Security Technology Executive

MAY-JUN 2018

Issue link: https://securitytechnologyexecutive.epubxp.com/i/994589

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 63 of 79

B12 BIG BOOK SPRING 2018 | SouthComm Security Media www.SecurityInfoWatch.com ACCESS CONTROL & DOOR HARDWARE Alarm Controls AES-300 Electric Strike Coming soon in 2018, the flexible Alarm Controls AES-300 Electric Strike offers real value and innovation in one compact product. With 1,000 lbs. static strength and 50 ft-lbs. of dynamic strength, this small but strong strike body design eliminates the need to cut out the dust box during installation, which makes retrofitting a breeze. Each AES-300 complete kit includes the strike body and three faceplates to accommo- date cylindrical locksets with up to 5/8" throw. With up to 1/4" horizontal adjustability, the AES-300 is ideal for cylindrical locksets with up to 5/8" throw in medium duty applications. And with nearly unlimited customization options, look to the Alarm Controls Custom Solutions team to help build exactly what's needed to satisfy your access control needs. Learn more about this and the full line of Alarm Controls electric strikes and additional products at the links below. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12385031 www.alarmcontrols.com ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware HES and Securitron have united as ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware, bringing together the best of both brands: the innovation, strength and service of HES with the durability, quality and no-fault warranty of Securitron. Founded 40 years ago, HES and Securitron established global reputations by developing innovative electric strikes and electromagnetic locks. While all the products you know and love remain available, the product portfo- lio will expand with increased offerings in cabinet locks, power supplies and low power locking solutions. HES and Securitron are advancing security, innovation and convenience together as ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12381564 http://assaabloyesh.com 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-effective, sustainable solution that leverages existing net- work 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, eliminat- ing proprietary equipment, and enabling real-time communication. The lock also significantly reduces standby power consumption compared to traditional 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: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12172887 www.intelligentopenings.com/IN220 Yale nexTouch Sectional Mortise Lock Expanding the Yale nexTouch™ product line for even more applications, the new nexTouch Sectional Mortise Keypad Lock provides robust security for a variety of applications within com- mercial and multi-family buildings. Just like the original cylindrical nexTouch lock, the new mortise lock platform is ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certified with keypads offered in a capaci- tive touchscreen or ADA-compliant pushbutton versions. Other features include privacy mode with Door Position Sensor, optional security deadbolt, 9V battery backup, support of up to 500 unique user codes and more. A truly scalable solution, nexTouch can be used as a stand-alone keypad lock that uses a PIN code to manage access; can easily be upgraded to utilize Data-on-Card technology as part of the Yale Multi-Family Solution; or integrated with ZigBee or Z-Wave-capable alarm systems in small business environments. The ability to install a single lock that can utilize multiple technologies enables facilities to minimize their investment costs while providing an easy migration path to more connected systems. Yale's innovative new product offers many benefits for building owners and developers, including reduced maintenance, easy management of access rights, and increased security. When you need the perfect bal- ance of modern technology and advanced security, Yale Works for You SM . Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12410794 www.yalelocks.com/nexTouch

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Security Technology Executive - MAY-JUN 2018