Essential Install December 2016 - Page 48

Essential Install | Security DID YOU KNOW: Someone is home during nearly three out of every 10 burglaries Stay Jung with this range of modular internal control panels Samsung is looking to redefine the fisheye camera sector with its new launch return home and with a single swipe access the property as well as set off a ‘welcome home’ macro for other devices in the home. The Invixium Merge can emulate industry standard smart card readers, so upgrading many existing access control systems should be straightforward. The system also has the ability to add a ‘duress’ fingerprint to the Merge, so a user can discretely alert the system that access has been compromised. Eaton has been busy of late and introduces its new ‘stylish’ flush keypad for security systems in the commercial and residential sectors. The idea is to add some aesthetic credentials to the KEY-FKPZ keypads as well as offer ease of installation. “Alongside our existing range of stylish keypads, there is often a requirement for particular premises to have an even more aesthetically pleasing security keypad solution that does not detract from the smooth surface of the wall,” says Tony Walsh, vice president of engineering and security product line leader at Eaton. “We have been creative in how we have overcome the challenge of low profile and ease of installation.” The keypad is designed to fit a single-gang back box and the KEYFKPZ family are compatible with the full range of i-on and Menvier alarm panels using software version 4.04 and higher. Five finishes; polished chrome, brushed chrome, brass, piano black and high-gloss white are available. The KEY-FKPZ keypads include a large LCD display and backlighting. Once mounted, the navigation key provides access for the installer to configure and the user to set and unset the security system. As an additional feature, the keypad menu allows the installer to turn the status LED on or off. The keypad’s two zone inputs expand the installation options and provide flexibility for wiring additional zones. An integrated proximity tag reader is included with terminals for two fully supervised loop (FSL) zones or one four-wire closed circuit loop (CC) zone, which also has a programmable output and loud speaker connections. Door Entry IP continues its support and supply of highquality access products from the Jung and Siedle brands. Recent pro duct additions include the Jung SC7 Smart Control 7in access control panel which can be installed either vertically or horizontally, depending on its intended purpose and individual preference. The product is intended to deliver an elegant look, available in aluminium or black. The Jung brand also includes a choice of modular indoor stations. The distributor says, there is not only an extensive design selection available, but they are also extremely flexible due to their modular construction. Video, audio and push-button modules can be mounted together in a multiple frame or separately in single frames. When combined with the abundance of JUNG design ranges, Door Entry IP says there is a wide variety in terms of material, colour and shape. Moving over to the Siedle brand, the new Siedle STEEL video entry panel is manufactured from V4a grade stainless steel and can interface seamlessly with JUNG indoor stations. Moving over into the commercial sector, new from Samsung is the Wisenet P 4K 360° fisheye camera launched by Hanwha Techwin. The company has made the rather bold claim of wanting to set a new standard for 360° fisheye cameras. Capturing ‘need to be seen to be believed’ 12 megapixel 360° images and with on-board dewarping, the maker says the PNF-9010R offers a variety of alternative viewing modes, including single panorama, double panorama and quad views. In addition, the PNF9010R has a number of other features which Samsung says make it stand out from the crowd. These include licence-free on-board camera heatmapping and people – counting analytics. In addition to providing a powerful tool to deter and detect criminal 46 | December 2016 Security.indd 46 15/12/2016 17:24