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Panoscan Digital Panoramic Camera - Panoscan

April 1, 2006
Mark III is the third-generation seamless scanning camera from Panoscan. Used to capture an entire crime scene in painstaking detail, the digital camera has double the capture speed of its previous incarnation, a 40GB hard drive, and USB 2.0 connectivity for speedy file transfers. The Panoscan camera head weighs only 9.3 pounds and was engineered for rugged everyday field use.

Mustang Survival PFD with Hydrostatic Inflator - Mustang Survival

April 1, 2006
Mustang Survival’s new Deluxe HT series of inflatable personal flotation devices feature an auto hydrostatic inflator for high-risk weather conditions. Each PFD’s inflation device is triggered by hydrostatic pressure when submerged four inches below the water surface, and is not sensitive to rain, water spray, or humidity. The inflator is maintenance free for five years, unless fired.

Hatch ShearStop Cycling Gloves - Hatch Corporation

April 1, 2006
Hatch’s new ShearStop cycle gloves feature Liquicell technology in the palms, offering cushioned comfort. Liquicell is a liquid-filled padding technology that combines low-viscosity fluid with strategically placed baffles to significantly absorb shock and ease pressure. These gloves also feature specifically placed grip pads for control and include absorbent terrycloth thumbs for wiping away perspiration, and Lycra backs for an exceptional fit.

VideoCarbon Portable DSR - VideoCarbon

April 1, 2006
VideoCarbon’s Digital Shift Recorder (DSR) is the first in a new product line of portable body-worn digital video recorders. Worn on the officer’s dutybelt, one small wire connects a hidden mic and flat inconspicuous button cam, both easily concealed and easy to use. With a single quick-disconnect, the DSR can provide power, control, and video to the body-worn cameras. The DSR has an integrated hard disk drive and a field-replaceable Lithium-Polymer battery.

Independent Forensics RSID Semen-Testing Kit - Independent Forensics

April 1, 2006
Independent Forensics’ Rapid Stain Identification Semen Kit (RSID-Semen) is the first fluid specific test for the presence of semen. The kit is specific for human semenogelin antigens and will not cross-react with the myriad of other human body fluids that can cause false positives. The RSID Semen kit is designed to help crime laboratories correctly identify which samples from rape kits should go forward for DNA analysis.

Bilsom Leightning L-Zero Earmuffs - Howard Leight

April 1, 2006
The Bacou-Dalloz Hearing Safety Group has extended its line of Bilsom Leightning earmuffs with a new L-Zero (L0) Series. Designed to provide reliable protection from intermittent or marginal noise hazards, the L0 Series features an ultraslim earcup design with less weight and bulk than standard earmuffs, and is available in folding (L0F) and neckband (L0N) models. The L0N neckband model fits comfortably around the neck and under PPE.

Meister Bullets Training Cartridges - Meister Bullets, Inc.

March 1, 2006
Meister Bullets, best known for its Cowboy Action Shooting bullets and ammunition, is expanding its new line of LE training ammunition with the introduction of four new cartridges designed for law enforcement training. The cartridges consist of a FMJ .223 Remington with a 55-grain Spitzer bullet, .40 S&W RN with either a lead or FMJ bullet, and a copper-plated version of the newly introduced .45 ACP 230-grain LRN.

JPS Communications Signal and Noise Voter - Raytheon Company

March 1, 2006
JPS Communications, a Raytheon company, has improved its SNV-12 Signal-and-Noise Voter to further enhance flexibility and value. The SNV-12’s new, software-enabled features include a variable Vote Lock onset delay timer and the ability to reduce the pilot tone detection sensitivity. A voter is a communication device that ensures high-quality radio signal transmission, rebroadcast, and reception across its network.

Bullard TacSight SE35 Thermal Imager - Bullard

March 1, 2006
The Bullard TacSight SE35 thermal imaging camera is designed especially for surveillance applications. Users can implement several special features of the SE35 with the touch of a button, including 4X digital zoom, image enhancement, and reverse polarity.

Mifflin Valley ANSI Plus Parka - Mifflin Valley Inc.

February 1, 2006
Mifflin Valley’s ANSI Plus Parka features a waterproof outer shell and silver two-inch 3M Scotchlite reflective trim for when you want to be seen. This ANSI/ISEA 104-2004 Class 3 compliant parka also features a concealable attached hood, a two-way YKK zipper, Velcro adjustable cuffs, a radio pocket, and two microphone tabs. Lower front slash-cut bellows pockets keep hands warm and hold accessories.
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