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SSI Staff · September 30, 2009

SSI Staff · September 30, 2009

Fully enabled for control and operation over digital and analog networks, Portland, Ore.-based FLIR Systems' PT-Series thermal cameras are available in standard-resolution (320x240), and higher-resolution 640x480 formats, and provide greater image clarity and longer threat detection range. SSI Staff · September 29, 2009

Based in Carmel, Ind., Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies announces the Schlage AD-Series electronic locks. The locks provide multiple credential reader modules as well as interchangeable offline, wired and wireless networking options. SSI Staff · September 28, 2009

Torrance, Calif.-based AMAG Technology releases the new Symmetry EN-9000 series video servers and recorders. The EN-9000 series operates on the edge of the network and is fully integrated with Symmetry Video Management software. SSI Staff · September 27, 2009

Arecont Vision's 10-megapixel surveillance camera incorporates H.264 compression at full resolution. The new AV10005 megapixel camera offers 3,648 x 2,752-pixel resolution at up to 5 frames per second, and dual H.264 and MJPEG encoding. SSI Staff · September 22, 2009

St. Charles, Ill.-based System Sensor announces its full line of i3Series photoelectric smoke detectors with sounders. These two- and four-wire models generate an 85 dBA temporal tone and are ideal for residential applications, according to the company. SSI Staff · September 20, 2009

DynaLock Corp. of Bristol, Conn., introduces two new standalone digital keypad product lines. Available in both single-gang box and narrow-mullion style mounting designs, all models share common programming and functional features, including 500 user PIN code capacity, three user levels, and IP65 water and dust resistance. SSI Staff · September 20, 2009

Irvine, Calif.-based Seco-Larm's SD-996C-NUQ ENFORCER universal door strike can be used with virtually any cylindrical-locking system and can be configured for use in wood, aluminum, or metal doors, according to the company. Included are three different-sized faceplates that can be easily installed on the strike to match the specific type of doorframe. SSI Staff · September 20, 2009

IRES Technology’s new four-channel IP server allows users to connect four legacy analog cameras to the Internet for remote monitoring in real-time. The signals from four analog video sources are converted to digital format using a dual codec MPEG4/MJPEG compression, enabling transmission over a TCP/IP network. SSI Staff · September 13, 2009




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