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Remote Video<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/OnSSI.jpg" width="144" height="76" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>OnSSI</strong> </span> of Pearl River, New York, has introduced Ocularis Mobile, which uses OnSSI’s High Definition Interactive Streaming to deliver full-motion playback of up to 16 HD megapixel cameras at full resolution and at each camera’s original frame rate, up to 30 frames per second. The mobile solution also includes full control over each camera for playback and digital zooming. Users can remotely view live and recorded video from an iPad or iPhone to improve response times to incidents. </p> </div>
Analog Encoder<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>Vicon Industries Inc.</strong> </span> of Edgewood, New York, has introduced the VN-901T single-channel encoder. The encoder changes NTSC or PAL video from any analog camera into an ONVIF-compliant video stream that can be integrated into most IP video management systems, including ViconNet VMS. The device transmits H.264 high-profile, MPEG-4, and M-JPEG video compression formats with dual streaming. All camera features, including pan-tilt-zoom, are supported through the encoder. The device can use power over Ethernet or 12 VDC/24 VAC power. Two alarm inputs, one relay control output, a PTZ port, and a line-level microphone input are provided. </p> </div>
Blast Suppression<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/Cintec.jpg" width="144" height="109" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>CINTEC North America </strong> </span>of Baltimore, Maryland, offers the Waterwall System to protect people and infrastructure. The Suspicious Object Isolator sequesters potentially explosive devices that may be found in an airport or other public place. It is first inflated with air to provide stability, and then filled with water via a fire hose, displacing the air. Pressures behind the blast wave are substantially reduced, heat is absorbed, and fragmentation is decreased or eliminated. The compact design allows for easy storage and rapid deployment. Specific dimensions are tailored to suit customer requirements. </p> </div>
Camera Kits<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/Y3K.jpg" width="144" height="75" /> </div> <p>London-based <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>Y3K</strong></span> is offer­ing high-definition 960H camera and DVR kits at affordable prices. The 960H analog cameras produce images that offer 960 horizontal and 480 vertical pixels, for images that are larger than D1 and CIF resolutions. The cameras provide real-time recording at 30 frames per second and widescreen aspect ratio. They are backwards-compatible and can be installed over existing coax cabling. IQCCTV HD 960H 4-camera kits are available in bullet and dome camera configurations and include an HD960H DVR, 1 terabyte hard drive, remote control, USB mouse, four cameras, and other accessories. </p> </div>
Compact Radio<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/Kenwood.jpg" width="144" height="330" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>Kenwood USA </strong> </span>of Suwanee, Georgia, has introduced a tiny two-way radio that can be worn on a lanyard or tucked into a pocket. The ProTalk LT (PKT-23) is comparable in size to a credit card. It weighs less than four ounces and has 1.5 watts of transmission power. It has four channels and a built-in battery for up to 15 hours of operation. The radio has a standard micro USB port for charging and programming. It meets all military standards for durability, and features enhanced audio quality with a range of up to five miles and 17 floors of a high-rise building. </p> </div>
Door Controller<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/Kantech.jpg" width="144" height="222" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>Kantec</strong> </span> of Westford, Massachusetts, has introduced the ioPass SA-550 Stand Alone Door Controller for use in small security applications. Ideal for convenience stores, storage rooms or parking lots, the device brings the reader and controller together in an easy-to-use software-free solution. Designed as a self-contained, stand-alone unit, it offers an integrated 26-bit Wiegand ioProx proximity card reader that handles up to 1,000 users. For ease of installation, the unit is programmed directly from its keypad. It supports up to eight door configurations with flexible options such as door access schedules and unlock schedules. </p> </div>
Flashing Beacons<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/STAHL.jpg" width="144" height="99" /> </div> <p> <span style="FONT-SIZE&#58;small;"> <span style="FONT-FAMILY&#58;Arial;"> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong> <span style="LINE-HEIGHT&#58;107%;">R. STAHL</span> </strong> </span> <span style="LINE-HEIGHT&#58;107%;"> of Waldenburg, Germany, has introduced a new signaling solution that withstands extreme environmental conditions and a temperature range of –55 degrees to +70 degrees Celsius. FX15 beacons feature an enclosure made from cor­rosion-resistant, glass-reinforced polyester that is designed to provide IP66/IP67 protection. All fittings are of stainless steel. A robust stainless steel lens guard protects the flame-retardant polycarbonate lens. The light source is a xenon tube. Lenses are available in seven colors, and enclosures are available in four epoxy coating colors. Beacons flash once per second with a flash energy of five joules. Operating voltages range from 24 and 48 VDC to 115 and 230 VAC. </span> </span> </span> </p> </div>
Gunfire Detection<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>SST, Inc., </strong> </span>of Newark, California, has launched ShotSpotter SiteSecure, an indoor gunfire detection, location, and alert system that detects and locates gunfire and automatically alerts first responders within seconds. In active-shooter situations, 911 calls may take as long as two to three minutes after the first shots are fired to reach authorities. Knowing when and where shots have been fired can make a critical difference to officer and citizen safety. The solution can also function as an on-scene decision tool that can empower responsible parties to alert staff to initiate lockdown, automatically initiate mass notification systems, establish communications between staff and responders, and coordinate tactical response. </p> </div>
High Security Lock<div class="body"> <p>The 2740B Electromechanical Combi­na­­tion Lock from <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>Sargent and Greenleaf </strong></span>of Nicholasville, Kentucky, has been approved by the U.S. General Services Administration for government agencies as meeting the specifications for locking hardware for national security information. The lock features resistance to expert manipulation, built-in thermal protection, simplified installation, change key for easy combination changing, in­ternal batteries, and a stainless steel lock bolt that resists 600 pounds of force. The lock case uses the company’s Magic Mod­ule footprint and 0.461-inch bolt throw for ease of retrofit on existing containers. </p> </div>
Incident Management<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>PPM 2000 </strong> </span>of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has announced that its Perspective incident management software now integrates with the OnGuard access control system from Lenel Systems International of Rochester, New York. When an actionable alarm occurs, Perspective automatically picks it up and starts a call, bringing in all the critical data and presenting it in the dispatch interface. OnGuard events that don’t require a dispatch—but still need to be documented—can be transferred straight into Perspective, where they are logged as new activity records that can, if necessary, be escalated to incident status. </p> </div>