Unlike other standard reader products, the 82 series from RF Ideas does not use key stroking to send the card’s data. Instead, it uses a callable DLL for non-key stroking so that you can integrate reader functions into existing software programs.
Hemispheric lenses provide a broader view of the world than is possible with other lenses. When mounted on the ceiling, the Mobotix Q24M Hemispheric camera can provide a complete 360-degree all-around view or when mounted on the wall, provides a 180-degree panorama, which delivers a widescreen, high-resolution 180-degree view.
Ideal for community shelters and safe rooms, corporate campuses, schools, healthcare facilities and government facilities, this door latching system secures a door to the frame and can withstand extreme winds and flying debris.
Cameras in the OnSIP™ IP camera series from Speco Technologies allows you to see color in close to dark situations. Technology in the cameras allow you to amplify existing light such as the moon, stars, vending machine light, exit signs and more in order to view dark scenarios.
Norton’s 5900 Series X-in Power Operator offers an intelligent, cost-effective option for power door control. X-in calibrates door weight, latch and sweep speeds and positioning based on A.D.A. and ANSI Standards.
Harsh outdoor environments can make video surveillance a challenge. Panasonic’s i-PRO SmartHD WV-SW395 dome camera is IP66 rated for water and dust resistance and is also equipped with a dehumidification device.
The C•CURE 9000 SiteServer from Software House is a compact, network device that provides a full-featured, low-cost access control solution for small applications, such as K-12 schools, satellite offices and retail stores.
Talk-A-Phone's ETP Series Emergency Phone Wall Mount is designed for train platforms and features an emergency trip button, which can cut power to the tracks in an emergency and halt an oncoming train.
Perfect for hospitals where personnel are often wearing surgical gloves – Lumidigm biometric products are for facilities that spend $100 to $200 per employee per year supporting password-based systems and even more for token- or card-based systems while securing patient information.