1 DRONE CAMERA FLIR Systems Inc.’s and DJI Innovations’ DJI Zenmuse XT stabilized camera uses FLIR’s
thermal imaging technology for DJI’s Inspire 1 and Matrice aerial platforms. It combines DJI’s Zenmuse stabilized
microgimbal technology and FLIR’s Tau 2 thermal imaging camera core. It is designed for use by commercial drone
operators and infrastructure inspectors. Users can see in complete darkness, measure temperature remotely,
and see through smoke, dust and light fog. They can see minute temperature variances and remotely monitor
the health of mechanical and electrical equipment remotely. It is integrated with DJI’s Lightbridge live video
downlink system, and the DJI GO app will also give drone operators real-time control and recording during flight.
2 INTERCOM Leviton’s session-initiation-protocol compliant Power over Ethernet intercom door station is
designed for single-family homes and single business properties, and has a wide-angle, high-resolution IP camera,
LED for illumination, a capacitive-touch call button and relay capabilities for gate and door triggers. Designed for
use with comprehensive Omni security and automation systems, users can communicate by audio between Leviton
touchscreens acting as a traditional intercom system. Users can answer or deny a call after previewing a snapshot
of the guest and can let them inside using the on-screen relay-activation button.
3 FINGERPRINT READER Mul-T-Lock’s ENTR fingerprint reader enables users to control entry using time-
frame authorizations. It supports up to 20 users’ fingerprints or personal codes. It is easy to install and simple to
program using the OLED screen. The battery indicator lets users know when it’s low.
4 SOUNDER Honeywell Silent Knight’s SpectrAlert Advance low-frequency sounders and sounder bases are
designed by System Sensor to emit a 520 Hz tone, which studies have found more effective at waking building
occupants, including those with hearing loss. These notification appliances provide the low-frequency output to
meet current NFPA 72 standards. Users can upgrade existing installations by replacing the base.
5 LOCK Illinois Lock Co.’s E901 i-LOCK electronic cam lock has a four-button touchpad and accepts up to eight-
digit user-defined codes and offers 87,380 unique combinations. i-LOCK E9O1RSS accepts standard codes that
remain until reset, and i-LOCK E9O1R1S accepts single-use codes. It is powered by a button cell battery that warns
with an audible signal when there are 200 cycles remaining. The silver ABS plastic housing measures 3.656 inches.
Mounting hardware and cams are included.
6 POKE-THRU DEVICE Legrand’s Evolution Series 10-in. poke-thru device offers eight individual gangs of
communication and audiovisual and power capacity, eliminates the need for junction boxes, and is designed with
a durable cover assembly. Users can mix and match devices, ports and receptacles to configure each of the eight
gangs to suit their individual requirements. Heavy-duty, die-cast aluminum covers are built to withstand up to 700
lbs. of pressure as well as heavy traffic. Covers have a durable, self-aligning hinge assembly and swivel open 180
degrees. Spring-loaded-slide egress doors shut automatically when the cover is closed.