Doosan Infracore Portable Power introduces the Ingersoll Rand MVS-6 mobile security system that allows remote monitoring of jobsites or other outdoor areas. The MVS-6 (mobile video surveillance) works as an extra set of eyes to effectively monitor and record images in various environments such as construction sites, parking lots and equipment yards.
The MVS-6 can be remotely operated, using software that connects the user to the system's day/night imaging camera and a 40GB DVR via a wireless connection. The operator can access the DVR to review recorded images, and remotely control the pan/tilt/zoom functions of the camera. An installed motion detector initiates the camera operation when movement is detected. The wireless communication system allows for easy networking of multiple MVS-6 units to secure a large area and allows one person to monitor an entire jobsite or other area.
“The Ingersoll Rand MVS-6 has a unique hybrid power system that combines both diesel and solar technology to allow a unit to run continuously for six months,” says Rus Warner, product marketing manager for Doosan Infracore Portable Power. “The 85-watt solar power array charges the system's batteries. The unit's diesel generator has a 27-gallon fuel tank that provides power to auxiliary outlets and also includes a standard lighting feature similar to a light tower.”
Verified by Rus Warner, product marketing manager for Doosan Infracore Portable Power.
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Fuel tank capacity: 27 gallons
Solar power: 85 watts