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We are considering an integrated security solution;
combination of burglar alarm, fire alarm, access control, etc.
However, the client don't want a system merely putted together.
They need a combined system.
For example, if fire happened, access control unlock the all door's electric
locks.
During arm status, all lock don't open the door even if any access card's
attempting.
Of course, these specification is already available.

We need any other combined specification for integrated security solution.
Saving money, saving energy, synergy of burglar, fire and access control,
etc.
We need a your good experience and advice.
Thanks in advance.
yongil@magicn.com





Integrated security solution
We are considering an integrated security solution;
combination of burglar alarm, fire alarm, access control, etc.
However, the client don't want a system merely putted together.
They need a combined system.
For example, if fire happened, access control unlock the all door's electric
locks.
During arm status, all lock don't open the door even if any access card's
attempting.
Of course, these specification is already available.

We need any other combined specification for integrated security solution.
Saving money, saving energy, synergy of burglar, fire and access control,
etc.
We need a your good experience and advice.
Thanks in advance.
yongil@magicn.com






Re: Integrated security solution
I fully recommend that you connect all systems to PC that has an
installed automation to control all scenarios. There are a few
automations on the market where you can connect fire, access control,
CCTV, burglary, perimiter protection, etc.
In these type of automations you can create scenarios and trip external
relays to activate remote equipment. For example: We did a project that
was 65000m2. The perimeter was protected by MW/IR Dual Beams. These
were connected to a PC that controlled everything. What do I mean by
everything. The dome cameras automatically turned to the point of
entry, trip the digital recorder and alerted the security guards. The
software also controlled lighting (such as external lighting is
activated at certain times), air conditioning (the system automatically
activated the air conditioning when the temperatures were increasing.
So the offices were cool in the morning before anybody else was at
work), Access Control (where some regions were not allowed after
certain times), Fire detection (linked and backed up by CCTV). The
system connected the whole infrastructure reducing manpower and
increasing the security.
The best automation for such an application is the one made by
Honeywell. But it is the most expensive alternative. The one we used
was called SESAM. The only problem with SESAM is that it did not have
drivers for all equipment. So we had to develop them ourselves. But in
the end it turned out to be alright.
Good luck.



Re: Integrated security solution
If this is a small to medium size commercial application you may want to
consider the Ademco Vista-128 series.  They do a decent job of burg, fire
alarm and access control.

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Regards,
Robert L Bass

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2291 Pine View Circle
Sarasota · Florida · 34231
877-722-8900 Sales & Tech Support
http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
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You're way off base here...  Paradox is his answer...  It'll do all that and
it's *Canadian* to boot...

Have a look at Elk's M1-Gold, too ('bout the only *real American* panel
worth consideration...  besides DMP).  Ademco's stuff is made in Mexico.
:-))




Re: Integrated security solution
Frank Olson wrote:
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So is Tecate and Carta Blanca, which are better than any Canadian beer I
ever had.
js




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They have beer in Canada?


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Not really.  It's swill but they like to call it beer.




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Bet you drank it when you were a draft dodger.
It's amazing the someone who claimed a bad back to dodge the military
spent "years" installing alarm systems.



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It's "near beer"...  The water's imported from some backyard "spring" in
Sarasota, Florida...  ;-)




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Frank Olson wrote:
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Nah! The DEC is closing down all Sarasota springs. Seems there's
polution of some sort getting into all the water. Test indicate it's
the consistancy of hamburger grease, but they're trying to find the
origin. They say it has to be a huge source. Just HUGE!



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Frank Olson wrote:
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Nah! The DEC is closing down all Sarasota springs. Seems there's
polution of some sort getting into all the water. Test indicate it's
the consistancy of hamburger grease, but they're trying to find the
origin. They say it has to be a huge source. Just HUGE!

Sounds like a ticking time boob, Oops..... bomb to me.




Re: Integrated security solution
Not any worth drinking

They have beer in Canada?


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Best not, Mark. You'd fall asleep after the second one.

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Out of boredom :)

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Crash Gordon® wrote:
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They think so.
js




Re: Integrated security solution
Not any more worth considering.  Canadian stuff was great beer before the
influence of Coors, and all the other American piss water.  Now that the
Molson family sold out to Coors, (Molson-Coors is now the 5th largerst beer
company) its all over.  The only real hope are all the micro-breweries whose
quality makes them stand out.  Great European beers are also available which
meet the Bavarian Purity laws.

If you drink Light beer, then the above lament doesn't apply to you.  Enjoy!

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