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Honeywell says it has committed to investing in its video portfolio with both hardware and software innovation in 2017.

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Corvallis, Ore,-based Videx provides a “green” version of CyberLock, which offers two choices in rechargeable keys: the standard rechargeable and the XD rechargeable key. SSI Staff · October 26, 2009

Toshiba Surveillance & IP Network Video of Irvine, Calif., has upgraded its network video recording server software (NVR) to allow users to view, record and playback up to 32 local or remote IP network cameras simultaneously per server. SSI Staff · October 22, 2009

NetMedia, Inc. of Tucson, Ariz., introduces its true megapixel high-definition and high-resolution Power over Ethernet (PoE) IP cameras. The iViewHDTM product line has two models: iViewHD-D1 and iViewHD-2M. SSI Staff · October 22, 2009

Northford, Conn.-based Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell has expanded its Flex Series of conventional products with the addition of two fire alarm releasing panels designed to offer flexible control of single and dual-hazard agent-based suppression or deluge systems. Both panels are listed to UL/ANSI-864 Ninth Edition standards for provision of standalone or supplemental fire protection and releasing control. SSI Staff · October 22, 2009

Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) of Springfield, Mo., now offers five additional devices as part of its line of wireless security technology. The new commercial fire sensors include the 1165/1165H/1165HS commercial smoke detectors, the 1181 post indicator valve, and the 1182 OS&Y switch. All of the devices carry the UL commercial fire listing. SSI Staff · October 22, 2009

Chatsworth, Calif.-based Secura Key announces two new models of its e*Access kits. The e*ACCESS5 and e*ACCESS6 "starter kits" are provided without cards, allowing the dealer to custom order credentials. Kits 5 and 6 are for customers who prefer keytags or those who need cards with no printing, custom printing, or a specific facility code or numbering. SSI Staff · October 22, 2009

Amnityville, N.Y.-based NAPCO has added its first indoor/outdoor biometric keypad to its line of Gemini products. The BioReader keypad can be integrated with most brands of alarm panels with a keyswitch, according to the company. It can also be used as a standalone alarm and garage door access control. SSI Staff · October 22, 2009

HID Global of Irvine, Calif., launches its HID on the Desktop with naviGO software, a set of logical access control solutions that can extend the reach of an organization's existing physical access infrastructure. According to the company, the software delivers user-friendly convenience and improved risk management for secure access to Windows. SSI Staff · October 19, 2009

Based in New Haven, Conn., SARGENT releases the Passport 1000 P1 Power over Ethernet (PoE) hardware. The P1 offers magnetic stripe and PIN code technologies for dual credentialing, or mag stripe or pin alone, to provide customized access control. Existing magnetic stripe cards can operate the lock, enabling campuses to integrate the Passport 1000 P1 locksets into their one-card system. SSI Staff · October 18, 2009

Based in Chatsworth, Calif., Secura Key introduces a quick reference guide, which allows resellers and customers to view and compare Secura Key product features on a single two-sided sheet. This guide covers Radio Key Proximity products, e*Tag contactless smart card products, standalone access control units, and e*Access kits. Thumbnail photos and specs are included for each product. SSI Staff · October 12, 2009


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