PSX offers security parts and equipment to all Pennsylvania agencies through the COSTARS bid protection program. PSX specializes in security parts and equipment from the leading manufacturers:
The world leader in commercial intercoms, Aiphone develops and sells a wide range of intercoms, from traditional hard-wired units to the newer network intercom stations.
Arecont Vision has been one of the most popular names in megapixel video surveillance for ten years, offering a wide variety of box, dome, bullet and multi-imager cameras. ONVIF and PSIA integrations.
By offering some of the highest resolution IP cameras in the industry, Avigilon has become one of the industry’s leading providers of HD surveillance cameras and recording software, with clients for most devices and integrations with other market leaders.
After inventing the IP surveillance camera over 30 years ago, Axis Communications remains synonymous with network cameras and image quality. Axis cameras enjoy software integration with nearly every video management system on the market.
Bogen Communications mass notification and paging systems have been the preferred brand name in government and commercial construction for decades.
One of the world’s largest security systems manufacturers, Bosch is known for the highest quality intrusion alarm systems and video surveillance devices.
Michigan’s Code Blue Corporation manufactures analog & IP emergency help phones in all shapes and sizes. Pole stanchions, wall mounts, short pedestals and emergency management software, Made in the USA.
One of the most popular products since IP surveillance became mainstream, Tyco’s ExacqVision server software runs on Windows & Linux. Clients are available for these platforms as well as for Apple Macintosh, iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone.
HID electronic access control system readers and credentials dominate the physical and logical security markets. Proximity, iCLASS, Mifare and biometric cards and readers for PACS applications.
China’s Hikvision is one of the newer products in the American security products market, making a name for themselves with lower-cost offerings in HD analog (HD-TVI) and IP network cameras.
No matter the complexity or devices, Milestone makes an edition of their sophisticated and mature XProtect VMS to accommodate every project, from the very small to the very large.
Panasonic surveillance technologies have long been among the most popular products in the video security market, because of the quality of the images that they produce.
One of the most recognized names in American video surveillance, Pelco has a history as one of the industry’s innovators in PTZ cameras and matrix switching.
S2 Security NetBox and NetVR security management appliances power some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated security programs. 100% browser-based, American made.
Building off of their existing strengths and reputation in other video products, Samsung Techwin has spent the last several years becoming one of the few CCTV manufacturers with a quality offering at every price point – analogue, IP, DVR or NVR.
Senstar researches, develops & markets the largest portfolio of sensor-based perimeter detection products in the world. Fence-mount, fiber optic, microwave, buried ported (“leaky”) coaxial and more.
Because of their excellent image quality, many IP and analog video surveillance cameras run on Sony imaging chips and components, but the latest Sony technology is only available in Sony’s own products..
One of the few true leaders in Safe City systems, Verint physical security information management (PSIM) systems, video surveillance and advanced video analytics power some of the largest security programs on Earth.
Vicon Industries has made video surveillance equipment and software since 1967, and recently added card access solutions to their products list. Vicon Security is particularly popular with our clients in corrections, education, and municipal government.
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“COSTARS is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s cooperative purchasing program and serves as a conduit through which registered and eligible local public procurement units (LPPUs) and state-affiliated entities (Members) are able to leverage contracts established by DGS to cost effectively and efficiently identify suppliers with whom to do business. The goals of this program are:”