Feb 1, 1999 12:00 PM, AC&SSI Staff
Add wireless control The Wireless Key Kit from Digital Security Controls Ltd. (DSC), Downsview, Ontario, Canada, furnishes the tools to add the Wireless Key to Power832 installations. The kit includes the PC5132 Wireless Receiver, two WLS909 Wireless Keys and a manual. A Wireless Key provides end-users with single-button security system control. Circle No. 41 on Reader Service Card
Security Lock adds saddles Security Lock Distributors, Needham Heights, Mass., now carries the complete line of National Guard saddles and door-opening accessories. Included are saddle and half-saddle threshhold styles, panic and ADA varieties, brass/bronze types, as well as door bottoms, seals and gasketing. Circle No. 42 on Reader Service Card
Vehicle anti-theft unit available TRIAD, a transponder-based anti-theft product from Dealer Security Solutions Inc., Dallas, is an after-market option for the retail automotive industry. Based on Texas Instruments' TIRIS radio frequency identification technology, TRIAD provides inventory protection and easy installation and service. The device is an RFID tag with a unique ID code built into a laser-cut fob that attaches to the driver's key ring. It requires no buttons to press or codes to remember. When the driver inserts the key, the tag is read by a hidden antenna and reader module. The ignition will not start unless the correct ID is present. Circle No. 43 on Reader Service Card JLM stocks 9100 series JLM Wholesale is stocking the 9100 and CM9100 Series electric strikes by Locknetics. The 9100 Series features 35 pounds of resistance to side load, a single solenoid that changes from fail safe to fail secure, one-frame prep, modular fonts, dual voltage, cast stainless-steel housing and keeper, built-in spike supressor and modular monitoring switches. The locks are designed to be installed in steel, grout-filled steel, aluminum and wood frames and accept cylindrical or mortise locks with up to 3/4-inch latch bolts.
Video gives tips for site surveys Securitron Magnalock Corp., Sparks, Nev., offers the "Site Survey and Installation Tips and Techniques" video for its line of electromagnetic locking systems. The hour-long video comes with a 12-page reference guide and a "smart door" system planner.
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