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REMOTE MONITORING

- Honeywell of Melville, New York, has released a new technology platform for its Total Connect service that allows home and business owners to remotely manage security systems and view live video via PCs, smartphones, tablets, and other Web-enabled devices.

LED LIGHT

- Minneapolis-based Banner Engineering Corporation has introduced the EZ-LIGHT K50 Beacon Light, which provides intense light that can be seen from all directions.

RECHARGEABLE FLASHLIGHT

- Larson Electronics’ Magna­light.com of Kemp, Texas, offers the EXP-LED-51, a new explosion-proof re­charge­able LED flashlight that delivers high light output with rugged construction and a variety of lighting modes.

Night Vision

- American Technologies Network of South San Francisco, California, has introduced night vision technology for me­dium- to long-range viewing. The ATN Voyager Night Vision System allows the user to view the single optical system us­ing two eyepieces for comfort and to alleviate eyestrain during lengthy surveillance events .

Video Catalog

- Highlights include new CCTV products in categories such as IP, high-definition, hybrid DVRs, intense-infrared, crime-deterrent cameras, and the Configurator. The catalog offers expansive product information, specifications, and full-color diagrams.

Cargo Screening

- CEIA USA of Twinsburg, Ohio, offers a solution that improves screening of nonmetallic commercial cargo, such as produce, meat, printed materials, flowers, and apparel. The Electro-Magnetic Inspection Scanner (EMIS) quickly and accurately screens packages or pallets using a harmless, low-intensity electromagnetic field.

Video Decoder

- The new Siqura S-60 D-MC decoder from Optelecom-NKF, Inc., of Germantown, Maryland, recognizes and decompresses video from various encoders. It automatically recognizes and creates images from MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and H.264 encoders for analog viewing with minimal latency.

Hard-Drive Destruction

- The Model 0300 Jackhammer Hard Drive Shredder from Security Engineered Machinery of Westboro, Massachusetts, destroys hard drives, electronic devices like cell phones, optical media such as CDs, and computer backup tapes.

Emergency Power

- The Silent Sentry Uninterruptible Power Supply from OnStat Power, Inc., of Stamford, Connecticut, is a battery-operated, wall-mounted system that has space-saving and labor-saving features.

Ethernet-Powered Lights

- Illuminar Inc. of Sugar Land, Texas, is now offering power over Ethernet (PoE) lighting for indoor and outdoor applications. Its White Light WL105-PoE Series and Infra-Red IR148-PoE Series offer illumination for video surveillance systems.

Ethernet Switches

- N-TRON Corporation of Mobile, Alabama, is offering high-voltage versions of four of its 700 Series industrial Ethernet switches. With up to six fi­ber ports in a small form factor, the new series enables us­ers to configure fiber rings and fiber uplinks in a cost-effective solution.

Electric Strikes

- The UniFLEX 55 series from Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, are ANSI Grade 1, heavy-duty electric strikes that can be retrofitted into existing ANSI 4 7⁄8-inch strike preps without relocating the centerline.

Counterfeit Detection

- Dri-Mark Products, Inc., of Port Washington, New York, has introduced a new counterfeit detector system, which adds an ultraviolet light to help identify counterfeit currency. The Counterfeit Money Detector Pen produces a dark mark on fake bills and a light-colored mark on authentic currency.
 




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