Telguard & 2GIG Announce HomeControl for Go!Control Panels
Telguard’s HomeControl interactive solution for Go!Control panels is now available
Atlanta-based Telguard, a provider of cellular alarm communications and interactive services, and 2GIG by Linear, the Carlsbad, Calif.-based developer of security and home automation systems, announced that Telguard’s HomeControl interactive solution for Go!Control panels is now available.
Additionally, Telguard launched the TGHC Camera, a new indoor/outdoor, full-motion camera that integrates seamlessly with HomeControl, making the addition of video to the security system for any home or business easy and economical, Telguard stated.
Fully integrated with the Go!Control wireless panel, HomeControl gives users the ability to remotely arm and disarm their security system, and offers Z-Wave control and integrated video surveillance, all through a premier solution that places the dealer’s brand first, the company described.
“I had the opportunity to participate in the beta test of HomeControl on the Go!Control panel and experienced first-hand the ease of use of this feature-rich, new interactive solution,” said Jimmy Rodriguez, sales manager, Safeguard System Inc., Corpus Christi, Texas. “It is exciting to have access to a solution that combines the best of both companies to meet the life safety and lifestyle needs of our customers at an affordable price.”
Telguard’s HomeControl is offered in three service levels: Connect, Interact and Control. The Connect plan provides all life safety signaling and panel uploading. The Interact plan includes full interactive capabilities for the same price as other basic arm and disarm solutions. The Control plan allows the inclusion of Z-Wave devices. The optional View service, using the new TGHC Camera, can be added to either the Interact or Control plans. Additionally, two-way voice can be added to all three base plans.
“Security dealers were asking for options for interactive services with our 2GIG by Linear Go!Control panel. Telguard, with over 25 years of experience in the security industry, was the ideal partner to work with in order to effectively and quickly respond to their needs,” said Duane Paulson, senior vice president of Product and Market Development at Linear.
The HomeControl mobile app matches the sophistication and style users expect to see on their iPhone or Android devices, Telguard described, adding that the HomeControl online portal allows customers to quickly and easily enter account information, contacts and authorized users, and manage their systems seamlessly using any standard Web browser.
“Along with the availability of HomeControl, we are also excited to announce the expansion of our Telguard Advantage Program, providing security dealers with deeper volume discounts than ever before,” said Shawn Welsh, vice president of Marketing and Business Development at Telular.
2GIG by Linear Go!Control panels with Telguard HomeControl are now available directly through 2GIG and their distributors. Security dealers can activate the service directly with Telguard via www.TelguardOnline.com or with Telguard’s participating central station resellers. For information on the 2GIG by Linear Go!Control panel with Telguard HomeControl visit www.Telguard.com/gocontrol.
AlarMax to Distribute Moxa IP Video & Networking Products
Low-voltage distributor AlarMAX, Pittsburgh, and Brea, Calif.-based Moxa entered into an agreement in which Alarmax will distribute Moxa’s hardened IP network video surveillance products and industrial Ethernet solutions. “We are excited to sign this agreement with Moxa, which enables AlarMAX customers to purchase exceptionally rugged equipment for areas that typically could not be protected by IP video surveillance. This new partnership with Moxa reaffirms our commitment to working with the industry’s most innovative suppliers,” said Roger Graf, president of AlarMax. Moxa manufactures an array of industrial-grade IP network solutions that includes rugged IP cameras, video encoders, mobile servers, PoE Ethernet switches, wireless access points, bridge and client solutions. Moxa described it IP surveillance equipment as robust enough to deliver non-stop IP video streaming and recording functionality for extreme applications, featuring wide operating temperature ranges (-40 to 75 deg. C), level 3 EMI/EMC protection, IP66 rain/dust rating, and key industrial certifications.
For information, visit www.alarmax.com and www.moxa.com.
Bosch Security Systems received Lenel factory certification for the integration of more of the company’s IP cameras with the OnGuard® access control system v6.5 and v6.6, as well as with the Lenel Network Video Recorder 7.0. This expanded certification enables mutual customers to view live and recorded video from more models of Bosch IP cameras using Lenel NVR systems and to control and configure the cameras from within the OnGuard access control platform. The integration also allows customers to operate pan, tilt and zoom functions of Bosch cameras and to receive motion, temperature sensor, and other video alarms in the OnGuard system.
Raytec announced its integration with Milestone’s XProtect video management system. Their new range of VARIO IP network illuminators is the first range of CCTV illuminators in the world ever to be integrated into a video management system, Raytec stated. The integration is made possible via Raytec Milestone plug-in software, available free-of-charge from the Raytec website or by calling 613-270-9990 or (toll-free) 888-505-8335.
ASSA ABLOY announced that Corbin Russwin Access 700® and SARGENT Passport 1000 IP-enabled campus access control locks now include HID® multiCLASS SE™ technology. As a result, the Access 700 PIP1 and Passport 1000 P1 Power over Ethernet (PoE) and Access 700 PWI1 and Passport 1000 P2 WiFi locks now provide simultaneous support for multiple credential technologies and NFC mobile access, in addition to their existing magnetic stripe and PIN code capabilities.