is an excellent electrical insulator. Other features include internally sealed push-to-call buttons, dip-switches and volume control pots. Additional gaskets for speaker, mic and faceplate make them IP66 compliant. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/21085657 HID Credential Management Service AUSTIN, Texas, June 18, 2019 – HID Global®, a worldwide leader in trusted identity solutions, announce it has added the HID Credential Management Service to its growing offering of cloud-based identity solutions. The service simplifies the issuance and management of trusted Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificate-based credentials. The PKI credentials can be used by a broader range of organizations for convenient and secure multifactor authentication and converged physical access to facilities, as well as digital signing and encryption of emails and documents. The HID Credential Management Service includes everything needed to issue and manage the lifecycle of digital identity and high-assurance credentials using a cloud delivery model. It removes PKI complexity and enables a wider set of authentication use cases than nearly any alternative in the Identity and Access Management (IAM) market. Most operating systems and browsers automatically recognize these certificates, ensuring the digital identity issued by the HID Credential Management Service can be used as a foundation for achieving zero trust security. Endpoint authenticator options include smart cards and USB tokens, mobile app authenticators and converged badges for accessing facilities and IT systems. For more information about HID Credential Management Service, please click here. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/21085255

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