The newest member of Honeywell's 5800 Series wireless devices, the 5800ZBRIDGE is an easy-to-install product that enables Honeywell security systems to control up to four Z-Wave devices. It can automatically set back thermostats and turn lights on or off whenever security systems are armed or disarmed—helping homeowners save money and conserve resources every day by simply using their security systems.
- Product From Interlogix
LINCOLNTON, N.C., Sept. 29, 2014 — Interlogix, a leader in security and life safety solutions for residential and commercial enterprises, today announced three new keypads that offer powerful protection and user-friendly features for its popular
- Product From Napco Security Systems Inc
Denver, CO – September 11, 2013 – CEDIA Expo 2014 -- Napco Gemini Security System kiosk in the Control4 Booth #430 -- Napco Security Technologies, Inc., a well-known security system manufacturer, and Control4 Corporation, a leader in residential automation systems, are pleased to announce that Napco Security System software has recently been Control4-certified. The new integration with the Control4 platform enables Control4 Dealers to quickly and easily integrate security within their projects and offer state of the art protection of homes and businesses.
- Product From Honeywell International Inc.
MELVILLE, N.Y. August 18, 2014 – Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today introduced the IS3000 and DT8000 Series of hardwired sensors—a portfolio of seven high-performance indoor motion detectors that satisfy the demands of virtually any installation, from the most basic residential to the most complex commercial application. Offering superior performance combined with Honeywell’s exclusive Snap & Set installation technology, the IS3000 and DT8000 Series provide outstanding premises protection while saving dealers time and money through faster, easier installs. It integrates fully with Honeywell Total Connect™ Remote Services when used with VISTA® control panels, providing dealers with an excellent opportunity to earn additional recurring monthly revenue (RMR).
- Product From Southwest Microwave Inc
Tempe, Arizona - Southwest Microwave has expanded Software Development Kit (SDK) options for its INTREPID™ Series II perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS) with the addition of the Remote Polling Module II (RPM II)
- Product From Gallagher
The Z20 Disturbance Sensor from Gallagher heightens perimeter security through intelligent detection of vibration or movement of the fence structure. Alarms are generated when disturbance meets predefined criteria.
- Product From Elpas
Tyco Security Products’ Lone Worker Emergency Call Transmitter from Elpas ensures that people who may be subject to attack or injury while on the job can send alerts about their situation so that responders can be dispatched to the exact location of the evolving security incident.
- Product From Honeywell Security Group
Honeywell’s Vindicator Keypad Solution is the first map-based touchscreen system of its kind to provide situational awareness and faster communications, helping security personnel locate and respond to security events faster and more efficiently. The
- Product From SHIELDtech Inc.
During a crisis it is challenging to keep calm and rational. At SHIELDtech Inc., we make things simple by giving users access to police at the push of a button. Without having to find, unlock, then dial a phone, users are able to notify police of an emergency instantly and discretely. Police will be provided with personal user information quickly and track the GPS location of the emergency.
- Product From Metis Secure Solutions
PITTSBURGH—Metis Secure has launched a new line of IP-based “panic” solutions that people use to instantly and discreetly summon police or security if danger strikes. For emergency responders, the
- Product From Securus Inc.
CARY, NC – Securus, Inc., a leading provider of advanced mobile safety and security solutions, announced eResponder, a very small, lightweight, and comfortable-to-wear mobile personal emergency response system which enables users to break free from landline-based systems that only work in and around the home. Today’s seniors are living more active and independent lives. This mobility is driving the demand for a