Atlantic Mutual's SAVE (Sprinkler Analysis Verification Evaluation) software enables loss control professionals and agents to more quickly evaluate a customer's fire sprinkler system and water supply, resulting in a more accurate assessment and better protection of property and business assets. SAVE automatically calculates sprinkler design adequacy, including density and area adjustments, pipe schedule capabilities, water supply adequacy for sprinklers and hose demand, two-inch drain test flow estimates and in-rack demands. The program's series of drop-down menus guide the user through all of the factors needed to evaluate a sprinkler system. The software automatically plots available water supply vs. system demand. For more information, visit www.atlanticmutual.com.
Genesis Cable Systems, LLC, introduced a new line of access control cables, featuring four individually shielded cable groups under a single jacket. The cable's conductor groupings are separated using uniquely colored overall foil wraps for quick, accurate identification. A stranded drain wire and either a green non-plenum or a yellow PVC plenum jacket shield the components. The cables are specifically designed for wiring door strikes, card readers, door contacts or requests for exit applications in public buildings such as hospitals, government offices and commercial and retail outlets. For more information, visit www.genesiscable.com.
GE Interlogix Video Systems Group's privacy masks on CyberDome Day-Nite 25Xand 18X PTZcameras let administrators customize the field of view as needed to maintain security while protecting privacy rights. Although all CyberDome cameras provide 360 degrees of surveillance, users can now block portions by programming up to 24 privacy masks per camera with as many as eight masks visible at any time. All CyberDome cameras also feature remote temperature monitoring, a pressure sensor on PressureDome models and user-defined titles for all programmable presets. For more information, visit www.ge-interlogix.com.
Silent Knight, part of Honeywell's Fire Systems Group, introduced its new IFP-50 intelligent analog/addressable fire control panel, which has drift compensation and features two notification appliance circuits that can be programmed for notification outputs or auxiliary power. The fire panel also has a built-in, dual-line digital fire communicator, Form C trouble relay and two programmable Form C relays. In addition, IFP-50 has built-in support for 50 analog addressable modules and uses standard wire-shielded or twisted pair is not required. A pre-trouble maintenance alert identifies problems before they happen, and the fire panel also uses an integrated digital communicator for remote reporting of system activity and programming. For more information, visit www.silentknight.com.
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Toshiba Security & Network Video Products has released SCS Version 2.0, a video management software suite that allows security professionals to manage and monitor more than 100 Toshiba Surveillix digital video records simultaneously. …