Cameras with New Imaging Technology
Pelco introduces a new imaging technology with its CCC5100 Series SIMD (Single-Instruction, Multiple Data) Cameras. They provide color reproduction over a wide range of lighting conditions with high image quality and dynamic range. The technology of Pelco's 5100 SIMD cameras digitizes light at the point of capture?in real time?and each pixel determines its own exposure time on an individual basis. This process is used instead of each pixel operating at the exposure time demanded by the average brightness of the entire scene (a situation that can result in bright areas being ?blown out" and dark areas being underexposed). For more information, visit www.pelco.com.
Watch and Record Capabilities Together
American Dynamics IntelleView/SB offers the convenience of two video-based applications in a single box solution. Customers can now watch and record high quality digital video with the Intellex Digital Video Management System while using IntelleView to process, record and track Point-of-Sale transactions, ATM and bank teller activity, and cash and token exchanges. With ?live" transaction surveillance, an integrated case management module and real time e-mail alerts of exception activity, IntelleView/SB integrates data mining software with Intellex and can effectively monitor and analyze any situation that involves transaction-based data. For more information, visit www.americandynamics.net.
Electric Strike Debuts
The 4800 strike is Trine's latest addition to its successful Axion line of premium electric strikes. Installation is completely surface mounted, eliminating the need for frame cutting. Tested to well over 1,500,000 life cycles, the Axion 4800 features a one piece locking mechanism which provides over 3000 lbs. of holding force and field adjustability of fail-safe or fail-secure operation. Its built-in electronics allow for 12-24 ac/dc operation as well as surge and kickback protection, all with just two wire leads. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
High-End Telephone Entry System
Chamberlain Professional Products introduces its Elite model EL25 telephone entry system with adaptable, configurable and flexible options. The system is suited to many applications, including single family residential, multi-tenant apartment buildings, gated communities and light-duty commercial sites. It offers 25 directory codes and features 250 three to nine digit access codes.
The Elite EL25 is also capable of retaining an event record of up to 1,000 transactions. The system is equipped with four controllable relays programmable to accommodate several configurations of door strikes, alarm shunts, CCTV and ?control" relays. A built-in non-volatile memory retains database information in the event power is cut off from the unit. The automatic calendar adjusts for seasonal and annual time changes to avoid continual programming adjustments. The unit can be configured to automatically open or lock at set time periods. For more information, visit www.chamberlain.com.
How Suite It Is
Compass Technologies introduces a new suite of software for its SafeAxis, 5E and Navigator product lines. All three systems are based upon the same software platform, field hardware, database and user interface, providing true scalability.
SafeAxis is a PC based access control, alarm monitoring and PhotoID badging system for small to mid-sized applications. Using Microsoft's MSDE database, it combines powerful software, easy to use operator screens, intelligent door controllers and flexible wiring topology. ID Badging, Graphical Maps, Visitor Scheduling/Tracking, Vehicle Tracking, and Anti‑ Passback are included in the standard system software.
Compass 5E can utilize either Microsoft MSDE or SQL Server databases. It meets the security requirements for mid to large sized facilities, supports up to 512 readers and an unlimited number of cardholders.
The Compass Navigator's access control, alarm monitoring and photo ID badging system is designed for large, enterprise applications. Its scalable multi‑server design can support more than 10,000 readers. Navigator employs sophisticated TCP/IP server forwarding enabling the user to configure all of their services on one machine or mix-and-match services on several machines.
For more information, visit www.compasstechnologies.com.
Fewer Inputs, More Outputs
The 7200 Series Door Prop Alarm from Dortronics provides a local audible alarm and an output for a remote alarm, if a door is not closed within a specified time period or has been forced open. This alarm device is offered in several configurations to provide alerts in conjunction with simple stand-alone access control or complex computerized access control systems.