Doosan Infracore Portable Power’s Blackhawk MVS-6 Mobile Video Surveillance allows remote monitoring of jobsites or other outdoor areas at substantially lower cost than security manpower.
Doosan Infracore Portable Power’s Blackhawk MVS-6 Mobile Video Surveillance security system allows remote monitoring of jobsites or other outdoor areas at substantially lower cost than hired security. The self-powered Blackhawk MVS-6 combines solar and diesel technology into a hybrid power system that provides up to six months of uninterrupted operation. Blackhawk can be remotely operated, using software that connects the user to the system’s day-or-night-imaging camera and a 40 gigabyte DVR via a wireless connection. Remote operators can pan, tilt, and zoom the camera and access the DVR to review recorded images. An integrated motion detector starts recording images when movement is detected. The onboard 6-kilowatt generator not only helps charge the batteries, but provides power to auxiliary outlets and a standard lighting feature.
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