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Zistos Introduces Through-the-Wall Video System

November 17, 2010  | 


Photo courtesy of Zistos.

The Through-the-Wall (TTW) video camera kit from Zistos Corp. contains tools that allow the operator to view into a room from an adjacent room through the common wall, when paired with the WalkAbout portable video system.

The TTW arrives with a specialized bit designed to create an access hole through the first wall of sheetrock, and then drill an inconspicuous 3mm observation hole through the second wall of sheetrock, into the adjacent room.

A low-light camera with a high-quality, pinhole zoom lens is then inserted into the access hole, allowing tactical personnel to observe the occupants of the interior room and avoid detection.

The low-light camera sees well in dark areas and responds to covert IR illumination (not provided).

A mounting plate/jig and spacers facilitate the creation of the hole and placement of the camera and lens. Through-the-wall audio surveillance tools are an available option with the TTW camera.

The TTW camera kit is fully compatible with the complete line of Zistos tactical surveillance products including pole cameras, videoscopes, thermal cameras, under-door cameras and throwable robots.

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