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NOV-DEC 2017

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B18 BIG BOOK WINTER 2017 | SouthComm Security Media ACCESS CONTROL & DOOR HARDWARE ML2000 Series Mortise Locksets from Corbin Russwin The ML2000 Series is an ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 mor- tise lock designed to withstand the most abusive environments. Available in 51 mechanical and electrified functions – including vandal resistant and behavioral health options – the ML2000 Series is constructed of heavy-gauge steel with unique, patented features and an optimized torsion spring design that has fewer moving parts to give the lock an extremely smooth and consistent operation. All this adds to its versatility and reliability to comple- ment any application. Designed to meet the rigors of high-traffic com- mercial, institutional, industrial and government applications, the lockbody is constructed of heavy- gauge steel, our patented Quick Reversible latchbolt, and a 1-inch stainless steel deadbolt. It has been tested to easily surpass all BHMA standards, providing all the strength and security required in a Grade 1 mortise lock. Furthermore, a wide variety of trim designs and functions and a 10-year warranty lend to the ML2000's versatility and reliability. Utilizing the proven ML2000 Series mortise lockset, you can also combine simplicity with access control and use the electrically controlled mortise lock. The ML2000 Series provides self-contained, integral continuous-duty, solenoid-operated remote locking and unlocking. The ML2000 Series is the ideal choice for use in offices, schools, hospitals, hotels and other high-use applications. Request more information: SELECT Geared Continuous Hinge Do your customers complain about a "problem door?" Chances are, the problem isn't the door, or even the lock. Fix the real problem – worn butt and pivot hinges – and deliver total door service with SELECT geared continuous hinges. A SELECT geared continuous hinge surpassed 25,000,000 open/close cycles in laboratory testing – equivalent to 60 years of high-traffic use and 10 times beyond BHMA Grade 1 cycle count. That's why we can offer the industry's only Continuous Warranty™, a warranty that never expires. SELECT hinges eliminate hinge repairs forever and are ideal for high-traffic doors in retail storefronts, schools, convention centers, sports facilities, airports and other public buildings. Call 800-423-1174 or visit the links below. Request more information: ASSA ABLOY IN120 WiFi Locks The IN120 WiFi lock, available from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT, offers the ease and flexibility of WiFi in a streamlined design. By enabling more cost-effective installations, the IN120 allows facilities to expand access control cov- erage to more doors. Ideal for use in hard-to- wire locations, it uses standard IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectiv- ity to connect to the access control system, significantly reducing instal- lation costs and eliminating the need for proprietary equipment. The IN120 utilizes HID® multiCLASS SE® technology to sup- port a wide range of credential types and HID Mobile Access® powered by Seos®. Featuring integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware, the IN120 is available in cylindrical and mortise lock configurations, with black or white reader and a broad range of finishes and levers. Request more information: Adams Rite EX Series Exit Devices The newly designed EX Series Exit Devices by Adams Rite is complete with four models offer- ing customers sleek, flexible, installation-friendly solutions. The new EX Series includes the E X88 Interlocking Rim Exit Device, with a robust and unique bolt design that interlocks the door to frame for enhanced strength and durability; the E X89 Pullman Rim Exit Device which is compat- ible with the Adams Rite preload capable 74R1 Electric Strike; the E X 76 CVR Exit Device with concealed adjustable rods and latching assemblies designed for easy installation; and the E X80 Dummy Push Bar, whose flexible design comes standard with two monitoring switches and is field selectable for active or inactive configuration. The EX Series features modern, contoured design with matching metal end caps and no visible hardware from the back once installed. Complimentary trim is avail- able to create a beautiful finish. Unique features, including impact bumpers, return control and vertical guides provide smoother operation and sound dampening for a superior user experience. The adjustable mounting foot and mounting plate as well as provided adhesive tem- plates assist with device mounting and reduce installation time. The EX Series is suitable for high, mid and low traffic openings in aluminum, hollow metal and wood applications. Request more information: Yale 6000 Series Exit Device with A-ALR Emergency Exit Option Featuring the sleek lines of the original Yale 6000 Series Exit Device with the complete features of an alarmed exit device, the new A-ALR emergency exit option for the Yale 6000 Series Exit Device is perfect for commercial applications concerned with loss prevention, including retail, hospitality and more. The 6000 Series Exit Device with A-ALR emergency exit option has a highly durable aluminum rail design with ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certification and is available with the full range of Yale exit trim. The built-in alarm is powered by a 9V battery and sounds at 90 dB at 10 feet from the device. Other features include several alarm modes, low battery warning, tamper resistance, and a red LED indicator to clearly display that the device is armed. Request more information: Mircom TX3- CX-1 PoE Single Door Controller Mircom's TX3-CX-1 single door PoE controller easily mounts onto a standard single gang electrical box and features a built-in proximity reader that can be networked using TIA/EIA-485 and/or TCP/IP. It includes 12 VDC, 700mA of local power for a door strike, and an additional Wiegand card reader can be attached to mount outside and an optical tamper switch ensures immediate notification of tampering. The controller has a built-in 125 KHz proxim- ity reader and mini USB for stand-alone applications. Request more information:

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