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Dome Cameras<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_IndigoVision%20copy.gif" width="144" height="122" /></div><p><strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">IndigoVision</span></strong> of Edison, New Jersey, has added IP fixed domes to its 11000 range of high-definition cameras. The cameras provide exceptional image quality in any light and boast full duplex, synchronized audio. They are designed to be used with SMS4, the company’s security management solution. The domes are available in indoor, vandal-resistant, and environmental vandal-resistant models. They offer wide dynamic range performance for operation in mi­nimal light and H.264 compression technology for bandwidth savings. IndigoVision guarantees that the cameras will never drop a frame, so no evidence will be missed. Cameras operate day and night using an automatic mechanical infrared filter. </p>
Network Dome<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Toshiba%20copy.gif" width="144" height="134" /></div><p>The IK-WR14A two-megapixel IP network dome camera from <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">Toshiba</span></strong>of Irvine, California, incorporates remote optical zoom, one-touch remote focus, and power over Ethernet cable management. Those features make installation easy for a single technician. Single reflection LED technology provides edge-to-edge lighting for night vision, and day/night infrared filters provide a sharp black-and-white image in near-complete darkness. Enclosed in an IP66 outdoor metal housing, the dome features an electronic tamper-detection system that senses when a lens has been blocked, painted, or redirected, and sends an emergency notification. The camera also offers two-way audio and H.264 compression. </p>
CYBER FORENSICS<p><strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">BlueRISC</span></strong> of Amherst, Massachusetts, has introduced the CaptureGUARD ExpressCard memory acquisition hardware, which is part of its WindowsSCOPE memory forensics and cybersecurity analysis product family. The device allows forensic analysts and first responders to capture a complete picture of everything on a target computer. It can defeat anti-forensics by having direct hardware access to DRAM memory. It cannot be altered by malware already present in a system or compromised in other ways. Memory dumps are created in industry-standard formats. </p>
Cold Weather Cameras<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Speco%20copy.gif" width="144" height="113" /></div><p>Gläcier Series cameras from <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> Speco Technologies</span></strong> of Amityville, New York, can withstand temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit using built-in heaters, making them ideal for harsh outdoor use as well as for monitoring walk-in freezers and other cold indoor areas. Cameras are equipped with DC automatic iris varifocal lenses, alarm output for motion detection, automatic thermostatic sensor, and external controls for zoom and focus. They also feature full on-screen display operation, dual voltage operation, true day/night capability, and simple installation. </p>
Day Night Cameras<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Axis%20Communications%20copy.gif" width="144" height="111" /></div><p><strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">Axis Communications</span></strong> of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, offers two new IP cameras with built-in infrared LED illumination and mechanical infrared-cut filters for day and night surveillance. The two indoor, fixed cameras offer H.264 video compression and options for full-frame-rate HDTV quality. The cameras are easily installed and have two adjustable levers for adjusting focus and field of view. The high-efficiency infrared LED lights are situated behind the lens to dissipate heat and increase useful life. The AXIS M1143-L offers SVGA resolution, and the AXIS M1144-L offers HDTV resolution. </p>
Door Hardware<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Assa%20Abloy_Corbin%20Russwin%20copy.gif" width="144" height="192" /></div><p><strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">Corbin Russwin</span></strong> of Berlin, Connecticut, has introduced a new push-pull door hardware solution for use in healthcare and school environments. The Corbin Russwin ML2000 mortise lock combines with a pad­dle-shaped trim that is highly visible and easy to activate us­ing hips or elbows. The Grade 1 mortise lock is made of heavy-gauge steel, and the lock body features the pat­ented Quick Reversi­ble latchbolt and 1-inch stainless steel deadbolt. The trim is available in a variety of finishes, including stainless steel, and features a Mi­cro­Shield antimicrobial finish option. The solution is ADA-compliant. </p>
Emergency Tower<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="217" /> </div> <p>The new emergency phone tower from <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">Talk-A-Phone Company</span></strong> of Niles, Illinois, accommodates two video surveillance cameras on a T-shaped camera arm. Using two cameras on the same tower wid­ens the operator’s view of the area, and us­ers can choose two types of cameras for different needs, for example, one 360-degree camera and one pan-tilt-zoom unit. Both cameras can communicate with the company’s analog or VoIP emergency phone via the phone’s auxiliary contacts, and a pan-tilt-zoom camera can be moved to a preset location when an emergency call is placed or assistance is summoned. </p> </div>
Keyless Lock<div class="thumbnail"><img title="" alt="" src="/migration/PublishingImages/0612%20Mktplace_Salto%20Keyles%20Keypad%20copy.gif" width="144" height="142" /></div><p>The new SALTO keyless entry key­pad is the latest addition to the SALTO standalone range of RFID locks. Designed and developed by Atlanta-based <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);">SALTO Systems</span></strong> for use on doors where normal escutcheons cannot be fitted or are not permitted, the XS4 electronic lock with keypad offers a choice of various forms of authentication. Users can employ a credential plus PIN, keypad code only, or credential only. All versions are compatible with the SALTO Virtual Network and avai­l­able in a wireless version for online control. </p>
Mobile Management<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="122" /> </div> <p>Harmony is a new Web server application that enables security personnel to remotely manage the Symmetry Security Management System from <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>AMAG Technology</strong></span> of Torrance, California. The application is an ASP.NET Web service that supports monitoring and control from any device equipped with a Web browser, including laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Users can verify and manage cards, clear alarms, view activity and live video, and control hardware. No configuration is needed; users simply log in with their Symmetry username and password. </p> </div>
PORTABLE DETECTOR<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="120" /> </div> <p>The GUARDION from <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>Smiths Detection</strong></span> of Danbury, Connecticut, is a next-generation chemical threat detector that combines high-speed, high-resolution gas chromatography (GC) and a toroidal ion trap mass spectrometer (MS) in a port­a­ble device. The unit can confirm the presence and identity of chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals in gases, vapors, liquids, and solids. Smiths partnered with <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"><strong>Torion Technologies</strong></span> of American Fork, Utah, to miniaturize, rugged­ize, and optimize the technology and software so that the device is easy to use. Lighter than comparable systems, it is the size of a small carry-on suitcase and has a start-up time of about five minutes. It can analyze up to 30 samples on a single battery charge. </p> </div>