Security Technology Executive

NOV-DEC 2017

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B 2 2 BIG BOOK WINTER 2017 | SouthComm Security Media INSTALLATION TOOLS & SOFTWARE Platinum Tools' EZ-RJ45 Crimp Tool The new E XO Crimp Frame® RJ45 tool from Platinum Tools terminates multiple cable and conductor sizes. The patented EXO Crimp Frame® with EXO-EX Die™ also provides the ability to terminate larger Cat6/6A cables with ezEX-RJ45 connec- tors. Two interchangeable dies work with genuine EZ-RJ45® (Cat5e/6) and ezE X- RJ45 (Cat6/6A) connectors. • Single cycle crimp and flush trim • Reversible Dies for ambidextrous operation • Connectors lock into tool for correct positioning during crimp • Improves the trim & crimping of genuine EZ-RJ45® connectors • Push button storage lock and ergonomic comfort grip handles • Terminates larger cables and conductors Cat6/6A • EZ-RJ45 Die for crimping Genuine EZ-RJ45 Connectors • Wire sequence for T568A/B • EXO Crimp Frame with EZ-RJ45® Die P/N 100062C (MSRP $98.00). For additional pricing, information and complete product line, call (800) 749-5783, email, or visit the links below. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch. com/12382366 ConnectWise: Your Security Business Just Got Smarter Managing your security business comes with a unique set of challenges. ConnectWise can help. ConnectWise solutions integrate all aspects of your business – from marketing, quoting, and sales, to project management, time management and billing. Simplify the management of complex projects, ensure your techs are stay- ing busy, automate the collection of time, expenses and products for billing, and more. ConnectWise solutions streamline every step, so you can focus on what really matters. Connect your business with: ConnectWise Sell, a quote and proposal solution that simplifies and speeds up sales processes; or ConnectWise Manage, a business management solution that unifies all aspects of your operations. The software covers time management, quoting and sales to project management, purchasing and billing. Request more information: Trine's 4850ITL Electric Strike Installation Tool Trine Access Technology has developed the ultimate tool for installing electric strikes used with rim panic devices. As with all Axion strikes from Trine, this tool was designed to install the entire 4800 series line of strikes quickly and accurately the first time, making the best installation available today. The 4850ITL is not just a template, it is made from actual production parts giving the installer the ability to adjust for common door issues such as sagging and misalign- ment. By placing the ITL on the frame, it allows the installer to "feel" the strike working with the door and panic device allow- ing for fine adjustments before holes are drilled. The flexibility and therefore accuracy of the 4850-ITL is derived from our patent pending magnetic holding system built into the body of the tool. Combine this with a custom center punch that is included with every 4850-ITL used to make perfectly centered marks on the frame, this tool is a must for every installer of electric strikes. See the video by searching "4850ITL" on Youtube! Request more information: 22-in-1 Security Screwdriver Kit from Platinum Tools The perfect set for security installers – reach into those deep crevices with ease and never be without the right screwdriver. It features a non-slip, comfort grip handle with a high impact plastic core and 11 double sided security shaft style bits. The shaft style enables access into recessed screws up to five inches deep. The bit load includes multiple sizes of security Torx® hex and Robertson along with spanners and tri-wings so the list of applications is endless. This kit can be used on standard hex and torx screws and includes a slotted and Phillips head bit for traditional screwdriver applications. Product number 19015. For pricing, information and complete product line, call (800) 749-5783, email or visit the links below. We Make Connections EZ! Request more information:

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