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Micro Technology Services, Inc., of Richardson, Texas, has introduced the SR-71 BP-Case system, a battery-powered covert video system for investigation of temporary problems such as theft or illegal computer use. The recorder's simple express setting modes are designed specifically for investigations. The user presets time parameters with user-friendly programming and places the unit above the drop ceiling. The system is event-activated for quick review and has color-coded connectors. It comes with a training video, a manual, and free technical support. The battery power lasts up to two weeks.

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Date:Apr 1, 2002
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