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Tactical Electronics Introduces Under Door Cameras

April 26, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Tactical Electronics.
Photo courtesy of Tactical Electronics.

Tactical Electronics has introduced a line of under-door cameras systems including the UDC, UDC Pro, and UDC 360 for tactical law enforcement.

The UDC 360 is a four-camera system that provides forward, upward, left and right camera views. All four camera views can be wirelessly toggled, allowing operators to covertly inspect all angles of a room or interior side of the door.

The UDC Pro features two cameras that offer forward and upward views. With the push of a button the dual views can be wirelessly toggled, allowing operators to inspect both the interior of a room and the interior side of the door, according to the company.

The UDC (Under Door Camera) allows operators to see what is behind closed doors. This unit features one light-sensitive camera, an IR illuminator, and an internal DVR. An optional deployment pole can be attached to the top of the camera to quickly deploy and manuever from a position of cover.

Tags: Tactical Electronics, Video Surveillance, Infrared Camera, Tactical Gear

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