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Viking June Newsletter

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Reliable Products for Your Security and Communication Needs VOLUME 29 : ISSUE 6 JUNE 2017SPOTLIGHT: Campus Security Get to Know Us!Schools today face increasing risks of violent attacks from students, parents, and other individuals. Name: Joanne MinkeTo keep students and staff safe you must reinforce and secure all entrance doors, limit building How long haveaccess, expand the number of emergency devices, and provide critical instructions to building you worked at Viking?occupants in the event of an emergency. 28 years! I started inViking leads the way in producing economi- PRX-FOB July of 1989cal door entry and access control systems, (DOD 198)emergency phones, and mass notification What do you do here? My title is Product Specialist, butannouncers. my duties include much more than that. The main part of my day isAfter you’ve increased door security, install K-1770-3 (DOD 275) spent answering application anda door entry system. Viking door entry K-1770-IP (DOD 257) customer service calls, respondingproducts feature real-time video imaging to emails, and managing theand hands free communication to help you company’s mail list. But I’m alsoidentify visitors and remotely open doors responsible for researching andand gates over your existing phone system. booking the company trade shows. Next, equip faculty and students with proximity ID cards or fobs. Access Why do you like working at Viking? control with proximity devices allows you to restrict or revoke building I enjoy coming to work, because access. The ability to immediately revoke access is critical to preventing each day presents a new challenge. violent incidents by terminated employees or suspended students. I like talking to customers and helping them find what will work E-1600A Then install emergency phones near the restrooms, best for their application. I also like (DOD 215) cafeteria, gymnasium, locker rooms, and in hallways. working here because it really feels E-1600-IP Conveniently placed emergency phones save critical time like you’re working with friends and (DOD 255) when reporting an emergency. In addition to the initial it’s a very comfortable working reporting, Viking emergency phones also allow authorities environment. to continually monitor the situation, even if the original caller isn’t present. Don’t depend on faculty or student cell phones Favorite treat to share at work: during an emergency. Overloaded cell towers and low BROWNIES! My boss loves my signal strength can hamper emergency communications. brownies - just ask him! Finally, building occupants DNA-510 (DOD 492) What do you like to do outside work? need up-to-the-second I love to read, bowl, travel, and emergency instructions. spend time with family and friends. Installing a mass notifica- I love animals and also love to playtion announcer allows you to broadcast instructions throughout bingo!the building using your existing paging system. A mass notificationannouncer allows you to choose from pre-recorded messages or Favorite quote: “Life always offersprovide a live broadcast from any phone - even from a remote you a second chance, it’s calledcellphone or landline. tomorrow!”

• Connects up to (6) emergency phones The LC-6 Line Concentrator eliminates the This month in monthly charges for a dedicated line to each• Communicate with local and remote elevator. The LC-6 is designed to be used with Technology Histor authorized personnel the Viking 1600A Series Elevator Phones. June 1, 1880:• Automatic answering of inbound calls Up to six of these emergency phones can First Pay Telephone Installed communicate with authorized personnel on 3• Separate Fire Floor, Machine Room, other phones within a building, or add a The Connecticut Telephone Co. report- and Lobby phone ports telephone line to allow communication outside edly had a payphone in their New the building. Haven office beginning June 1, 1880;• Programmable daily line verification the fee was handed to an attendant. In A call initiated by an emergency phone can dial 1889, a public telephone with a internally, externally, or both. Any other phones coin-pay mechanism was installed at that are activated will be bridged with the Hartford Bank in Hartford, authorized personnel, thus fulfilling ASME Connecticut by the Southern New A17.1 requirements. England Telephone Co. For more information on FUN FACT: It was a \"post-pay\" model LC-6, go to: machine; meaning coins were inserted at the end of a and retrieve DOD 245 June 19, 1934: FCC (Federal Communications Commis or SCAN here In 1934, Congress pas nications Act, which TRIVIA QUESTION Federal Radio Commi ferred jurisdiction oveWhat is the oldest college in the US? to a new Federal Commission (FCC), in Everyone who calls, emails, or faxes in the correct answer the telecommunicati by JUNE 30, 2017 will be entered into a drawing for a previously handled b delicious cheese assortment shipped fresh direct Commerce Commissio from the Bass Lake Cheese Factory! A customer w MAY TRIVIA: Put these Social Media reliability of sites in the order they were launched, Viking Tow Phone, but t oldest to newest: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, match their sc and LinkedIn made a cu Phone ANSWER: LinkedIn Many of o Facebook phones can YouTube already e Twitter installed behin or, in this c custom co customers t compliant em that fits For outdoor a model with En Protection (EW IP66 Ingress P For more info Emergency www.Viking and reque analog or D

ry VIKING - Your Campus Security Solution!ssion) Started Access Control Emergency Communicationssed the Commu- • Entry phones and doorboxesh abolished the • Controllers and entry systems • ADA compliant emergency and elevator phonesission and trans- • Commercial, multi-tenant, residential, etc. • 8 different models of LED tower phoneser radio licensing • Integrated high resolution color camera options • Built-in digital voice announcer Communications • Proximity card readers and keypads • Analog or VoIP interfacencluding in it also • Analog and VoIP options • Smart line sharing and LED strobesions jurisdiction • Models with Enhanced Weather Protection (EWP) • Models with Enhanced Weather Protection (EWP)by the Interstateon. for outdoor applications for outdoor applications • Indoor and outdoor enclosures • Extensive chassis selection and • Choice of styles, sizes, and mounting options for many applications colors for different applicationswanted the rugged • Generate clock • Wide range of a wall mounted controlled tones amplifiers and messages • Loud ringingwer Emergency • Zone and talk-back paging they wanted it to • CTG-2A master clock • Mass notification announcers chool colors so we • Up to 14 schedules and up to • Night bell over pagingustom blue Tower • Anti-feedback paging e for them. 1000 events • Analog and VoIP options • 6 minutes of WAV file record time • Self-amplified paging system and accessoriesour emergency • 4 programmable trigger inputs for emergency tones • Timed tones and announcements over paging be retrofitted into • Program remotely via TCP/IP network • Selection of ceiling speakers and paging horns • Factory loaded with common tones and evacuationexisting chassis, Paging and nd custom panels, signals or use custom tones and messages Mass Notificationcase, painted a • Wireless analog and digital clocks available in aolor. It allows our to have an ADA variety of styles and sizes mergency phone their needs! Clock Systemsapplications, use a nhanced Weather WP), which meets Protection Rating.ormation on Viking y Phones, go est DOD 215 forDOD 255 for VoIP.

ON THE CALENDAR IFSEC Contact Viking Sign up for our email BICSI London, UK CALL: 715-386-8861 newsletter, VISIT: SCAN HERE Las Vegas, NV EMAIL: [email protected] Sept. 24-28, 2017 June 20-22, 2017 FAX: 715-386-4344 ESX Nashville, TN June 13-16, 2017 CEDIA ASIS InfoComm17 Published by VIKING ELECTRONICS, INC. For CUSTOMER SERVICE, call: 715-386-8861San Diego, CA Dallas, TX Orlando, FL To UNSUBSCRIBE, please send an email to: [email protected]. 5-9, 2017 Sept. 25-28, 2017 Include your mailing address and we will promptly honor your request. June 14-16, 2017 © VIKING ELECTRONICS, INC. All rights reserved. PLEASE NOTE: Viking Electronics is dedicated to protecting your privacy. We will never share or sell your personal information.VIKING VIKING ELECTRONICS, INC. 1531 Industrial Street, Hudson, Wisconsin 54016 Phone: 715-386-8861 PRINTED IN THE USA Did you get one? WHAT’S INSIDE? You should have recently received a brand new 2017 Viking Product Catalog. If you didn’t - let us • Answers to your know and we will send one out to you right away! Campus security questions Remember - our products are made here in the USA. We stand behind our products with a 2 year limited • Find out which warranty and free lifetime product support. Viking employee makes the BEST For more than 48 years Viking brownies has been supplying the security and communications industry • Learn more about with reliable, high-quality Viking access American-made products. control products

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