MCDI is moving to a new building on April 20th 2022.
Our repair services will be off from April 16th to May 2nd 2022.
Please note our new address and ensure all your shipments such as parts and repairs are addressed to:
MCDI Security Products Inc.
6556 Boul. Monk
Montréal QC H4E 3J1
Still the same phone number: +514-481-1067
Our line in Spanish is still available at: +514.487.0441
Please double-check the address on your packages as a re-direction from our old site will add long delays and a loss of package is always possible.
MCDI developed an Ajax plugin for two-way integration for the SECURITHOR Alarm Response Software.
MCDI, combined Ajax Translator and Enterprise API to deliver a dedicated plugin that manages security and monitors Ajax systems‘ alarms, including visual verification of alarms, security mode switching and relay control. The Ajax plugin has permanent licenses and is free-of-charge for alarm receiving centres that use the SECURITHOR Alarm Response Software, version 2.31 and higher.
Beyond alarm monitoring
SECURITHOR presents a complete dashboard to operators handling alarm signals along with steps and contacts to process each event. The app automates several tasks like sending emails, SMS and reports to subscribers. With such features, SECURITHOR gained popularity among CMS/ARCs in APAC, Italy, North America, LATAM, and Ukraine.
An Ajax plugin
To make it easy for everyone to use Ukrainian products, MCDI made an effort to establish an even more convenient tool for Ajax integration with their software.
Securithor and DT42 IP alarm receivers were already able to get alarm signals from Ajax security systems. And with a free AJAX plugin, the SECURITHOR operators can now view images transmitted by MotionCam detectors by simply clicking a button associated with the alarm event. Plus all operators of the SECURITHOR 2.31 Network Edition can control Ajax hubs remotely. Arming, Disarming, Night Mode and even relay activation are available directly in Securithor Alarm Processing tickets.
We are following the Quebec Government lockdown with everybody working from home until April 7th. All support and sales services are at 100% availability.
Best way to reach us for the next 3 weeks is by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or skype: mcdi-hq.
Exceptionally until April 7th, we have extended hours for those who already have a support plan. We can take update/support appointments starting from 6am EDT. Contact us previous day to arrange appointment.
Now is a good time to think of adding support coverage for your Securithor if you anticipate turmoil and unrest in your region.
Support plans come with maintenance of the database and update to the last 2.2 version. That’s a new Securithor each year. Support plans also cover the MCB Mission Control Board. With MCB you can track your Mobile Staff and dispatch jobs to them either on demand or from Securithor alarm events.
ISC West announced this week they were postponing the show to July. We can only applaud given the current situation. But the Vegas show was an important opportunity to meet customer and friends from around the world. We are working on replacing all the show meetings with online meetings. Let us know by email email@example.com or skype: mcdi-hq if you were planning to visit us during ISC West so we can plan an online meeting!
Big week for DT42. We confirmed support for several manufacturers for our IP receivers.
We tested with with INIM for SmarLiving and Prime models.
More testing with STRATEL our SEA Distributor for:
.SECOLINK Pas816, LAN800 Module, GSV5, GSV6U gprs module, SUPA L16 (lan)
.OPTEX GENIO ST/GENIO Advance Panel
That brings the total of confirmed brands and models to 48!!!!
And makes DT42 the most universal IP receiver. No other brings you as much confirmed compatibilities. Contact us to know more or if you want to test more brands.
DT42 is available in several variant for ip receiving and ip+PSTN and Guard booths. Model DT42gb is especially made for operation in Guard booths. It comes with a 4000 accounts database and a companion Android app to read alarm codes and for staff to write comments on each.
We will retain the ability to provide licenses should the need arise.