Canadian Consulting Engineer

Security Products

May 1, 2004
By Canadian Consulting Engineer



Mikron Infrared’s new DualVision 724 Remote Monitoring System is for surveillance without supplementary lighting of pump stations, pipelines, telecom/ broadcast facilities, electrical substations, etc. It combines visual and infrared cameras to produce blended images into a composite for quick analysis.

SYAC now has a line of DigiEye digital CCTV network video and audio servers: DigiEye Lite and DigiEye NS. The servers are designed for integrated security applications and have powerful real-time motion detection.

Panasonic Security Systems’ new WV-CW474A camera uses Super Dynamic II technology with day/night capabilities and 480 lines of horizontal resolution. The company’s HYB Hybrid Network Server simplifies the migration from an analog to a digital systems platform.

Siemens Building Technologies’ Dallas Central Monitoring Station has earned the “five diamond” certification from the Central Station Alarm Association. Siemens operates stations in Dallas, Texas and Washington, D.C. which back up each other and operate continuously across four time zones.


R. Moroz of Markham, Ontario has a new line of 13.56 MHz readers and cards for security and access systems. Manufactured by Texas Instruments as part of the S6400 series, the TI Radio Frequency Identification (TI-RFid) system cards have 2000-bit programmable memory.

Cypress Computer Systems has launched its CVX-1200 MultiBender data converter for card access control systems. The converter can incorporate over 100 common reader interface formats in its onboard memory, making it useful for making existing cards and readers compatible with new controllers.


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