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Multiplexers Sanyo Security Productswww.sanyocctv.com The 9-channel Model DSR-3009 and the 16-channel Model DSR-3016 are two digital recorders with integrated
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Oct 1, 2003 12:00 PM

Multiplexers

Sanyo Security Products
www.sanyocctv.com

The 9-channel Model DSR-3009 and the 16-channel Model DSR-3016 are two digital recorders with integrated system multiplexers. Applications include schools and campuses, government facilities, and commercial and industrial markets that have an increased demand for digital recording solutions.
Circle 144 or visitfreeproductinfo.net/svc

Control Panel

Signal Communications Corp.
www.sigcom.com

The DVS-25/50 is a 25W/50W voice evacuation control panel that contains a high-efficiency, digital power amplifier for use in life safety applications. The features and options are designed to provide performance and reliability while allowing simple installation.
Circle 145 on Reader Service Card or visitfreeproductinfo.net/svc

Personnel Alerting System

MadahCom
www.madah.com

WAVES (Wireless Audio Visual and Emergency Systems) is for use as personnel alerting systems by federal agencies, military, and commercial companies. WAVES delivers live and recorded voice messages, tone alerts, and visual messages through a secure wireless network.
Circle 146 or visitfreeproductinfo.net/svc

Door Opener

Alpha Communications
www.alpha-comm.com

The DO-001A MightySlim reversible door strike has a screw adjustable tongue latch mechanism. The ultraslim 1.125-inch (28.5 mm) deep body makes the DO-001A quick and easy to install.
Circle 147 or visitfreeproductinfo.net/svc

Security System

Keywest Technology
www.keywesttechnology.com

The all-in-one MX-DEVIS is a TV messaging and state-of-the-art early-warning management system. It is affordable yet flexible enough to be used for homeland security for local threats on any CCTV system.
Circle 148 or visitfreeproductinfo.net/svc

Door Controller

FaceKey Corp.
www.facekey.com

The biometric-based Compact Access Control System, which uses fingerprints for identification, now helps you identify difficult-to-read fingerprints. The Compact Access Control System is a network-based system. Each door controller can drive as many as two bolts, two strike mechanisms, or two magnetic locks.
Circle 149 or visitfreeproductinfo.net/svc

Camera

Toshiba Imaging Systems
www.toshiba.com

The IK-WB11 is a wi-fi (802.11b) network camera that lets you remotely view live, high-resolution (1,280 by 960) video streams with audio of homes, day-care centers, schools, or businesses from anywhere in the world through the Internet using a standard Web browser. The IK-WB11 is versatile and simple to install for seamless network connectivity. Features include a 1.4 megapixel progressive scan CCD, an SD card slot to permit recording even if the network is down, remote pan and tilt control, an alarm function, motion detection, and a privacy mask. The camera measures 5.0 by 5.0 by 4.7 inches and can be mounted anywhere, indoors or outdoors.
Circle 150 or visitfreeproductinfo.net/svc

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