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building technology PRODUCTS Video-surveillance cameras EDITORS' CHOICE Starlight cameras are said to deliver high-quality video surveillance even in extremely low-light conditions. Enhancements to the line include improved light sensitivity, front and backlight compensation, higher frame rates and a wider choice of resolutions and form factors. All IP 6000, 7000, and 8000 models use Bosch video analytics at the edge as standard. The line offers a wide selection of resolutions and form factors, including fixed box, fixed dome, or moving dome cameras, along with rugged moving cameras. Dynamic ranges to 120 dB and frame rates to 60 frames/sec. are available. Bosch Security Systems, Fairport, NY Circle 71 Portable load bank control Sigma LT is a hand-held, remote controller that networks as many as 25 load banks using CAN bus communications protocol. Operators can monitor and control all networked load banks, or a single unit in the network, to 800 ft. The unit can vary, accept, or reject load on a single unit. Applications include data center simulation of hot zones to determine how an HVAC system reacts to temperature changes at specific server rack locations. A color touchscreen displays three-phase voltage, power, current, and frequency readings, along with selected load. Covert, compact cameras Covert, compact cameras: * Covert model analytics include audio and face detection * Teller camera sits on desk or counter * Applications include data-center racks An expanded line of covert and compact cameras includes the 2 megapixel SNB6010B and SNB-6011B covert cameras and the 2 megapixel SNB-T-6010 teller camera. Applications include banks, ATMs, height strips, or data-center racks. The covert models feature analytics including audio detection, face detection with metadata, tamper detection, virtual line, enter/exit, and (dis)appear detection. The teller camera features a housing designed for use on a desk or counter. Hanwha Techwin America, Ridgefield Park, NJ Circle 70 44 COMMERCI A L A RCHI T EC T URE MAY 2016 ASCO Power Technology, Florham Park, NJ Circle 72 Building automation The company's iWorX control platform includes expanded capabilities to provide an updated graphical user experience. A tablet, PC, or smart phone now acts as the local control interface for monitoring, system diagnostics, and the new graphics. Touchscreen control, Wi-Fi connections, and ready automatic updates using an app provide additional ease of use. Taco Inc., East Greenwich, RI Circle 73 Wireless lock system Schlage NDE wireless lock series with Engage technology facilitates smooth building traffic while supporting access inside and egress throughout a facility. The Engage feature allows use of web and mobile application tools to manage access throughout a site. Allegion, Carmel, IN Circle 74

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Commercial Architecture May 2016

The Architects
Regulations Shape Hospital Design
Architectural Glass Goes First Class
Healthcare Green Design
Interiors Products
Insulation Chills Cold-Storage Facility
Exteriors Products
Dynamic Glass Transforms Elevated Oasis
High-Speed Doors Add Zip To Service Center
Windows & Doors Products
Controlling The Sun
Building Technology Products
VRF Holds Key To Detroit Renovation
Tankless Units Heat Water For 17 Stories
HVAC & Plumbing Products
Retrofit Cuts Operation Costs by 85%
Power Monitor Tracks Non-Light Loads, Too
Lighting & Electrical Products

Commercial Architecture May 2016