Security Technology Executive

MAY-JUN 2018

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B10 BIG BOOK SPRING 2018 | SouthComm Security Media ACCESS CONTROL & DOOR HARDWARE 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 compatible with Adams Rite preload capable 74R1 Electric Strike; the E X 76 CVR Exit Device, with concealed adjust- able 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 templates 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: Detex AO19 Series of Low Energy Automatic Operators The Detex AO19 Series of Low Energy Automatic Operators are eco- nomical, easy to install, heavy- duty products for high use and high abuse applications. They meet requirements for ANSI/BHMA A156.9 (American National Standard for Power Assist and Low Energy Power Operated Doors) and provide standard features that meet the requirements of the American Disabilities Act. Operators are available for three different door applications: Single Doors (AO19-1); Double Doors (AO19-2); and Double Egress Doors (AO19-3). The reliable AO19 offers all the features you expect in an automatic door opera- tor at no extra cost. All operators feature Power Close, adjustable Delayed Activa- tion for sequenced vestibule doors, Reverse On Obstruction, adjustable Closing Speed, Push & Go, 3-way On/Off/Hold switch for ease of service and setup, and Electric Lock Relay including 300ma AC/DC. The AO19 can be integrated into any existing system, including access control, fire, request to exit, computer signal devices and delayed egress. Detex is also proud to offer the AO19 in an EasyKit. The Automatically Oper- ated Doors (AOD) EasyKit provides a system that includes the Advantex Latch Retraction exit device and the AO19 Low Energy Automatic Operator with a built-in power supply. The Automatic Operator is pre-wired with the latch retraction power supply, making installation fast and easy. All hardware items, plus riser and wiring diagrams, are provided with one easy-to-order, easy-to-specify part number. Request more information: IN220 Power over Ethernet Locks from ASSA ABLOY Available from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT, the IN220 Power-over-Eth- ernet (PoE) lock combines superior aesthetics with the energy efficiency and streamlined architecture of PoE access control solutions for a cost-effec- tive, sustainable solution that leverages existing network infrastructure for enhanced security and easier installations. The IN220 uses standard IEEE 802.3af PoE- enabled network infrastructure for both power and data, streamlining the installation process, eliminating proprietary equipment, and enabling real-time communication. The lock also significantly reduces standby power consumption compared to tradi- tional access control solutions and reduces materials by combining several separate components into a single lock. Featuring HID® multiCLASS SE® technology, the IN220 supports a wide range of credential types and HID Mobile Access® powered by Seos® for use with mobile devices with Bluetooth® Smart and/or NFC technology. A privacy button enables local lockdown and shelter in place as well as privacy functionality for applications such as restrooms. Built with integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware, all IN220 locks suite with the IN Series of locks and are available in cylindrical lock, mortise lock and exit device configurations as well as a wide range of finishes and decorative levers. Request more information: SDC S6000-101 Delayed Egress SDC's Exit Check ® S6000-101 All-In-One delayed egress panic and fire exit device comes with controller and delayed egress logic all integrated into the bar. Available in rim mount, mortise and vertical rod (surface mount & concealed) configurations, the All-In-One is perfect for retail loss prevention, pedestrian control, wandering patient control and nurs- ery infant protection. Audible alarm and multi-colored LED provide alert to unauthorized egress when initiated by depressing the push pad. A key switch provides reset and bypass control. In a life safety emergency, the device will immediately unlock upon loss of power or when powered by a fire control supervised power supply. The All-In-One is designed to provide code compliance at a competitive price point vs. other delayed egress solutions, perfect for tight budgets. And, the All- In-One is built on an open platform for ultra-compatibility and operates with low power consumption, requiring less than 1 amp from your power supply. For more details, visit the links below or call 1-800-413-8783. Request more information: Series Features: • 15-second exit delay, 1 or 2 second nuisance delay • Built-in visual and audible annunciation • Single or tandem doors • Key reset, bypass • Field-selectable 1 to 30 second request-to- exit, anti-tailgate and door prop alarm • UL Listed Benefits: • Eliminates need for separate delayed egress controller • Reduces door and frame prep • Perfect for exit device retrofits and upgrades

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