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Motion Sensor Triggers AutoSlide Door to Open when IR Beam is Broken

November 10, 2012 Leave a comment

SlideRight AS06/WS AutoSlide Infrared Motion Sensor, Single

The AutoSlide™ Infrared (IR) Motion Sensor from SlideRight is an add-on accessory for AutoSlide automatic sliding door bundle systems and includes 1 sensor. The IR Motion Sensor hardwired to the AutoSlide and installed above the sliding door. When the IR beam from the sensor is broken by an approaching person the AutoSlide system will immediately be triggered to open the door and provide hands-free convenience. This is especially helpful when your hands are full or if a certain family member has trouble remembering to shut the door behind them allowing bugs in and causing the thermostat to work harder than it needs to. The IR beam height is adjustable allowing for it to be set so that an approaching young child will not activate the door and be given easy access outside of the home. Because the IR Sensor is hardwired to the AutoSlide system it does not require any batteries for operation. It is important to note that installation of only 1 IR Motion Sensor will only automate the sliding door one-way. To fully automate your sliding door from the inside and outside 2 IR Motion Sensors will need to be installed.
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Combination Lock Box Safely and Securely Stores up to 20 Keys at Once

October 13, 2012 Leave a comment

LockState LS-KD220 Key Lock Box for 20 KeysLockState’s LS-KD220 Key Lock Box is a compact and wall mountable storage solutions for keys. Pre-drilled holes and included mounting hardware make installation of the Key Lock Box a breeze. The Lock Box holds up to 20 keys and is protected by a 3-digit dial combination lock to prevent unauthorized access. Inside the Key Lock Box are 20 numbered slots to make organizing and finding keys a simple task and even includes 20 key tags. The Key Lock Box for 20 Keys is an ideal storage container for multiple keys at home or the office..

  • Securely holds up to 20 keys
  • Combination lock prevents unauthorized access
  • Pre-drilled mounting holes
  • Numbered slots and included key tags

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Delay a Person’s Exit from Your Property

September 20, 2012 Leave a comment

A security device, designed to slow someone down from exiting the premises

SECO-LARM SA-025EQ Enforcer Delayed Egress Timer
The SA-025EQ is a Delayed Egress Timer from SECO-LARM. Egress timers are used as a security device to delay a person’s exit from a location, such as delaying someone from exiting through a door. The egress timer will delay the unlocking of a door as to delay this person’s exit. Such a use is implemented to help deter someone from stealing something from a property like a store or to have a bit more time to actually stop them from leaving the premises. The SA-025EQ provides many features that should meet most uses. It provides three Relock Modes such as standard manual relocking, BOCA (Building Officials Code Administrators) relocking, and timed relocking. A programmable nuisance delay timer, adjustable pre and post delay timer, and a door status input and LED indicator complete the SA-025EQ, assuring that it remains a versatile and feature rich device for your security needs.

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One key to home convenience is…eliminating the need for unnecessary keys!

August 9, 2012 Leave a comment

Design House 702548 Electronic Keypad Deadbolt, Brushed BronzeWith an Electronic Keypad Deadbolt from Design House you can eliminate your need for a house key while at the same time upgrading the décor of your home. This Electronic Deadbolt has a 12-button keypad and is powered by 4 AA batteries (sold separately). The keypad is backlit for added convenience at night so that punching in an entry password is just as easy as it would be during the day. The Keypad Deadbolt can hold as many as 300 entry passwords with 1 of them serving as the Master Code. The Master Code has override functions to add/remove passwords as well as activating various modes of the lock such as disabling use for all codes except the Master Code. Access passwords consist of 6-digit codes that, when input and accepted, will illuminate a green LED indicator light and unlock the deadbolt for entrance. In the event the Electronic Deadbolt’s batteries die, the door lock can still be opened and closed through the use of an included emergency override key. The Electronic Keypad Deadbolt has an adjustable backset of 2-3/8″ or 2-3/4″ and is designed for door thicknesses of 1-3/8″ to 1-3/4″. This door lock has a Grade 2 Security rating meaning it is designed and built to provide excellent durability and security for residential applications as well as light commercial applications.
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Electronic Keypad Deadbolt Provides Keyless Entry to Home or Office

August 7, 2012 Leave a comment

Design House 702530 Electronic Keypad Deadbolt, Satin Nickel
One key to home convenience is…eliminating the need for unnecessary keys! With an Electronic Keypad Deadbolt from Design House you can eliminate your need for a house key while at the same time upgrading the décor of your home. This Electronic Deadbolt has a 12-button keypad and is powered by 4 AA batteries sold separately). The keypad is backlit for added convenience at night so that punching in an entry password is just as easy as it would be during the day. The Keypad Deadbolt can hold as many as 300 entry passwords with 1 of them serving as the Master Code. The Master Code has override functions to add/remove passwords as well as activating various modes of the lock such as disabling use for all codes except the Master Code. Access passwords consist of 6-digit codes that, when input and accepted, will illuminate a green LED indicator light and unlock the deadbolt for entrance. In the event the Electronic Deadbolt’s batteries die, the door lock can still be opened and closed through the use of an included emergency override key. The Electronic Keypad Deadbolt has an adjustable backset of 2-3/8″ or 2-3/4″ and is designed for door thicknesses of 1-3/8″ to 1-3/4″. This door lock has a Grade 2 Security rating meaning it is designed and built to provide excellent durability and security for residential applications as well as light commercial applications.
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Extremely Quiet Yet Powerful and Durable Garage Door Opener

July 13, 2012 Leave a comment

Skylink EQ-1522 1/2 HP Residential Garage Door Opener with 3-Button Wall Console

Skylink’s EQ Series Garage Door Opener is an easy to install, very quiet garage door opener. It features a 1/2 hp DC chain driven motor featuring soft start and soft stop. The optimal self-learning force is strong enough to open/close the garage door, but sensitive enough to detect any obstacles. The automatic light starts to dim before turning off so it won’t leave you suddenly in the dark. The door opener also features Rolling Code Technology, an encrypted code that is different from the previous code is generated for every remote activation.

Skylink residential garage door openers are affordable and offer reliability and durability. They are precision engineered to provide ultimate safety and security features. Skylink garage door openers employ a DC motor to provide quiet operation, reduced noise pollution from traditional products, and help you enjoy a quiet and comfortable life environment.

  • Extremely Quiet Operation
  • Powerful ½ HP DC Motor
  • Soft starting and soft stopping motor operation
  • Optimal Self Learning Force
  • Automatic Light Dimming – Light starts to dim before it turns off
  • Door automatically reverses if an obstacle is detected beneath the door while closing
  • Durable Chain Drive with sectional rail
  • Easy to Install
  • Backup by Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), (Not Included)
  • Rolling Code Technology – An encrypted code that is different from the previous code is generated for every remote activation

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Biometric and Numeric Code Entry can be added to Electronic Strike, Magnetic Lock or Garage Door

July 11, 2012 Leave a comment

Xceltronix i-touch/i-access i-Touch with i-Access Kit

  • Biometric control for garage door, electronic strike or magnetic lock
  • Recognizes up to 30 fingerprints and numeric codes
  • Temporary access can be granted up to 30 days
  • Mountable in both indoors and out
  • Provides safety and security through keyless entry

Xceltronix’s i-Touch with i-Access Kit adds keyless entry to an electronic strike, magnetic lock or garage door by allowing users to open either with a verified fingerprint scan or numeric code. The i-Touch device can store up to 30 fingerprints and 30 numeric codes allowing whoever holds the master code to determine which are permanent and which are temporary. Temporary access codes or fingerprints can be made active for between 1 and 30 days. The i-Access should be mounted in a secure area as it is the gatekeeper permitting and denying entrance to its connected door. For proper setup the i-Access should be mounted near the i-Touch and does not need to be mounted next to the door opener. Both the i-Touch and i-Access can be mounted either indoors or out depending upon the application desired.

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