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Forward observation posts and those responsible for perimeter security can benefit from this product. Built upon their low cost infrared marker that has been in use since 1984, this adapted variant features a spool of wire, connector and a beacon that shoots out either a visible or invisible signal (depending on model) indicating a security breach. The unit’s three LEDs are powered by one 9-volt battery. CEJAY also offers protective cases to better secure the marker. The original Phoenix Junior beacon has proven itself extremely useful on the battlefield, by marking personnel, vehicles, pathways, and friendly positions. For more information, visit www.cejayeng.com.

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