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Keypad Reader<p>​The mullion keypad reader from Farpointe Data of Sunnyvale, California, supports popular proximity card and tag technologies with an integrated keypad for two-factor verification. It features an 8-inch read range. The unit features tamperproof and weather- resistant epoxy potting to prevent problems with dust, mist, and water, and it works in temperatures from –40 to +149 degrees Fahrenheit. The blue backlit keys are easy to read in dark environments. The reader mounts directly to a standard wall switch box or any flat surface.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0316%20Marketplace%20Farpointe%20Keypad%20.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Mini Domes<p>​Tyco Security Products of Westford, Massachusetts, introduced Illustra Pro 2-megapixel mini dome cameras with new UltraVision low-light technol­ogy to capture high-quality color video in lighting conditions well below 1 lux. The two-megapixel domes offer advanced on-board analytics, including motion de­tection, face detection, blur detection, and tampering. Users can program up to five individual regions of interest to maximize the detail clarity in those areas while minimizing bandwidth usage. Available in vandal-resistant indoor and outdoor models, the cameras operate in temperatures as low as –30 degrees Celsius using standard power over Ether­net. Outdoor models are IP66 rated to protect against water and dust.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Tyco%20Illlustra%20Mini%20Dome.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Security Pushbuttons<p>​APEM, Inc., of Vista, California, launched three new models in its AV series of switches. The vandal-resistant pushbutton switches are tested and qualified for impact resistance and sealing. The stainless steel switches withstand rain, frost, ultraviolet light, and vandalism, while offering a modern design. The switches are approved to EN 61058-1 (NF/CE standard) and can switch 250 volts of alternating current. Other requirements include minimal distance between contacts and housing, adapted case length to ensure correct creepage distance, and flame-retardant material with high insulating power.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0316%20Marketplace%20APEM%20AV250_2.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Insider Threat Detection<p>​Armorway of Venice, California, developed a security solution to address damaging activities within an organization. The Trust solution is designed on the company’s AI technology platform to reduce the time organizations spend investigating and responding to active incidents. It uses cognitive analytics (behavioral, predictive, and competitive) to anticipate the adaptive behavior of adversaries. Risk assessment analysis on individuals—including who they are, what they have access to, and past behavior—identifies high-risk employees and contractors. The solution models and builds recommendations specific to the organization using dynamic data analysis and predictive modeling.&#160;</p>
Crowd Source App<p>​Punch Technologies of Charlotte, North Carolina, introduced PAL, a mobile app to help users crowd-source safety. It turns any Android or iOS device into a mobile emergency solution. Users report emergencies or suspicious situations to preselected responders with text notes, images, video, and audio. Responders can consolidate this information and redistribute warnings and announcements to the entire community in one mass notification. The PAL has a red and a blue button. The red button allows users to give or receive help from other PAL users in the area. The blue button lets users post and view safety tips for the area. PAL is initially available on an invitation-only basis for iOS.&#160;</p>
Security Platform<p>​Montreal-based Genetec released a new edition of its Security Center platform, which is code-named Mission Control. The new version enables users to proactively plan for and respond to threats and incidents with a variety of advanced decision support capabilities, including incident management, standard operating procedures, embedded operator response workflows, and auditing of responses. To mitigate the risk of cyberthreats, users can implement digital certificates to establish trust. It uses the latest encryption standards, including TLS, AES-128, and RSA, for secure communications among client and server applications. It can also encrypt video data at rest and in transit.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0316%20Marketplace%20Genetec.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Security Management<p>​A new version of the EntraPass security management platform was released by Tyco Security Products of Westford, Massachusetts. New enhancements in EntraPass 6.05 include Microsoft Active Directory integration and video enhancements to the mobile and Web interfaces. The integration with Active Directory eliminates the need for manual creation and synchronization of operators in the database and enables single sign on via Windows credentials. New pan-tilt-zoom functionality in the Web client allows users to perform joy­stick controls on the screen. Both Android and iOS users can view video for predetermined and custom time limits, as well as for specific events using the app</p>
Explosion-Proof Lamp<p>​The EPL-120X24V-C1D1-100-EPP explosion-proof drop light from Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, is suitable for close work and inspection activities in hazardous locations. It features 100 feet of SOOW explosion-proof cord with an inline transformer that steps down 120 VAC to 24 VDC for powering the lamp. The drop light housing is constructed of aluminum with a rub­ber bumper guard and a swivel hook for hanging and hands-free operation. The lamp is class 1, division 1 approved when equipped with a 100-watt incandescent bulb. A 10-foot cable runs from the transformer to optional explosion-proof cord cap for connection to power.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0316%20Marketplace%20Larson%20Droplight%20Explosion%20proof%20106189.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Equipment Rack<p>​Video Mount Products of Stevensville, Maryland, introduced the EREN-42E1K 19-inch Equipment Rack Enclosure. Designed to use with a variety of security, audio, video, and communication components, the rack offers more depth (33 inches) and weight capacity (1,300 pounds) than the company’s EREN-42E unit. It accommodates all standard 19-inch rack equipment and accessories. It features a tempered glass front door and a double-swing rear door. Front and rear rails are adjusta­ble and threaded with standard 10-32 threading. The top and bottom are vented, and the unit has casters and leveling feet.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0316%20Marketplace%20Video%20Mount%20Products%20EREN-42E1K%20%20Equipment%20Rack%20Enclosure.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Portable Antenna<p>​Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, added a rolling antenna cart to its catalog of products. The antenna cart is designed to be a portable miniature cell to extend cellular coverage in large venues, such as stadiums and outdoor fields. The WAL-ML-SAWC Mini Port­able Cell on Wheels offers flexible coverage options for customers. It can hold up to two antennas on the masthead and four amplifiers on the cart base. The unit can extend up to 13 feet high for wide coverage. When stowed, it folds to fit through most 7-foot doorways. Retractable outriggers add stability, while four off-road wheels provide portability.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0316%20Marketplace%20Larson%20mini%20portable%20cell%20on%20wheels.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />