classic | mobile
Follow us on:
Follow us on Facebook  Share via Twitter  Share via LinkedIn
 

Search...
Hi-Tech Security Solutions Business Directory
Residential Estate Security Handbook 2018


Low-voltage monitoring solves barrier fencing costs
August 2018, Products

With the new legislation pertaining to security electric fencing now in operation, many housing and industrial estates are faced with the prospect of having to erect expensive barrier fences in front of their existing high-powered, monitored, electric security fences. The good news is there is no need to panic, as the new JVA ZLM4 low-voltage monitor solves this dilemma.

By simply attaching a JVA ZLM4 to the portion of electric fence below 1,5 metres and monitoring this portion with low voltage, which is quite legal, the monitoring capability of the fence is retained. Admittedly one will lose the deterrent high-voltage shock but the fence will still retain its aggressive appearance and its monitoring capabilities. What is more, the JVA ZLM4 is a four-sector monitor, so with a bit of simple wiring reconfiguration the sectorisation of one’s fence can be increased, thereby reducing reaction time.

These JVA ZLM4 units have also been installed on fences that meet the legal requirements, but which during the day contain the general public within the secured area, e.g. schools, senior citizen complexes, sporting facilities and carparks. These facilities are now running their fences on low power during the day and then stepping them back up to high power at night when no one is present, giving them the best of both worlds.

For more information contact Shaun Williamson, Stafix, +27 11 397 3507, efc@stafix.co.za, www.stafix.co.za


Credit(s)

Tel: +27 11 397 3507
Fax: +27 11 397 7610
Email: efc@stafix.co.za
www: www.stafix.co.za
Articles: More information about Stafix

  Share via Twitter   Share via LinkedIn      

Further reading:

  • Panasonic’s Face Recognition Server
    November 2018, Panasonic South Africa, Access Control & Identity Management, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products
    Panasonic has adopted deep learning technology in its face recognition products that overcomes the difficulties of conventional technologies.
  • Aesthetics and access
    November 2018, Access Control & Identity Management, Products
    IDF Aluminium has installed transom closers and latch locks from Alpro Architectural Hardware at a building that provides premium co-working and flexible office space.
  • Accessing Toyota
    November 2018, Access Control & Identity Management, Integrated Solutions, Products
    Upgrade delivers unified access control for motor manufacturer, replacing a legacy system that was no longer future-proof.
  • Fresh supermarket surveillance
    November 2018, Hikvision South Africa, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products
    A total of 450 compact outdoor dome cameras with 4 mm lenses were ordered and installed for Food Plus, a supermarket chain in Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Smart home security services
    November 2018, Fidelity Security Group, Security Services & Risk Management, Products
    SecureHome enables you to view the status of your home security, quickly arm or disarm your alarm system, and receive alerts using your smartphone.
  • Protecting constantly connected users
    November 2018, Products, Cyber Security
    The latest versions of ESET security products offer multi-layered protection, enhanced IoT protection, product referral and a new security report feature.
  • Smart security hub
    November 2018, Sentian, Products, Integrated Solutions, IT infrastructure
    With Sentian, commercial users can upgrade their installed security assets, and installers can upsell smart security to their existing clients, at a significant cost advantage because it builds off existing, installed security solutions.
  • 2D barcode scanners
    November 2018, Excellent ID, Products, Access Control & Identity Management
    The latest-generation eSkan 2D barcode scanner from EXID includes a touchscreen that enables users to manually enter additional details.
  • Using facial recognition to combat human trafficking
    November 2018, Forbatt SA, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products
    Forbatt SA’s Falcon facial recognition technology from Kedacom is fast gaining popularity with government agencies throughout the world.
  • A wave at biometrics
    November 2018, IDEMIA , Access Control & Identity Management, Products
    MorphoWave technology scans all four fingers in 3D with a simple wave of the hand, capturing 30% more data per finger than with traditional systems.
  • Thermal deep learning bullet cameras
    November 2018, Hikvision South Africa, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Fire & Safety, Products
    Hikvision has released updated versions of its thermal deep learning bullet cameras, which will bring enhanced capabilities to perimeter security, including advanced fire detection technology.
  • MIC IP fusion 9000i
    November 2018, Bosch Building Technologies, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products
    Bosch has taken extreme measures to develop its MIC IP family of extremely rugged moving cameras to ensure they perform in practically any environment.

 
 
         
Contact:
Technews Publishing (Pty) Ltd
1st Floor, Stabilitas House
265 Kent Ave, Randburg, 2194
South Africa
Publications by Technews
Dataweek Electronics & Communications Technology
Electronic Buyers Guide (EBG)

Hi-Tech Security Solutions
Hi-Tech Security Business Directory (HSBD)

Motion Control in Southern Africa
Motion Control Buyers’ Guide (MCBG)

South African Instrumentation & Control
South African Instrumentation & Control Buyers’ Guide (IBG)
Other
Terms & conditions of use, including privacy policy
PAIA Manual
         
    Mobile | Classic

Copyright © Technews Publishing (Pty) Ltd. All rights reserved.