Security Business

MAR 2014

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97 | SD&I | March 2014 col (OSDP), smart cards and microprocessor based cards, including state-of-the-art iCLASS Seos credentials that are portable for use on smartphones. To request more info, visit HONEYWELL POWER, BOOTH #11033 Honeywell's new MIP-2 and MIP-2UD communicators eliminate the expense of phone lines traditionally used for alarm monitoring. Using its upload/download capabilities, deal- ers can access system information remotely. The commu- nicators connect to a security panel's dialer ports, enabling them to report alarm information from any system that uses Contact ID protocol. To request more info, visit HONEYWELL SECURITY, BOOTH #14025 Honeywell's VISTA Automation Module (VAM) enables security deal- ers to offer affordable home automation to customers who own VISTA security systems. It can control up to 40 Z-Wave devices, including thermostats, locks and light fxtures, and it supports up to six cameras to help installers create connected homes with security technology at the core. To request more info, visit IC REALTIME, BOOTH #23005 The ClearView CCTV line from IC Realtime consists of an assortment of IP cameras, recorders and accessories, including indoor and outdoor internet Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ), dome, bullet and covert cameras; varying levels of DVRs, NVRs and touch-screen DVR combos; complete pre-packaged IP network camera kits, and more. To request more info, visit INDIGOVISION, BOOTH #3077 The IndigoVi- sion Ultra 5K has an ultra-high resolution of 5,000 horizontal pixels, delivering wider scene coverage from a single camera. Features in- clude powerful digital zoom, CMOS sensor with Global Shutter and Wide Dynamic Range. Image processing perfor- mance of 120 Megapixels per second gives 6 frames per second video. To request more info, visit INOVONICS, BOOTH #16109 Inovonics and Mercury Se- curity have partnered to enable Mercury's OEM partners to incorporate Inovonics' mobile duress wireless network within its access control platform. Using PSIA's Area Con- trol open standards, Mercury will integrate its hardware with the EN6080 Area Control Gateway (pictured) for an access control platform with enterprise mobile duress ca- pabilities. To request more info, visit Request information: SDI_90-107_0314 ISC Products.indd 97 3/5/14 1:48 PM

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