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MAY-JUN 2018

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B 8 BIG BOOK SPRING 2018 | SouthComm Security Media www.SecurityInfoWatch.com ACCESS CONTROL & DOOR HARDWARE DynaLock Series 3101C-G2 Delayed Egress Lock The redesigned, second-genera- tion DynaLock Series 3101C-G2 Delayed Egress Lock incorpo- rates a new, enlarged LED lock status indicator arrangement. Rather than a single, T-1 ¾ bi-color LED mounted to the stamped aluminum housing cover of the origi- nal 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. This new flame-proof polymer cover comes in a standard matte black finish identical to our armature housing and features a recessed US28 satin aluminum finish faceplate. This faceplate may also be finished to match any of our optional special architectural finishes when a lock is ordered as such. The 3101C-G2 also adds an optional new, redundant delay egress alarm relay output (AAO – Auxiliary Alarm Output Option). It provides an isolated set of SPDT, Form C output contacts, which duplicate the function of the standard Delay Egress Monitor output. All other mechanical, electronic and templating attributes remain unchanged from the original 3101C. Models configured for single and double out-swinging, double egress and single in- swinging doors are offered and backed by our DynaLife® PLUS lifetime warranty. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12410532 www.dynalock.com STid Mobile ID Online Portal Meet the challenge of matching high-secu- rity policy with intuitive access control! STid Mobile ID® Online Portal is the first user card management portal to comply with even the most demanding policy requirements (including GDPR and PIPEDA). Easy to manage, it can both issue and revoke virtual access cards remotely and ensure data privacy and protection using recommended encryption and authentication methods. Ultimately flexible, it is built to be compliant with the highest security standards of our clients' business and it perfectly interfaces with an existing system. Just let your policy dictate where sensitive data must be stored: on your own internal server or in a secured STid cloud. Welcome to high-security and flexibility – in a single solution. Many benefits: • Dynamic & remote rights management: creation, revocation and update • Simplified management of occasional visitors and VIPs • Unlimited reallocation of private ID from revoked cards • Secure Web portal and secure exchanges - HTTPS & TLS • Database encryption and fragmentation • Simplified visitor management with unlimited reuse of revoked badges • Alignment with our clients' value chain via sub-account management • Different levels of rights for each account allowing multiple users to work simultaneously on the same account • Platform hosted on STid server or on your server • Customizable user cards • Web services: secure link to your database Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12410588 http://stid-security.com SDC Electrified Z7870/80 Mortise Lockset Hybrid SDC introduces the Electrified Z7870/80 Mortise Lockset Hybrid with Manual Deadbolt for privacy. Mortise Lockset Hybrids are locked from the outside only and are unlocked by an access control or key from the outside to maintain privacy. Turning the inside lever retracts the deadbolt and latch for uninhibited egress at all times. These fully featured locksets ensure that the door stays latched even when unlocked, maintaining fire door integrity and comply with all national building and fire life safety code requirements for use on fire-rated doors. FE ATURES • SDC fully featured lockset with complete application flexibility for new construction or retrofit of major brand mechanical locks • New or retrofit application, replaces most mechanical locks • Field-selectable handing • Order with SDC Trim or Less Trim. Compatible with Schlage Trim • Key latch retraction • Field selectable mode (failsafe/failsecure) (7830/7832/7850/7852/7835 only) • Field selectable function (7830/7832/7850/7852/7835 only) • Field selectable voltage (7830/7832/7850/7852/7835 only) • Full monitoring capability (optional): • Request-to-Exit, SPDT • Door position status, SPDT (7830/7832/7850/7852/7835 only) • Latched & locked status, SPDT (7830/7832/7850/7852/7835 only) • Deadbolt status (7870/7872/7880/7882 only) • Latch status (7870/7872/7880/7882 only) For more details, visit the links below or call 1-800-413-8783. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12400308 www.sdcsecurity.com/MortiseLockHybrid ASSA ABLOY Locking Solutions with Mobile Access ® Capability ASSA ABLOY offers HID Mobile Access® support across a broad range of access control locks from brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT. This enables the ability to use phones and other mobile devices enabled with Bluetooth® Smart and NFC creden- tials with the IN120 WiFi lock, Access 700® and Passport 1000 PoE and WiFi locks, and the SE LP10 Integrated Wiegand lock. HID Mobile Access® powered by Seos® provides an easy, intuitive solution for issuing, delivering and revoking digital credentials on iOS and Android mobile phones and tablets with Blue- tooth® Smart and/or NFC technology. Offering comprehensive security, it protects identity data and keeps over-the-air communications between mobile devices and locks private. According to Peter Boriskin, Director of Product Management, Electronic Access Control, ASSA ABLOY Americas: "Mobile-enabled locks allow customers to extend the convenience and security of mobile access to a wider variety of applications, while maintaining interoperability with their existing credential base." Mobile-enabled locks from ASSA ABLOY Group brands are fully compatible with HID Global iCLASS SE® and Seos® cards as well as multiCLASS SE® readers config- ured for HID Mobile Access®. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12070107 www.intelligentopenings.com

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