Reader Meets Hardcore Environment
The 4G PIV-TWIC Station Extreme Reader from L-1 Identity Solutions is an indoor, weatherized and extreme access control device for the commercial and government market designed to meet the specialized needs of ports, military bases and airports. Single units read multiple credential types, performing biometric verification for PIV, TWIC and CAC-EP cards, visitor and transition cards (MIFARE, DESFire). Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 175.
Back to Basics
The Intelli-M Access software from Infinias, LLC provides basic access control, photo ID badging and more while it manages the powerful infinias Ethernet-enabled integrated door controller (eIDC). It allows users to easily create and manage data, view events and alarms, generate reports, and monitor the status of devices using the simple user interface from any device that is capable of displaying a Web browser. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 176.
Open Architecture Leads the Way
The Profile Series v.S2 products from SARGENT integrate WiFi technology, a Prox reader, optional keypad and monitoring capabilities at the door. The v.S2 works with any open architecture access control system, providing centrally managed control without many of the costs, labor and infrastructure upgrades associated with a traditional hardwired system. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 178.
Fire-Listed Ethernet Signaling
The LS Net Ethernet Signaling fire alarm system from Keltron Corp. is Underwriters Laboratories Standard 864 Ninth Edition-listed. The system enables dispatchers and administrators at campuses, multi-building facilities and municipalities to monitor alarms using the existing Ethernet infrastructure. Compatible with over 60 different models of alarm panels, the Keltron Ethernet system uses XML-based message formats. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 100.
Welcome to the Hybrid Family
Infinova unveiled the model V1770 HD 360-degree continuous rotation megapixel IP PTZ dome camera with 2.0 megapixel resolution. A new member of Infinova’s hybrid family of IP PTZ dome cameras, it delivers high-definition video output as both an IP and an analog YPbPr signal and 30 fps with a 10x optical zoom and a 12x digital zoom. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 101.
Multifamily Markets Model
Simon XT is a full-featured, self-contained wireless security system from GE Security for multifamily, condominium and other markets. Installed in minutes, it provides 40 zones of burglary and fire protection. A built-in LCD display, touchpad and status speaker provide visual and voice message feedback, enabling effortless programming. Optional GSM communication is available. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 102.
Brand New Wireless Lighting Platform
Lutron Electronics Co. Inc. takes HomeWorks to the next level with the introduction of HomeWorks QS wireless solution. The home lighting control system offers powerful features on a new platform, plus elegant aesthetics and control devices designed to enhance the homeowner’s lifestyle. It can easily be installed in new construction, renovation or retrofit projects. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 103.
HD IP Network Camera Comes to Market
Models SNC-CH140 Fixed and SNC-DH140 Mini dome have been introduced to the Sony HD IP camera line up. These are the first cameras to incorporate the company’s new Exmor™ CMOS image sensor technology. This sensor technology combines with the company’s wide dynamic-video range (View-DR) technology to provide visibility enhancement. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 104.
Encoders Go Multi Feature and Function
The introduction of its environmentally-friendly Nextiva S1808e and S1816e (pictured) multiport encoders from Verint Systems Inc. is the latest addition to the Nextiva portfolio. The Nextiva S1808e and S1816e multiport encoders are enterprise-class solutions designed to deliver high-resolution images for recorded and live video, while supporting all H.264 and MPEG-4 video up to 4CIF/30fps on all ports. Visit www.securityinfowatch.com/sdi/einquiry 105.