Video Mount Products Features New Low Profile DVR LB3 DVR Lockbox at 2013 ISC East

Video Mount Products Features New Low Profile DVR LB3 DVR Lockbox at 2013 ISC East

Video Mount Products a provider of mounting solutions for the security, commercial and pro audio/video markets, is proud to announce it will feature the new Video Mount Products Features New Low Profile DVR LB3 DVR Lockbox at 2013 ISC EastDVR-LB3 DVR Lockbox during ISC East 2013, held in New York from Nov. 20-21 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, booth 442. Now shipping, the low-profile DVR-LB3 has an MSRP of $236.95.

“The DVR-LB3 is the next in our series of DVR lockboxes, following our popular DVR-LB1 and DVR-LB2 lockboxes,” explained Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. “The DVR-LB3 features all the security benefits of the others in the series, but its low-profile makes it perfect for today's smaller DVRs, NVRs and installations restricted to limited space requirements.”

VMP has included a single fan, as well as a mounting location for a second fan should additional thermal management be required. Multiple vents with vent blockers for active or passive thermal management have also been incorporated.

Additional features of the VMP DVR-LB3 lockbox include:

  • Interior dimensions: 17.2in W x 21in D x 5in H;
  • Rack mountable on two or four posts with a three RU overall height;
  • Interlocking lift-off lid;
  • Key-locked hinged front door; and
  • Black static resistant powder coat finish.

According to Fulmer, high-end electronics have become a staple in today’s security, institutional, and commercial marketplaces. As these expensive technologies and equipment, including DVRs, find homes in more and more commercial and professional settings, additional security measures need to be taken to insure these electronics are not harmed or stolen without compromising remote control accessibility.

“Our DVR-LB3 is the next generation lockbox, built upon the principle of creating peace of mind for those who require DVRs and NVRs be installed in settings that may be prone to theft or vandalism, but at the same time allowing for the flexibility of a smaller housing solution,” Fulmer concluded.

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