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SS-ASR-A31 Audio Surveillance Recorder

The SS-ASR-A31 is a high capacity covert digital recorder with low power consumption, making it   one of the most compact and effective covert audio recorders available. Guinness World Record Winner! The SS-ASR-A31 is the smallest recorder in the world, being… Continue Reading →

Developing the future of Communications technology

Somerdata Ltd continues to develop original and innovative solutions to the special design problems for communications hardware.  Our UK-based Engineering department produces off-the-shelf  and custom designs for data rates from E1 to OC 12. Splitters,  switches,  routers, recorders and data… Continue Reading →

This Month’s New Products

Somerdata is pleased to highlight our product ranges for the security and communications market. Now available  is our new development kit for our range of miniature audio recording modules.  The kit allows rapid development of customised solutions where standard audio… Continue Reading →

SS-ASR B8 Audio Surveillance Recorder

The SS-ASR-B8 is a high capacity covert digital recorder with low power consumption, LCD display, voice activation, integrated timer and selectable compression option The SS-ASR B8 allows the user to replay recordings through the Recorder itself and is not limited… Continue Reading →

R2D3 E1/PRI PCI Data Capture Card

R2D3® PCI data capture cards follow our successful R2D2® range of ISA cards first introduced in 1997 for E1 data capture and provide the basis for development of software solutions for real-time signal surveillance, monitoring, recording, archiving, analysis and processing… Continue Reading →

ETDT – Ethernet Splitter/Buffer

ETDT Ethernet Splitter/Buffer provides a means of non-intrusively monitoring and capturing traffic flowing in both directions of a 100MHz LAN connection. The port connections are made through two RJ-45 connectors that are hard-wired in parallel. All network traffic is passed-through… Continue Reading →

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