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Product Update



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Voice recorder
Voice recorder
Sony Electronics announces the ICD-CX50 Visual Voice Recorder with a built-in camera and color LCD screen. The 1.2-mega-pixel CCD camera features a 4X digital zoom designed to get closer to the subject and a 256-megabyte flash memory designed to store up to 4,000 pictures. The LCD screen is designed to display thumbnails, folder names, and other information. The ICD- CX50 comes equipped with a rechargeable battery and is designed to allow for high-speed file transfer to a PC.

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In-car computer mount
Signal Measurement Corporation, manufacturer of emergency vehicle radio consoles and mobile data terminal mounts, announces a new mount designed for the Data911 M5 series. This mount is designed to hold the terminal, CPU, and keyboard for police vehicles. The mount is made of mill-run, heavy-gauge metal, and all components are coated in durable enamel and polyurethane.

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Printer
Zebra Technologies Corporation, maker of on-demand printing solutions for the security industry and other markets, introduces the latest version of the company's ZebraNet Bridge Enterprise for Zebra printers deployed in enterprise-level networks. ZebraNet Bridge Enterprise is now designed to support nine new languages and features a Windows-like graphical user interface, wizard-driven tasks for rapid configuration of the application, and enhancements for mobile wire-less printers to support advanced wireless security levels and mobile printer setup.

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Tactical Uniform
Tactical uniform
Tru-Spec by Atlanco introduces the TRU tactical response uniform designed to meet the requirements of tactical team members. Tru-Spec is offering the TRU in six popular color choices (black, khaki, olive, navy, woodland camouflage, and three-color desert camouflage) and with several coordinated accessory items, including combat caps, matching T-shirts, shoulder conversion kits, and name tape kits. Some of the design improvements available in the TRU are zigzag stitching on the hook and loop of both the sleeve cuffs and the mandarin collar, extra-deep front trouser pockets, double reinforced front trouser pocket openings designed to protect the pocket from wear and tear caused by the clip on pocket knives, and hidden pockets in each side of the trouser cargo pockets.

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Monocular
N-Vision Optics introduces the GT-14 tactical multipurpose night vision monocular. The unit is designed for use as a handheld monocular, a head-mounted or helmet-mounted single-eye goggle, or a weapon-mounted night scope. It is engineered to be compatible with weapon-mounted infrared laser aiming and illuminating devices and to be submersible, shockproof, and waterproof. Features include integrated infrared illuminator and automatic bright-ness control. It weighs less than 11 ounces.

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PDA case
OtterBox announces the 1910 case for HP 6500 and 6900 personal digital assistants (PDAs). The case is designed to protect PDA phones from the elements while allowing the owner to use all the functions of the phone, including the camera. The case is designed to be water-resistant.

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Investigation software
Agnovi Corporation introduces X-Fire, a software application designed to help manage and support investigations. X-Fire features include workload management, collaborative work support, privilege-based access control, registries for entities, events, and evidence, visual analytical tools, support for documents (images, text, audio clips, videos, and so on), search capabilities, system-generated reports, and system-generated intelligence. X-Fire is available in English, French, Spanish, and Chinese and is designed for use in investigations of many types, including criminal, drugs, and terrorism.

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Ballistics identification system
Ballistics identification system
Forensic Technology announces the Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS) BrassTRAX-3D, a device designed to allow investigators to capture and examine both three-dimensional and two-dimensional images of cartridge cases. The BrassTRAX-3D joins the company's BulletTRAX-3D bullet imaging device to form the IBIS-TRAX 3D line of ballistics identification systems. The IBIS-TRAX 3D line is designed to suggest possible matches between pairs of spent bullets and cartridge cases. The system is also engineered to include three-dimensional image viewing tools, modular flexibility, and more automation than the company's earlier systems.

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From The Police Chief, vol. 73, no. 9, September 2006. Copyright held by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, 515 North Washington Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 USA.








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