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ASSA ABLOY Ecoflex Electrified Mortise Locks

Ecoflex electrified mortise locks from ASSA ABLOY Group brands CORBIN RUSSWIN and SARGENT reduce energy consumption up to 96 percent. Ecoflex offers an efficient, flexible and dependable locking solution, with a common lock for 12 — 24V applications, which can easily be field configured to fail-safe or fail-secure operation.




ASSA ABLOY IN120 WiFi Lock

The IN120 WiFi lock, available from ASSA ABLOY Group brands CORBIN RUSSWIN and SARGENT, offers the ease and flexibility of WiFi in a streamlined design. It uses 802.11b/g/n WiFi infrastructure for easier, more cost-effective installations. Featuring HID multiCLASS SE technology, the IN120 supports multiple credential types, including NFC-enabled…




Honeywell Security & Communications MAXPRO NVR Hybrids

Honeywell’s MAXPRO hybrid network video recorders (NVRs) allow organizations to utilize existing analog investments when transitioning from analog to IP video. Hybrid NVRs convert analog feeds to IP without replacing analog cameras —  ideal for those who want an affordable, easy way to add high-quality IP video to their systems.




Honeywell Security & Communications NetAXS-123 5.0 EVL

Honeywell’s web-based access control system with Ethernet virtual loop technology — NetAXS-123 5.0 EVL — broadens the physical security market, allowing integrators to provide simple, scalable and affordable access control to small and mid-size businesses. The system’s flexibility provides opportunities to increase revenue…




Smartvue Corporation Smartvue S9M

Smartvue S9M provides a fast, cost-effective centrally managed cloud surveillance solution for businesses with 1 to 1000’s of locations and supports up to 6 cameras per location. Starting at $199, S9M includes remote HD monitoring, ONVIF support, plug and play installation, and supports thousands of different cameras.




Telguard TG-V2H Video Verification Starter Kit

The TG-V2H Video Verification Kit delivers priority police response for greater security. The TG-V2H solution sends a video of the actual incident to the central station for immediate review and dispatch. The central station operator essentially becomes a virtual eyewitness allowing police to respond to a video-verified alarm as a crime-in-progress.




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