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Mobile security system

Aug. 5, 2009
The Ingersoll Rand Blackhawk MVS-6 Mobile Security System from Doosan Infracore Portable Power allows remote monitoring of outdoor areas at substantially less cost than employing security manpower.

The Ingersoll Rand Blackhawk MVS-6 Mobile Security System from Doosan Infracore Portable Power allows remote monitoring of outdoor areas at substantially less cost than employing security manpower. The Blackhawk 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 for recording images. The wireless communication system allows for easy networking of multiple Blackhawk MVS-6 units to secure a large area and allows one person to monitor these units. The system also monitors the unit’s power supply. The Blackhawk MVS-6 uses a standard hybrid power system of solar and diesel technology for six months of uninterrupted remote operation. It requires only one person to set-up and can be deployed under most conditions. The Blackhawk MVS-6’s wiring is housed inside a tamper-resistant, locked enclosure that protects the unit from theft and vandalism.
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