Victor, NY, USA: Effective July 10, 2013. L-Tron Corporation’s 4910LR Driver’s License Scanner is generating excitement across the nation – and has been since its launch in April 2013. The cutting-edge 4910 License Reader (http://www.l-trondirect.com/Honeywell-4910LR-Next-Gen-Area-Imaging-Scanner-p/4910lr-151-ltrk.htm ), powered by Honeywell’s Adaptus® Imaging Technology, has received positive feedback from the Law Enforcement and Public Safety communities and coverage from multiple media outlets.
The 4910LR was an editor’s pick in the “In Our Sights” section of the May/June issue of Law Enforcement Products News magazine, the most thorough product magazine in the industry, and is featured (www.officer.com/10889177/) on Officer.com, a popular Law Enforcement website. Local news sources from the Rochester, NY area have also highlighted L-Tron’s new product, including this informative article and video (link: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013306170017&nclick_check=1) by the Democrat and Chronicle.
The 4910LR went “on tour” this past spring, as L-Tron exhibited at Law Enforcement conferences throughout the country, including shows in Iowa, New York, and Arizona. At each event, L-Tron showcased its License Reader, along with the Company’s spectrum of e-citation solutions and patrol vehicle technology and equipment. (http://www.l-tron.com/Products/PatrolVehicleEquipment.aspx)
According to Gayle DeRose, L-Tron’s Chief Operating Officer, “We had a busy booth at each of the shows, with a great deal of interest in our newly released 4910LR. At the Empire State Law Enforcement Traffic Safety Conference in New York and the Law Enforcement Information Management Expo in Arizona, we were also able to provide a sneak peak of our upcoming Android/Windows predictive policing and crime mapping application for Honeywell’s Dolphin 70e Black, which we have on the docket for later this month. Stay tuned!”
The result of developing a well-liked product with great publicity? RAD DeRose, L-Tron’s President and CEO, notes that sales of the 4910LR are up in its first two months after launch, 60% ahead of the 4910LR predecessor, the 4810LR, over the same time period one year ago.
L-Tron Corporation’s rugged 4910LR captures data from driver’s licenses, vehicle registrations, and laptop screens at traffic stops, accident scenes, and incident scenes. Purpose-built for patrol cars, the scanner works hand-in-hand with TraCS and other Law Enforcement software packages to lower operating costs, reduce the burden of administrative tasks, and virtually eliminate manual errors.
About L-Tron Corporation:
Founded in 1975, L-Tron Corporation is a provider of data acquisition, data collection and industrial automation solutions for commercial, manufacturing, healthcare, OEM, Law Enforcement and government agencies around the world. L-Tron helps organizations increase operating efficiency and control costs by partnering with industry-leading manufacturers to design and develop productivity-enhancing products that reduce manual processes and increase data accuracy in these environments.