L-1 Identity Solutions Inc.’s 4G V-Flex Lite is an access control device that uses fingerprint recognition or fingerprint and card-based authentication for identification in multi-door enterprise systems or stand-alone door access control deployments. Features include: multiple authentication options; template storage capacity of 5,000 in 1:N or 25,000 in 1:1; and a 500 DPI optical sensor. The device has a small form factor, making it ideal for mullion or single-gang mounting requirements.
4G V-Flex Lite
- Product From PDQ Manufacturing
The new Orlando Lever from PDQ is a handsomely styled contemporary door lever designed to look great with any décor. Offered for both mortise and cylindrical locks, the Orlando is as functional as it is beautiful, delivering years of heavy-duty performance in a wide array of installations.
- Product From Kaba ADS Americas
Winston-Salem, NC -- April 08, 2014 -- Kaba Access and Data Systems Americas, a leading electronic lock supplier for the multifamily housing market, introduces a new series of dual credential InSync RFID keys. The new
- Product From Dortronics Systems Inc
Las Vegas, NV (April 2, 2014) – Dortronics Systems, Inc., the industry's leading provider of standard and custom finish door control products, introduces a new communication-capable, fail-safe control system for public restroom applications at ISC West (booth #1037). The 43211-CB Communicating Bathroom System provides power to operate most low voltage locking mechanisms including maglocks, strikes and electrified locksets, and is ideal for use in a two-door restroom facility such as those located in dormitories or healthcare facilities.
- Product From Adams Rite Manufacturing Company
LAS VEGAS, NV – April 2, 2014 – Adams Rite, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, has debuted the brand new RITE Touch digital glass door at ISC West 2014, offering a new elegance to keyless access solutions for glass openings. The RITE Touch will be on display in the ASSA ABLOY booth #8061 at ISC West in the Sands Convention Center, April 2-4, 2014.
- Product From Medeco High Security Locks
February 10, 2014, Salem, Va. – In a testament to the brazenness of the criminal mindset, 66% of all residential burglaries that took place in the United States last year were forced-entry and most of the 1.5 million residential break-ins that occurred were executed through the front (34%) or rear (22%) doors!
- Product From Allegion
Dublin, Ireland, March 5, 2013 – Allegion PLC (NYSE: ALLE), a leading global provider of security products and solutions, today announced that its concealed vertical cable (CVC) exit devices, which install in minutes, have been tested to have a design rating of +/- 75 pounds per square foot (psf) with a large missile impact, thus meeting the Florida Building Code requirements for hurricane wind protection.
- Product From SDC Security Door Controls (SDC)
SDC’s EA100 Exit Annunciator is a multi-mode signaling device that visibly communicates the status of the door opening by color and sequence. With a 180° viewing angle, it can be mounted on the magnetic lock of any manufacturer or on the door frame, wall, ceiling or nurse’s desk.
- Product From RCI-Rutherford Controls International Corporation
Cambridge, ONTARIO (February 10, 2014) –The slim, adjustable design of the new 0563 ½" Rim Strike from Rutherford Controls, a DORMA group company, makes it the perfect solution for tight-fitting installations. This strong, durable surface-mounted (no frame cutting required) strike is designed to work will Pullman latch rim exit devices and most door frame materials.
- Product From SecuGen Corp.
Santa Clara, California -- January 27, 2014 – SecuGen announces that the Hamster Pro 20, an ultra-compact, FAP 20 Mobile ID and PIV certified fingerprint reader has been approved by the General Services Administration (GSA) for use in the U.S. Government’s FIPS 201/PIV program (
- Product From Zwipe
OSLO, NORWAY – January 15, 2014 – Zwipe today announced that it will introduce its new, next-generation biometric card, a contactless smart card credential with on-card fingerprint reading, at the ISC West Exhibition to be held at Las Vegas’ Sands Convention Center April 2-4. The Zwipe biometric card quickly reads the user’s fingerprint in less than a second. Eliminating the problems of solely deploying PINs and standard cards, the wirelessly powered Zwipe biometric card lets users authenticate themselves directly on the card through something they are, a fingerprint. Only then will the card system activate the lock. This is much more secure than simply using a standard card, which verifies only something they carry, the card.