NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc.
The Alarm Lock Division of Napco Security Technologies, Inc. introduced a new, easily deployed, keyless school security measure for controlling access to classrooms, or any doors, in an emergency, with its ArchiTech Wireless Access Locks with remote key fob-activated lockdown, securing one lock or a global lock group, in seconds, at the first hint of trouble. Once lockdown is activated, a bright red strobe light is illuminated on the inner door to give occupants, i.e., sheltering in place, greater peace of mind that the door is securely locked down. Retrofit any standard door lock, with the ArchiTech cylindrical locks that provide keyless access for up to 5000 users, plus 500 auto lock/ unlock event schedule.
Matrix unveiled its indigenously designed COSEC Facial Recognition. Matrix COSEC Face Recognition is based on innovative, deep learning technology, which evolves as per regular user interaction in different conditions. It identifies a user quickly and accurately with 1:1 or 1:N identification method. The technology checks liveness of a face with 99.53 percent accuracy. It accepts the user’s mobile as a credential, which eliminates hardware cost and makes the verification process simple and secure. With contactless authentication, Matrix COSEC Facial Recognition technology reads the user’s face through COSEC APTA application. It ensures contactless authentication and identifies a user’s face in less than one second.
Camden Door Controls
Camden Door Controls announced the release of another new strike, the CX-ED1259L Grade1 RIM strike for Pullman latches. Offering superior strike quality and performance, the CX-ED1259L 1/2" thick slim line surface mount strike is UL 1034 burglary listed. It delivers unparalleled application flexibility, with field selectable voltage, fail safe/fail secure operation and mechanical adjustment of the strike body.
Delta Turnstile Controls
Delta Turnstiles is pleased to introduce its new Designer Series of turnstiles. The first model in the series, the Infinity, will debut at ASIS. The Designer Series turnstiles offer the same functionality and high level of security synonymous with all other standard Delta models, but, as the name would suggest, are very design-oriented. Their circular shape make them especially distinctive, and add an aesthetic dimension to any space. The Infinity model utilizes bi-directional optical technology and features the additional deterrence of swinging glass/acrylic barriers. Designed with a seamless unibody construction and made of cold rolled steel, it's available in a variety of colors, multi-colors or a chrome finish. The Infinity is truly unique in its artistic design, and Delta proudly creates and builds all of its turnstiles in-house at its Concord, CA manufacturing facility. The Infinity is ideally suited to all access applications, including the Corporate, Government, Education, and Hospitality sectors.
Data Management Inc.
Visitor Pass Solutions badges that expire now run on Brother QL-series label printers, including wireless. Time-expiring badges prevent visitors from re-using their I.D.’s. Engineered to change color overnight, the badges show a bright “VOID” image that tells staff the wearer does not have permission to be in their facility. Once activated at sign-in, the badge starts turning color within six hours, completing the change the next day.
Bosch Security Systems
The new LECTUS secure 1000 reader introduces a smaller form factor – mini-mullion – which has already been deployed successfully in the LECTUS secure Wiegand series. Not only is this more compact version convenient to use, it comes at an attractive price point that facilitates adoption. For integrators and end users, the new LECTUS secure 1000 brings greater flexibility and enables a wider choice of form factors.
IDSecurityOnline announced that it has entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with ScreenCheck and will be the only US Distributor allowed to carry their new line of durable ID card printers including the SC2500 an entry-level ID card printer. The SC2500 is used for single-feed on-demand printing for organizations that require a compact, portable, budget-friendly solution.
ComNet is introducing two systems; the CNA100 line, a 2 to 8 door solution for smaller applications and the CNA200 for up to 32 doors for bigger applications. This convenience allows users the flexibility to manage a system from any location with internet access. Both products support standard Wiegand devices, Schlage AD Series electronic locks, and various card formats.
Overhead Door has launched a fully-integrated standard duty commercial RSX Egress Operator for use with Model 670/671 security grilles requiring emergency egress operations. The operator offers smart electronics and innovative hardware, including an accessory board for remote egress opening from an alarm panel, a drive release mechanism to allow non-motor operated openings and a governor to control door speed during ascent from an egress activation.
Camden Door Controls
The CM-AF500 Series single gang illuminated annunciators are designed to provide critical messages to building occupants. The newly released versions from Camden Door Controls offer superior visibility with much brighter, clearer, easy to read text. The annunciators are distinctive from others in that their “white out” text and graphics are completely invisible unless the LED indication is energized. When illuminated, the text and graphics are highly visible, even in the daytime in very bright sunlight. The illuminated annunciators are weatherproof and vandal resistant, with an almost limitless choice of custom text and graphics, including bilingual versions. CM-AF500 series models also feature an adjustable volume control, which can be especially beneficial when the annunciator is used in small or confined spaces, such as restrooms. Rather than employing a sounder similar to that for fire alarm notification, it simply confirms that the emergency push button is activated.