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21st April 2021 Issue no. 554
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This is the newest version in the A9 line, replacing the A9 Special. A9S Auto and A9 Premium.
Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe, explains why he passionately believes that the password protection elements of the Secure by Default standard should be a fundamental requirement for all video surveillance systems.
They may occur for criminal or malicious purposes, or just seen as a challenge by opportunistic hackers.
The LED illuminated sensor area for easy identification and selectable LED colors (turns from red to green or green to red) when sensor is activated. This Sensor is made from aluminum alloy and ABS plastic housing which is IP54 weather-resistant for outdoor use.
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SSAIB are proud to announce that we have achieved accreditation for BAFE's SP207 scheme for emergency evacuation systems, which are used by Fire and Rescue services to prioritise evacuation from residential high rise buildings and ensure people at risk in endangered areas can be safely evacuated.
Supporting British Standard 8629 Evacuation Alert Systems for use by fire and rescue services in buildings containing flats, this new development from BAFE - the UK's independent register of quality fire safety providers - covers the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of emergency evacuations systems that will help to provide quality evidence of competency to deliver these services.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has been a tough year for many, but tradespeople have continued to provide essential services and keep us safe and comfortable at home.
The new branding strategy includes a united logo, new platform names, an updated colour scheme and premium-designed new packaging to integrate each of Mul-T-Lock's patented platforms - creating a stronger association between the brand and the hierarchy of its products.
This important standard provides guidelines for those responsible for establishing and planning an electronic access control system (EACS) both in terms of levels of protection and levels of performance necessary to provide the degree of physical access (entry and exit) access control and protection considered appropriate for an installation.