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302 W. Katella Ave
Orange, Ca. 92867
127 N. Raymond Ave.
Fullerton, Ca. 92931
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Mon. - Fri.
Closed Sat. & Sun.
A Quick Look At What We Do.
Sales,Service, Installation or Repair of:
Code Cut keys
Pick Open Locks
Safe Deposit Box
Alarm System Takeovers
And Much More...
We are Dealers for:
LCN Door Closer
Galaxy Control System
And Many More...
Who's Who On A Movie Crew!
Here you go!
1. Foley artist
A person who creates sound effects in post-production.
The head of the electrical department (lighting) for a film production
A member of a camera crew responsible for building and maintaining all the equipment that supports cameras, as well as moving and setting up the equipment.
4. Dolly grip
A grip who moves camera cranes and dollies (the wheeled platforms that carry the camera and the camera operator).
5. Key grip
The supervisor of the team of grips.
6. Best boy (grip/gaffer)
Second in command, assisting the gaffer or key grip.
7. Child wrangler
"Animal wranglers"-like wranglers who manage horses and other livestock on a ranch-control, instruct and care for animals used in filming. Similarly, "child wranglers" manage child actors on a set, coaching them in acting and keeping them entertained and quiet when they are not in the scene being filmed
8 Python wrangler
A jocular term for the utility sound technician who performs a variety of tasks in the Sound Department, most typically pulling cables.
Someone who provides logistical support, facilitating whatever's needed relating to permits, customs, location, talent, crews, equipment, accommodation, and transportation for filmmakers who wish to conduct filming abroad. The term is apparently a wink at the colloquial term fixer, meaning a person who makes arrangements for other people, especially of an illicit or devious kind.
10. Craft service
The people who assist the crafts (camera, sound, electricians, grips, props, art director, etc.) during shooting, with tasks including providing snacks and cleaning the set. ("Catering" provides the main meals.)
11. Concept artist
A person who creates a computer-generated 3D model that allows the production designer to determine how a scene will ultimately look. The concept artist renders the desired shots, camera angles, focal lengths, camera movements and choreography. The computer-generated model can also depict surface textures, lighting schemes and costumes.
Is a key coordinator for the production. They are involved in many if not all aspects of the production from start to finish. They often have a hand in the production process, creative, financial, and administrative.
13 Executive Producer
Is usually the main investor of the project.
14 Production Manager works alongside the executive producer and helps to prepare the budget, oversees the preparation of the production team, and various day to day production decisions.
15 The Director
Is in control of all creative aspects of the film. They are the primary person responsible for the storytelling, creative decisions and acting of the film.
16.1st Assistant Director
Is in charge of basically running the set. As an assistant to the director, they organize the crew, prepare shooting schedules and organize the entire flow of all production activity.
17. 2nd Assistant Director distributes documents such as scripts and call sheets to the cast and crew. They also help supervise the set with the 1st AD.
18.The Script Supervisor Their job is to keep track of what has been shot in accordance with the script including what changes has been made and how to prevent any continuity errors going forward.
19 Boom Operator
Is the person that holds the boom microphone near the action. On smaller sets, the production sound mixer can also take on this roll.
20 The Props Master
Is in charge of finding and managing all the props that appear on screen.
Our Licenses & Permits
C10 - Electrical Contractor
D28 - Door and Gate, Activating Devices
C28 - Lock & Security Contractor
D16 - Hardware & Safes
C61 - Limited Specialty
C7 - Low Voltage
Contractor License - 478006
Locksmith Permit - LCO646
Alarm Company Operators - License 4166
Safety Trained - Ladders, Lifts and Booms
Hospitals / Care Facilities
Police / Fire Service
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Comlock Security Group, Inc. has been teaching locksmithing courses for over 23 years.
We are a private vocational school approved to operate in California specializing in training students for careers in the rapidly growing field of security. Our programs are designed to teach the student the technical skills necessary for an entry-level position with prospective employers. Our courses are a mix of lecture and hands-on training conducted at our fully equipped facility in the city of Orange, in Southern California.
As never before, Americans are concerned with security. Help the public upgrade the security of their homes and business by becoming a locksmith today. The School of Security Technology is a locksmith school that has been training men and women in Southern California for careers in locksmithing since 1991.
Our locksmithing program courses are designed to allow students to gain a clear and basic understanding of the locksmith industry and the specific functions of a general locksmith. We provide hands-on experience that will assist an individual who is seeking job opportunities in the locksmith industry.
Our curriculum is updated periodically, our instructors have a minimum of fifteen years experience in the locksmith industry, and you could be our next graduate!
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SINGLE DOOR ACCESS CONTROL
Many times a company only has the need for a single door of access control like an employee entrance, or the door to human resources, or to the IT room. It could be something simple from a single code
mechanical lock to a electronic lock that can be programmed to function in many different ways including tracking whose code was entered into the lock by date and time. Standalone access control locks have been on the market for the past 20 plus years.
||Access Control System in Use.
Today these keyless locks are made for just about every style of door found on commercial buildings. There are two types on locks to choose from; mechanical and electronic. Mechanical access control locks are on the lower end of features and price while the electronic locks offer full features and functions along with tracking options but at a higher cost.
Standalone access control lock with prox reader on a swimming pool gate.
No more keys!
With the exception of the mechanical locks the electronic locks are battery operated with a life span of two years based on average usage. This keeps the installation cost to a minimum as the need to run wires to the lock has been eliminated
As the batteries start to run low the lock will signal you with steady beeps while continuing to operated as normal. When you change the batteries, typically 4 to 5 AA's, the programming of the lock is held in memory so there is no need to re-program the lock. If for some reason you ignored the low battery warning and the lock goes dead you can still open the door using a key. Some of these locks are available for residential use but often with less features than their commercial counterparts.
Below are some popular choices of commercial standalone locks starting with a mechanical lock.
Simplex - Mechanical Pushbutton Lock.
Simplex has been around for a long time and for good reason...It works. This is a single code mechanical lock that the installer sets up a 1 to 5 digit code in the lock using a series of turns of the lever or knob and the buttons on the face of the lock.
Only one code can be setup in the lock.
This code would be shared by everyone using the lock. You can change the code to the lock when needed and by doing so the old code would no longer work. All users would need to have the new code to access the door. This is a good lock to use when one code will work for everyone and a tracking feature is not required. Simplex makes an assortment of mechanical pushbutton locks to use for doors and cabinets. Some of these locks have a deadbolt while others have a slam latch. Installation is fairly easy as it only requires a few holes to drill. The body of the lock fits into the standard door prep for the typical cylindrical lockset. If you can live with the limitations of this lock it would be a good choice.
NDE Series Wireless Lock - Engage Technology
|NDE Wireless Lock with Engage Technology.
The new Schlage® NDE Series wireless lock with ENGAGE™ technology is designed to be easy to install, connect, manage and use. Developed specifically for facilities that want to upgrade to electronic credentials for improved security and efficiency. It is ideal for interior office doors, common area doors and sensitive storage spaces with a cylindrical door prep.
NDE Series wireless locks simplify installation by combining the lock, credential reader, door position sensor and request-to-exit switch all in one unit. NDE Series wireless locks utilize the standard ND cylindrical door prep and can be installed in minutes with only a Phillips screwdriver; no need to install additional components, drill holes or run wires to each opening.
ENGAGE™ cloud-based web and mobile apps make it easy to configure lock settings, add users, and view audits and alerts from anywhere. For advanced capabilities including user schedules, auto unlocks and holidays, NDE Series wireless locks can be managed with software from Schlage's access control alliance partners. NDE Series wireless locks can be updated manually at the lock with the ENGAGE™ mobile app , automatically daily over WiFi or in real time when connected to an ENGAGE™ gateway.
NDE Series wireless locks with ENGAGE™ technology are compatible with most proximity and smart cards including aptiQ™ and aptiQmobile.™
- Schlage NDE Rhodes lever style. Also available in Athens and Sparta lever styles
- Standard ND door prep
- WiFi enabled
- Field Reversible
- Innovative door position sensor built right into the lock and strikeplate
- 4 AA batteries included
- Free Engage app available on iTunes and Google Play
- Basic offline wirless capabilities right out of the box: Add and delete users, view audits and alerts
- Quickly add and delete credentials via the ENGAGE mobile app or access control software
- Up to 100 locks on the same system
- Up to 5000 users
- Up to 2000 audits
- Add and configure devices
- Add new users and enroll credentials
- View audits and alerts by door
- Perform lock diagnostics
- Send updates to devices manually
- Requirements: iOS 7.1 or later. Android 4.4 (Kit Kat) or later
- ANSI/BHMA: Grade 1
- Backset: Adjustable
- Battery Life: 2 years
- Operating Temperature Range: 32° to 120°
PDF- NDE Wireless Lock FAQ
- List of compatible phones: iPhone 4/4S/5 (with optional NFC case for iPhone 4 and iPhone 5), iPod Touch (with NFC case), HTC One X+, Motorola Droid Razr M, Samsung Galaxy S3 & S4, Samsung Galaxy Express, Samsung Nexus 4
Revolution - Electronic Pushbutton Lock.
The Arrow Revolution electronic pushbutton lock is the newest member to the standalone access control market and is becoming popular with both the commercial and residential markets. A revolutionary solution at an affordable price.
In today's economy, customers have even more concerns than before but don't have the extra money to spend. That's why Arrow has developed the Arrow Revolution. A state-of-the-art touchscreen lock that brings form and function together in one package. It's perfect for high-traffic areas when you need multiple users and it is as easy as dialing a phone number. Users benefit from a simple interaction with the lock through a voice guided touch keypad, making day to day use and programming easy. The Revolution® V1 is recommended for healthcare facilities, offices, retail environments, multi-family housing, hospitality, government facilities, as well as K-12 school environments. It provides a traffic control solution for areas requiring restricted access.
- Up to 255 individual user codes
- Voice-guided programming
- Optional key override
- Trilingual (English, Spanish and French)
- 4 AA batteries (1 year life)
- Easy to use, install and program
- Indoor and outdoor use
- Eliminates need to distribute and track multiple keys
- Fits into many existing key systems, including SFIC & LFIC
- Weather resistant
- BHMA Certified Grade 1
All Arrow Revolution® Stand-alone Touchscreen Locks are UL/cUL listed for use on 3 hour, A label or lesser doors.
- ANSI A117.1 Accessibility Code
- California State Reference Code for levers returning to within 1/2" (12.7mm) of door surface
- Federal Specification FF-H-106C
- ANSI/BHMA A156.2, Series 4000, Grade 1
Trilogy - Electronic Pushbutton Lock
by Alarm Lock
The Trilogy line of locks are the dominating lock on the market as far a standalone access control locks are concerned. The DL 2700 is a very popular lock among commercial users.
Several models are available based on usage and your requirements. The Trilogy line of locks offer just about every feature you could want from 100 to 2000 individual users, audit trail
weather resistant, 5 finishes, key override, proximity card reader and much more.
Locks are available for solid entry doors to glass storefront doors. Some locks can be integrated into an existing HID access control system. Audit trail software, handheld printer and data transfer module are available for some locks. These accessories allows you to capture the information on an audit trail lock. You can print the information to the handheld printer or download it to the data transfer module allowing you to upload the information into the PC based software to view and save activity. All locks can be programmed using the push buttons on the face of the lock without the need of additional accessories.
All Trilogy electronic door locks feature:
- In an hour, add a dependable wireless access control keyless door lock, one door at a time-easily retrofit standard knobsets
- Support 100 to 2000 PIN codes (3-5 or 6 digits); some with built-in HID prox readers for use with access ID cards/fobs
- Multi-level user codes & one-time service codes. Free passage, group or total lock-out modes, too.
- All keyless entry door locks are fingertip programmable at the vandal proof all-metal keypad
- PC programmable models also feature printable audit trail, auto-lock/unlock scheduling saving guard/manpower costs
- Long-life battery operation (cylindrical models use 5AA off-the-shelf batteries); low battery alert
- Key override on all Trilogy electronic locks, standard core (supplied) or interchangeable core prep
- Non-handed cylindrical models
- Programmable relay functions
- Durable BHMA Grade 1 Lockset
- Weatherproof models -31˚ to +151˚F (-35˚ to +66˚C). rugged electronic door locks
- Curved Regal handle option
- 5 Architectural finishes (US3 polished brass, 26 polished chrome, 26D satin chrome, 5 antique brass, 10B duronodic)
The following locks are advanced digital electronic door lock with audit trail
DL3200 Series High Capacity Audit Trail Lock
- 2000 user codes (3-6 digits)
- Multilevel security - Master; manager; supervisor; basic users
- Program at keypad or with PC-and/or data-transfer module
- 40,000 event audit trail logs with time-/date-stamp of access by user; create PC reports or at hand-held wireless printer
- 150 scheduled lock/unlock events
- Quick passage mode (without being in program mode)
- Weatherproof -31˚ to +151˚F (-35˚ to +66˚C)
- 5AA Battery operated; 80,000 cycles, typ.
DL3000 Audit Trail Lock
- Original Audit Trail Trilogy keypad lock, similar to above
- 300 multilevel user codes; 1600 event log
- 1000 event audit trail log, time-stamped by day, date, time and user
- 150 scheduled automatic lock/unlock events,etc.
- 200 user codes: Master, manager, supervisor and basic users. Also one-time service code (3-6 digits)
- Weatherproof -31˚ to +151˚F (-35˚ to +66˚C)
- Relay may be programmed to energize on one or more selected events
- 5AA Battery operated; 80,000 cycles.
Left - Data Transfer Module accessory - Used to transfer data between the lock and the PC.
||Laptop Connection AL-PC12-U
Right - You can also use a laptop with a special connection accessory to transfer data between the lock and PC without the need to use a Data Transfer Module.
Door Closers a must!
The success of any electronic access control system is dependent on a door's ability to close and latch once an authorized person has passed through the door. Doors left opened jeopardizes the building's security by allowing unauthorized people to enter into the restricted space.
Installing the proper door closer on doors or gates having electronic access control on them will ensure that the door or gate will close and latch once someone has passed through the opening. When determining a budget for electronic access control system make allowances to include the cost for the installation of door closers where needed.
Need additional information on standalone access control...Call 714 633-1499 Today!
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