Security Technology Executive

NOV-DEC 2017

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B14 BIG BOOK WINTER 2017 | SouthComm Security Media ACCESS CONTROL & DOOR HARDWARE Net2 Networked Access Control System from Paxton Net2 is a user-friendly and flexible networked access control system from Paxton. The solution is IP-ready, sits directly on a building's network and is man- aged via a central PC. It allows users to manage security from one cen- tral platform making administration straightforward. Comprised of smart, simple door hardware and advanced, easy to use software; Net2 moves beyond the basics of securing access to doors to provide features like energy saving, system integration, building management and security lockdown. Key features include: • Centralized administration and control of sites from 1 to 1,000 doors, and up to 50,000 users; • Tailor access rights to groups or individuals by creating one-off time periods and temporary access; • Improved door control with the ability to hold doors open/closed for a specified period; • Site graphics – upload a graphic of your building to Net2 for an aerial view of access events happening in real time; • Energy saving triggers and actions – set the system to switch off utilities automatically when the building is empty and save money on energy bills; and • Compatible with a variety of token technology options – including Paxton, MIFARE® and HID™. Request more information: ED4000/ED5000 Series Exit Devices from Corbin Russwin ED4000/ED5000 Series exit devices from Corbin Russwin have multiple secu- rity features ideal for environments that require durable and attractive security solutions that will last the life of a building and provide additional resistance against vandalism and unauthorized entry. They are Indepen- dently-verified for cycle and strength testing that exceeds ANSI/ BHMA Grade 1 stan- dards for long life and made from 61-percent post-consumer recycled content as per LEED MR credit 4 contributing to your sustainability efforts. The Motorized Electric Latch Retraction (MELR) option provides remote-con- trolled latch retraction that delivers quiet, smooth operation for convenient, hassle- free egress. The MELR is easily installed in new applications and available as retrofit assemblies for field updates. It features a maintenance-free design with few moving parts and uses 86 percent less power during retraction than solenoid devices. Plus, MELR is powered by a standard power supply, simplifying installation and increasing system design flexibility. Request more information: STid Mobile ID ® Mobile Access Control Solution Use your smartphone as your access control credential! The secure and instinctive STid Mobile ID® identification solution brings the access badge onto Android™ and iOS® smartphones. It can work alongside, extend or replace traditional RFID access cards. The virtual credential contributes to the security policy acceptance and adhesion in businesses, industries and governments. STid Mobile ID® is so ergonomic that identification becomes instinctive for users. Imagine opening the door with your smartphone still in the pocket by a simple slide of your hand on the reader! It is the best and most user-friendly solution to implement access control, even when your mobile phone is in standby mode or during a phone call. The offline and online architectures enable organizations to remain autonomous and independent with access rights management. The STid Mobile ID® online plat- form provides remote and dynamic management of your virtual access cards and reader configuration cards. STid is the only manufacturer that gives you the choice between hosting data on STid server, or within your own infrastructure. For more information, visit the links below. Request more information: Yale nexTouch Keypad Access Lock Meet Yale nexTouch™, the next generation of keypad access control. Featuring an advanced voice-guided system to simplify user programming and maintenance, Yale nex- Touch is available with a capacitive touchscreen that is intuitive and easy to use, as well as an ADA-compliant push button keypad option for more tactile environments. The lock also features privacy mode, which prevents access from the outside when desired. The nexTouch cylindrical lock fits easily into standard door preps for effortless installation. A truly scalable solution, nexTouch can be used as a stand-alone keypad lock that uses a PIN code to manage access; can be easily upgraded to uti- lize Data-on-Card technology as part of the Multi-Family Solution with Yale Accentra™ software; or can be upgraded for easy expansion of Zigbee or Z-Wave capable alarm systems in small business environments. Due to its modular design, facilities are able to minimize their investment costs while providing an easy migration path to more connected systems. This innovative product by Yale offers a variety of benefits for building owners and developers, including reduced maintenance, easy man- agement of access rights, and increased security. The hardware is easy to deploy and provides scalability to adapt to changing requirements. Request more information:

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