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Stanley Security EL Series Wireless Access Control Solution

Stanley Security of Indianapolis releases the EL Series wireless access control solution, a Web-based solution allowing end users to manage access for both interior and exterior door openings.


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Visonic Ltd. of Bloomfield, Conn., a Tyco Security Products company, releases the MC-302E PG2, a two-way wireless magnetic contact transmitter designed to product doors and windows. SSI Staff · December 12, 2011

Salto Systems of Atlanta releases the Sallis wireless locking devices. The Sallis wireless technology offers wireless online locks on any door including panic bars, glass door locks and electronic cylinders, according to the company. SSI Staff · December 07, 2011

Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) of Springfield, Mo., unveils the 1183 Series wireless heat detector. SSI Staff · November 16, 2011

Honeywell of Melville, N.Y., releases the 5816OD outdoor wireless magnetic contact. SSI Staff · October 19, 2011

The Los Gatos/Monte Sereno (Calif.) Police Department has equipped its cruisers with additional Wi-Fi capability that allows officers to offload video to the main network in the station. September 12, 2011

Waterford, Mich.-based Safety Technology Int’l (STI) releases the wireless garage Sentry alert (STI-34300), which offers a range of up to 1,000 feet. SSI Staff · August 23, 2011

SkylinkHome of Ontario, Calif., releases the SkylinkPad, which allows users to wirelessly control anything electronic in their homes, including security systems. SSI Staff · July 31, 2011

Carmel, Ind.-based Schlage, an Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies brand, releases the GCK400 wireless gate kit, which leverages existing access control systems to gate entrances. SSI Staff · July 06, 2011

The SafeAir Wireless carbon monoxide (CO) detectors by Bradenton, Fla.-based Interlogix provide quick response, electrochemical sensing, fast reset time and false alarm immunity, the company says SSI Staff · June 22, 2011

The WS4920 wireless repeater by Concord, Ontario, Canada-based DSC, part of Tyco Security Products, extends the range of the company's one-way wireless devices from the control panel/receiver. SSI Staff · May 04, 2011


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