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Digimerge Technologies Day/Night Camera - Digimerge

April 1, 2005
Digimerge Technologies’ new DCS100033 professional day/night high-resolution camera features a full 1/3-inch Ex-view HAD CCD sensor, allowing 470 TV lines of resolution and a minimum illumination of .5 Lux at F1.2. It also boasts a built-in on-screen display, an RS-232 control port, and pixel-based video detection. Users can also choose from a C or CS mount lens and ATW, AWC, or MWB white balance.

Pila Waterproof Flashlight - Permalight (Asia) Co., Ltd.

April 1, 2005
Pila’s new GL4 flashlight has an output of 195 lumens and is made of anodized aircraft-grade aluminum with an O-ring seal to protect from water, dirt, and dust. Each flashlight comes with Pila’s rechargeable, environmentally safe Li-ion batteries and standard disposable Lithium CR 123A batteries. The tailcap on the GL4 has additional LEDlights in a range of colors and can be set to glow, making it easy for officers to locate their flashlight in the dark.

Bilsom Noise-Reduction Earmuffs - Howard Leight

March 1, 2005
Already known for earmuffs that provide hearing protection when shooting on the range, Bilsom now offers noise-blocking earmuffs that feature new designs and a new technology to improve performance in any environment.

Spectronic Corporation Maxima ML-3500 UV Lamp - Spectronics Corporation

March 1, 2005
Spectronic Corporation’s Maxima ML-3500 long-wave ultraviolet (UV) lamp puts out up to 10 times the normal UV output of conventional UV lamps. It clearly illuminates gasoline, kerosene, benzene, and other arson accelerants, as well as fluorescent wrappings of incendiary devices such as road flares. The new Maxima UV lamp is powerful enough to be used in direct sunlight and comes with a rechargeable battery that operates the unit for up to two hours.

Armor Forensics Laser Scaling Device - Forensics Source

March 1, 2005
Armor Forensics’ LSD-1 laser scaling product allows law enforcement professionals to photograph crime scenes without disturbing important evidence or otherwise compromising the scene. Utilizing technology developed by NASA, the LSD-1 uses a fixed dual beam to take scaled photographs of a crime scene.

Motorola Printrak LiveScan - Motorola

March 1, 2005
The Printrak LiveScan product lines from Motorola assist public safety officials in better identifying fingerprints and palmprints. LiveScan products feature sequence checking for fingerprints and palmprints, three-part full palm capture, instant live video of image feedback, and multi-language support with a translation table. The LiveScan lines are designed to interface with Motorola’s Printrak Biometrics Identification Solutions.

Fujinon Zoom Lenses - Fujinon

March 1, 2005
Fujinon’s new series of high-performance zoom lenses is designed specifically for security and surveillance. The new 60x zoom lens has a focal range of 12.5mm to 1,500mm. Included in the series is the new D60x12.5, which features iris override, day/night capability, and a variety of control methods from conventional CCTV control to RS232C serial control. The C22x23 is a sister model of the C22x17, with a longer focal length and enhanced feature set.

Security Engineered Machinery Deployable Disintegrator - Secured Engineered Machinery

March 1, 2005
Security Engineered Machinery’s model 3 disintegrator is built for field deployment. It can shred items such as paper, hard drives, cell phones, PDAs, credit cards, and video cassettes at a rate of 500 pounds per hour. The system, which is fully assembled and wired before shipment, is housed in a soundproof MX enclosure and comes with an evacuation unit.

Piexon OC Launcher

January 1, 2005
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