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MOBILE ACCESS

- Yubico of Palo Alto, California, has expanded the capabilities of its YubiKey USB authentication device to secure access to near field communications (NFC)-enabled mobile devices.

CARD READERS

- G4S Technology has introduced new Javelin card readers that are attractive, easy to use, and secure.

WIRELESS LOCKS

- SALTO of Atlanta, Georgia, has introduced SALLIS wireless locking devices that enable the use of online locks on any door, including panic bars, glass door locks, and electronic cy­l­inders.

Micro Technology Services, Inc.

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ACCESS UNIT

- he DynaLock 7500 Series advanced standalone digital keypad incorporates a built-in 125 kHz proximity card reader, backlit metal keys, and a heater that automatically activates in frigid weather to prevent key freeze.

DOOR ACCESS MODULE

- The Door and I/O Module is the newest addition to the CyberLock Flex System from Videx of Corvallis, Oregon.

FULL-HEIGHT TURNSTILE

- Boon Edam Inc. of Lillington, North Carolina, has redesigned its Tomsed THT-100 full-height turnstile with functional and aesthetic improvements to increase visual appeal, security, durability, and ease of installation.

VISITOR AUTHENTICATION

- EasyLobby of Needham, Massachusetts, has partnered with AssureTec Technol­ogies of Manchester, New Hampshire, to offer AssureTec’s identification authentication system as part of EasyLobby’s suite of visitor solutions.

AUTOMATIC DOOR KIT

- Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, provides an automatic-operated door Easy-Kit that makes installation simple. All components are configured for the customer’s requirements. Especially useful for ADA access at healthcare facilities and public buildings, the Detex AOD EasyKit is a turnkey solution that features the Advantex Latch Retraction exit device and the AO19 door operator.

ACCESS CONTROL

- G4S Technology Limited of Tewksbury, Glou­cestershire, United Kingdom, has integrated its Symmetry Security Management software with the ASSA ABLOY Aperio range of wireless online locks. The combination allows companies to replace existing man­ual locks and wirelessly connect them to the access control system at a reasonable cost. Information is transferred between the card and the lock via a hub, which is usually located in the ceiling above the door.

ACCESS CONTROL

- Sargent Manufacturing Company of New Haven, Connecticut, has incorporated HID iCLASS 13.56 MHz smart-card technology in its Passport 1000 P1 and P2 power over Ethernet campus access control solutions.

LOCKS

- Meet The New 2740 High Security Lock.The American Owned, GSA-approved Sargent & Greenleaf 2740 High-Security Lock delivers a technical advantage that can only come from American Ingenuity.

Locks

- Meet The New 2740 High Security Lock.The American Owned, GSA-approved Sargent & Greenleaf 2740 High-Security Lock delivers a technical advantage that can only come from American Ingenuity.
 




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