The SQS (Security Qube System) range of sophisticated security cases is now available in South Africa. It provides for safe, simple handling and transporting of money.
The cases have no less than 10 different safety features working independently. Infrared keys open the cases and no charging of the units is necessary. At the heart of the SQS is a patented colouring system that will even dye bank notes wrapped in plastic.
The SQS system includes a number of products. The smallest security box in the SQS system is the Q-Box 200. It is suitable for the cash handling of small-to-medium sized companies, whereas the Q-Case 300 briefcase is suitable for medium-sized companies. The Q-Case 400 security briefcase will meet the cash handling needs of medium-to-large companies as well as security companies. The Q-Case 500 is the largest security case in the SQS system; it is most suited to security companies.
The entire range has a patented electronic protection system that complies with the rigorous Swedish SSF standard for cash transportation.
Integrated tracking options
The SQS products can be equipped with satellite and other radio-based tracking systems for easy tracking of briefcases as a whole or individual units in the event of a robbery. This feature also allows for remote detonation of the dye bomb in the case. The system is based on a Swedish-developed technique which enables the pinpointing of the unit through communication between a transmitter located in the unit and the GSM network. The transmitter also contains a beacon that can be picked up by standard direction finding equipment.
For details contact Adrian Hofmeyr of AMS Security Division on telephone (011) 315 1002 or fax (011) 315 1645.
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