Invixium Access Inc., a Canadian manufacturer of next-generation biometric products and solutions, has announced that it has expanded its distribution and Ingram Micro India Ltd. will now distribute Invixium’s IXM product line of modern biometric access control solutions to channel partners throughout India. The partnership is expected to fulfill the ever growing demand in India… Continue Reading »
Category Archives: Access Control
The Securitron R100 Surface Mounted Wireless Reader offers an elegant way to extend access control to glass, stone, granite or marble entryways. The R100 uses wireless communication between the reader and an Aperio® hub to connect to the access control system. Installation of the R100 is simple and convenient, requiring no drilling or pulling of… Continue Reading »
While the computer industry has stopped offering RS-232 ports as a standard on computers, quite a significant number of security equipments still use this type of connection to operate PTZ mechanisms and to interconnect other devices. Reproduced below is an older article to help you understand these connections better.
The first, and possibly the most important thing to do is to check that your sliding gate is running smoothly along the whole length of the track, and that it is in good condition. That is, no rust or rot. If its hard to push or pull, or binds on the track, fix the problem… Continue Reading »
There are three common types of barcode printing technology: Dot Matrix, Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer. In this text we focus on Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer. Every label and ticket printer needs labels or tickets to print. To guarantee optimal performance when printing labels or tickets, specific label material, and sometimes ribbon, is required…. Continue Reading »
This document is designed to help you specify an electronic access control system. This has been considered a minefield in the past by people more familiar with intruder alarms and CCTV – but these days manufacturers strive to supply “usable” products that require little, if any, training. Common sense and this document are all you… Continue Reading »