• Going Wireless With the Alarm Lock NetworxPanel

    The Alarm Lock Trilogy and wireless Networx comprise a comprehensive product group which offers a unique set of solutions to the access control installer. Alarm Lock introduced a viable electronic standalone decades ago, and has been constantly evolving...

    Article • July 14th, 2011

  • ASSA C4 System Secures Columbus Airport

    Today’s security professional faces enormous challenges in securing our transportation infrastructure. From large international airports with millions of passengers passing through each year to small, regional train stations and bus depots, the need for...

    Article • June 29th, 2011

  • Compact Reader 3078

    The Compact Reader 3078  brings passive smartcard technology to any SimonsVoss lock. When mounted near the SimonsVoss lock, this wireless reader allows MIFARE Classic or MIFARE DESFire cards to be securely used as access credentials. All...

    Product • June 24th, 2011

  • Go Wireless With STI

    One sector of the security industry which is often overlooked by locksmiths is the sale of alarms for residences. One or two large companies are filling TV airwaves with alarm advertisements. One positive aspect is that at least the TV advertisements keep...

    Article • June 16th, 2011

  • Advances In Wireless Access Control

    When properly chosen, configured and installed, a wireless system can be a cost effective and a reliable alternative to a hard-wired networked system for many applications.

    Article • June 3rd, 2011

  • Passport with iClass

    Sargent Manufacturing Company now offers HID ® iCLASS ® 13.56 MHz smart card technology in its Passport 1000 P1 and P2 Power over Ethernet (PoE) campus access control solutions.The iCLASS technology makes physical access control more powerful...

    Product • June 1st, 2011

  • Advances in Wireless Electronic Access Control

    In the beginning, there were the battery operated electromechanical locks. You entered a code into the keypad and if the code was correct, the lock unlocked, permitting retraction of the latch bolt. Over time, additional credentials were introduced...

    Article • May 12th, 2011

  • Security Starts At Home

    Locksmiths looking to grow their businesses in a challenging economy might want to consider installing alarm systems. After all, security starts at home, and locksmiths have been securing premises, both commercial and residential, for decades (perhaps...

    Article • May 6th, 2011

  • Passing Muster: What You Need to Know About Mobile Mustering

    Imagine an emergency scenario — fire, bomb threat, gas leak — in which you need to evacuate your building or campus. The proper alerts have been sounded, people have migrated to the mustering location and first responders are on the scene. How do...

    Article • May 5th, 2011

  • Granite School District Security System Grows with Needs

    Through a series of improvements to its access control system, the Granite School District continues to expand its ability to provide greater security for its students, teachers and staff. Building on basic door hardware such as exit devices, the District...

    Article • May 4th, 2011

  • Benefits Of Electromechanical Locks For Controlling Access

    Controlling access is part of everyday life. People cannot go everywhere and do everything. As a society, we control access in many different ways - physically, mechanically and electromechanically. Physical access control has been used for many...

    Article • April 7th, 2011

  • Advances In Video Surveillance

    This month we offer brief overviews of some of the newest video surveillance products and technology on the market. VideoIQ cameras and storage devices, CelAccess remote access control and PoE technology may provide much-needed solutions for your...

    Article • April 7th, 2011

  • ClearPath wireless products

    MS Sedco's wireless products offer field-selectable frequencies to minimize interference, and easy access to the battery.

    Product • March 29th, 2011

  • Touchless switches

    MS Sedco offers leading touchless switch products including the world's first wireless touchless switch and a retrofit kit to replace hard-wired mechanical automatic door actuators with touchless switches without pulling additional wires.

    Product • March 29th, 2011

  • SARGENT® Profile Series v.N2

      The SARGENT ® Profile Series v.N2 lock with Aperio™ Technology makes it easy and cost-effective to bring access control to additional openings. It uses local wireless communication between the lock and an Aperio hub to connect to an online access...

    Product • February 8th, 2011