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MAR 2014

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104 | SD&I | March 2014 SECURITRON, BOOTH #8061 Capable of mounting on glass, stone, granite or marble entryways, Securitron's R100 Surface Mounted Wireless Reader with Aperio technology signifcantly extends the reach and application of access control, when paired with a variety of hard-wired electro- magnetic or electric locking devices. Installation requires no drilling or pulling of wires to the door. To request more info, visit SECURITY DOOR CONTROLS (SDC), BOOTH #20109 SDC's EA100 Exit Annunciator is a multi-mode signaling de- vice that visibly communicates the status of the door opening by color and sequence. With a 180° viewing angle, it can be mounted on the magnetic lock of any manufacturer or on the door frame, wall, ceiling or nurse's desk. To request more info, visit SENSTAR, BOOTH #25117 FlexZone from Senstar detects and locates any attempt to cut, climb or oth- erwise breach a fence — even when there are si- multaneous intrusions and in the presence of back- ground environmental noise. High-speed sampling and advanced algorithms enable it to discriminate between intrusion signals and environmental noise. To request more info, visit SENTRY360, BOOTH #6117 SentryEdge NVRs from Sentry360 allow for fexible video management software options as well as versatile storage options such as NAS, RAID or other third-party systems. Designed for entry-level systems with the mini-series, or enterprise-class deployments with the pro series, the scalable NVRs come with solid state drives, Intel processors and high wattage PoE ports. To request more info, visit SENTRY VIEW SYSTEMS, BOOTH #5051 The SentryPOWER POD Pow- er-On-Demand system from Sentry View Systems is a self-contained unit in a 5U confguration for hybrid power in- put from up to three sources. Features include web interface for setup and maintenance, power I/O and battery state monitoring and logging, programmable power relays, contact closure inputs, and built-in network switch. To request more info, visit SILENT KNIGHT, BOOTH #11039 The SK-FIRE-CO Detector from Silent Knight by Honeywell senses both fre and carbon monoxide and greatly reduces nuisance alarms. The detector satisfes new CO legislation that many states are implementing for commercial properties. The unit's sounder base provides distinct tones for a fre vs. a CO emergency for further com- pliance. To request more info, visit SMARTER SECURITY INC., BOOTH #23129 The Fastlane Glassgate 300 from Smarter Se- curity offers openness and high security, with barriers up to fve feet high. Of- fered in three heights, the IP-enabled optical turn- stile has a minimal ped- estal frame without ends. Combined with glass side panels and swinging glass barriers, it maximizes the visual impact of a lobby. To request more info, visit SONY, BOOTH #11063 The SNC-HM662 360 degree hemispheric-view dome IP camera from Sony features a 360-degree panomorph lens and is certifed as an "Im- merVision Enables" solution. Ideal for both indoor and out- door environments, it supports fast, responsive electronic PTZ and 11 different viewing modes through the Sony Web viewer. To request more info, visit STANLEY SECURITY, BOOTH #30072 Pacom Unison from Stanley Security is an open, in- tegrated security man- agement platform that enables organizations to integrate different systems and stream- line operations. In- tegrating a range of systems from different manufacturers, it enables users to manage ac- cess control, intrusion detection, surveillance, fre, building services and intercoms from a single platform. To request more info, visit ISC WEST PRODUCT PREVIEW New security products straight from the show foor SDI_90-107_0314 ISC Products.indd 104 3/5/14 1:48 PM

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