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- Product From JETprotect
SAN JOSE, Calif. – December 2, 2013 – JETprotect’s automated safety and protection product, ActiveSentry, was independently tested at a US international airport. Intrusion scenarios and environmental monitoring were included in the evaluation.
- Product From Gallagher
Gallagher has introduced the K20 Tensioner Link System, a perimeter fence hardware solution which offers both improved performance and aesthetics. The product has been developed to enable faster and increasingly consistent installation of the system while providing enhanced security and easier maintenance and trouble-shooting.
- Product From Future Fibre Technologies Inc. (FFT)
FFT Aura SR and FFT Aura LR are the latest addition to FFT’s family of fiber optic intrusion detection systems, delivering both sensitivity and flexibility in intrusion detection applications, as well as protecting buried pipelines and their contents against damage and theft.
- Product From Senstar Inc.
Senstar will showcase part of its largest perimeter intrusion detection portfolio at ISC West booth 13133, focusing on commercial/industrial, criminal justice and critical infrastructure facilities. The products being presented by the company include OmniTrax buried cable sensor, FiberLR long range fiber optic sensor, FlexPS fence mounted sensor, and FlexPI indoor sensor. In addition to PIDS sensors, Senstar will be highlighting its line of man-down personal duress and alarm systems - Flash and Flare.
- Product From Takex
Santa Clara, CA November 1, 2012: TAKEX, the quality leader in security sensors, announced today the introduction of the OMS-12FE, a new slim profile outdoor PIR (passive infrared) intrusion detector with dual-zone detection capability.
- Product From Optex Inc. Security Products
Chino, California, July 26th, 2012— Optex expands on its industry leading outdoor battery powered intrusion line by adding the SL-350QFR, a 350 ft. battery-powered photoelectric detector requiring no trenching or wiring. “Even with the success of our 100 ft. and 200 ft. battery-powered beams, there were still larger applications where too many beams sets would be required. With the SL-350QFR, we will be able to not only offer a more cost-effective solution for these larger sites, but also offer additional features that our customers asked for, such as quad beam detection and extended battery life of up to 10 years,” says Scott Simmons, Vice President of Sales.
- Product From Tapeswitch Corporation
Tapeswitch Corporation manufactures sensing edges for automatic door and gate guarding security. In addition to standard product in the TS line sensing edges offered in different sensitivities, actutation forces, front and side actuation models, and curvable models, we custom manufacture to length and color.
- Product From Tapeswitch Corporation
Tapeswitch Corporation manufactures perimeter security light curtain systems and solutions.
- Product From Fiber Sensys, Inc.
In response to marketplace requirements for enhanced perimeter fence security systems, Fiber SenSys, Inc. announces a new perimeter protection product. The FD508 Alarm Processor Unit (APU) is a 1U device that enables centralized control unit functionality and is equipped with modern communications capabilities. The FD508 APU detects intruders attempting to climb or cut through fences using FSI’s proven high-security technology with a design that distinguishes between actual intruders and "nuisance alarms" that might be caused by wind, wildlife or other environmental conditions. The FD508 provides independent control of up to 8 zones and utilizes a single-strand for sensor deployment. For more information visit our online product page at http://tinyurl.com/FD508.
- Product From Terminus
Protecting life and property is priority one, and the Fence Intrusion Detection System (F.I.D.S.) from Terminus helps security dealers and integrators meet that need perfectly.
Terminus (formerly known as Litton), brings to market its impressive Fence Intrusion Detection System. It uses shock sensors to detect the vibrations, or shock waves, caused by intrusion attempts. These can include someone cutting the fabric, climbing the fence and/or lifting the fence material. These shock waves are detected by the Terminus sensors, which send a signal to a Terminus electronic processor to analyze and then report its status to the main alarm control panel. This immediate response lets the owner and law enforcement know about an intrusion while it is taking place.