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Vehicle Solar Charging Panel

August 23, 2012
Streamlight's SolarStream is a supplemental solar charging panel for emergency responder vehicles. It helps to offset battery drain from computer systems and other rechargeable electronics when a vehicle is off, extending battery life.

Streamlight Introduces Solar Vehicle Panel

July 12, 2012
Streamlight has introduced the SolarStream, a supplemental solar charging panel for police vehicles. The SolarStream helps to offset battery drain from computer systems and other rechargeable electronics.

S.O.Tech Introduces Tactical Vest with Solar Panels

December 27, 2011
S.O. Tech and DynGlobal have developed a carrier vest system that uses integrated solar panels to charge tactical gear. The company will bring the product to SHOT Show in January to demonstrate its capabilities for law enforcement.

Solar Message Center

December 16, 2011
Stalker Radar's SMC 4000 Mast-Mini Solar Message Center is designed for use in areas where space is limited, such as narrow residential streets.

Simoco Debuts P25 Infrastructure Products at IWCE

March 9, 2011
The United Kingdom-based company's SB2025 P25 digital base station and the Solar 2 P25 IP Simulcast Solution target medium-sized wide area public safety network deployments and mission critical commercial applications, according to Simoco.

Powermonkey-eXplorer

April 1, 2009
Power Traveller’s powermonkey-eXplorer can charge electronic devices in remote locations. It will provide 96 hours of standby on your cell phone, 40 hours on your iPod, and 48 hours on your PDA. It’s available in blue, gray, pink, and yellow. Ultra compact, tough, and powerful, the powermonkey-eXplorer is water resistant and made from rubberized casing for durability.
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