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<p>Playback is a new upgrade to the MobileCamViewer mobile surveillance application from
<span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>mobiDEOS Inc.</strong></span> of Milpitas, California. It gives customers access to video from the previous hour, week, month, or earlier. Access is immediate after connecting with a Dedicated Micros DVR or other leading video recorder or server. Easy-to-use tools facilitate the search for past events, or users can enter a specific date and time to access content.
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<p>Simon XTi is an intuitive self-contained system that provides life safety and comfort management. New from
<span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>Interlogix</strong></span> of Bradenton, Florida, the system now provides visual verification of alarms. Easy to install and operate, the system offers 40 zones of life safety protection and connects with Z-Wave devices. The icon-driven interface and two-way talking touch screen simplify system navigation and viewing of status notifications. Users can also view pictures captured by the new Interlogix Image Sensor (powered by Alarm.com) and control lights, thermostats, and other devices. The image sensor combines a passive infrared motion sensor, an integrated still camera, wireless communication, and Alarm.com Interactive Services.
|High Definition Cameras||<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_IQinVision%20copy.gif" width="144" height="144" /></div><p><span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>IQinVision</strong></span>of San Juan Capistrano, California, has introduced IQeye 7 Series H.264 indoor cameras. Compliant with both ONVIF and PSIA standards, the cameras provide multiple, individually configured H.264 and M-JPEG streams simultaneously. The One-Touch Focus feature allows fine focus adjustment from a remote computer. Cameras support power over Ethernet and AC and DC power input. A moveable infrared filter enables day and night functionality, and two-way audio allows for interactive communication. Cameras also offer a memory expansion port to allow motion-based recording or remote monitoring, and they are designed for easy installation.
|Network Cameras||<p><strong><span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);">Panasonic Corporation</span></strong> of North America of Secaucus, New Jersey, has introduced new i-PRO Full HD cameras that offer full 1080p video with Mega Super Dynamic picture quality, dual streaming, and features such as face detection, and sequential cropping. The enhanced UniPhier LSI Processor offers variable image quality on specified areas and lens distortion compensation. Among the new models are the vandal-resistant dome, WV-SW559; the WV-SW558 with day-night electrical function and black-and-white light sensitivity of 0.3 lux; and the WV-SP509 and WV-SP508 box cameras.
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<p>The BACS ID Station kiosk from
<span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>LEID Products</strong></span> of Auburn Hills, Michigan, serves as the control point for access to assets stored in electronic storage units. The asset management system is designed for law enforcement and military facilities to provide secure storage and tracking of sensitive items such as weapons, controlled medications, and evidence. The kiosk houses a fingerprint reader for access verification, RFID or barcode reader for asset verification, and an optional card reader for additional security. Enhancements to the newest version include all-steel, tamperproof construction; a larger kiosk screen; and wheels for easy relocation.
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<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. The company also makes a 3-meter-high Waterwall that can protect the exterior of a building from the effects of a car bomb or other explosive.
|IP Transmission||<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Altronix%20copy.gif" width="144" height="35" /></div><p>New eBridge Ethernet Adapters from
<strong><span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"> Altronix</span></strong> of Brooklyn, New York, offer infrastructure sustainability and extended transmission distances. The cost-effective solution transmits IP video and data over coaxial cable more than 2,000 feet without repeaters, making it possible to use legacy coaxial infrastructure for IP surveillance and access control devices without installing new cable. Each paired set of eBridge1CT Ethernet transceiver and eBridge1CR Ethernet receiver enables fast digital communication. The plug-and-play eBridge1CRT receiver and transceiver kit accommodates multiple IP cameras and devices over a single cable or one IP camera with composite video and data simultaneously. The eBridge16CR 1U rack-mount Ethernet receiver accommodates 16 channels.
|Key Management||<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Assa%20Abloy_CLIQ%20Remote%20Key%20copy.gif" width="144" height="78" /></div><p>The NQ431 WallPD and NQ422 MobilePD are the latest additions to the ABLOY PROTEC CLIQ system, a complete, patented range of electromechanical cylinder locks, cabinet locks, padlocks, and keys. Made by
<span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>ASSA ABLOY </strong></span>of Irving, Texas, the two new devices enable the electronic keys to be programmed remotely. The NQ421 WallPD mounts on a wall and connects to a central server via LAN, while the NQ422 MobilePD is a hand-held programming unit that communicates with Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones. Both models can download information received from the central administrative server to the keys. Each key contains a chip that interacts with the encrypted electronic code in the lock’s chip.
|Magnetic Lock||<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_SDC%20copy.gif" width="144" height="89" /></div><p><span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>Security Door Controls</strong></span> of Camarillo, California, has introduced the new failsafe 350 Narrow Line EMLock. An electromagnetic lock with 1,200 pounds of holding force and an unobtrusive design, its standard features include magnetic bond and door status, as well as an interlocking quick-mount bracket for hands-free installation using self-drilling/tapping mounting screws. The compact lock projects only 21⁄8 inches into the opening, and the armature housing eliminates noise, and sagging. The lock is directly equivalent to and retrofits the discontinued Locknetics magforce 350+ with identical mounting template, physical dimensions, appearance and features. <br> </p>|
|Secure Deadbolt||<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Medeco%20copy.gif" width="144" height="108" /></div><p><span style="COLOR:rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>Medeco Security Locks</strong></span> of Salem, Virginia, has launched the 14 Series Deadbolt, an ANSI Grade 2 commercial deadbolt that provides a choice of cylinder options. It can be fitted with a BiLevel, Medeco3, or Logic cylinder for varying levels of security. Smart Deadbolt Solutions feature solid brass cylinders to extend cylinder life. Each deadbolt also features patented key control to prevent unauthorized key duplication. Smart Deadbolts are also available with eCylinder technologies for auditable key use and access rights scheduling.