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The Entrapment Lock-Down Station from Securityware is used to prevent the theft of tower computers. Several sizes are available to fit most manufacturers’ tower computers. It uses a small number of parts to ensure quick and easy installation.

The Entrapment Lock-Down Station from Securityware is used to prevent the theft of tower computers. Several sizes are available to fit most manufacturers’ tower computers. It uses a small number of parts to ensure quick and easy installation.

Its design is comprised of three heavy-duty steel plates that work in unison to provide maximum security. A base plate holds the unit to the work surface by means of an adhesive foam that provides over 16,000 pounds of holding power. An adapter plate supports the computer and slides into and interlocks with the base plate. Two steel brackets are bolted to the base plate and prevent the computer from being removed from the front or rear. A strap made from extra thick 14 gauge steel bolts to the base plate and surrounds the computer. No special tools are required for installation, and removal of the computer for maintenance is easy. Securityware, Inc., San Diego, CA, (800) 681-5555, www.securityware.com.

This article originally appeared in the 02/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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