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December 14, 2010 08:30 ET

RAE Systems' Personal Gas-Detection Monitor Featured in Fox TV Series 'Lie to Me'

The ToxiRAE 3 Personal Monitor Used in the Episode Titled 'The Canary'

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - December 14, 2010) -  RAE Systems Inc. (NYSE Amex: RAE) today announced its ToxiRAE 3 personal gas-detection monitor was featured in the Fox TV series "Lie to Me," during an episode titled "The Canary."

"Lie to Me" is a science crime drama series in the U.S. in which the antagonistic lead character, Dr. Cal Lightman (played by Tim Roth), uses his ability to read body language and facial expressions to help solve a range of crimes. According to Fox, the character is based on real-life psychologist Dr. Paul Ekman, who is an expert on facial expressions and body-language-reading techniques.

The full episode of "The Canary" can be viewed for free through the end of the year at http://www.fox.com/lietome/full-episodes. RAE Systems' products have been featured in television shows and movies, including the TV series "CSI: Miami" on the CBS network and the Hollywood film "Outbreak." 

For information about using RAE Systems gas-detection systems in feature films and television programs, contact Director of Marketing Lee Flanagin at lflanagin@raeystems.com or +1-408-952-8252.

The ToxiRAE 3 is a full-featured single-gas monitor that offers unequaled cost of ownership value to safety managers and incident commanders in a wide range of applications, including in the oil and gas, pharmaceutical, chemical and steel manufacturing industries.

About RAE Systems
RAE Systems Inc. (NYSE Amex: RAE) is a leading global provider of rapidly deployable, connected, intelligent gas-detection systems that enable real-time safety and security threat detection. RAE Systems products are used in more than 120 countries by many of the world's leading corporations and government agencies.

RAE Systems offers a full line of wirelessly enabled solutions, including personal, hand-held, transportable, and fixed instruments designed to meet the needs of any usage scenario. Applications include energy production, refining, industrial and environmental safety, public-venue safety and government first-responder markets.

For more information about RAE Systems, please visit raesystems.com.

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