Does your business have a problem with mobile phone usage?
SDI are pleased to introduce the new super sensitive SH055SDRV portable device to detect and track down people using cellular telephones.
This pocket sized device is ideal for use for detecting people using mobile phones in use in offices, prisons or hospitals etc, anywhere that people are not supposed to be using phones or are to be discouraged. This model is super sensitive and will detect cellular phones up to 40 feet away, once detected the sensitivity can be adjusted to home in on the signal, making this device particularly suitable for use in prisons and other establishments with concealed rooms.
It will alert you to mobile phone usage in a variety of ways and is designed for discreet covert use by using the vibrate alert or earphone supplied. The model shown is equipped with vibration alert, sensitivity adjustment, earphone, belt hook and comes complete with batteries and full instructions.
Size: L 87 x W 55 x T 24mm
Weight: about 85g (including batteries)
Detecting range: 50MHz ~ 6.0GHz
Power: 3V DC (AAA/UM-4 battery x 2)
Warning mode 1: Sound and 3 LEDs display
Warning mode 2: Silent, only 3 LEDs display
Warning mode 3: Vibration, 3 LEDs display and earphone output
Detect and home in on all cell phones, wireless phones and hidden cameras
3 LEDs indication: Level 1 (Weak), Level 2 (Medium), Level 3 (Strong).
Dual strength indication: Sound, LED and Vibration
Sensitivity tuner for Distance adjustment.
Switchable sound / Silent detection.
With earphone to detect covertly.
Hospitals, medical centres or intensive care units that forbid cellular usage.
Schools, Cinemas, theatres, concerts, museums, casinos or art galleries.
Summit conference or meeting.
Military or government premises that forbid cellular phone usage or where wireless camera recording is forbidden.
Offices, restaurants or any commercial premises that would like to remove cellular or RF disturbance.
Please note that the cell phone detectors will not pick up phones that are switched off or on standby (unless they are sending out an auto registration signal).