Site Map - Access Control


- 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.


- 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.


- 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.


- 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.


- 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.


- 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.

Retrofit Kits

- Security Door Controls of Camarillo, California, offers the SDC E1200-390MP Retrofit Mounting Plate, which uses the same template and existing mounting holes for replacing the discontinued Locknetics 390+ with the SCD E1200 magnetic lock. There is no need to replace the armature—only a new wiring hole is required.

Control Panels

- Honeywell of Melville, New York, has released the VISTA Turbo Series of security system control panels. The new models are ideal for large installations, with faster clock speed and code improvement for enhanced performance.



Access Control

- A new intuitive graphical user interface is one of the enhancements to the AEOS 3.0 management platform from Nedap N.V. Security Management of Groenlo, The Neth­erlands.

Access Control Software

- Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, has released SK-NET Version 4.02, which includes enhancements that allow the software to work better with SK-EZ/ID Photo Badge Design and Printing Software for making large numbers of photos and using large photo file sizes.

Tailgate Detection

- The Door Detective Compact from Smarter Security Systems of Austin, Texas, protects open doors from tailgaters and other unauthorized entries. The new smaller, lower-cost model is also more dura­ble, with stainless steel head units. LED lane-status indicator lights flash green or red to convey authorization or alarm.

Access Control

- Matrix Systems of Miamisburg, Ohio, offers a low-cost, Web-based access control system, especially for small and medium-sized businesses. Frontier Web Essentials offers unattended administration for facilities that don’t have dedicated IT staff or security supervisors, but authorized personnel can monitor and control door access from an on-site or remote PC via a standard Web browser. The system uses the HID VertX controller and embedded software with fully encrypted IP connectivity that controls up to 16 doors and 500 cardholders.

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