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Instant Notification

- The WAVE from SecureTech Systems, Inc., of Fort Worth, Texas, is an instant notification system that sends detailed messages over the radios carried by security personnel

Video Upgrades

- American Fibertek of Somerset, New Jersey, has introduced enhancements to its Video Network Enterprise Solution, known as V’nes.

Communicatons

- Chicago-based Convergint Technologies, a systems integration firm with 21 locations across North America, has launched a new service line offering an expanded range of critical communications products and systems that enhance life safety, physical security, and protection.

Encoder/Decoder

- Bosch Security Systems, Inc., of Fairport, New York, has released the VIP X1600 XF, a multi-channel encoder/decoder with high-speed fiber connectivity that enables customers to combine encoder and decoder modules within a single rack-mountable base unit.

Wireless Video

- The Endura Wireless System from Pelco of Clovis, California, was designed for the harsh demands of outdoor surveillance applications.

Fiber-Optic Receivers

- Communications Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, doing business as ComNet, has introduced fiber-optic video receivers for use over multimode-optical fiber. The devices receive a single baseband video channel as an optical signal from up to 2.5 kilometers away and convert the signal back to baseband video for monitoring.

Fiber Video Transmission

- Communications Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, doing business as ComNet, has introduced its first fiber optic video product. he FVT11M is a mini fiber-optic video transmitter for use over multimode optical fiber.

Detection Interface

- RAE Systems Inc. of San Jose, California, has introduced the RAELink3, a wireless modem for integrating the company’s portable instruments into AreaRAE toxic gas and radiation detection networks.

Audio-Video Intercom

- Aiphone Corporation of Bellevue, Washington, has released the AX-8MV-W, a new white master station for the AX Series intercom. The new audio-video master supports up to eight master stations and eight door stations.

IP Receiver

- Bosch Security Systems, Inc., of Fairport, New York, has expanded its Information Transport Solutions portfolio with the Conettix D6100i Communications Receiver/Gateway. The unit offers low-cost IP communications for monitoring in small central stations, university campuses, or gated communities.

Video Transaction

- Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, has introduced the HubWayLD, which brings centralized transmission to larger and more complex video surveillance installations. It transmits UTP video and RS-422/S-485 data on a single CAT-5E or CAT-6 cable for distances of up to 3,000 feet.

Equipment Rack

- R4 Series Four Post Open Frame Racks are designed for heavier, deeper, digital components. Made by Middle Atlantic Products of Fairfield, New Jersey, the racks promote effective thermal management, cable, and space requirements.

Lacer Strips

- Middle Atlantic Products, Inc., of Fairfield, New Jersey, has introduced Vertical Lacer Strips with a new design that eliminates the need to “fish” in cable ties. The strips provide integrators with a large number of cable-tie points for organizing and arranging cable runs of any size within an enclosure system.
 




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