The Sonitrol FlexIP Control Panel is a primary communications processor for integrated audio intrusion and access control solutions. Equipped with Plug & Play features that allow for ease of installation for IP communication it can be used for both Central Station monitored intrusion and managed access control. The FlexIP Control Panel can supervise and control 16 Audio or GlassBreak sensors, 16 Alarm inputs as well as 4 Auxiliary Outputs. The modular design ensures that the system can be tailored to the customers’ requirements and provide for add on capabilities with the addition of the associated expansion modules.
Secura Key is now offering NOVA.16 in a 4-door starter kit, including the control panel, basic software power supply, and 4 Smart Readers with prox or contactless technologies in mullion or switchplate housings. These Access Control kits contain everything you need for a complete four-door expandable system for a very affordable price. Secura Key’s feature-filled SK-NET software, along with the NOVA.16 Access Control Panel makes this a state of the art package. Start with a four door kit and expand the system up to 16 doors by purchasing one Smart Reader for each additional door.
SK-NET Version 5.1 from Secura Key includes support for video integration with Hikvision DVRs and NVRs. This integration allows the user to view video clips related to access control or intrusion events, as well as live video with PTZ control. The SK-NET Explorer, Right Click Popup Menu was developed not to obscure the live video window. Recently translated text has been added for non-English versions of SK-NET. The SK-NET-DM basic software can control up to 200 doors. SK-NET-MLD Multi-Location Software is required for dial-up modem use or multiple TCP/IP connections.
The latest version of OnSSI’s Ocularis changes the landscape in system design, implementation, scalability, functionality and cost-efficiency. Open platform enables integration with leading video and access solutions. Mix & Match architecture allows for flexibility in design and cost savings, and the “Powered by OnSSI” NVR Appliances integrate with exisiting or new Ocularis systems. Critical Camera Failover assures you never lose sight of critical areas, switching automatically to another camera with the same field of view. In the event that a recorder fails, Ocularis can automatically switch to cameras from another recorder as well. Audit Logging provides reporting on all system activities for even greater value.
HID Global Corp.
HID Global’s iCLASS SE enables customers to future-proof their access control systems while simplifying how identities are created, used and managed, across a broad range of applications using smart cards, smartphones and other mobile devices. The platform includes eco-friendly, field upgradeable readers that support Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP), smart cards and microprocessor based cards, including state-of-the-art iCLASS Seos credentials that are portable for use on smartphones. The multi-technology encoder gives organizations the convenience of encoding a broad range of current and future technologies.
Galaxy Control Systems’ new System Galaxy Software (v.10.3) interfaces with all legacy Galaxy hardware and infrastructure. With active directory support for real-time identity management, individualized identity-based door access, and audit reports for each screen view or credential holder. Share data with visitor management, time clocks, parking garages and more, and includes one-minute door open schedules with 100 additional day types. The system has an unconditional two-year warranty, accommodates unlimited users and is accessible from mobile web browsers.
Open Options Inc.
Open Options DNA Fusion v6.1 is the most up to date and advanced version of our flagship access control software ever. One of the most notable advancements of v6.1 is the expansive integration of third-party systems through Open Options FLEX API (Application Programming Interface) which provides a clean and easy-to-use mechanism for developing interfaces to DNA Fusion software. v6.1 also interfaces with Milestone Systems’ new add-on, the XProtect Access Control Module (ACM). ACM allows XProtect users to access Open Options DNA Fusion access control software from within the XProtect Smart Client.
The AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller is the industry’s first non-proprietary, open IP-based edge controller. AXIS A1001 complements Axis’ portfolio of IP video products and the platform creates integration possibilities with two different solutions: built-in, web-based AXIS Entry Manager software for small- to mid-sized installations combined with software designed by Axis’ Application Development Partners for enterprise-sized solutions that meet advanced customer requirements. Additional features include PoE, UL 2043 plenum-rated listing, auto synchronization and storage of cardholder data between controllers, and an installation wizard with unique wiring configuration printouts.
Honeywell Security & Communications
Honeywell’s NetAXS-123 with Ethernet virtual loop (EVL) is a web-based access control system that enables integrators to provide customers with simple, scalable and affordable access control. The system’s modular design allows businesses to purchase only as much access control as needed – down to the specific number of doors, making it easy to add more doors anytime. EVL eliminates the need for long runs of multiple cables by replacing them with just one PoE cable per door, which means reduced installation time and reduced costs. The scalable system paves the way for business owners to expand access control as needs change.
Secura Key’s new white paper on its NOVA.16 access control panel, “Secura Key’s NOVA.16—Something New for Small Systems,” explains the new system architecture and how it lowers installation, hardware and expansion costs, and also explaining the technology behind the product. The white paper describes the new system configuration, the more efficient distribution of processing power, how the product was developed, and why RS485 communications were selected over other alternatives. It also details backward compatibility and retrofit scenarios. These white papers are useful to systems integrators, OEMs, and Application Developers in both the Security and RFID channels. They are written for an executive level audience.