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Day of CEU’s
March 5 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm$49.00 – $79.00
8:00-10:00 Digital Watchdog presents Cloud management made easy
Discover how cloud can be easy and used to create monthly RMR on video. Cloud management can eliminate the need for port forwarding.
10:00-12:00 Napco Security presents Fire Link Training
The new all-in-one, lowest-cost cellular fire alarm system solution available, for meeting today’s fire codes & life safety needs.
- Lowest-Cost advanced fire alarm system/cellular solution • All-in-One Design saves labor & equipment costs – FACP/Cell/Annunciator with onboard 4A power supply & sync module • Reports Fire Alarms on latest LTE® network for long-life sole path alarm reporting to any monitoring station • Installs in minutes – Ready out-of-the-box Preprogrammed for 8 conventional zones • Expandable up to 32 zones (2 NACs, 2A@24V) including wireless & addressable devices, for easy standardization • Proven StarLink Fire® Cellular reliability (inside) plus $100 Tradeup-Incentive-Eligible* • Backed by Napco 36-Month Warranty • Code-compliant NFPA 72, UL, CSFM, NYCFD’
1:00-3:00 Patrick Schuch presents How To Avoid Access Control Power Problems in the Real World & Door Openings & Access Control Hardware
Designed for dealers, installers and integrators, this practical, hands-on design and installation module will ensure attendees understand why power requirements are different for electrified access control hardware vs other devices or fire and life safety systems, and that one size does not fit all. Session attendees will be taken through access control industry stats, basic power concepts, intermediate system design process, troubleshooting, and benefits to the proper application of power to electrified access control hardware in the real world.
This presentation is designed to teach the attendee how to properly assess existing openings to make the proper decisions for providing electronic retrofit solutions. This will include comprehending the existing opening, identifying the existing hardware, reviewing some building and fire code requirements, and of course specifying the correct electronic looking hardware. We will also cover special system design, how to provide mantrap, interlock and other special looking arrangement systems to the end user. Upon conclusion, attendee will have clarity on how to evaluate the opening and identify the right locking hardware opportunities to increase profits.
3:00-5:00 ZKTECOUSA presents Access control 101