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NETWORK LOCKS

- Alarm Lock of Amityville, New York, has introduced affordable electronic locksets that communicate wirelessly over any size network. Trilogy Networx Locksets eliminate door-to-door programming and audit trail retrieval, sav­ing time and money. Existing Trilogy locks can be networked using the conversion kit, which turns standalone locks into wireless units. Trilogy locks can be equipped with Classroom Lock-Down, allowing users to activate emergency global lockdown and unlocking from either the Networx PC or any Networx lock. One-button activation means there is no need to open a door, and no keys are required. The lock-down feature is designed to provide safety for schools and other facilities in an emergency.

Kiosk Locks

- New tubular kiosk locks from Illinois Lock Company of Wheeling, Illinois, are designed to provide seven-pin secu­rity for iPads and tablets being used in display kiosks. The PL518 push-in style tubular lock allows for more than ¼ inch of shaft travel, yet the lock has a very small profile on the kiosk surface. It operates with a seven-pin tumbler mechanism that offers much higher security than similar locks because it provides up to 500 key codes. The lock surface bezel is available in bright chrome and satin nickel finishes.

Dispensary Lock

- Securitech Group, Inc., of Maspeth, New York, has designed a Trident Multi-Point Lock specifically for mari­juana dispensaries. All Trident locks provide multi-point deadbolt locking with maximum re­sistance to break-ins. Code-compli­ant, single-motion exiting retracts all mov­ing bolts simultaneously. The stainless steel deadbolts project one inch into the frame and a hinge-side bolt protects doors from attack on that side. The Dispensary Model Trident Multi-Point Lock is available with self-relocking and optional delayed-egress features. Dispensaries often prefer these features so that the door always relocks and egress is delayed, giving them time to stop casual thieves. Other options include battery-operation, direct power, and signal output for alarms, plus keyed entry and access control integration.

Travel Vest

- The RFID Travel Vest from SCOTT­­e­VEST, Inc., of Ketchum, Idaho, offers security features that will help travelers protect their gear and prevent identity theft.

Electric Strikes

- New electric strikes from Alarm Controls of Deer Park, New York, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, offer field-selectable fail-secure/fail-safe operation and are fully reversible for right and left opening doors. Designed for heavy-duty applications, the all-in-one AES-100 electric strike offers dual voltage and a deep latch cavity to accommodate cylindrical locksets in steel, wood, or aluminum frames. It is BHMA Grade 1, UL 1034 burglary re­­sistant, and listed to 1,500 pounds of static strength. The AES-200 electric strike is designed for medium-duty, rated BHMA Grade 2, and listed to 1,000 pounds static strength.

Server Lock

- The KS100 Server Cabinet Lock with Aperio technology extends access control to individual server cabinet doors to protect data center assets from intrusion and expensive downtime. The lock, made by HES of Phoenix, Arizona, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, enables mechanical locks to be wirelessly integrated with existing access control systems and ID badges. It extends access control from the server room entrance to individual server cabinets, while eliminating the need for keys or codes to remember. Local wireless communication with the Aperio hub adds additional monitoring and audit trail capabilities.

Glass Door Lock

- Adams Rite of Phoenix, Arizona, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, is offering a surface-mounted, keyless alternative for glass openings. The thin, low-profile design of the RITE Touch RT1050D digital glass lock and a sleek mirrored user interface offer style and convenience for any indoor application. Installation is quick and easy, without the need for holes or modifications to the door. The lock offers flexible access control with single- or double- door compatibility and dual- credential access control via card reader or personal PIN code. The battery-powered lock includes a fire detection sensor, a break-in and damage alarm, and a thumb turn.

Server Lock

- The KS100 Server Cabinet Lock with Aperio technology extends access control to individual server cabinet doors to protect data center assets from intrusion and expensive downtime. The lock, made by HES of Phoenix, Arizona, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, enables mechanical locks to be wirelessly integrated with existing access control systems and ID badges. It extends access control from the server room entrance to individual server cabinets, while eliminating the need for keys or codes to remember. Local wireless communication with the Aperio hub adds additional monitoring and audit trail capabilities.

Anti-Pry Plate

- Securitech Group, Inc., of Mas­peth, New York, has introduced a new larger anti-pry plate for its Trident series of locks. The larger and thicker (11 gauge) stainless steel anti-pry plate eliminates the exposed bolts while strengthening the door. Four of the six bolts connect directly to the mechanism, while the other two are along the door’s edge. New entry options include thumb turn, thumb turn and handle, lever trim, lever trim with DC release, and fail-safe lever trim with DC release. Access control integration will continue to be supported in these new exterior entry options.

CLASSROOM LOCK

- Arrow Lock and Door Hardware, of New Haven, Connecticut, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, has enhanced its QL97 series classroom intruder lockset with the Key Rotation Indicator Rose. The standalone component easily retrofits to the lockset to provide a clear visual direction so the teacher knows which way to turn the key to lock the door during an emergency. The QL is a lever lock that is easy to install and can retrofit any existing door. It is available in an array of finishes and functions, in­cluding the 97 Classroom Intruder function, which allows a teacher to use a key to lock the outside lever from inside the classroom.

Secure Locking

- Trident Multi-Point Locks from Securitech Group, Inc., of Maspeth, New York, provide deadbolt locking with maximum resistance to break-ins.

High-Security Lock

- The 2740B Electromechanical Combi­na­­tion Lock from Sargent and Greenleaf of Nicholasville, Kentucky, has been approved by the U.S. General Services Administration for government agencies as meeting the specifications for locking hardware for national security information.

HIGH-SECURITY LOCKS

- Kaba Mas of Lexington, Kentucky, has added the newly designed X-10 to its X-0 series of high-security locks.
 




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