Interlogix to feature complete IP solution at ASIS

Bradenton, Fla. — Oct. 12, 2010 —Interlogix, a leader in security and life safety solutions for both residential and small- to medium-sized commercial enterprises, is featuring several recently-released products and IP solutions at ASIS 2010 in Dallas. Interlogix is a security products business of UTC Fire & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.

Interlogix will showcase its latest IP offerings – GE UltraView IP cameras and IFS network switches – as part of a ready-made IP video surveillance solution that delivers outstanding performance.

Tom Cashman, general manager of the video and transmission group said: “Our new
UltraView IP cameras offer high-quality images and advanced H.264-SVC compression that will consume 15-20% less bandwidth than MPEG4 ASP. Combined with our line of powerful IFS network switches with isolated PoE ports and browser-based Web services, end-users will be able to meet the demands of modern IP video network environments.”

Rounding out the IP solution is the GE TruVision™ NVR 40 designed to exclusively support IP video streams for live viewing and storage, and the GE Nav management software for centralized control.

Interlogix will also display its residential intrusion products including the GE Simon XT security system, wireless Two-Way Talking Touch Screen, and new digital cellular communication modules that provide two-way voice over GSM, and lighting and thermostat control via Z-Wave.

“These modules provide coverage to over 95% of households in the U.S. and allow homeowners convenient access to their Simon XT system anytime, anywhere,” said Paul van der Zanden, general manager for intrusion products. “With two-way voice capability, homeowners have the added safety of speaking directly to a central station from the Simon XT panel in the event of an emergency. And the Z-Wave functionality helps homeowners save money by automatically setting household temperatures and turning off lights by simply arming their security system.”

Interlogix can be seen at ASIS 2010 in Dallas, Oct. 12-14, (Booth 2803).