Security Business

MAR 2014

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ing real-time 180°/360° panoramic views of wide areas. Leveraging 5 megapixels, the camera can provide a 360° view of a lobby using a ceiling mount or a 180° view of a room using a wall mount. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11310126 ANTAIRA TECHNOLOGIES, BOOTH #3050 Designed to isolate and protect connected equipment from surg- es, spikes and electrostatic discharges carried on serial cable to fber optic cable, the Antaira STF 400C and 500C series are built to withstand industrial network- ing hazards like shock, drop, vibration, electromag- netic interference (EMI) and temperature extremes. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11201215 ARECONT VISION, BOOTH #8045 Surround- Video Omni Cameras from Arecont Vision fea- ture four multi-megapixel sensors that can be in- dividually adjusted to capture different felds of view within a full 360° range. This allows a single camera to provide coverage of a wide area including views directly under the camera or multiple felds of view using different lens options. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11182378 ASSA ABLOY – SARGENT/CORBIN RUSSWIN, BOOTH #8061 Assa Abloy's IN120 Wi-Fi lock combines secure wireless electronic access control with a sleek, attrac- tive design. Available from brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT, it is ideal for hard-to-wire locations, thanks to standard IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity. The lock's integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware is available in cylindrical and mortise lock confgurations. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11118333 AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS, BOOTH #5077 Available in nar- row or wide lane versions and single or double swing doors in 24 or 120 volt power confguration, SlimLane swing door security entrance lanes from Auto- matic Control Systems offer IP connectiv- ity. It is also UL 2593 listed to help satisfy the most stringent of building and safety codes. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11313706 AVENTURA TECHNOLOGIES, BOOTH #7103 Aventura will be showcasing the frst H.265 HEVC (High Effciency Video Cod- ing) solutions at ISC West. The company's H.265 high-defni- tion and high effciency network security cameras and record- ers provide equivalent video quality to H.264 with half the requirements for bandwidth and storage or double the quality with the same bitrate. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11174229 AVIGILON, BOOTH #22031 The new HD Pro camera from Avigilon delivers high-resolu- tion images with the company's next-gener- ation bandwidth management technology to effectively provide maximum detail and coverage of ex- pansive areas. Avail- able in 8 MP, 12 MP and 16 MP, the cam- era provides high quality, detailed coverage of vast areas with fewer conventional cam- eras required. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11297016 AXIS COMMUNICATIONS, BOOTH #14059 A fxed camera for around-the-clock outdoor surveillance, the AXIS Q1765-LE Network Camera with built-in infrared (IR) LEDs and outdoor-ready enclosure features 18x motorized optical zoom with au- tofocus for covering long distances in 1080p resolution. The bullet- style network camera is designed for moni- toring entrances, exits, pe- rimeters, parking lots and streets with pole mounting options. To request more info, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/11191614 BARCODE AUTOMATION, BOOTH #22135 Barcode Automation will showcase its Model BA-440 Dual- Beam Barcode Reader, which uses laser tech- nology to auto- matically scan 92 www.SecurityInfoWatch.com | SD&I | March 2014 ISC WEST PRODUCT PREVIEW New security products straight from the show foor SDI_90-107_0314 ISC Products.indd 92 3/5/14 1:48 PM

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