Site Map - Perimeter Protection


- Embsec of Stockholm, Sweden, has released a long-range laser perimeter sensor for hazardous areas. Based on the award-winning laser sensor vFence F-501, vFence ATEX has a working range of 300 meters, up to 20 alarm zones, power over Ethernet, and network alarms. It uses a pulsed infrared laser sensor to accurately detect and position objects. Depending on detection position, the laser sends a zone-specific network alarm to a VMS server or directly to cameras. The alarm is used to automatically start recording, direct cameras to the location of intrusion, and alert guards with detailed alarm information.


- Surface Armor of Rockwall, Texas, has introduced Blast Armor, a shatter-resistant window film that is designed to protect building occupants and property. The permanent, easy-to-install barrier keeps glass from shattering into dangerous fragments and scattering. The film also prevents malicious intruders from entering through broken windows. In addition, it can also provide aesthetic and energy-saving features. It blocks most ultraviolet rays, preventing the sun from damaging upholstery, and it reduces heat transfer by up to 7 percent.

Vehicle Barrier

- Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials Company of Chandler, Arizona, has designed a covert barrier that resembles a speed bump but is fitted with a deployable vehicle capturing system.

Perimeter Security

- London-based Gallagher Group has introduced the V7.10 Command Centre system that integrates electronic access control, intruder alarm supervision, perimeter security, and compliance management in a single platform that resides on an organization’s IT network.

Employee Access

- Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, has introduced a new life safety and security system that helps retailers deter customers from entering stockrooms from the sales floor, yet allows emergency egress for both customers and employees.


- New from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors of Sunnyvale, California, is the Dragon Dome LED.


- Moxa Americas, Inc., of Brea, California, has provided a firm­ware upgrade for its 802.11n series of wireless access points.


- Patlite of Torrance, California, has introduced LP6US LED Surface Mount Lights.


- A new line of pan­o­ramic illuminators has been launched by Raytec of Ashington, Northumberland, United Kingdom.


- APT Security Systems of Harrow, Middlesex, United Kingdom, has launched a barrier system that can be installed directly out of the box.


- Made by Larson Electronics’ Magna­ of Kemp, Texas, the light is resistant to corrosion, vibration, and impact while producing more light than a 100-watt incandescent bulb and consuming a fraction of the electrical power.


- Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, has launched a new generation of Blue Line Motion Detectors. Blue Line Gen2 provides improved catch performance, enhanced false alarm immunity, and easier installation.


- Meet The New 2740 High Security Lock.The American Owned, GSA-approved Sargent & Greenleaf 2740 High-Security Lock delivers a technical advantage that can only come from American Ingenuity.

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