Hot Products: September

Security Recording For Small Retailers Sanyo Security Products makes security recording and playback easier and more affordable for small retail establishments with its hard drive recorder, DSR-3506. It's ideal for security installations in...


Security Recording For Small Retailers

Sanyo Security Products makes security recording and playback easier and more affordable for small retail establishments with its hard drive recorder, DSR-3506. It's ideal for security installations in convenience stores, fast-food outlets, gas stations and other small businesses.

The unit features a built-in six-channel duplex multiplexer for recording and viewing up to six color or monochrome cameras. Simultaneous real-time live display of all six channels can be accomplished with the DSR-3506. The storage capacity of the unit is expandable depending on the storage requirements. The DSR-3506 has two bays that are capable of 300 per bay, for a total of 600 GB.

Other features include: downloadable audio through the network (in addition to video); faster recording speeds, which allows recording up to 60 frames per second; individual camera field recording assignment; and a smaller file size down to 10K is available. For applications requiring removable media, a CompactFlash slot is built-in. For more information, visit www.sanyocctv.com

A Software Solution for IP Cameras

New from Ionit, 6.0 software allows authorized users to access cameras that are connected to ionitPro+ or ionitRT DVRs via Internet Explorer. Digitally clear video plays on the remote monitor via Windows Media Player. Ionit's 6.0 software turns existing CCTV cameras into IP addressable ones. The Ionit DVR has one IP address; which is all you need to access cameras 1-16 on the Ionit system via LAN or WAN. And, Ionit users can receive audio when connected to the Ionit DVR. See it up close at ASIS Booth #1147.

For more information, visit www.ionittech.com

A Cost-Effective Option For Smaller Installations

DSC unveils a cost-effective wireless key receiver, the RF5108-433, designed to address smaller, less complex security installations. It is compatible with DSC's PowerSeries alarm panels and simultaneously supports up to eight wireless zones and eight wireless keys.

It is compact and easy to install. When used with DSC's WS4939 wireless key, the RF5108-433 arms or disarms any PowerSeries security system and can be programmed to activate garage door openers, turn on lights, open powered gates or trigger a panic alarm. For more information, visit www.dsc.com.

New Access Control Software

Compass Technologies introduces a new version of patented software for its 5E access control system Incorporating an industry standard MSDE or SQL server 2000 database, the Compass 5E software is totally modular with components running as true Windows services.

The 5E is capable of supporting up to 1,024 readers and 30 workstations per server. The software is designed to handle even the heaviest transaction loads using SOAP and extensible markup language (XML). The new Navigator interface allows real time connection to other user databases such as HR or University Registrar systems.

Compass Technologies is a subsidiary of Wheelock, Inc. The product is on view at ASIS, Booth #902. For more information, visit www.compasstechnologies.com.

Digital Multiplexer/Recorder

This new digital multiplexer/recorder from GE Security has all the features of the DVMRe Triplex, plus a built-in DVD+R writer and one-button printing for quick, easy evidence sharing. Record at 120 pictures per second to catch all crucial details from any camera in your system. Watch live or playback images while continuing to record.

Check it out at ASIS, Booth #2109. For more information, visit www.GESecurity.com.

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