From Recognition Systems, new security enclosures mean users can freely use the biometrics devices in practically any type of inclement weather or facility environment. With a new line of three security enclosures, facility managers can confidently employ biometrics in temperatures as low as -45F (-43C), heavy rains, dust or other stressful environments. One example: Blizzard enclosure is constructed of heavy gauge, zinc-coated steel and features a weather-sealed keypad, low-temperature display and heated interior. The Blizzard will provide biometric-based access control in temperatures from -35F to +120F (-37C to +49C).