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NEW PRODUCTS


STOP PARKING LOT BENT SIGNPOSTS FOREVER


Flexpost’s new FlexBollard systems provide the flexibility of the


standard FlexPost with the rigid appearance of a bollard. The 52” FlexBollard with an 8-foot signpost handles any steel regulatory sign. The systems take minutes to install, with no special tools needed. These bollards offer 360 degrees of flexibility, delineate when they are hit at high speeds, and eliminate replacement cost and damage to parking lot surfaces. The patented FlexBollard systems are available with concrete, asphalt, adhesive or natural ground anchoring systems.


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NEW QUICK MOUNT / RELEASE BRACKET


SENTRY PROTECTION PRODUCTS INTRODUCES SENTRY GUARD POST


Sentry Protection Products has introduced Guard Post, a highly


visible post for various parking uses. Its newest product is aimed at valet parking companies, institutions, and any others that need to add highly visible, professional-looking barriers and traffic channels quickly and easily. Lightweight and easily moved, Guard Post can be used as a temporary barrier, or permanently attached through the integrated grommets on the tapered base. It was designed from the start to work with heavy-duty plastic chain to create a traffic barrier that won’t scratch auto finishes, won’t rust, and is easy to transport.


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garage luminaire featuring a patent- pending “quick mount/release”


system;


The McGraw-Edison Envoy is a versatile parking bracket


tool-less


mounting/access; and hands-free wiring for simple and efficient mounting and maintenance. Savings results from both reduced labor and garage downtime, in addition to minimizing maintenance crew’s exposure to traffic areas. Excellent optical performance is combined with many egress options, such as an exclusive halogen MR16 task light used as a primary or emergency means to light signage, pathways, stairwells and more.


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TRACK THE CASH TO SPECIFIC METER GROUPS! Medeco Security Locks has introduced a new feature to their Security


Manager software program to add cash tracking features to the NexGen Electronic Locking System. The new software allows end users to reconcile cash collections with specific meter groups. With NexGen Security Manager Software, end users can create and


manage a complete route structure for their parking meter system. Electronic keys are then programmed to operate only specific locks during predetermined timeframes. By adding a NexGen electronic padlock to the collection canisters, the software can link the canister to a specific group of meters. Then, as collection data is uploaded from the electronic keys, the cash collected in each of the canisters can be reconciled to the specific meters collected. The NexGen product range includes a wide variety of locks, including


replacement cylinders for many of the most common parking meters. The heavy duty NexGen key was designed and manufactured specifically to meet the needs of the parking industry and features a machined metal body and replaceable hardened key tip.


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SEPTEMBER 2009 • PARKING TODAY • www.parkingtoday.com


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