Site Map - Access Control

Tailgating Prevention

- The Fastlane Door Detective from Smarter Security Systems of Austin, Texas, uses optical technology to detect tailgaters with a high degree of alarm accuracy.

Simple Access Control

- Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has developed security and access control solutions specifically for small and med­i­um-sized businesses. Schlage’s security solutions al­low businesses to manage access control via the Internet without relying on a third party

Push/Pull Handle

- The SARGENT 8200 mortise lock is now available with a new push/pull trim that is ideal for many healthcare environments.



Expiring Badges

- Visitor Pass Solutions by Data Management, Inc., of Farmington, Connecticut, is making expiring passes for use with thermal printers. The Direct Thermal TAB-Expiring Visitor Pass eliminates the need for multiple parts to activate the badge.

Wireless Authentication

- A new security system from Dallas-based Axcess International Inc. automatically determines in real time if a person is carrying proper identification and is authorized to be in a given place.





Wireless Access

- CORBIN RUSSWIN of Ber­lin, Connecticut, has introduced the Access 700 PWI1, a Wi-Fi-enabled lockset that allows campuses to establish online access control via existing Wi-Fi networks—eliminating the need for a proprietary wireless network or physical wiring.

Exit Devices

- DORMA Architectural Hardware of Reamstown, Pennsylvania, offers a line of Grade 1 narrow-stile exit devices that combine performance and durability with a compact configuration. The 9600 series, with concealed vertical rods, and the 9800 series, with surface vertical rods, use heavy-duty castings for extra durability.

Door Operator

- An enhanced version of the 5700 Series LEO low-energy automatic door operator is now available from Norton Door Controls of Monroe, North Carolina. The device features a low-energy electric motor that slowly opens a door when activated by a switch or motion sensor.

Hands-Free Latches

- Marks USA PD Series Hospital Push/Pull mortise and cylindrical locksets are designed for use in healthcare facilities. A push or pull on the paddle using an elbow or forearm will open the door, preventing contamination from unsanitary hands in restrooms or cafeterias, for example.

Hands-Free Switches

- The new Camden CM-324 Sure-Wave hands-free switches open doors without contact, complying with ADA rules and protecting public health by avoiding the spread of diseases through touching a switch. New from Camden Door Controls of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the switches are available in a range of narrow/jamb, single-gang, and double-gang faceplate configurations.

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