Waterproof, non-metallic polycarbonate or fiberglass enclosures are durable and reliable, helping to guard devices against weather, vandalism, tampering and theft. For use where control panels, medical equipment, alarm panels, wireless equipment, DVRs and more require protection from rain, sleet, snow, splashing water, hose directed water and impact. Variety of sizes and options available. Fiberglass enclosure offers a clear or opaque door; polycarbonate enclosure offers a tinted or opaque door. All covers have a removable door that is lockable or screw-down, optional stationary or swing panels and ventilation options (A/C, heat, hygrostats, and thermostats). Rated UL/cUL 50 Type 3R, 4, 4X, 6P, 12, IP66, UL/cUL Listed.
Vivotek continues to shine with new product technologies, form factors and a leading Cybersecurity initiative. The MS9321 (pictured below) is their newest 20MP, 180° camera that was very impressive and very small. They have multiple sized fisheyes and a WiFi 4 camera kit offering. We have one installed at the LRG Support Center- Rapid deployment/great picture.
L-R: Alan Green- Director of Sales for NA, Michael Schmitz- National Distribution Manager, Owen Chen- Chairman Vivotek Taiwan and Chris Lanier of LRG
With the addition of the ACMS8 to the Altronix portfolio, integrators now have the ability to choose 12VDC or 24VDC by output from a single power source when stacked with a VR6 voltage regulator. The Bi-Color LED’s provide visual indication of the output settings and the stackable design saves valuable enclosure space.
Zenitel/Stentofon showed prospects at GSX their new TCIS-C1 2 Button Emergency / Information IP/SIP Turbine Station. The ruggedness and patented audio that Stentofon is famous for along with an optional adaptor plate for stanchion also use. In stock and UL Listed!
Stentofon had staffing supporting key business partners in their booths, including Lenel, AMAG and Milestone. LRG’s Conrad Hartwig caught up with Stentofon’s VP of Sales on the show floor.
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The Age of Voice Voice is evolving as an active partner in the security industry
We all are talking to machines these days. We talk to assistants in our home, in our cars and on our phones. By using our voice, we feel more engaged (Thanks to Alexa!). We also become more productive, freeing our hands and minds for other tasks.
At the same time we are communicating with the machines, we are teaching them about us. The more we engage the better they can assist and anticipate our needs.
Even at this stage in the technology, we still have our issues. The exceptional user experience is still wanting. Often it is due to the limitations of clarity that befuddles the machine and leads to multiple attempts by the user to communicate.
With all these issues, how is voice evolving to meet the needs of organizational security?
It turns out, there are very similar problems that have diluted voice’s promise.
LRG Inc. recently held its biannual company meeting at its Jasper, Texas Support Center. Previous company meetings, usually week-long sessions of LRG strategic and long-range planning, as well as territory and team break-out sessions, were dwarfed by this year’s “BME” (“Best Meeting Ever” in LRG-speak).
The first day and a half were full and productive with the normal team agenda, enriched by a series of 1-hour vendor presentations by visiting representatives of LRG’s industry partners highlighting new products, updates with existing solutions and fielded questions from the LRG team as part of its ongoing effort to provide top-tier customer support.
The highlight of Day 2 was the LRG Support Center Open House. Participating in the celebration were 14 guest vendors, local dignitaries and community leaders, the Jasper Chamber of Commerce, and the Jasper Economic Development Corporation. The open house featured a ribbon-cutting ceremony, tours of the new facility and its state-of-the-art technology assets.
The 7,500 square foot Support Center accommodates and supports LRG's growing client base and staff. It features a large dedicated demonstration and training room equipped with fiber connectivity for voice, data and remote streaming demos. The Support Center also includes a large warehouse, ideal for staging regional events needs and product rollouts. Guests were also treated to a display highlighting the beauty of Jasper and East Texas, as well an exhibition of 9/11 memorabilia, including an actual FDNY firefighter’s helmet from a ladder company that went into action that day in history.
The week concluded with the vendors, the entire LRG outside sales team and members of the inside sales support team loading up their vehicles and heading to Houston for an 18-table industry expo event. “This was indeed an epic week for LRG that also coincided with our 17th Anniversary as a company” said LRG President Chris Lanier. “We are very grateful for our vendor partners and resellers that have made LRG a viable organization to partner with.”