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Pelican Products and BMS Help Law Enforcement Monitor Situations

October 05, 2006  | 

Pelican Products’ high-impact, watertight Protector Cases have been chosen to house the Broadcast Microwave Services (BMS) BVII, PBR24, and Carry-Viewer II Portable Video Receiver Systems.

“BMS technology is contributing a remote video surveillance solution that greatly advances the capabilities of law enforcement and we are pleased to provide a tough equipment protection solution for this potentially life saving product,” says Mark Rolfes, Pelican’s Vice president of sales.

Perfect for law enforcement, homeland security, and public safety surveillance, each system is integrated in a 1520 Protector Case, which acts as a portable watertight, crush-proof chassis.

"We used Pelican Protector Cases to house our progressive portable technology because they are renowned for their durability," says Robert Bauer, Director of Sales and Marketing for BMS. "It's important to keep life saving equipment safe and protected so it will function when it’s needed and Pelican Protector Cases deliver that in spades."

Both the BVII and PBR24 are PAL- and NTSC-compliant and come standard with a broad beam, patch type antenna suitable for a 1- to 2-mile range. Additional standard features include rechargeable batteries and charger, an AC adapter with cigarette lighter power capabilities for extended operation, an on-screen power status bar, and external AV jacks for use with video recording devices.

For more information visit www.pelican.com or www.bms-inc.com.

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