Access & Identity Product Archive

  • Lock Up Value

    mortise cylinder locks retrofit into existing keyways

    Product • July 16th, 2011

  • Access Control Up to the Challenge

    Medeco's eCylinders, Logic and Nexgen XT series locks empowers access control users to obtain audit information forensically

    Product • July 16th, 2011

  • Door Sensing Technology

    Sensor detects objects near door using a three-dimensional presence detector

    Product • July 15th, 2011

  • Mobile Keys Platform

    Assa Abloy has introduced its Mobile Keys Platform, a scalable secure delivery infrastructure for distribution and management of mobile keys. The platform enables credentials to be distributed securely through NFC (Near Field Communication)-enabled mobile...

    Product • July 1st, 2011

  • KeyWatcher Remote Box

    Morse Watchman’s KeyWatcher Remote Box enables security management to better limit and manage physical security vulnerability through improved key control in facilities where protection of the key cabinet itself is mission-critical. The Remote Box...

    Product • July 1st, 2011

  • 230x multi-point locking security door hardware

    Detex Corp., has released its 230x multi-point locking security door hardware. Built for maximum strength, the unit is ideal for back doors requiring both panic hardware and high-level protection from break-ins. The lock is designed to put the deadbolt...

    Product • July 1st, 2011

  • Nexgen XT electronic cylinder

    Medeco has added the Nexgen XT electronic cylinder to its Smart SFIC Solutions line. The cylinder enables facilities that use small format interchangeable core (SFIC) cylinders to quickly and easily retrofit with an electronic cylinder. Features include...

    Product • July 1st, 2011

  • Value line mortise cylinder

    Arrow Lock, an Assa Abloy company, has introduced its Value line mortise cylinder, a cost-effective cylinder intended for use in schools, hospitals and commercial buildings where security, durability and low maintenance are required. The 1 1/8-inch...

    Product • July 1st, 2011

  • S31 and S33 global safety padlocks

    Master Lock Company has introduced a global safety padlock designed specifically for lockout applications, identification, weather resistance and keying capabilities. The S31 key retaining and S33 non-key retaining global safety padlocks have shackles...

    Product • July 1st, 2011

  • GT Series

    Improving upon its current multi-tenant systems, the GT Series supports up to 500 tenant stations, which can communicate hands-free to a maximum of 16 entry panels and four security guard stations. The 170-degree entry station camera with PanTilt...

    Product • June 27th, 2011

  • Tomsed THT-100

    Boon Edam Inc., has unveiled the redesigned Tomsed THT-100 full-height turnstile, which introduces several functional and aesthetic improvements to increase visual appeal, security and durability and facilitate efficient installation. New features include...

    Product • June 22nd, 2011

  • Schalge ECK400 Elevator Kit

    The kit, which includes the panel interface module (PIM), wireless reader interface, antenna and 12 VDC transformer, makes installation easy. The antenna attaches to the ceiling of the elevator shaft, the wireless reader installs on the top of the...

    Product • June 20th, 2011

  • Global Safety Padlocks

    The S31 and S33 safety padlocks have shackles that are 4.76 mm (3/16") in diameter, which can be applied to smaller lockout points on machinery often found in Europe, Australia and Asia. No longer is there a need to research and spec a different...

    Product • June 8th, 2011

  • MR-1824

    The MR-1824 series is a mid-range proximity reader at an economical price.

    Product • June 8th, 2011

  • LR-2000

    Operating in the license-free 902-928 MHz UHF Band, The LR-2000 has read ranges of up to 20 feet making this reader optimally suited to Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) and access control applications such as parking entry and gate control.

    Product • June 7th, 2011