Site Map - Access Control

Body Imaging

- ScanPort is an engineered turnkey security solution that uses passive millimeter technology in a rugged portable whole body imaging system for use in extreme environments. Made by Brijot Imaging Systems, Inc., of Lake Mary, Florida, the system consists of a standard 20-foot ISO shipping container that contains two Brijot GEN 2 full-body imaging systems that provide simultaneous front and back real-time screening and concealed-object detection.

Power Supply

- The new SDC 621 one-amp power supply from Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, provides an economical solution for access control and lock power needs. It is available in three configurations, including power supply board only, a board with a plug-in transformer, or a board with an enclosure and a plug-in transformer.

Door Controller

- Sielox Access Control of Runnemede, New Jersey, has introduced the 1500 Series controller. The AC-1500L manages from two to 16 doors in a large configuration, while the AC-1500S controls two to four doors.

Outdoor Pushbutton

- Suited for use as a momentary release for electric locks on doors and gates, the new 6170 Series Weatherproof Pushbutton from DynaLock Corporation of Bristol, Connecticut, is designed to withstand outdoor exposure to the elements and other harsh environments.

Access Control CD

- A new resource from Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, contains data sheets, technical manuals, configuration guides, and training materials to equip dealers to sell, install, and service Secura Key products.

Infrastructure Security

- Uniloc USA Inc. of Irvine, California, has introduced StrongPoint, a device-based identity and access management appliance for infrastructure security. It uses device fingerprinting to ensure secure private networks between a StrongPoint server at the network operating center and appliances located at field controls.

Tailgate Detection

- Designed Security, Inc., of Bastrop, Texas, has introduced the Entry Sentry tailgate detection system. It uses 32 infrared sensors to detect tailgating through any door or hallway, setting off an alarm when more than one person enters at a time.

Access Control

- The new E5 Series Entry Check from Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, is a 3000-user access control reader. Designed for standalone or PC-managed applications, it can handle a network of up to 99 readers.

Door Access Control

- Smarter Security Systems of Austin, Texas, has introduced its improved Fastlane Door Detective, a cost-effective way to secure critical doors and prevent tailgating. It features microprocessors that are programmed with neural network software.

Vehicle Barrier

- The FutureWEDGE Series (SU-SM) is a line of electric vehicle barriers from SecureUSA, Inc., of Cumming, Georgia. They are easily mounted in almost any location, because they require little or no excavation. The optional integrated gate arm and traffic lights provide added safety.

Access Control

- IDenticard Systems of Lititz, Pennsylvania, has introduced the PremiSys access control system, which can accommodate facilities of every size. It offers dynamic mapping to monitor alarms, relays, doors, and alarm acknowledgements through a floor plan/graphic map interface.

Revolving Door

- Stanley Access Technologies of Farmington, Connecticut, has released the Series 500 Revolving Door, a manual revolving door that is cost-effective and energy efficient. The door also increases interior comfort by reducing infiltration of dust and dirt through the building entrance.

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