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ASSA ABLOY’s v.S2 lockset

The Profile Series v.S2 incorporates wireless technology, allowing this standalone lockset to connect with a network access control system. The new SARGENT lockset offers centralized monitoring and control of facility locks, all while reducing installation time. Utilizing the 802.11 Wi-Fi technology, the product eliminates the need to hardwire every opening. While most wireless access control devices can take up to eight hours, installation for the v.S2 takes about an hour. Each lock accommodates 2000 users and features a 10,000 event audit trail.

Kaba Access Control’s E-Plex 5900

Kaba’s E-Plex 5900Saves Costs and Simplifies Implementation of an Access Control NetworkKaba Access Control announces the addition of the E-Plex 5900 Card-Connected Electronic Lock to its E-Plex brand of electronic access control. The E-Plex 5900 is a battery-operated, stand-alone electronic locking system with Card-Connected technology. The E-Plex 5900 comes with a three-year warranty. It is part of the E-Plex brand of electronic access control locks that offer. “A Solution for Every Door ... And Every Budget.”

Marks USA’s i-Qwik Electronic Access Control

Marks USA announces a price break-thru in stand-alone access control. The New i-Qwik is an all-weather, heavy duty, grade 2 lockset with a 160 user capability and a black powder coat crinkle finish with 26D American Levers.It is keypad programmable and has functions for manual passage mode, double code entry and PIN only function. The i-Qwik is ADA compliant, UL listed and carries the Marks Lifetime Mechanical Warranty and a 2 Year Electronic Warranty.

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ASIS Booth No. 1944

Milestone Systems’ XProtect Analytics

License Plate Recognition is typically used to control vehicle access, such as gate barriers, parking spaces, toll gates, and traffic enforcement environments. The business value of License Plate Recognition ranges from protecting assets and saving cost to increasing customer experiences and generating additional revenue streams. Detect, read and store license plates. License plate information is detected and read from a digital video stream. This information is stored in a database coupled with the video footage.

Software House’s iSTAR Pro Rack Mount

Software House’s iSTAR Pro Rack Mount is the first standalone, rack-mountable access controller that houses all the necessary components to control up to 16 doors. This device uniquely manages power and wiring for access control systems by combining 24V/1A power per lock, separately fused and isolated lock outputs, and fire interlocks all within the enclosure. iSTAR Pro Rack Mount helps reduce the space requirements and costs associated with installing a panel on the wall.

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ASIS Booth No. 3911

VIDEX’s CyberLock for Narcotics Storage Cabinets

Videx unveils a powerful and easy-to-manage access control solution for cabinets storing narcotics. For fire departments and emergency service organizations that are experiencing problems securing their narcotics, CyberLock is the answer. With CyberLock, existing cabinet locks can be quickly converted to a full-functioning electronic access control system. This is done simply by replacing the mechanical cylinder inside the cabinet lock with a CyberLock electronic cylinder. No wiring is required for installation.

Cisco’s Physical Access Control

The Cisco Physical Access Control solution is scalable and flexible, able to manage from one to several thousand doors. Customers can combine modules to customize solutions, and to manage the entire system remotely. The Cisco Physical Access Gateway is the primary module to connect door hardware, such as locks and readers, to the network. The Cisco Physical Access Manager is an application used to configure hardware, monitor activity, enroll users, and integrate with IT applications.

Brivo Systems’ Brivo XML API

Brivo’s XML API provides a single point of integration so that diverse systems can “understand” one another, enabling access control, device management, and other systems to “listen” and respond to data like weather conditions and public service announcements, and integrating corporate data sources such as HR or marketing systems for unprecedented efficiency. XML technology helps create new revenue streams, simplify processes, and greatly increase productivity‚ all by maximizing access control systems already in place.

Corbin Russwin’s Access 800 NE1

Facilities can expand their networked access control system with CORBIN RUSSWIN’s Access 800 NE1, a Wiegand-compatible Grade 1 lock with proximity reader. With the Access 800 NE1, mechanical door hardware‚ mortise locks, cylindrical locks and exit devices‚ can be added into an access control platform without additional software. The lockset allows complete door status monitoring including deadbolt monitor, latchbolt monitor and RX output. Access profiles can be changed from a PC connected to the system.

Sielox’s 1500 Controller X-LAN Ethernet

Sielox introduces 1500 Controller Series Sielox Access Control has introduced its newest Controller. The 1500 Series manages from two to 16 doors in a large (AC-1500L) configuration, or two to four doors with a small configuration (AC-1500S). When used in conjunction with the Sielox X-LAN, up to 32 doors can be managed with a single-Ethernet connection. This new Controller is 32 bit offered with a power supply/UPS module in case of power failure. It can communicate directly to a Pinnacle hardware server via Ethernet or RS-485. New X-LAN Ethernet

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