Security Technology Executive

MAY-JUN 2018

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B 6 BIG BOOK SPRING 2018 | SouthComm Security Media ACCESS CONTROL & DOOR HARDWARE Sustainable Access Control: EcoFlex and EcoPower from ASSA ABLOY EcoFlex™ technology, available in electrified mortise locks and exit trim from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT, represents a significant innovation in door opening technology. EcoFlex® electrified mortise locks reduce energy consumption up to 96% and Eco- Flex™ electrified exit trim up to 95%, as certified by GreenCircle®. The EcoFlex solutions are ideal for electronic access control applications – whether they are used as stand- alone devices or as part of an integrated access control system. EcoPower, from ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware, is a highly efficient power supply designed to work with low-power electrified locks. The small, 4-inch cube access control power supply reduces standby power consumption to only 8.5mW (0.0085W), a 99-percent decrease compared to current linear and switching power supplies. When used together, the EcoFlex and EcoPower solution is GreenCircle Certified to reduce power consumption up to 99 percent in both fail-safe and fail-secure applica- tions, from up to 20W to 0.3W. This energy-efficient solution offers a cost-effective alternative to traditional solutions and confirms ASSA ABLOY's commitment to bringing more sustainable security solutions to the market. Request more information: SDC's Auto EntryControl Low Energy Swing Door Operator SDC's Auto EntryControl TM Low Energy Swing Door Operator provides hands-free, low-power point of entry door control to help meet all US and Canadian ADA requirements for door installations in retail storefronts, office buildings, campuses and healthcare facilities. The state-of-the-art microprocessor-based unit is self-tuning and self-learning while offering non-handed operation, full mechanical stops and a variety of interface options for sensors, push-plates, fire alarms and electrified locks. • Knowing act to activate • 120v, low energy, Quiet! • Specify push or pull arm • Spindle included • Slotted back-plate for easy mounting • One button programming… • Meets ANSI standard for ADA Compliance • Auto-senses degree of door swing • Hard stops adjustable (if needed) • On board 24v output & sequencer for mags/strikes • Auto IR, presence sensor (not activation) • Easy add and power for wireless controls • Order with SDC brand ADA switches & bollards Find out more at the links below or call 1-800-413-8783. Request more information: 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. Communication between Net2 PaxLock and the Net2 server is done wirelessly through Net2Air and the Net2Air Ethernet bridges, providing all the advantages of a wireless access control system. Each Net2Air bridge can detect Net2 PaxLock units within an average wireless radius range of up to 50ft (15m). • Secure, simple door handle solution that can be fitted in minutes • Full battery management system with low battery alerts and easy-change AA batteries • Compatible with EM and Paxton proximity tokens • Key override option • Ideal for retrofit installation • Contains Genuine HID Technology™ For more information about the Net2 PaxLock, visit the links below. Request more information: Cellular Access Control from DoorKing Save Money! DKS Cellular access control provides an alternate to standard POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) phone lines that are expensive to install and maintain, and are becoming increas- ingly scarce and unreliable for data transfer via obsolete modem technology. The cellular control box eliminates the need for expensive long wire runs (trenching) that typically provide voice and data communications. DKS Cellular control boxes easily connect to DoorKing 1800, Access Plus and 1830 Series telephone entry systems – replacing old fashion POTS telephone lines and elimi- nating the need for RS232, RS485, Ethernet and other expensive wiring means. Typical business phone lines run between $60 to $120 per month, PLUS the expense of long distance charges. Using VoIP? You still need a VoIP provider (another monthly expense) plus the cost of trenching to run ethernet cabling to the entry system. DKS Cellular control boxes eliminate the need for costly trenching and long wire runs, and in many instances the monthly cellular fees are less than that of an old fashion (soon to be obsolete) business land line. Request more information:

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