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P R O D U C T S A N D T E C H N O L O G Y 34 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY NOVEMBER 2016 Extra secure firearms, valuables TruckVault's Strike Guard Technology provides an addi- tional level of security to its popular locking system. Strike Guard Technology reinforces the Push Button Key Override Kaba Lock with a flanged lip, consisting of a Strike Plate and Backer Plate constructed out of extremely tough AISI 1020 Galvanized Steel. When locking the new system the Strike Plate works in unison with the Backer Plate and primary structure of the unit to firmly lock the bolt and prevent bolt tampering and movement. • Circle 7 on Reader Service Card ★ Compact lights Pelican Products Inc. introduced the Pelican 7100 and 7600 LED flashlights. At five inches long, the Pelican 7100 LED flashlight is extraordinarily compact without sacrificing performance, providing nearly 700 lumens of intense light. Its full-time battery level indicator ensures that the user will always be aware of battery status. The Pelican 7100LED flashlight is equipped with a USB recharge- able lithium ion battery and can operate on a single AA dispos- able battery when power is not available. The six-inch Pelican 7600 LED features performance sur- passing 900 lumens of clear, brilliant white light. It also easily toggles to night-vision friendly red and green LEDs with the twist of a switch. Red and green modes can be used for traffic control when partnered with an optional slip-on wand/holster accessory. The Pelican 7600 flashlight runs on the included USB rechargeable, lithium ion battery. It will also operate on disposable batteries (two CR123s) if power is unavailable. • Circle 10 on Reader Service Card ★ Better buy money management Agencies can now use Doc Find to search for buy money at 1,200 bills per minute. Connected to a JetScan iFX scanner, Cummins Allison's Doc Find can import serial numbers from a buy money list and then search for those serial num- bers as agents count the seized money. Buy money is clearly identified on the screen, and users can pull the bills out imme- diately, significantly reducing the time it takes to search for specific bills. The buy money can then be put back into the agency's budget for continuing operations. • Circle 9 on Reader Service Card ★ 12216167 Searching for underwater IEDs The defense and security company Saab presented its remotely operated vehicle (ROV), Sea Wasp, at the recent Navy League's Sea-Air-Space Exposition. Sea Wasp relocates, identifies and neutralizes underwater improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and combats below-the-surface terrorism. Sea Wasp is oper- ated remotely by two-person teams, allowing for a safe distance between operators and IEDs. • Circle 34 on Reader Service Card ★

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