Perimeter Security Product Archive

  • LRAD 1000X

    The superior voice intelligibility and clarity of the LRAD 1000X provides powerful broadcasts that achieve maximum sound projection and penetration beyond 3,000 meters. The extended frequency range of the LRAD-X ensures voice commands will be clearly...

    Product • March 9th, 2011

  • LRAD 500X

    The LRAD 500X is lightweight and can be easily transported to provide military and security personnel long-range communications and a highly effective hailing and warning capability. The LRAD 500X has been selected by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army as...

    Product • March 9th, 2011

  • LRAD 300X

    The LRAD 300X is a compact, lightweight communications solution for use on small vessels, CROWs and vehicle mounted armor. It can be easily transported to provide security personnel long range communications and a highly effective hailing and warning...

    Product • March 9th, 2011

  • LRAD 100X

    Self contained, hand portable loud hailer and that can easily be heard over the background noise of vehicles, vessels, sirens and other loud environments to ensure the messages and commands are heard and clearly understood. The LRAD 100X is 20-30...

    Product • March 9th, 2011

  • Fiber Optic phone line Isolator

    Noisy phone lines, lighting on phone line issues, or to maintain the integrity of a fiber optic designed security systems that need remote monitoring. This unit is not made for DSL lines, only regular Potts lines because it will cancel the DSL...

    Product • March 9th, 2011

  • Spike Block

    Best used on Fire alarm panels, Gate/Access controls and CCTV equipment. This is a ground filter, UL listed and prevents a feed back loop or ground strikes that causes false alarms or case ground strikes that blow out the panel PC board.

    Product • March 8th, 2011

  • 120HWCP20CBPLC

    Very Special Surge suppression with a Brain.

    Product • March 8th, 2011

  • SightSurvey

    SightLogix has unveiled SightSurvey, a Web-based perimeter security design tool that enables security professionals to quickly and easily model a video intrusion detection system using the Google Maps depiction of the actual site. The tool uses an...

    Product • February 9th, 2011

  • CT 60176 tower

    Chase Security Systems’ model CT 60176 tower provides a variety of functions in areas such as building entrances and parking garages. The tower is uniquely designed to house three cameras which can monitor inbound and outbound traffic or focus on...

    Product • February 9th, 2011

  • High Security Fence Systems

    Ameristar’s high security fence systems combine deter, detect and delay elements into a single-source solution, uniting each component to form the industry’s only integrated perimeter security platform. With the capability of housing multiple security...

    Product • February 9th, 2011

  • DSC 288 high security sliding gate

    Gate can stop a 15,000 pound truck traveling at 50 mph

    Product • December 8th, 2010

  • Tailgate Detector

    TDflex, TDtrap provide users with a minimal impact solution

    Product • August 30th, 2010

  • SUPERVISOR 5000 Optical Turnstile

    The SUPERVISOR 5000 from Alvarado features highly-reliable mechanics married with cutting-edge electronics and intuitive control software which enables end-users to control every aspect of their access control environment. Designed as the thinnest optical...

    Product • June 3rd, 2010

  • Net2 Number Plate Reader

    The Paxton Access Net2 number plate reader is designed to work with the supplier's Net2 access control software. Once the camera has been mounted to provide a clear view of the number plate, a data cable is wired from the camera to the reader port on...

    Product • June 2nd, 2010

  • XField

    The XField sensor from Senstar Inc., is a terrain-following volumetric sensor that creates an electrostatic field around a set of four or eight parallel field and sense wires that causes its processor to sense changes when events - such as intruders...

    Product • June 2nd, 2010