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Content Manager<p>​PESA of Huntsville, Alabama, in partnership with VIQ Solutions of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, announced the availability of the PESA ACES Collaborative Content Manager. An affordable, multichannel capture and playback system for synchronized live event recording and playback, the solution simplifies collaboration when working with recordings by leveraging secure, browser-based access and indexed multimedia annotations. Built around the PESA XSTREAM C58 or C22 multichannel streaming media appliance and the VIQ Satellite software for sophisticated file capture and management, the CCM is a comprehensive two- or five-channel video and audio content management system that provides secure access to files synchronized across multiple network tiers.</p>
Wireless Cameras<p>​Amped Wireless of Chino Hills, California, unveiled its APOLLO and APOLLO PRO Long Range HD Wi-Fi Cameras, which provide three times the Wi-Fi range of similar cameras. Accompanied by a mobile app and affordable cloud recording, these cameras combine high-powered amplifiers and a high-gain antenna to produce exceptionally long-range Wi-Fi capabilities. The APOLLO PRO is equipped with a wide viewing angle for optimal viewing dimensions. Advanced Night Vision provides clear viewing in even the darkest conditions. The APOLLO PRO is also equipped with two-way audio that allows the user to speak and listen directly through the camera.</p>
Glass Break Alarm<p>​​​The DSC PG9922 Glass Break Detector from Tyco Security Products of Westford, Massachusetts, reliably identifies breaking windows or glass doors. It analyzes patterns of sounds using a three-stage, multilevel classification pro­cess, eliminating false alarms. Early detection of broken glass gives notice to act quickly to protect against temperature extremes, water, and other harmful factors. A single detector mounted on wall or ceiling can protect rooms up to 1,288 square feet, so it is un­necessary to install detectors on every window and door. Its low-power operation extends battery life up to five years.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Marketplace%20DSC%20Tyco%20Glass%20Break%20Detector.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Video Display<p>​S2 Security of Framingham, Massachusetts, released Version 2 of S2 Magic Monitor, a digital canvas that refines the user experience with new features and an easy-to-use interface. It can display video, text, signage, and media anywhere across the enterprise. New features allow operat­ors to play back video directly from a live video stream, take a picture snapshot from live video, open a Magic Monitor di­gital canvas on multiple monitors connected to the same computer, and zoom in for details on live or recorded video.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Marketplace%20S2%20Security%20Magic%20Monitor.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Network Recorder<p>​Toshiba Surveillance &amp; IP Video Products of Irvine, California, introduced a new IPSM PC-based desktop network video recorder, optimized with 16-channel live view, recording, and playback capability. The IPSM can record both locally and globally via the Internet, depending on which provides the best user experience. Mobile users can access video via iPad, iPhone, or Android device using the Toshiba Surveillix app. The compact desktop device automatically locates cameras on the network and provides connections for multiple USB devices, as well as HDMI, display port, DVI-D, and VGA video outputs. An ONVIF-compliant interface means maximum compatibility with Toshiba, as well as support for other manufacturers including Sony, Panasonic, and Samsung.&#160;</p>
Hybrid Video<p>​Genetec Inc. of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, introduced the Turnkey Network Security Appliance, the SV-32 v2. The solution enables organizations to deploy a unified or standalone IP/analog video surveillance and access control system while maintaining their existing investments in analog infrastructure. With built-in analog encoder cards, the appliance offers a cost-effective solution to integrate legacy analog cameras as part of an IP transition plan. Pre-installed with the Genetec Security Center platform, the appliance allows users to consolidate multiple remote sites within a single security environment while supporting up to 32 cameras and 100 access control readers.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Marketplace%20Genetec-SV32-v2-Front%20hardware-photo%20lr%201.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Security Switch<p>​ComNet Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, expanded its Reliance product line for the utility and industrial markets. The RLGE2FE16R is the company’s first Ethernet switch/router that is designed specifically for use in electrical utility substations and switchyards, heavy manufacturing facilities, and as railway track-side electronic equipment. Fully compliant with IEC6185-3 and IEEE1613 class 2, it is for use where high levels of electromagnetic interference are routinely encountered. The switch/router is designed to prevent unauthorized access to a network and offers an enhanced security version that easily allows for secure firewalls to be set up where multiple levels of authentication must be followed before access is granted.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Marketplace%20ComNetRLGE2FE16R.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Intruder Interface<p>​TAKEX America, Inc., of Sunnyvale, California, is launching an IP interface module INT-QUADIP, which is designed for PB-IN-HF/HFA, PB-F/FA, PB-IN-100AT, and PB-KH series Photoelectric Beam sensors. When using the TAKEX IP Interface Module, photoelectric beams are as easy as IP cameras to install and integrate with leading video management systems; they can initiate recording when a perimeter is breached, direct a pan-tilt-zoom camera to the location of an intrusion, or activate lighting or sound equipment. Using IP infrastructure already in place for CCTV, access control, and other security systems dramatically reduces the costs associated with installation, and provides a fully integrated security solution that can be easily expanded and configured to customer and site requirements as desired.</p>
Robotic PTZ<p>​<span style="line-height&#58;1.5em;">JVC Professional Video of Wayne, New Jersey, intro­duced its first robotic pan-</span><span style="line-height&#58;1.5em;">tilt-zoom IP video pro­duc­tion camera, the </span><span style="line-height&#58;1.5em;">KY-PZ100. In addition to 3G-SDI and HDMI outputs, the camera features JVC’s IP-based communications engine to provide streaming HD video at a vari­ety of bit rates, with minimal latency. When connected to a Wi-Fi adapter or LTE modem via USB or directly connected to a LAN, the KY-PZ100 streams video with two-channel audio using SMPTE 2022 forward error correction. Designed to work as a standalone remote camera or as part of a multicamera system, it delivers excellent low-light performance, and its LoLux mode delivers images in near darkness.</span></p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Marketplace%20JVC%20PTZ%20Video-over-IP.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Exit Light<p>​The HAL-EMG-EXT-12W-2L hazardous location bug eye system from Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, is an emergency lighting solution constructed with two 10-watt LED light fixtures. It includes an enclosed battery backup ballast allowing the unit to operate for 90 minutes once power is lost. Each LED lamp produces 1,050 lumens and provides 50,000 hours of operation. The LED lamp is protected by a Pyrex globe and a polycarbonate globe guard. The maintenance-free nickel-cadmium battery backup power supply automatically switches on when power is lost. Once power is restored, a built-in charger will re-energize the battery to its fully charged state.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Marketplace%20Larson%20Electronics%20lights%20hazardous%20location%20emergency%20light.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />