Westinghouse’s RTS-Z lock is designed for security-sensitive business and government environments. The system controller can set access-control rights for each user to each lock. On any lock or group of locks, users can be registered as fingerprint only, PIN only or a combination. It has a 1,000-user capacity, audit trails, a built-in scheduling system and a zinc-cast enclosures.
Greenlee Communications’ AirScout Wi-Fi test system is used for the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of Wi-Fi services. Using multiple sensors, the system creates a heat map of the Wi-Fi user experience. The system automatically selects the best channel, the optimal access point and range-extender locations.
Nanoleaf’s Ivy smarter kit is a voice-controllable, smart LED system. With the Nanoleaf app, users can create preset lighting configurations and control the lights with their iOS, Android or Amazon Alexa device. The kit comes with two Nanoleaf Smart Ivy lamps and the Nanoleaf Hub, which can control up to 50 lamps and is compatible with the Nanoleaf Smart Gem.
Paxton’s Net2 entry control system combines audio, video, access control and power using one Cat 5 cable. With a monitor, door panel and control unit, the user can view their guests and grant or deny access using the touchscreen monitor or using an SIP with an office phone, smartphone, computer or tablet. Users can also gain access using a Net2 token or PIN. One control unit can manage up to 100 entry panels and 100 monitors.
IC Realtime’s Allie Home 360-degree home-security and entertainment camera can be installed on a wall, tabletop or ceiling. It has two glass lenses, 8 GB of memory, a built-in speaker and microphone. It records in color with digital zoom, weighs 10 oz. and is compatible with Apple iOS and Android devices. It can connect to a computer using a USB cable.
Smarter Security’s Fastlane Glassgate 150 is an optical turnstile with pedestal-height barriers and bidirectional swinging glass gates. An infrared beam matrix detects tailgaters as close as 1/4 in. apart. It is designed to work in a normally closed mode, opening after access system approval. It will automatically sound a local alarm if someone enters without authorization. Efforts to push past the glass barrier will sound a second, louder alarm and can trigger CCTV, lock doors or control elevators.
Tyco Security Products’ ExacqVision Z-series 4U Hybrid recorder includes eight IP camera licenses and can record up to 128 IP cameras and 64 analog cameras. It can store up to 120 TB with front-accessible storage, continuously record up to 1,200 Mbps of video and simultaneously connect up to 500 remote clients. It is compatible with all ExacqVision network recorders and VMS software.
Moog Sensor and Surveillance Systems’ Remotely Articulated Illumination Device (RAID) system is designed to remotely operate a searchlight. It consists of a base mount, yoke positioner and the MBS-430-MY Maxa Beam searchlight. It is operated through a simple user interface and has “return to home” automatic positioning. The searchlight has an output of 12 million peak beam candlepower. It has three light-intensity settings and a motorized beam-width adjustment that allows the user to vary the beam from a 1-degree spot to a 40-degree flood.
Ideal Industries’ Test-Tone-Trace testing kit is designed to detect wiring errors within VDV installations. It enables technicians to troubleshoot existing VDV wiring installations; locate cables; test for and identify shorts, opens, miswires, split pairs and reversals; verify patch cables for proper wiring and continuity; and more. It includes a VDV multimedia tester with an LCD screen that displays pass/fail results and notifications of wiring errors. Its built-in tone generator has four distinct tones that can trace coaxial RJ-45 and RJ-11 cable and any de-energized copper cable.