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Ethernet Converter

- Sielox, LLC, of Runnemede, New Jersey, has introduced a new hardware product that simplifies network installation. The X-LAN is an Ethernet to RS-485 converter that bridges the gap between standard networks.

Video Power

- The PB24 Series of Outdoor Rugged Power Boxes from Videolarm of Decatur, Georgia, offers economical reliability. The units feature vandal-resistant construction and a swinging door to simplify servicing and installation.

Video Storage

- The new F1R hard drive from Samsung Semiconductor of San Jose, California, offers one terabyte of storage capacity for enterprise and surveillance applications.

Computer Forensics

- The PSIClone Mini Lab is a portable hard-drive forensic lab that enables law enforcement agencies to quickly and thoroughly copy data from a computer hard drive for pretrial analysis without compromising the evidence.

Vehicle Registration

- EVR (electronic vehicle registration) is a fully integrated, turnkey solution that incorporates automated license-plate recognition and passive-RFID technology to automatically identify vehicles and validate the identity, status, and authenticity of the data.

Financial Compliance

- New York City-based Fortent has released the latest version of its anti-money laundering technology. AML 6.3 enables financial institutions to improve the automation of their regulatory reporting processes, including Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) filings.

Power Supplies

- Cooper Notification of Long Branch, New Jersey, has added two new power supplies to its Wheelock line. The PS-6 (6-amp power supply) and PS-8 (8-amp power supply) are used to extend notification circuits. Both models are equipped to operate on either 110 VDC or 220 VDC power and are available with a red or black enclosure.

Flat Panel Monitors

- Bosch Security Systems, Inc., of Fairport, New York, has added a line of high-performance and general-purpose color LCD flat-panel monitors to its portfolio of security components. The high-resolution VGA and UXGA monitors provide exceptional image quality along with other surveillance features, such as picture-in-picture, split-screen viewing, and digital HDMI input.

LCD Monitors

- JVC Professional Europe Ltd. of London has added a new 19-inch LCD monitor for the security and surveillance market. The LM-H191 is a rugged, reliable model intended for around-the-clock use in challenging environments.

Monitor Filters

- Designed for open office environments where employee monitors are easily observed, new 3M Lightweight Privacy Filters from 3M of St. Paul, Minnesota, screen monitor views from anyone not directly in front of the unit.

Infrared Illuminator

- Videolarm of Decatur, Georgia, has introduced the IR200-36 Infrared Illuminator for night video surveillance. Illumination distances and beam angles can be customized to surveillance needs and environment using a single infrared illuminator.

Security Web Site

- Securitas of Stockholm, Sweden, has launched new public Web sites that focus on customers and potential employees. The sites feature a solid base of industry knowledge gained from the company’s long-term strategy of continuous benchmarking, best practice transfer, and tailored training programs.

Product Catalog

- Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, has released its Video Systems 2008 Product Catalog, which includes the company’s newest video surveillance innovations and provides dealers with one-stop access to information on the company’s full line of video systems and security productions.
 




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