Motorola VT100 and VB400 body-worn cameras

Thursday, 01 July, 2021 | Supplied by: Ace Communication Distributors Pty Ltd



Body-worn cameras can be used with radios to deter aggressive behaviours and protect staff. Evidence capturing also assists in easing processes in managing allegations and complaints.

The VT100 is a small, lightweight and unobtrusive device with a standby battery life of up to 6 months. The device can live stream for up to 90 min and streams audio and video to a security operations centre or video management software. The VT100 is customisable for brand recognition, secure, impenetrable and tamperproof, providing court-ready evidence.

The VB400 is a slightly larger, more heavy-duty camera device with a wide-angle, 1080p HD lens to capture high-quality video and a recording time of up to 12 h on a single charge. If paired with radios over Bluetooth, the VB400 can automatically record when the user’s radio enters an emergency state. When tethered to a trusted Wi-Fi network or a personal 4G hotspot, users are able to live stream video footage to remote colleagues.

Online: www.acecomms.com.au
Phone: 07 3821 4111
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