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Add a Photo ID to Access Cards Avery Dennison Worldwide Office Products Group introduces Avery Photo ID Labels for access control cards. Designed in conjunction with HID Corporation’s Development Partner Program, the new labels offer facilities...


Software with a View
The ELMO MasterView-X software makes it possible to view, manage and control several network-based video camera systems from one easy-to-use interface. It provides the power and tools required to manage and analyze content obtained from a local or network-controlled camera systems, archived video and series of still images. As an automated attendant, it “watches” the video when nobody is present and alerts the user on an external device when an event is detected. Image Enhancer software allows the camera to reproduce images with daytime clarity even those taken in the dark.

Designed to enhance capabilities of the ELMO PTC-201-IP cameras, the software is included at no charge with the purchase of the PTC201C-IP or any other qualifying ELMO IP / Network camera product. It also allows viewing IP/Network Cameras on a pocket PC via a wireless LAN. For more, visit www.elmo-corp.com.

Long Range Day/Night Camera
EEPCORE introduces its high- end day and night bullet cameras, suited to both residential and commercial applications. With two types of resolution, 480TVL or 380TVL, this bullet camera reaches up to 100 feet in complete darkness. It features a dual filter to deliver true colors during the day and eliminate focus drift in low light conditions. It has a built in 4~9mm auto iris vari-focal lens. Housing design resembles a track light and the mounting bracket is thick and heavy duty. The housing and the bracket are connected with a ball socket joint, allowing movement in all directions. Because the cables run through the bracket, cables are not visible after the installation. For more information, visit www.eepcore.com.

Because Fiber-Optics Can Be Tapped
Fiber SenSys introduces SecurLAN to the IT and Telecom markets. Through SecurLAN, security and facilities managers can physically protect the data conduit, cable plant and telecom segments against accidental or intentional physical intrusion. Because fiber-optic data can be tapped and the fact that military bases contain many foreign nationals, the need for physical protection is mandated. For more, visit www.fibersensys.com.

Keep Keys Handy
GE’s Security Business releases the second installment in its AccessPoint consumer key storage product line. All are wall-mounted and help keep spare and emergency keys accessible and secure. The Key Organizer is a cabinet featuring three convenient cups on the outer door that hold everything from key rings to cell phones and wallets. Inside, the formal spare key storage system offers 12 removable key tags with labels for long-term key storage and easy identification. The Key Strip offers an affordable way to access and manage keys used on a daily basis, storing spare keys in an organized manner. The Locking Key Cabinet is a key storage solution for small businesses wanting affordable, secure and easy-to-use key storage. Its battery-powered electronic locking mechanism provides up to 19,500 changeable combinations. For more information, visit www.GESecurity.com.

Support for IP-Based Video Surveillance Devices The Intellex IP (Internet Protocol) from American Dynamics is a digital video management system that provides support for IP based video surveillance devices, and double the frame capacity and resolution of the current Intellex system. Typical Intellex IP users span the gaming industry, campuses, and government facilities, to name a few.

Intellex IP utilizes video servers and digital video cameras transmitting video over an IP network instead of analog cameras over coaxial cables. Analog cameras can easily be incorporated into an Intellex IP system by using a video server that converts the analog signal to a digital signal. This system, just one-quarter the chassis size of the previous Intellex system, allows for reduced cabling costs, widespread camera distribution across a wide campus, and greater flexibility to scale to large, high-performance video surveillance systems. For more information, visit www.americandynamics.net.

New Releases
New from Indala is the FlexSmart Series, an extensive range of 13.56 MHz contactless Smart Card solutions. They range from the DESFire ISO 14443A high security Government Smart Card (GSC)-compliant reader range to the popular MIFARE ISO 14443A to entry-level ISO 15693 readers. Features include full sector/file programmability, encryption key management, and outputs such as Wiegand and ABA Track 2. The FlexSmart product range includes the DX, MX and IX Series.