Kendall Howard VCR/DVR Security Lock Box
- Vented front and rear panels to keep equipment cool
- Flexible mounting options; may be mounted on top surfaces or wall mounted (with optional mounting brackets)
- Includes two rear cable access plugs allowing easy cable routing
- Front swing-out door offers a pre-installed cam lock and two keys
- Heavy-duty 18AWG steel frame construction
- Black electrostatic microfinish
- Made in the USA
The VCR/DVR Security Lock Box provides a secure means to house security VCR and DVR equipment. It's designed for maximum protection of video time-lapse recorders and like equipment, protecting it from unauthorized access with enough space for switches and accessories. The housing features outstanding cooling characteristics aided by an optional ultra quiet fan, sold separately. Included also are two rear cable access plugs, allowing easy cable routing.
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|KH-1917-3-001-00||VCR/DVR Security Lock Box||9"H x 20"W x 21"D||30 lbs.|
|KH-1917-3-002-00||Mounting Bracket Set||11.34"H x 0.97"W x 19.61"D||3 lbs.|
|KH-1908-3-001-01||Fan Assembly Kit
(Includes mounting hardware)
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Comments about Kendall Howard VCR/DVR Security Lock Box:
Yeah, looks totally secure.
If I were into breaking and entering and I noticed I was on camera, the first thing I would look for is the DVR. I sure wouldn't have any problems prying this P O S open with a hammer!
And even if I couldn't, I'd just pour water into the vents on top, shorting out the unit inside.
I might not kill the hard drive but at least it would be out of commission.
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