Product Release Guidelines

You have several ways to have your company's products highlighted at no charge in the editorial sections of Security Products, a news magazine featuring coverage of new product and services in the integrated security field. Each issue of Security Products magazine features product releases and photos submitted by manufacturers and dealers. These product announcements are not paid advertising, but editorial selections intended to inform our readers - installers, dealers, locksmiths, consultants, and industrial, service, retail, institutional and government end-users - about new products introduced to the market. Because our goal is to be the foremost source of information in the security products market, your products are important to us.

Editorial Guidelines

  • Clear, concise press release with at least 200 words of solid information describing new or innovative products. There is no limit on the number of product releases you may submit. We reserve the right to edit them for content and clarity.

  • Include a sales contact name, the company name, address, and telephone number for readers who would like further information concerning the product.

  • A color image of the product. Preferred images include color photos, slides, transparencies or electronic images. Electronic image files must have 300 dpi resolution and be at least three inches wide. Pre-printed photos, as in brochure, may be an acceptable substitute. Please limit the photos to the product described in the press release. You may send more than one photo of the product.

  • An editorial contact name and telephone number in case we need additional information.

Special Opportunities

The editors will select innovative products to feature in detail for special editorial sections. Exhibitors Showcase will feature in detail exhibitors for certain upcoming trade shows. In Print will highlight brochures, catalogs, books and other industry publications. Problem-Solvers will focus on providing solutions for a specific security problem.


To be considered for a specific issue, product information must be received no later than eight weeks before the closing date of that issue.


Text and images may be mailed to the attention of New Products Editor, Security Products, 14901 Quorum Dr. Suite 425, Dallas, TX 75254. Submissions may also be e-mailed to

New Products

  • ComNet CNGE6FX2TX4PoE

    The ComNet cost-efficient CNGE6FX2TX4PoE is a six-port switch that offers four Gbps TX ports that support the IEEE802.3at standard and provide up to 30 watts of PoE to PDs. It also has a dedicated FX/TX combination port as well as a single FX SFP to act as an additional port or an uplink port, giving the user additional options in managing network traffic. The CNGE6FX2TX4PoE is designed for use in unconditioned environments and typically used in perimeter surveillance. 3

  • Mobile Safe Shield

    Mobile Safe Shield

    SafeWood Designs, Inc., a manufacturer of patented bullet resistant products, is excited to announce the launch of the Mobile Safe Shield. The Mobile Safe Shield is a moveable bullet resistant shield that provides protection in the event of an assailant and supplies cover in the event of an active shooter. With a heavy-duty steel frame, quality castor wheels, and bullet resistant core, the Mobile Safe Shield is a perfect addition to any guard station, security desks, courthouses, police stations, schools, office spaces and more. The Mobile Safe Shield is incredibly customizable. Bullet resistant materials are available in UL 752 Levels 1 through 8 and include glass, white board, tack board, veneer, and plastic laminate. Flexibility in bullet resistant materials allows for the Mobile Safe Shield to blend more with current interior d├ęcor for a seamless design aesthetic. Optional custom paint colors are also available for the steel frame. 3

  • FEP GameChanger

    FEP GameChanger

    Paige Datacom Solutions Introduces Important and Innovative Cabling Products GameChanger Cable, a proven and patented solution that significantly exceeds the reach of traditional category cable will now have a FEP/FEP construction. 3