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Analog HD Video<p>​CBC AMERICAS Corporation of Cary, North Carolina, released the Ganz GENSTAR line of AHD cameras and recording devices engineered to use an existing analog system, reducing installation time and providing a high-definition surveillance solution in minutes. The full line of AHD devices includes &#160;compact bullet and dome cameras, as well as digital video recorders. They are as simple to install and maintain as traditional analog solutions, using coaxial cable to deliver 1080p HD video. Recorders are available in models with four, eight, and 16 channels and with up to 4 terabytes of internal storage.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Ganz%20Genstar_Z8-D4NTVF56LAN.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Explosion-Proof Camera<p>​The new MAXIMUS MPXHD is a Full HD explosion-proof pan-tilt-zoom camera from Vidoetec of Schio, Italy. It produces high-definition images and is safe to use in hazardous areas and harsh settings where gases or flammable dust can create a potentially explosive environment. The camera features 30x optical zoom and broadcasts high-quality images via Ethernet with H.264 and MJPEG compression. It can provide two to four video streams simultaneously. Its day/night feature improves images in low-light environments. Stainless steel housings are IP66-rated for durability in temperature extremes.&#160;</p>
Touch Screen<p>​TRU-Vu Monitors of Arlington Heights, Illinois, released a touch screen in a waterproof, panel-mount enclosure. The VMWTRPM-17C-SS is ideal for use where a touch screen must function in a wet environment. It features a 17-inch screen, VGA and DVI inputs, and a NEMA4X waterproof, stainless steel enclosure. It is also available with a 1,000-nit brightness panel for use in direct sunlight. Units are backed with a three-year warranty and can be customized to meet specific application requirements.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Tru-VU%20VMWTRPM-17C-SS.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Bullet Camera<p>​Toshiba Surveillance &amp; IP Video Products of Irvine, Cali­fornia, introduced a new bullet IP cam­era with 3-megapixel resolution, Adaptive IR LEDs, and H.264 Smart Codec compression technology (which reduces network bandwidth and storage requirements compared to standard H.264). The IK-WB82A allocates more bandwidth to moving objects and critical areas of interest, and less bandwidth to background images. Adaptive IR automatically adjusts the light intensity to avoid overexposure of close objects, while True Day-Night Imaging and True Wide Dynamic Range handle high-contrast scenes. Hallway View is available for monitoring long narrow spaces. The camera is rated IP66 for outdoor use and is ONVIF compliant.&#160;</p>
Smartphone Locks<p>​The NAPCO Security Group of Companies—Alarm Lock, Continental­Access, and Marks USA—of Amityville, New York, announced new ArchiTech Designer Wireless Networx Locks with Bluetooth LE Technology and the iLock App. The locks offer mobile access and unlocking via smart devices. Based on Networx lock reliability and battery life, the series offers a choice of more than 300 Grade 1 architectural lock styles and finishes, plus better security. They offer emergency lockdown and unlock options via lock button, keyfob, or server. The locks can be added gradually to a wireless system or be installed in new or existing enterprise security systems with thousands of doors.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Napco%20ArchiTech%20Mobile%20Access%20Round.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Visitor App<p>​Orlando-based Veristream released its updated iVisitor mobile app with a new logo and an updated look. The iVisitor cloud-based visitor management service is used by businesses and multitenant buildings to accelerate visitor check-in and badging without sacrificing security. Employees and visitors can create site ac­cess requests from the mobile app from any place with an Internet connection. Facility and security managers can mon­i­tor visitors before they arrive. The redesigned app is fully scalable, integrates with HR and other office systems, and is designed to grow as needs change. The newly designed app offers enhanced screen readability, simplifies multiple user management, and is cost-effective.</p>
Campus Lock<p>​Alarm Lock of Amityville, New York, introduced the Trilogy T2 DL2700LD with LocDown, a standalone wireless, keyless, digital access lock that is suited for school and campus security. It includes a lockdown keyfob and a visual lockdown indicator bar on the inner door that confirms it is in lockdown mode. At the first sign of trouble, school staff can press the keyfob’s button to lock out unauthorized access. For multi-classroom users, up to 50 keyfobs can be supported on each lock, and each fob can control up to four locks. A lockdown override code will reactivate the pushbutton key­pad and enable authorized personnel to deactivate the lockout function.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Alarm%20Lock%20DL2700LD.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Access Control Apps<p>​Galaxy Control Systems of Walkersville, Maryland, released two new mobile apps for use with the System Galaxy access control software solution. The DoorPoint app allows authorized security personnel to manage a facility’s doors; users can remotely lock, unlock, and pulse doors, as well as view door status and activity report data from System Galaxy. In an emergency, the app allows security personnel to activate and reset crisis modes and to view current crisis mode status. PersonPoint allows authorized users to activate and deactivate cardholders remotely. Users can search for cardholders by name, department, and other data fields. DoorPoint and PersonPoint apps are available for download at Android and Apple stores.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0516%20Galaxy%20DoorPoint%20Screenshot.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Access Control<p>​The S2 MicroNode Plus from S2 Security of Framingham, Massachusetts, is a two-reader panel for the S2 NetBox series Web-based access control and event monitoring systems. New features include a Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) power option, storage for up to 150,000 cardholder credentials, and faster processing. The panel supports up to two portals, four relay outputs with wet/dry selection, four inputs with programmable levels of supervision, and one temperature input. It offers a 12 VDC auxiliary output for powering devices, such as a PIR request-to-exit input or an alarm sounder. The upgrade from legacy two-reader panels can be made without replacing readers, inputs, or lock outputs.&#160;</p>
Data Transport<p>​FreeWave Technologies of Boulder, Colorado, launched its first in a series of Sensor-2-Server solutions, the WavePro WP201 shorthaul and Wi-Fi hotspot platform. The unit delivers secure collection, control, and transport of voice, video, data, and sensor information. The cost-effective, high-speed, rugged communication platform is designed for outdoor locations and works reliably in extreme environmental conditions. It is especially useful in remote areas such as mining locations, power plants, disaster recovery situations, and in other industrial applications. The Sensor-2-Server access layer strategy delivers access layer platforms that allow IoT data and information to be analyzed, acted upon, and transmitted securely from anywhere in the industrial IoT network.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/FreeWave%20WP201.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />