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Maxima 3500M UV Lamp - Spectronics

June 1, 2002
The perfect tool for arson investigators, Spectronics’ Maxima 3500M quickly detects accelerant (gasoline, kerosene, and other hydrocarbons) residues, which fluoresce visibly under the UV light. It is battery-operated, easily rechargeable, dent-proof, shock resistant, and has a stay-cool handgrip.

Wireless Internet Camera - Colorado Video

May 1, 2002
Colorado Video's latest wireless Internet camera enables users to view any remote site within the CDPD (Cellular Digital Packet Data) cell phone service area. Users can view snapshots taken by the camera by typing the camera’s unique IP address into any Web browser, including Netscape and Internet Explorer.
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