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SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

Lexington, Mass.-based Kantech's Telephone Entry System is an integrated telephone entry intercom and access control panel is designed for applications including multi-tenant apartment buildings and commercial offices. For small sites, the system comes complete with a simplified version of the EntraPass software for system configuration and firmware upgrades, as well as live transaction monitoring, tenant list modification, and system back up. SSI Staff · December 22, 2009

Phihong of Fremont, Calif., releases an updated version of its Power over Ethernet (PoE) management software. Featuring a redesigned graphical user interface, the software provides users with enhanced local and remote access capabilities, including the ability to monitor and reset all connected PoE devices. The product also allows users to review detailed parametric information for each port. SSI Staff · December 20, 2009

RISCO Group USA of Melville, N.Y., introduces the iREX and iREX Plus intelligent passive infrared (PIR) motion detectors. Both products are UL-listed detectors that are flexible enough to serve a variety of request-to-exit (REX) applications, according to the company. SSI Staff · December 20, 2009

Amityville, N.Y.-based NAPCO Security Technologies Inc. debuts its new commercial platform, including GEM-C commercial burglary and combination burglary/fire and Firewolf 24V addressable systems. SSI Staff · December 20, 2009

Bellevue, Wash.-based Aiphone introduces the DB Series hands-free answering intercom. Using just two wires to the door station and only four wires between interior stations, the DB system reduces installation time and cost, according to the company. The door unit provides a voltage output to activate a strike, eliminating not just additional wires, but also the additional door strike power supply. SSI Staff · December 17, 2009

ECKey of Auckland, New Zealand, introduces a Bluetooth solution for the access control industry that allows end users to use a cell phone to lock and unlock residential doors and gates. SSI Staff · December 15, 2009




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