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NEW PRODUCTS


MAGNALIGHT ANNOUNCES RECHARGEABLE, PORTABLE LED LIGHT TOWER


Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com has announced the addition of a


rechargeable LED light tower designed to provide a portable and yet powerful source of illumination for construction, utility and emergency services workers. Producing 1600 lumens and capable of running for 20 hours on a single charge, this adjustable LED light tower is compliant with requirements for nighttime highway maintenance traffic control and construction.


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WIRELESS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA GIVES ADDED FREEDOM OF SYSTEM DESIGN


HTS ANNOUNCES NEWEST EDITION OF ADVANCED SEEDOT TECHNOLOGY


The DOT reader system from HTS automatically monitors commercial vehicles


entering and exiting controlled areas such as parking facilities, etc. “We forecast growing demand for OCR-based DOT number readers, as they are one of the most cost efficient methods to enhance inspection accuracy and improve security with enhanced visibility of safety violators, expired registrations and other frequent offender data in the commercial transportation sector,” said John Whiteman, CEO HTS Americas.


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Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video, a business


unit of Toshiba America Information, Systems, is bringing wireless ease to indoor video surveillance with its IK-WB16A-W two-megapixel IP camera equipped with 802.11n wireless connectivity. Megapixel resolution enables a single IK-WB16A-W camera to wirelessly capture overviews of very large indoor areas, as well as high-detail situations including close-ups.


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