If you've only got 1/4" under a door and need to get a camera into the room, the Under-Door Scope gets into spaces not normally accessible to camera systems. Offering a 55-degree field of view, officers can use a Visual Eyepiece Adapter or a videocamera and LCD screen to check out a room, prior to a tactical entry.
Nighttime is no problem with the optional ITI Night Vision Pocket Scope of infrared Emitter to "see in the dark." A Right Angle Viewing Adapter can attach to the front of the Under-Door Scope, giving the operators a clear view of the insede surface of the door and any barricades or booby traps that may be present.
Other options include a White Light Illuminator, Telescopic Arm, Sun Shield and case. ITI also offers specialty surveillance equipment: bomb inspection optics to gas tank search tools.
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