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Protect 1203 Portable Bug Detector

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Protect 1203 Portable Bug Detector

The Protect 1203 will detect different types of radio transmitting equipment and inform you by way of a bar graph indicator or silently by a vibrating indicator. Currently there are a lot of commercially available surveillance devices that allow you to pick up different information from your office, apartment or car. These bugging devices work within different frequency ranges and have different modulation and scheme types. They may transmit using standard modulation as well as non-standard.

The Protect 1203 can detect all of these bugging devices when in active mode. You can test premises, cars or any type of items; including office equipment. You will also be able to check people for body-carried transmitters. You may perform covert sweeping using the vibrating indicator. In such cases you can carry the Protect 1203 about your person and stand in close proximity to a potential threat. If the vibration starts near a certain place, this indicates that the radio field is higher and there is a RF device.

The housing of the Protect 1203 is made of a durable duralumin material, which protects the device from being dropped, humidity and other unfavorable conditions.

Features
● Reliable and tested device for different sweeping tasks
● Detect both analogue and digital transmissions
● Allows the operator to locate the source
● 10-segment indicator of RF level
● Vibrating signal for concealed indication of a high RF level Adjustable sensitivity
● Frequency range 30—6000 MHz
● Durable duralumin case
● Powered by 2 AAA batteries
● High sensitivity
● Last version includes the 'CITY' antenna; allowing the device to avoid interference from external sources in cities or near broadcasting towers etc.

Specification

Frequency response

30--6000 MHz

Power supply

2×AAA/LR3/R3

Power consumption

 

With one green segment on

65mA

With all the green segments on

80mA

With active vibrator

145mA

Continuous operation

Approximately 10 hours

 

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