Law Enforcement

Gemineye Wireless Quad Camera System

Code 3

September 6, 2017 - Products

Code 3’s Gemineye wireless quad monitor provides drivers with a 360-degree sense of security when maneuvering patrol cars, prisoner transports, anti-riot vehicles, and command centers by providing visibility of up to four blind spot angles at once.

The entire system, including cameras, can be set up in less than 30 minutes with no need to run any wires other than power. Models are expandable to up to four cameras, and each unit uses a secure, integrated digital SD card, making review and retrieval of data easy.

The Wireless Quad Camera System comes with a 7-inch widescreen, LCD high-resolution, touchscreen, color monitor with quad screen split capability. The system also includes a color infrared camera, which delivers excellent picture quality even in low-light conditions.

Each model is 6 inches high, 8.4 inches wide, and 2.8 inches deep. The Wireless Quad Camera System meets all FCC, CE, R10 requirements, and is RoHS certified.

Each model comes with a one-year warranty.

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