2009's Top Products

From OCTOBER 2009

New Series of Cameras -- HAWK-I Security announced new cameras to its product line, including the Hawk-440VIRCD varifocal dome camera; Hawk 308VCD high-resolution color dome camera; Hawk-501RCB color bullet camera; and the Hawk-131PIR color PIR camera.

 

 

 

Not for Newscasting Only -- The IP Newscaster camera from Marshall Electronics Inc. is equipped with a 1/3-inch CMOS sensor and H.264 video compression. It connects directly to IP networks, eliminating the need for expensive coaxial cable networks and providing full motion 1600 x 1200 resolution.

From SEPTEMBER 2009

Easy to Deploy in Powerful Package -- The Videofied wireless Motionviewer from RSI Video Technologies combines a passive infrared motion detector, infrared illuminators for night vision and a digital video camera into a device the size of a fist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Protect the Premises -- The Wireless Battery Driveway Monitor from STI detects when a vehicle enters or leaves a protected driveway. The sensor may be placed as far as 1,000 feet (line of sight) away from the receiver.

 

Camera for the 'Middle' Market -- The AutoDome Easy II from Bosch Security Systems is a compact and affordable indoor PTZ camera that provides 360 degrees of continuous rotation and incorporates a high-performance zoom autofocus camera for an increased monitoring range.

 

 

 

From AUGUST 2009

No Hiding from These Thermal Cameras! -- FLIR Systems H-Series line of handheld law enforcement thermal imaging cameras feature: onboard video storage with a real-time clock; wireless streaming video transmission; and an optional lens extender allows you to see from over 2,800 feet away.

 

 

 

Three's a Charm in CCTV -- The 302CD color dome camera, 304VCD varifocal color dome camera and 306CD from HAWK-I Security all feature: backlight compensation; auto gain control; and auto white balance.

 

 

 

 

From JULY 2009

Hazardous Intrusion Detection -- Southwest Microwave's 310B-33456 Microwave Intrusion Link offers reliable, explosion-proof rated intrusion detection in the presence of flammable, combustible or ignitable materials. Features include its weatherproof and explosion-proof enclosures with front access to controls and test points.

Superior Camera Chip -- Standard features of SAMSUNG | GVI Security's A1 Camera Chip, Leading Edge Analog Video Technology include: 600TV lines of resolution; extended dynamic range; multi-language on screen display; adaptive digital noise reduction; and advanced motion detection.

Hotel Style Safe -- Mesa Safe's 7 Stack hotel-style safe uses access control cards on the safes, similar to what is used to open offices doors.

Smart Card Readers -- Secura Key's ET4-AUS-D is a USB desktop reader/writer unit that can read or write information to any location on the tag and can read the UID Unique Identification Number from the card chip.

From JUNE 2009

The Trilogy Continues -- Alarm Lock Systems' Trilogy double-sided standalone pushbutton cylindrical locks include the DL5200, the first of three double-sided locks and the double-sided DL/PDL5300 PIN/Prox locks, which come with extra features including audit trail and HID proximity capability.

From MAY 2009

Campus Security Solutions -- Rave Guardian is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) fully-hosted solution from Rave Wireless Inc. that is deployed without any hardware or software to install and works on any cell phone and network in the U.S. and fits into existing police dispatch processes.

From APRIL 2009

Mounting Made Easy -- Mier Products BW-215 Wall-Mount Kit fastens securely to a single wall stud, with the heavy gauge U-channel back plate attached to a stud with lag screws. Formed angle braces provide ample support for the shelf on which the lockboxes mount.

DVR Remote View -- Lorex Technology's L800 Edge2 DVR, model L800 features H.264 video compression technology and has a 240 fps recording capability that provides real time in four and eight channels and 15fps in 16 channels.

PC Programmable Locking Devices -- Alarm Lock Systems Trilogy Networx locks feature a wireless range of 200 feet, support up to 5000 HID Prox ID card or fobs and sends data via Ethernet or 802.11B/G.

From MARCH 2009

Burglar Panel Denies Access -- Digital Monitoring Products latest panel innovation is its XT Series(tm) Burglary/Fire/Door Access Panel. This panel provides a complete set of communications options, network, cellular and dialer and a two-way wireless receiver, all on one board.

From FEBRUARY 2009

Video Surveillance for the Home -- Swann Communications' ADW-330 FamilyCam is designed to address all problems common to analog wireless family monitors: interference from other wireless devices, grainy images and an unsecure wireless signal.

From JANUARY 2009

Day and Night Vision -- Videocomm Technologies 5.8GHz Outdoor Infrared day/night camera series is ideal for temporary or permanent outdoor monitoring applications and offers real-time high-resolution, plug and play capability, eight user-selectable channels and a night vision infrared range up to 100 feet.

From DECEMBER 2008

At the Edge -- American Dynamics's VideoEdge Network Video Recorder (NVR) is a turnkey appliance server that allows for standard commercially off-the-shelf (COTS) computers to be transformed into enterprise NVRs.

CMOS Imaging and Beefy Housings -- Nuvico's ZoomMatic duo Vandalproof Zoom Dome (CV-Z10N/P) and Integrated Zoom Cameras, (CI-Z10N/P-L and CI-Z30N/P-L) combine their EasyView dome design with digital pixel system and CMOS technology, providing correction solutions for over-exposure problems.

From NOVEMBER 2008

Video Analysis Software -- Bosch Security System's Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) 3.5 software features additional video content analysis capabilities, including color filtering allowing object color or a combination of colors to be set as detection criteria.

From OCTOBER 2008

Energy Internet Connection Module -- Honeywell's Energy Internet Connection Module (ICM) is designed to help home and business owners conserve up to 15 percent of their energy use by managing their consumption online.

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