Published: April 2007
Cross Point Industries Inc’s ground observing reconnaissance transmitter (GORT) unit includes a 500-watt halogen lamp, a CCTV camera mount and connections for 12V DC camera power and video signal. The unit detects and responds to the presence of intruders within a protected area. Wireless sensors extend the reach of the GORT unit so it can detect and track activity up to 1,000 ft. away.
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