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Expiring Picture IDs<div class="body"> <p>Visitor Pass Solutions by <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">Data Management, Inc.</span></strong>, of Farmington, Connecticut, has introduced an expiring direct thermal badge with plenty of room to print visitor information and even an identification photo. The badges change color over time, alerting personnel that the badge is no longer va­lid. The 4-inch Direct Thermal FULL-Expiring Visitor Pass has more room for pictures and information, and there’s no need to update software templates, because the product is designed for the most common label size. </p> </div>
Fire Products Online<div class="body"> <p> <strong> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">SimplexGrinnell</span> </strong> of Westminster, Massachusetts, has launched a new Web store at <a href="http&#58;//"></a>. The enhanced site now supports online transactions of a select set of products across the company’s master time, fire alarm, fire suppression, integrated security, and healthcare communications product offerings. Customers can view and buy certain fire detection notification appliances; suppression products such as fire extinguishers, emergency lights, and first aid kits; card readers; badge printers and accessories; time solutions; and nurse call products, including pillow speak­ers, call cords, and accessories. </p> </div>
Radiation Detector<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="123" /> </div> <p>The RadSeeker is a new hand-held radiation detector from <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">Smiths Detection</span></strong> of Danbury, Con­nect­icut. The compact unit can identify radiological and nuclear threats for applications including search operations, border vehicle screening, and cargo security. The device offers greater speed and accuracy in detecting and identifying threat materials, including masked and shielded special nuclear materials. It is designed to withstand impact as well as extreme temperatures and weather conditions. It meets the requirements of the ANSI N42.34 (2006) performance standard and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, and it has passed extensive government and laboratory testing. </p> </div>