Security Technology Executive

MAY-JUN 2018

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B16 BIG BOOK SPRING 2018 | SouthComm Security Media Request information: ACCESS CONTROL & DOOR HARDWARE IP PRO Access Control from SDC Bring safe, secure, easy to implement door access control to the network's edge with- out the headaches of costlier, more complicated enterprise solutions. SDC IP Pro™ IP-based Single Door Access Controllers are now available with two Ethernet ports for interfacing with an additional IP device. They allow expansion from one standalone door up to a 100-door "grid." The additional Ethernet port allows IT depart- ments to save a port when connecting an extra door at the server. Installers can eliminate a long cable run when connecting an additional IP device. Every IP Pro™ Controller comes with secure, built-in software to manage up to 32 doors from any standard web browser to allow for real-time moni- toring, user management and audit trail up to 5,000 events. • Powered by ordinary Ethernet network cables • Secure, built-in browser-based software, no software to install • Manage from any PC and standard web browser • Connects to existing network infrastructure • Compatible with standard Weigand readers Or, download our FREE PLUS PC-Client software to control up to 100 doors from a single PC. IP Pro™ PLUS is a role-based access control software suite with differ- ent interface modules – PLUS Hardware is used by the installer to set up controllers, doors and user profiles; PLUS Manage is used by system administrators to facilitate database changes required on a day-to-day basis, and offers various reporting tools; PLUS Server is used by system administrators to perform specialized tasks, such as database backups, firmware updates, importing/exporting users. Live System events can be monitored from either module. For more details, visit the links below or call 1-800-413-8783. Request more information: SDC's Hazardous Door Access & Egress Security Solutions SDC's UniFLEX TM 45F Fire Rated Electric Strike is the best 3-hour fire rated strike on the market. • Durable, stainless steel die cast body for corrosion resistance • UL 10C, 3 Hr fire rated (fail-secure only) • Impact-resistant, non-metallic, anti-static material • No moving parts, maintenance free • 1.5" mushroom button (red or green) SDC's Explosion Proof EMLock eliminates sparks in hazardous plant locations (EP17624), for applications where flammable vapors are a concern. • UL listed for use in hazardous locations CLASS 1, DIVISION 2 • Corrosion proof • Explosion proof epoxy sealed to eliminate sparks • No moving parts, virtually maintenance free • Door status sensor • 628 clear anodized aluminum housing The EP499 Explosion Proof Series Exit Switch works in hazardous and corrosive envi- ronments. They are impact-resistant, non-metallic, anti-static material. • Silicone gasket on enclosure and actuator • No moving parts, virtually maintenance free • Corrosion proof with F1 UV protection • 1.5" mushroom button (red or green) • Explosion protected contact blocks • Clearance for 3/4" bottom feed NPT fitting For more details, visit the links below or call 1-800-413-8783. Request more information: ASSA ABLOY IN120 WiFi Locks The IN120 WiFi lock, avaiable from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT, offers the ease and flexibility of WiFi in a streamlined design. By enabling more cost-effective installations, the IN120 allows facilities to expand access control coverage to more doors. Ideal for use in hard-to-wire locations, it uses standard IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity to connect to the access control system, significantly reducing installation costs and eliminating the need for proprietary equipment. The IN120 utilizes HID® multiCLASS SE® technology to support a wide range of credential types and HID Mobile Access® pow- ered by Seos®. Featuring integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware, the IN120 is available in cylindrical and mortise lock configurations, with black or white reader and a broad range of finishes and levers. Request more information:

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