Automatic Systems’ speed gates are BIS (Biometric Identification Systems) compatible, allowing for seamless identification and access. By seamlessly integrating biometric authentication technology into the SlimLane speed gates, users do not need to stop or carry badges, therefore increasing throughput rate. BIS readers and lights are installed inside SlimLane and work via software or dry contacts. Users are pre-enrolled with biometrics and validated as they approach the gates. SlimLane opens automatically when authorized individuals walk through. In cases of attempted fraud or tailgating an alarm is generated.
Von Duprin’s concealed vertical cable (CVC) exit devices, which install in minutes, have been tested to have a design rating of +/- 75 pounds per square foot with a large missile impact, thus meeting the Florida Building Code requirements for hurricane wind protection. Instead of installing and adjusting vertical rods, the flexible cable latching system is inserted and secured into the door before the exit device is mounted. Once the latches are secured in the top and bottom of the door, the exit device is attached to the center slide of cable system. Only one point of adjustment is required.
Rutherford Controls (DORMA Group) now has a 0563 ½" Rim Strike. The slim, adjustable design of this new strike makes it a good 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. A low-energy, auto-sensing (0.01A,12-24VDC) strike, the 0563 runs cool in use. It includes two 1/8" spacers to create two additional sizes, 5/8" and 3/4". The strike is made of high-grade stainless steel.
Delta’s new HD300 barrier, available with either a fully electric or hydraulic control unit, will stop a 15,000 pound (66.7 Km) vehicle traveling 50 mph (80 kpm). Upon impact, the barrier remains in its foundation and the opening stays blocked, providing a multiple hit capability. In its M50 crash test, the HD300 completely disabled the test vehicle, causing severe damage to the occupant department and power train. The P1 penetration rating was given because the penetration beyond the protected side of the barrier was less than 1.0 m at the lower leading edge of the test vehicle’s cargo bed.
Honeywell Security & Communications
Honeywell’s WIN-PAK integrated security system software allows integrators to more-easily create a connected business environment to meet a broad spectrum of user needs, ranging from entry level to large, multi-location applications. The three versions of WIN-PAK 4.0 (WIN-PAK XE, SE and PE) accommodate a range of needs, from access control only to a fully integrated security system, depending on a user’s requirements. Honeywell has also expanded its portfolio with two releases that complement the WIN-PAK 4.0 software suite: the new Software Maintenance Upgrade (SMU) program and the PRO3200 access control panel.
Secura Key’s SK-NET Version 5.1, supports the new NOVA.16 sixteen-door control panel, which reduces cabling and installation costs, making system expansion easier. The NOVA.16 uses RS485 to interconnect the new Smart Readers (available with e*Tag or Radio Key technologies), each containing all the inputs and outputs to control and monitor a single door. SK-NET 5.1 is compatible with legacy control panels, allowing SK-NET users to expand their systems using newer terminal types with virtually no learning curve. SK-NET 5.1 works with Microsoft Windows Versions XP or greater.
Open Options Inc.
Fusion Web is a web-based client application that provides a secure interface to DNA Fusion v6 access control software from any supported web browser. Fusion Web allows users to access their system remotely and manage or react to specific situations such as granting after-hours access or controlling doors. Fusion Web also gives users the power to add and edit personnel, acknowledge and clear alarms and events, and view live video feeds. The application was designed for ease of use, convenience, and makes it simple to accomplish a variety of common tasks augmenting the company’s current DNA Fusion software.
Stanley Security Solutions
The Access Control Server from Stanley Security allows for easy management of software with the pre-installed Intelli-M access management software. Additionally, the Access Control Server (ACS) provides the following features: support for up to 32 doors; hardware that includes professional-grade hard drives and an internal flash drive for durability and easy recovery; pre-installed ACS with Microsoft Windows 7 Professional operating system; pre-installed special utilities, designed to support automatic backup and database management capabilities; a server that comes complete with Intelli-M Access Software with an unlimited door license, pre-installed, pre-configured and fully licensed and more.
Safety Technology International Inc.
STI’s Wireless Doorbell Button with 4-Channel Voice Receiver (STI-V34600) conveniently lets users know when a guest or customer is waiting. When the doorbell button is activated, it sends a wireless radio signal to the voice receiver. The receiver sounds a programmable voice message; select from ten tones/tunes and 53 selectable words (speaks up to four words for each transmitter) in English or Spanish. The product features 500’ range (line of sight) and is supervised for low battery and connection.
The CA3000 version 2.9 software provides robust access control functionality and seamless integration with alarms, locking and a growing list of video systems, while also offering a host of many new features including the ability to run the CardAccess 3000 and associated applications as Windows services and the ability to control access to the CardAccess GUI using Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). Support for Continental’s new Super-Speed 16 door Accelaterm Controller is also available. Plus, more video integration partners have been added to their list, now including Pelco, HiTron, Milestone, Dedicated Micros, Salient and Integral.