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Napco Security Headquarters, Amityville, New York

Alarm Lock, a lead division of the Napco Security Technologies, has its Headquarters located on Long Island, New York

Napco Security Company's assembly plant in the Dominican Republic

Its state-of the art 175,000 square foot, fully integrated Caribbean facility utilizes state of the art equipment and quality assurance systems

Napco Security Company's assembly plant in the Dominican Republic

A member of the U.S. Green Building Council, the Company's manufacturing processes have been consciously designed, striving always to be both LEEDS-requirement compliant and as ecologically sensitive as possible.

 


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A leader in access and egress solutions
 
 

A leader in access and egress solutions

For four decades Alarm Lock Systems has built a strong reputation as a respected leader in the design and manufacture of electronic and mechanical access and egress control keyless entry products. Originally known worldwide for its superior Sirenlock panic exit and delayed egress exit alarms in full-door and clapper styles, Alarm Lock has nearly eclipsed its original product success with that of another -- the incredibly-popular, innovative Trilogy line of standalone access keyless locks that enable security professionals securing buildings of all kinds to more cost-effectively add dependable wireless access control a door at a time with a field-proven access solution and with a consistent model for every door type in a facility.

 

Alarm Lock Solutions for all Applications

Trilogy® electronic access control locks, include original standalone and new wireless networking Trilogy Networx™ access locks, featuring global lockdown in seconds and the elimination of door-to-door programming & audit trail queries, by communicating wirelessly via ethernet or 802.11. All Trilogys feature the same rugged dependability, and tool-free keypad programming, with cylindrical models boasting Grade 1 BHMA certification. Models are also available in dual-sided access, mortise, privacy lock and narrow stile, for glass doors, and exit trim models which automate existing mechanical pushbars by time-schedules you set. Plus, all computer- programmable digital PIN and PIN/Prox models, with built in HID Prox. ID Card readers, use Alarm Lock's free Windows-based software, and both standalone and Networx models can even share one common database for a seamless upgrade path. With the broadest line of advanced electronic pushbutton access locks on the market, there are models for controlling virtually any door. And, all models feature easy wireless installation, in under an hour, most with modified ANSI A115 door prep, and all have unsurpassed battery life with standard off- the-shelf batteries. Whether replacing standard cylindrical door knobs or retrofitting maintenance-prone mechanical pushbutton locks or looking for a more quickly deployed, down-time-free alternative to a hardwired access system, including integration with up to 5000 prox. ID badges and scheduled lock/unlocking plus event log reporting – at a fraction of the price, Alarm Lock's Trilogy and new Trilogy Networx are the access control solution you need Just ask the growing list of hospitals, universities, retailers, airports, pharmacies and offices who standardize on them nationwide.

 

Manufacturing

Alarm Lock, a lead division of the Napco Security Technologies, manufactures its access and egress products in New York and the Caribbean.They are tested at both these state-of-the-art facilities to ensure the compromise-free quality, integrity and reliability.

Each NAPCO Security Technologies product is precision-manufactured to meet or exceed industry specifications. Undertaking compliance with rigorous ISO9002, comprehensive product testing and quality assurance programs include a rigorous multi-stage sequence: From computerized GenRad in-circuit testing, to proprietary custom "pretest", which checks for 100% correct PCB operation, followed by "full-functional test" of the assembled product, and lastly, "burn-in", wherein product is torture-tested under load, in simulated extreme conditions.

The NAPCO Security Group’s manufacturing processes have been consciously designed to be ecologically sensitive. A member of the U.S. Green Building Council, the Company's manufacturing processes have been consciously designed, striving always to be both LEEDS-requirement compliant and as ecologically sensitive as possible. NAPCO uses less lead, plastics, solvents, copper, acid, fluorocarbons, tine and other raw materials to conserve natural resouces.