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New Security Panel with Touch Key Pad

Ness Security Products now have a touch Keypad on the Navigator Panel.

DISS found it was a pleasure to install the new Ness Navigator  Touch Screen Keypad. It is one the best looking and most functional alarm interface ever made. The Interface was a dream to use and once we got over the touch press feel of the keypad it was effortless. Many options were available from default. The plain English text reduced error which has been a problem with the standard code-pad imputing methods. The only negative was that the Home Mode was not made default for all zones. However, a nice panel that DISS will slot into it range of panels.

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Teamed with the feature-packed new D8x and D16x version 7 panels, Navigator provides both the user and the installer with unrivalled ease of use.

Navigator’s many display screens make it easy to view all your zones with your own text descriptions, get help and prompts for arming. disarming, operating outputs, emergency alarms and much more.

Operating your Ness alarm system is easier!

Compatible with:
106-110 Ness D8x Navigator Control Panel
106-112 Ness D16x Navigator Control Panel

 

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Digital Integrated Security Systems and Tyco C-Cure 800

 

Digital Integrated Security Systems is fully accredited for Ccure 800. Nigel was trained in Europe by Evolution Security at Shell Global Security office in London. Nigel’s accreditation covers  all areas to this product.

 

 

Shell Enjoys Global Access

Having so many locations made it a challenge for Shell to find consistency in its technologies and processes. The introduction of a global IT infrastructure led to use of C•CURE 800, a security management system from Software House.

Shell has 65,000 properties around the world, ranging from offices to refineries to gas and petrol stations. The associated risks vary greatly. Like many companies, Shell is concerned not only with securing these facilities, but also with maximizing every technology investment, including using access control systems for real estate management and other business purposes. Having so many locations made it a challenge for Shell to find consistency in its technologies and processes. The introduction of a global IT infrastructure led to use of C•CURE 800, a security management system from Software House.Global applicationConsultants were contracted to advise on selecting an application that would answer the firm’s business needs. For nine years, Shell used a combination of security systems across the UK and the United States, including Software House’s C•CURE system and others. The company and its consultants saw the possibilities for making access control uniform. One reason this system was selected was the company’s ability to provide global support, as part of Tyco Fire & Security. A few sites in particular, including Sakhalin island off Japan and various ones in Nigeria, proved to be very demanding environments that needed a worldwide partner to help with the security. Software House provided the answer.