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Advanced Imaging

- SANYO Security Systems of Chatsworth, California, has developed a new technology for reproducing images more naturally and with greater clarity. The Advanced WDR Surveillance Camera achieves greater dynamic range using a new linear output method for best performance under varying light conditions.

IR Illuminator

- Videolarm, Inc., of Decatur, Georgia, offers an infrared illuminator for night video surveillance. The IR200-36 is fully adjustable and illuminates distances from 100 feet to 660 feet.

Wireless Power

- New 5.8 GHz IP-Ready Wireless Power Boxes from Videolarm of Decatur, Georgia, simplify and speed construction of complex wireless camera infrastructures with other IP-based technologies, eliminating cable networks and making data transmission almost instantaneous.

Touch Monitor

- Elo TouchSystems of Menlo Park, California, has introduced two new high-resolution LCD touch-screen monitors. The 1900L and 2200L are zero-bezel, wide-aspect-ratio touch monitors with a 100 percent usable surface area.

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.
 




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