Loronix Information Systems has developed CCTVWare Transit, a video security system for passenger vehicles that records images from up to five different cameras onto a removable disk drive for retrieval using a standard Pentium PC. Designed for mounting on any flat surface, the 50mm x 50mm Loronix Moving Eyeball camera features manual pan and tilt, and a built-in condenser microphone.

Manufactured from clear polyester 175mm thick, Film 7160 from Avery Dennison Marking Films Division is designed to protect windows from scratching by vandals. Coated with a pressure-sensitive adhesive which leaves no residue when a damaged panel is peeled off, the film can also protect passengers from flying glass if the window is broken.

Philips Business Electronics has introduced two colour CCTV systems based on a 355 mm monitor that displays images from up to four cameras simultaneously. An on-screen menu allows users to programme the system according to their requirements, and options include an intercom facility with each camera position.

An extended range of inverters for 48VDC telecommunications applications has been launched by Power Systems International. Incorporating Power Systems’ pulse width modulation transistor inversion technology and producing little noise or heat, the inverters are available with single or three-phase outputs of 7·5, 10 and 15 kVA.

Superform Aluminium has supplied Ansec Ltd of Mansfield with curved ceiling panels to shroud ventilation fans on London Underground Piccadilly line trainsets being refurbished by Bombardier Prorail. The panels are produced from 2mm starting gauge 5083 superplastically formed aluminium using the cavity forming method.

Tyne & Wear Metro has installed the first pair of fabric-reinforced neoprene gangway bellows from Northern Rubber, as part of a rolling stock refurbishment programme under way at its Gosforth workshops. Meeting current fire safety standards, the bellows allow access to vital maintenance points.

York International is supplying chillers for use in air-conditioning systems at six stations on Hong Kong’s Airport Railway, a depot and an administration building. In addition to these 28 water and air-cooled chillers, six air-handling units are being installed at Tung Chung station.

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Superform Aluminium 136

Northern Rubber 137

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