Schlage launches new alarmed lock
Schlage has launched what it claims is the first and only alarmed lock aimed at the DIY market. Specifically engineered to detect vibration and motion at first contact with a door or handle, the alarmed lock is easily adjusted to a choice of settings that can be changed either day-to-day or over the years as security needs change.
The easy-to-install, battery-operated units cost approximately $99 and are available at homedepot.com , select Home Depot stores, Lowes.com, Amazon.com, and Build.com. The alarmed lock will be available later in 2012 at Lowe’s stores.
A division of Ingersoll Rand, Schlage is marketing the new product as both a burglar alarm and a monitor for small children, elderly parents and special needs family members. Designed to fit on existing pre-drilled doors, it installs with just a screwdriver, requiring no wiring. It operates on two AAA batteries, which are included.
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Pretty awesome how far home
Pretty awesome how far home alarm systems have come in the last ten years! When I got my first ADT system in the 90's, it was a basic set up and was quite faulty, as my dog somehow triggered a motion sensor by the front door, even though dogs were supposed to be "too short" to hit the sensor. I could only guess that he was salsa dancing in the dark while we slept upstairs.
It seems there is a growing
It seems there is a growing demand for more and more sophisticated alarm systems and home security systems. For these DIY products, I think the consumer need to have a little technical knowledge before knowing how to install them.
I have heard that security
I have heard that security systems that rely on detecting vibrations or motion can be overly sensitive. Someone when the wind blows, causing the door to shake or when a pet runs across the room, the alarm sounds and it can be very inconvenient it it happens too often.
USGBC announces new board directors
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has announced the new elected officers and directors to its 2012 board of directors. The USGBC’s membership elected the following to serve as directors:
• Fiona Cousins, Arup, filling the Designer of Buildings seat;
• Marge Anderson, Energy Center of Wisconsin, filling the Environmental Nonprofit Advocate seat;
• George Bandy Jr., Interface, filling the Large-Scale Manufacturer seat; and
• John Dalzell, City of Boston/Boston Redevelopment Authority, filling the Urban/Regional Planner seat.
In addition, the board named the following directors to fill appointed seats:
• Joseph Sanches, School District of Palm Beach County, filling the Educator (K-12) seat;
• Stephen G. Bushnell, Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company, filling the Insurance seat; and
• Gary Jay Saulson, The PNC Financial Services Group, filling the Finance seat.
The board elected Allan Skodowski, Transwestern, as chair-elect and Lisa Shpritz, Bank of America, as treasurer. Other 2012 officers continuing in their terms are Chair Elizabeth J. Heider, Skanska, and Punit Jain, Cannon Design, as secretary. Mark MacCracken, CALMAC Manufacturing Corp., will serve as immediate past chair. Terms will begin on Jan. 1, 2012.
“Our board plays an indispensible role within USGBC by making key decisions about how the organization serves our membership, educates the industry, and advances our mission,” said Rick Fedrizzi, president, CEO and founding chair, USGBC. “This engaged and dedicated group of industry leaders reflects the diversity of the rapidly growing market that we serve, and is committed to shaping the future of green building.”
In addition, Howard Frumkin, from the University of Washington School of Public Health, has been appointed to serve as the board’s adviser on public health.
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WD-40 announces dividend increase
San Diego-based WD-40 Co. declared a 7% increase of its regular quarterly dividend to $.29 per share, payable Jan. 31, 2012.
The announcement came its annual meeting Dec. 13. The board of directors also authorized an open-ended buyback of shared up to $50.0 million over the next two years. IN addition to WD-40, the company’s brands include 3-in-one, Blue Works, X-14, Carpet Fresh and Spot Shot.
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