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T3 Motion Launches New Non-Lethal Response Vehicle

October 19, 2011

COSTA MESA, CA - T3 Motion, Inc. has launched its new T3 Non-Lethal Response Vehicle (NLRV), which the company said is designed to provide law enforcement with a vehicle for use during riots and violent protests. The all-electric vehicle features a range of less-than-lethal technologies for use by officers, including semi-automatic launchers capable of firing various types of less-than-lethal ammunition including pepper balls, water balls, dye markers, or rubber projectiles.

Each vehicle can store up to 10,000 rounds. High-intensity LED deterrent strobe lights, specifically designed to deter a disorderly crowd, are incorporated into the vehicle, according to the company. These deterrent lights provide long-life LED operation with low-energy consumption and were designed with Whelen Engineering. The vehicle is equipped with a riot shield to physically protect the officer from crowds.

The T3 NLRV’s features include the following:

  • High-intensity LED deterrent light -- up to 40,000 lumens
  • 700 rounds per minute non-lethal shooting capabilities
  • High-capacity air tanks with up to 10,000 round shooting capability
  • PA system
  • Riot shield
  • High-capacity, swappable batteries
  • Video recording capability
  • Puncture-proof tires
  • All-electric

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