The DuraView D2 camera protection system features a lens bubble that exceeds 1K 10 ratings and complements the company’s D2 and D3 camera enclosures. The lens is engineered to keep all brands of PTZ and mini-dome cameras safe from impact at every angle while still being optically pure. The system is designed for deployment where vandalism and camera attacks can occur, such as school districts, subways, military areas and cities.
The SARGENT Profile Series V.N2 lock with Aperio Technology makes it easy to bring access control to additional doors. The unit uses local wireless communication between the lock and an Aperio hub to connect to an online access control system, eliminating wiring at the door. The lock features HID iClass 13.56 MHz smart card technology and ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware.
Safety Technology International Inc.
The Wireless Driveway Monitor uses a solar-powered patented magnetometer sensor system to detect when a vehicle enters and leaves. Movement of any large metallic (iron or steel) object close to the driveway sensor will transmit a signal to the receiver, causing the receiver to chime and flash. People, animals and shadows will not trigger the sensor. It may be placed as far as 1,000 feet (line of sight) away from the receiver and does not have to be buried into the ground.
The MP5000 is a towable, rapid deployment vehicle barricade developed for locations with large-vehicle traffic. The barricade, which was successfully crash tested following ASTM test criteria for an M40 level test, is available in 12-, 16- and 20-foot clear openings. The self-contained, battered-powered barricade can be towed to where vehicle security is needed, and it sets up in less than 15 minutes.
Trident Security Devices
Trident Security Devices’ TSD Security Bollard, K12 model, is in compliance with the ATSM standard as a L3/K12 Retractable Security Bollard, without exception or limitation. The recent crash test was completed using a single bollard, rather than a three-bollard setup, which is the usual testing method. When multiple TSD bollards are installed in a line, each individual bollard, or any combination, can be programmed to operate separately from the others as opposed to the existing method of one drive unit for the entire line.
Chase Security Systems Inc.
The Chase Security Designer Series pedestals and hoods feature an ornate gusset along the neck and can be featured with a base cover to conceal the mounting bolts, which shields them from the elements. Applications include intercoms, cameras, keypads and card readers. The company can custom design and build all pedestals and towers to work with unique device specifications. All installed devices are enclosed in a durable protective housing, which is ideal for routine servicing.
Smiths Detection’s RadSeeker is designed to quickly and accurately identify radiological and nuclear threats in all operating conditions. The handheld device offers an array of applications from enabling civil defense and first responder rad-nuc search operations to helping port and border personnel with cargo, container and vehicle screening. It is designed to meet the ANSI N42.34-2006 performance standard and the requirements of the Department of Homeland Security Domestic Nuclear Detection Office.
Chase Security Systems Inc.
Chase Security Systems’ model CSGW 18187 wire guard is designed to protect emergency lights, clocks, speakers and exit signs against vandalism or accidental damage. The wire guards are used in prisons, HUD projects, universities, hotels, parks, schools, hospitals, gymnasiums and other public locations where damage may occur. The units are constructed of 7-gauge steel and welded at all points for strength.
RISCO Group USA
RISCO Group’s Wireless Active Infrared Barrier
Beams provide outdoor perimeter protection of
residential and commercial properties. Direct sunlight
immunity is achieved by using extremely short
beam pulse duration together with optical and
unique electronic filtering. The beams’ design filters
out IR energy from the sun and provides high performance
even in direct sunlight. A patent-pending
design allows the insertion of beam modules from
the front and provides the ability to secure their position
with the flick of a clip.
GPS Standard’s RADAR perimeter protection system
is based on electromagnetic wave technology. The
system creates a zone of protection covering about
3-4 meters in width and height to a distance of 100
meters. It can detect the direction and speed of an
intruder’s movement and can operate in any atmospheric
condition. The system also features a low
false alarm rate and the ability to be integrated with
other protection and video surveillance systems.