Security Sales & Integration

October 2013

SSI serves security installing contractors providing systems and services; surveillance, access control, biometrics, fire alarm and home control/automation. Coverage in commercial and residential product applications, designs, techniques, operations.

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HE ESSENTIALS SPOTLIGHT ON INTRUSION DETECTION DSC 2-Way Wireless TouchScreen Arming Station Concord, Ontario, Canada-based DSC, part of Tyco Security Products, introduces the two-way wireless touchscreen arming station (WTK5504). Ofering intuitive menu-driven touchscreens that allow full control of the system, the product features voice prompts and voice chime that provide verbally enunciated system status updates. It also ofers a 4.3-inch full-color display with quick-view LED status, programmable user functions, a night light and 24-hour battery backup. Designed to seamlessly integrate with IMPASSA, ALEXOR and PowerSeries (via the TR5164) security systems, the device supports up to 64 zones. It is also equipped to support multiple languages and conveniently displays user-friendly information such as temperature when used with the WT4911 outdoor siren. STI Wireless Outdoor Motion Detector Safety Technology Int'l (STI) of Waterford, Mich., releases the wireless outdoor motion detector alert with fourchannel voice receiver (STI-V34750). When the sensor detects activity, it sends a wireless radio signal to the indoor four-channel voice receiver, which ofers 10 tones and 53 selectable words in English or Spanish. Users can program up to four tones or words in sequence to identify which area requires assistance, i.e., front motion alert. Te water- and weather-resistant detector operates up to 1,000 feet between sensor and receiver. Te motion detector is supervised for low battery and signal reception and is for outdoor use. Bosch RADION Wireless Peripherals for Control Panels Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, N.Y., introduces the RADION Series of wireless peripherals for Bosch control panels. RADION operates within the 433MHz band, allowing for higher transmission power and better penetration through building materials, according to the company. Using any control panel keypad, a technician can enter the RFID of the device to enroll it in the system. Alternatively, the technician can enter the wireless confguration menu and install batteries in the wireless devices to initiate automatic device registration. Te complete line of peripherals include motion detectors, two- and four-button keyfobs, portable panic buttons, universal transmitters, smoke and glass-break detectors. Interlogix Simon XTi Self-Contained Security System Kits Interlogix of Bradenton, Fla., releases the Simon XTi wireless security system, which ofers 40 zones of burglary and fre protection. A built-in color LCD touchscreen display provides status notifcations. A built-in microphone delivers emergency twoway communication with monitoring station personnel. Available in a variety of kits, the standard option comes equipped with door/ window sensors, a motion detector or keychain remote. Other kits include modules for primary or backup communication. Leviton OmniTouch 7 Touch Screen Interface Leviton of Melville, N.Y., releases the OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen, a 7-inch high-resolution screen for controlling security, energy and entertainment settings for the residential market. Te device allows users to arm or disarm their Leviton security system, alert emergency personnel, lock or unlock doors and view IP or analog video surveillance footage. Additionally, the product features slider bars that adjust individual light levels from zero to 100%; control up to 64 thermostats to manage humidity settings and additional systems like irrigation, ventilation; and monitor or adjust window coverings, according to the company. 76 / SECURITYSALES.COM / OCTOBER 2013

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