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Building Security Product Award For Videx

Videx Inc. : 01 December, 2011  (Company News)
The Cyberlock Flex Door System from Videz has taken an award at a Dallas Event for the best building system security product
Building Security Product Award For Videx
Videx won the “Best Building System Security Product” award for its new CyberLock Flex System Door & I/O module at the WFX event in Dallas. Jim McGowan, Videx VP of Sales & Marketing, shares, “The award has great meaning for us and we appreciate all the time and effort that went into the selection process. We are delighted that the panel of judges recognized the Flex System Door & I/O module as an innovative solution benefiting the house of worship market.”

McGowan adds, “For over a decade, churches have benefited from the key-centric, non-wired access solution CyberLock provides. The new Flex System Door and I/O module extends those benefits to wired door access. Now, a worship facility can integrate Flex hardwired hardware and non-wired CyberLock eCylinders and smart padlocks to create a cost effective access control system that is tailored to their security needs and operates under one web-based access management software.”

The CyberLock Flex System Door and I/O module activates a variety of relay-based devices such as electric door strikes, security cameras, safety lights, and remote alarms. It also receives input from door sensors, Request to Exit (RTE), and Wiegand compatible devices.”
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