A range of products to turn any building into a fortress, from door locks to the latest in digital surveillance and video entry systems
16-channel digital recorder
Mitsubishi Electric has launched a digital 16-channel security recorder called DX-TL4516E. The manufacturer says this uses compressed image technology to produce high-quality pictures. The digital recorder has a built-in USB connection and CD and DVD drives. It also has a motion detector, as well as a dual multiplexer output which enables the simultaneous monitoring of live and recorded footage. DX-TL4516E is suitable for retail, banking, corporate and public sector applications.
Lock for aluminium doors
Beaufort Secure Design has introduced a lock for its Eurogroove range of aluminium sliding doors. It is said to be quick to install, simple to use and to offer a high level of security. It has a continuous one-piece faceplate with four-hook locking and an anti-lift device. The lock can be operated with a metal lever.
Beaufort Secure Design
Door entry system
Challenger has expanded its range of access control products with an audio door entry system that can be used with domestic and commercial applications. The company says the door entry kit has a slim design with a large nameplate that is easy to read and is illuminated by a blue LED. The kit comprises a door entrance panel, telephone handsets for the appropriate number of push buttons on the entrance panel, a power supply unit and a lock release.
Video entry system
BPT Security Systems has launched a video entry system called X1 which can handle a wide range of data, thereby enabling it control several systems at once. The company says that installation is easier than with traditional wiring systems, especially when it comes to running cable through congested ducts, because X1 has non-polarized twisted wires that can be connected any way around components. The product can control a variety of systems including door locks, stair lights, auxiliary service and call-timers and telephone, audio and video. X1 is designed to manage up to four entrances, 100 calls and up to eight receivers activated by the same call.
BPT Security Systems
Laird Security Hardware has developed a cylinder clamp called Euro-Secure that aims to increase the security level of its Euro-profile locking cylinders for doors.
Euro-Secure is made from aluminium and zinc alloy and is secured to the locking cylinder by two grub screws. The cylinder is repositioned within the lock with the clamp secured in place by high-tensile fixing bolts drilled through the door. The manufacturer says the product is suitable for most profile cylinders within PVCu or composite doors and can be retrofitted on site.
Laird Security Hardware
Automatic door opener
J Durrance & Co has launched an automatic sliding door operator called OSMA 140 that can be supplied with a wired access control system.
The maker says that OSMA 140 is suitable for most applications from low-usage entrances to high-traffic environments.
The door monitoring and controlling system enables the remote control of several doors at a time. The OSMA 140 is available as a single sliding door leaf and a two leaf bi-parting configuration.
J Durrance & Co
Movers and makers
- Dallmeier Electronic has published a catalogue called CCTV/IP- Products for CCTV Solutions to provide specifiers with an overview of its security product range. The handbook includes technical specification for cameras, recorders, sensors, CCTV components and software. It also provides case studies of their use in banks, sport venues and casinos.
- Spicewood Publishing has released a practical guide for specifiers called Smart Buildings. This provides information about the design and operation of systems such as video surveillance, lighting control and heating and shows how integrating can save money.
- Claydon Architectural Metalwork has released a guide called New Dimensions in Metalwork and Street Furniture to highlight how gates, railings and balustrades can be secure and still look good. The company’s tube-crushing techniques allow text or graphics to be added to the metalwork.
- The Association of Security Consultants will be holding its annual CONSEC Conference and Exhibition called Major Project/Event Security on Thursday 16 November at the RAF Museum in Hendon, north-west London. To get more details about the program contact email@example.com.