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JUL-AUG 2018

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S-38 ACCESS CONTROL TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY 2018 JULY/AUGUST DynaLock Series 3101C-G2 Delayed Egress Lock The redesigned, second-generation DynaLock Series 3101C-G2 Delayed Egress Lock incorporates a new, enlarged LED lock status indicator arrangement. Rather than a single, T-1 3/4 bi-color LED mounted to the stamped aluminum housing cover of the original 3101C, the 3101-G2 utilizes a hi-brightness SMT LED status indicator array, which projects through a wide translucent lens in the face of a new injection-molded polymer housing cover. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12410532 Paxton's Net2 PaxLock Net2 PaxLock is a battery powered access control unit in a secure door handle, combining secure wireless technology with a stylish proximity reader. Net2 PaxLock comes ready to install with a C Keyway lock or alternatively to fit with an SFIC lock, with two handle designs available; Eclipse and Galaxy. Simple to use and fast to fit with a self-contained power source, this is an ideal solution for internal doors. Net2 PaxLock communicates with Paxton's user-friendly and intuitive Net2 access control software at a central point via a secure, low power radio link, and events are reported back to the server in real-time. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12410495 Alarm Lock's ArchiTech LocDown N90L Wireless Locks The Alarm Lock Division of Napco Security Technologies, Inc. is pleased to introduce a new, easily deployed, keyless school security measure for controlling access to classrooms, or any doors, in an emergency, with its ArchiTech ® Wireless Access Locks with remote keyfob-activated lockdown, securing one lock or a global lock group, in seconds, at the first hint of trouble. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12416915 ComNet's CNFE3DOE2 Serial Data to Ethernet Converter ComNet, Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, a USA-based manufacturer of fiber optic transmission and network- ing equipment, is announcing the introduction of a serial data to Ethernet terminal server. The purpose of this unit is to take RS232, RS422 and RS485 serial data, convert it to IP, transport it over an Ethernet network and convert it back at its destination. The CNFE3DOE2/M provides control of the remote hardware, as if it were connected directly to a PC COM port. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12412233 Software House C•CURE 9000 v2.70 Access Control System Johnson Controls introduces C•CURE 9000 v2.70 from Software House, one of the industry's most powerful security management systems providing 24x7 mission critical security and safety protection for people, buildings and assets. This new version provides up-to- date capabilities and technologies that enable security departments to meet the changing requirements of corporate facility protection. C•CURE 9000 v2.70 provides security staff with a consistent, standardized approach to meet critical access control and visitor management needs for enterprises adopting agile workplace strategies. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12405565 Kantech's KT-400 Johnson Controls has introduced a new standalone mode for the Kantech KT-400 four door controller, allowing smaller access control sys- tems of up to four doors to be controlled and managed using embedded and intuitive web based software, with no EntraPass access control software required. Request more info: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12408269 Showcase of Security Products

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