The new NetWay mid-span power over Ethernet (PoE) solutions from Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, deliver power for IP video systems in eight- and 16-port configurations that accommodate both PoE and conventional IP cameras. They provide reliable and consistent power for standard network infrastructure. The products include a single-port midspan injector, a repeater to extend the range an additional 100 meters, and 15- and 30-watt adapters for conventional fixed or pan-tilt-zoom cameras.
The TALAN Telephone And Line Analyzer from Research Electronics International (REI) of Algood, Tennessee, evaluates digital and analog telephone systems (and other wiring) for eavesdropping threats. Among its testing technologies are line nonlinear junction detection, digital demodulation, frequency domain reflectometer, and an automated switching matrix to automate tests on all pair combinations of wires. The device also integrates and automates standard telephone testing equipment such as multimeter tests, audio amplifier, spectrum analyzer, and oscilloscope.
The PD 6500i walk-through metal detector from Garrett Metal Detectors of Garland, Texas, is designed for maximum patron throughput. Now available in a new grey color scheme, this detector features 33 distinct zones to precisely identify multiple target locations. With transmitters and receivers in each panel, the detector scans from both sides, providing superior detection, uniformity, and performance. Easy to assemble, the unit meets the international security requirements of the Transportation Security Administration, European airports, and others. It was used to protect patrons during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
IP-based EQUIP Series cameras from Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, are available with day-night, super high-resolution cameras, and the complete series of ACUIX domes. IP technology ensures extremely high picture quality, efficiency, and real-time video. Each dome features a Web browser and externally accessible Web-based menu so users can view and control cameras from virtually anywhere. They also offer camera tamper detection that alerts users instantly if a camera has been blinded or vandalized. The cameras support analog communication to make setup quick and easy. The HCX Series megapixel cameras provide network surveillance for high-resolution object recognition beyond the capability of standard analog cameras. When object recognition is needed over a vast field of view, one megapixel camera can often do the same job as several standard analog cameras.
Sarix technology from Pelco of Clovis, California, is now available in easy-to-install, integrated fixed domes as the new Sarix ID Series Mega-Performance cameras. Featuring high-definition and megapixel resolutions, exceptional low-light performance, consistent color, H.264 compression, and built-in analytics, the cameras include telephoto lenses and automatic back focus, allowing installers to achieve perfect focus. The series also incorporates the latest IT standards while adhering to open architecture principles so integration with IT networks is as successful as integration into the physical environment.