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Maxsell Corporation H.R. 218 Law Officer Badge - Maxsell Corporation

May 1, 2005
The H.R. 218 law allows current and retired law enforcement personnel to carry a concealed weapon nationwide. Officers will likely need to identify themselves via an official photo ID as well as a badge for instant visual identification. Maxsell Corp. now offers the H.R. 218 law officer badge to identify a qualified individual as a “national concealed carry law officer.”

PDSI Software Scheduling Software - PDSI

May 1, 2005
PDSI Software’s Telestaff v. 2.2 Scheduling and Staff Management software combines the intricacies of computer software with simple telephone components to simplify staffing needs. The software uses an agency’s individual work code and rules to ensure appropriate staffing during any shift or unpredicted event. The program roster interfaces with industry-leading CAD systems and the software can also manage payroll, cost reports, and time keeping.

TacView Pole Camera - TacView

May 1, 2005
The TacView 1400 was developed to address officers’ surveillance needs with a safe solution. TacView is a micro camera with 24 infrared diodes attached to a telescopic pole. The TacView 1400 extends to 5.5 feet, can capture images in light or dark, and has a detachable camera head that can clip to a shield for surveillance when behind cover.

Pelican Products 2430 MityLite Plus 4AA - Pelican Products

May 1, 2005
Pelican Products’ new 2430 MityLite Plus 4AA flashlight has a tailcap switch that allows for one-handed operation and a separate, replaceable lamp that promises ease of maintenance. The lamp’s high-powered Xenon bulb provides 32 lumens for up to four hours of consecutive battery burn time. Water resistant and constructed of ABS resin plastic, the rugged 2430 is UL Class 1, Division 2 approved. Standard features include a safety lanyard and helmet clip as well as a lifetime guarantee.

AR-15/M-16 30-Round Magazines - Brownells

May 1, 2005
Brownells’ new AR-15/M-16 30-round magazines are designed to feed with high reliability. The magazines are made of heavy-duty aluminum and are heat treated to MIL-STD specifications to guarantee quick insertion and an exact fit. They are also MIL-STD hard anodized with a dry-lube coating to prevent snags. The springs are made of a high-quality chrome-silicon blend to retain tension and followers are made of a plastic/glass composite for smooth feeding.

Remington Technologies Eye Ball R1 Surveillance System - Remington

May 1, 2005
Remington Technologies Division has just released a very unusual tactical video system. Called the Eye Ball R1, the system consists of a 360-degree video camera encased in a hard plastic ball that can be rolled or thrown into hostile environments, even through windows. The Eye Ball can capture video and audio information and send it to a display up to 200 feet away. When attached to a wire or a poll, the Eye Ball can be used to search basements, attics, and stairwells.

BLI International Pro SP Battery Protector - BLI, International

May 1, 2005
Pro SP PriorityStart from BLI international protects a patrol vehicle’s power source by disconnecting it to prevent any drain on the battery once voltage drops below 11.7 volts. The new Pro SP model has a surge “spike” protection circuit that adds additional protection to the electrical system. When the officer returns to the vehicle, he or she can simply operate the headlight switch or step on the brake pedal to cause the reconnection.

Palomar Display Products Mobile Computing System - Palomar Displays Products, Inc.

April 1, 2005
The new Trooper II mobile computing system from Palomar Display Products incorporates the latest available technology and utilizes a versatile open design. The system is equipped with a state-of-the-art Intel 1.6MHz Pentium M processor, 512MB of RAM, and a 20GB hard drive that allows for upgrade options.

Wenger Ergonomic Swiss Army Knife - Wenger

April 1, 2005
For the first time in more than 100 years one of the most well known utility tools in the world is getting a makeover. Wenger’s Swiss Army Knife is instantly recognizable and its new, ergonomic design brings the classic look into the future. The Evolution Series by Wenger incorporates concave and convex scales that conform to the hand into the already useful and space-saving knife design. The new design allows for a more secure grip when cutting or utilizing any of the multiple tools.
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BIO-key Biometrics Authentication System - Bio-key International

April 1, 2005
BIO-key’s new WEB-key fingerprint-based authentication systems give agencies a way to control access to secure applications. WEB-key uses biometrics technology to scan, measure, and analyze individual fingerprints, comparing them to a database of live images to confirm or deny access into any secured, registered area. Users can register their fingerprints with BIO-key, so other forms of identification are unnecessary.
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