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Radiant One - OptiScan

June 1, 2007
OptiScan’s Radiant One handheld emergency lighting baton is visible for more than a mile. The high-intensity baton operates in three modes: steady, fast blink, and intermediate blink. It calls attention to officers at traffic control points, special event parking, and accident scenes.

Invisity In-Ear RF Receiver - Television Equipment Associates

June 1, 2007
Invisity is a narrow band RF receiver that is smaller than a lima bean and fits completely inside an ear. You can transmit instructions and other information to the user up to a distance of 820 feet away.

470-520MHz Band Radios - Daniels Electronics

May 1, 2007
Daniels Electronics has expanded its UHF analog and digital P25 radio product lines to operate in the 470-520 MHz T-band. The Daniels T-Band Radio has the same modular form factor as other frequency bands supported by Daniels, allowing the new radio modules to fit in any existing Daniels subrack.

K-9 Deployment and Heat Alert Systems - Ray Allen

May 1, 2007
Ray Allen’s F-series vehicle K-9 systems combine a remote control/pager, an LCD display, and a K-9 deployment device in one compact handheld unit. Features include real-time temperature readouts on the remote, internal vehicle antenna, and a small dashboard display with continuously updated information and programming functionality.

Stealth Glove Line - Instinct Gloves

May 1, 2007
The new 2007 Instinct Stealth glove line is specially designed for law enforcement. All models offer outstanding dexterity and feel, especially on the trigger finger, which allows you to perform safely and efficiently without stopping to remove your gloves.


April 1, 2007
The ParMarLow ES-RUB earphone from TWITCO is designed similarly to the ES-MUR earphone, but with a soft rubber-like housing. This allows for a more secure and comfortable fit on even the smallest of ears. Like all ParMarLow earphones, the ES-RUB is available in cable lengths of 39 and 18 inches and either a 2.55mm or 3.5mm phone plug. A 3.5mm threaded plug version with 39 inches of cable is also available.

Savage Range Systems Dry Snail Bullet Trap - Savage Range Systems, Inc.

April 1, 2007
Savage Range Systems’ new Dry Snail Bullet Trap features the patent-pending Savage Air Barrier System (ABS). This “closed loop system” uses “positive pressure” at the throat of the trap to create an air barrier. The “air barrier” keeps spent lead particles inside the patented Deceleration Chamber.

Klein Electronics Modular Headset - Klein Electronics

April 1, 2007
Klein Electronics’ Modular Communication Headset System is specially designed and newly manufactured for all popular two-way radios. A variety of radio cables connect to a junction box with push-to-talk capability. From that, the user chooses from five different headset options. Ring-finger or waterproof steel barrel PTT buttons are optional. The throat mic is adjustable for larger sized necks.

A Better Pet K-9 Harness Vest - A Better Pet

April 1, 2007
Har-Vest combines a no-pull dog harness and a vest, offering control, functionality, and style. It provides the control offered by no-pull harnesses with the appearance of vests that identify working dogs.

AE Light Color Filters - AE Light

April 1, 2007
AE Light’s new color filters enhance the company’s HID PowerLight applications. Pictured are six filters: an IR filter for covert operations; amber to help penetrate smoke, fog, and dust; red for traffic control and better night vision; blue for forensics; green for signaling, traffic control, and aiding night vision; and a diffused lens to widen the beam to approximately 65 degrees for close-in operations. All color filters are designed to fit the PL24/6, PL24/6 Shorty, and PL14 models.
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