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Active Control Technology Launches New Wireless Trench

March 19, 2007

Wireless system provides an alternative to hard-wired communication systems used to link a building's access control system to parking gates and other remote devices.

TORONTO, Canada /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Active Control Technology Inc. (TSX-V:ACT) announced the introduction of the Wireless Trench, a new product addition to its ActiveSecure division.

The Wireless Trench eliminates the traditional need for trenching across public roads and highways, parking lots and other spaces for hard-wired communication links from a building's main access control system to remote devices such as parking gates. The system provides a wireless digital connection and saves many thousands of dollars in trenching and hard-wired installation costs.

"The Wireless Trench is the first of many planned product extensions of our CLiK64(TM) technology platform," said Steve Barrett, President and CEO of ACT. "Our customers give us excellent visibility for new products and we continue to leverage our expertise in wireless security and communications to deliver new solutions."

Active Control Technology to Exhibit at ISC West in Las Vegas
ACT will attend the ISC West security conference and exhibition March 28th to 30th, in Las Vegas, NV. Conference attendees are invited to visit ACT's booth to learn more about ActiveSecure wireless solutions.

About Active Control Technology
ACT designs and markets wireless network control and communication systems for buildings and extreme environments. Located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, the company trades publicly on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol ACT. For more information, visit the company's Web site.

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