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Pro-gard Products, LLC’s SUV Storage Drawers feature a single, easy-glide drawer that is large enough to hold a wide range of duty gear and equipment. Drawers mount mid-way up in the cargo space, low enough to not interfere with the driver’s rear window visibility. This leaves plenty of room for storing larger gear be- neath the drawers. The mounting brackets utilized existing OEM holes and slots for a “no-holes drilled” easy installation. The Storage Drawers are available for the Ford PI Utility and current Chevrolet Tahoe. For more information, visit www.pro-gard.com


http://info.hotims.com/59440-40 Code 3 Refl ex™ Mini Bar


Code 3®, Inc.’s new minibar called the Reflex™ is designed to give optimum coverage in a small lightbar. This minibar contains optic modules that produce highly intense, focused and long beams to the front and rear of the vehicle. It also contains reflective modules that ensure optimum 360-degree coverage by producing a dispersed, wide-angle beam to the sides and corners. Eight LED reflector modules, comprising of three LEDs each, provide high-intensity light output. Designed for exterior use, the Reflex is available in an Amber or Clear Lens with Red, Blue, Amber, White, Green or Amber/ White LEDs. For more information, visit www.code3esg.com


http://info.hotims.com/59440-41 FLIR LS–X/LS-XR Handheld Thermal Night Vision Monoculars


The FLIR LS–X/LS-XR handheld thermal night vision monoculars are built for those who serve and pro- tect. Now with greater resolution and video out (LS-XR), these powerful imagers give law enforcement an unfair advantage. Whether you’re searching for evidence or pursuing suspects, find it with FLIR Systems. For more information, visit www.flir.com


http://info.hotims.com/59440-42 Kussmaul Mini Single Bar Graph Display


The Mini Single Bar Graph Display from Kussmaul is a dashboard mounted indicator containing 10 LED lights. This display indicates the vehicle’s battery status from within the vehicle when used with a Kussmaul Battery Charger. The unit comes equipped with High/Low Voltage Alerts, which indicate when the battery’s voltage is too high or too low by flashing the top or bottom LEDs. Utilizing this display will help to protect the batteries and extend their life through proper use and maintenance. Installation is easy as the housing is designed to fit into a standard 1.45 inches x 0.83- inch (Carling or Eaton) dashboard panel cut-out. For more information, visit www.kussmaul.com http://info.hotims.com/59440-43


Go Rhino 2015 Chevy Tahoe PPV Rear Area Partition


Go Rhino’s rear cargo area partitions for the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe PPV are specifically designed to secure the rear cargo area. The angled construction behind the rear seat maximizes the ability to use the cargo area space, while the innovative architecture allows for easy installation with bolt-on mounting brackets that utilize existing attachment points in the vehicle. Go Rhino rear cargo area partitions are available with a punched steel window section to offer ventilation, or a clear polycarbonate window section. For more information, visit www.gorhino.com


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