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PPM 2000 Inc. revises incident management software

PPM 2000 Inc. updated incident management software version 7.0 of IRIMS offers analysis expert and report customization.. Upgrades to the software have been made so organizations can customize the look, feel and content of reports. When users are searching for data within the system, they can search on any field in the database.

For more information, call PPM 2000 Inc. at 888-776-9776 or visit www.ppm2000.com.

EyeOnEntry’s Entry Management Suit

EyeOnEntry's Entry Management Suit offers entry managem ent solutions for facility and security management professionals. The system offers a plain paper color badge printing technology compatible with visitor management applications.

For more information, call 781-433-9955 or visit www.eyeonentry.com.

S2 Security’s Netbox product hits version 1.2

S2 Security Corp. has upgraded the monitoring desktop and enhanced the graphical floor plans for version 1.2 of the S2 Netbox, a network appliance that combines access control, video surveillance, intercom, alarm monitoring and temperature monitoring in one system.With the monitoring desktop, users have access to all monitoring functions of the product through a single screen.

For more information, contact S2 Security Corp. at 781-237-0800 or visit www.s2securitycorp.com.

Secura Key releases two-door access system in a box

The e*ACCESS1 packages from Secura Key are two-door access control systems in a box. It features e*Tag proximity readers and can provide access control features and highly secure DES-encrypted cards. The systems enables installers to network up to 200 doors and enroll up to 65,000 cardholders.

For more information, call Secura Key at 800-891-0020 or visit www.securakey.com.

DMP introduces Glass Pad

The Glass Pad from DMP is designed for use in residential and commercial keypads. The keypad screen is transparent while in its dormant state. The Glass Pad is compatible with all DMP panels.

For more information, call DMP at 800-641-4282 or visit www.dmp.com.

Panasonic's Iris Recognition Reader

Panasonic Security Systems' BM-ET330 Iris Recognition Reader features a double speed processor, and an RS485 interface. Additional language is available on the reader that supports audio prompts and a built-in real-time clock for time and attendance applications.

For more information, call Panasonic at 866-726-2288 or visit www.panasonic.com/cctv.

Honeywell Power Products adds Access Control Power

Access Control Power from Honeywell Power Products features circuit-breaker protection, LED diagnostic indicators, regulated output and automatic switchover to standby battery upon AC failure. The power supply is UL-listed for access control and fire applications.

For more information, call Honeywell Power Products at 203-484-7161 or visit www.honeywellpower.com.

STOPware's PassagePoint software

STOPware PassagePoint Enterprise v4.5 software is designed for visitor management control. PassagePoint v4.5 includes a system notification feature called SecureView to provide security personnel with system status and security alerts. It incorporates a badge design wizard to generate custom badges with the ability to add 2D barcodes.

For more information, call STOPware at 408-367-0220 or visit www.stopware.com.

GE's Topaz now integrates access and video

Topaz from GE leverages a browser-style interface with full color maps and interactive icons to provide integrated access control with video surveillance, alarm monitoring and photo ID badging for systems up to 128 readers.

The software system is packaged in two and four door starter and expansion kits to accommodate field applications.

For more information, call GE Security at 800-343-3358 or visit www.gesecurity.com.

MDI Security Systems unveils nTEGRITY access control readers

nTEGRITY from MDI Security Systems is designed to integrate with the company’s line of security management software solutions and industry access control systems. The readers can read multiple card technologies including, HID, MiFare and other card formats at both 125 KHz and 13.56 MHz. The access control system enables users to enroll directly at the reader. Users can enter security settings and commands using the readers LCD display panel.

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