Handheld Bug Detector

Handheld Radio Frequency Counter Allows you to track the a signal by entering a room you may suspect of being bugged and watch the signal strength Frequency Guide (This will identify the majority of theAdd To Cart

Handheld Bug Detector

Handheld Radio Frequency Counter Allows you to track the a signal by entering a room you may suspect of being bugged and watch the signal strength Frequency Guide (This will identify the majority of the bugs and wiretaps sold in Spy Shops & over the internet.) All TSCM Inspections should include

Handheld Bug Detector

$399.00

Handheld Radio Frequency Counter Allows you to track the a signal by entering a room you may suspect of being bugged and watch the signal strength Frequency Guide (This will identify the majority of the bugs and wiretaps sold in Spy Shops & over the internet.) All TSCM Inspections should include

Handheld Radio Frequency Counter

Allows you to track the a signal by entering a room you may suspect of being bugged and watch the signal strength

Frequency Guide

(This will identify the majority of the bugs and wiretaps sold in Spy Shops & over the internet.)

All TSCM Inspections should include (at least) the following frequencies with an examination of both radiated and conducted signal pathways. Expect to see less than ten milliWatt maximum on the antenna, and for the signal to be present for only a small amount of time.

	Audio Detection    300 Hz  to	 15 kHz Base Band Audio
	Ultrasonic          10 kHz to   150 kHz Ultrasonic Audio
  • VLF-Free Space 20 kHz to 350 kHz – Are Genrally Video Cameras & Tape recorders

Carrier Current .3 kHz to 50 MHz 99% Voice (CC and PLA) Carrier Current 10 MHz to 450 MHz 99% Voice (AC Mains Antenna)

Free Space-HF 3 kHz to 50 MHz 99% Voice Free Space-VHF 30 MHz to 300 MHz 10% Video/80% Voice/10% Data Free Space-UHF 300 MHz to 900 MHz 25% Video/60% Voice/15% Data

Free Space-MW1 900 MHz to 3.0 GHz 50% Video/40% Voice/10% Data Free Space-MW2 3 GHz to 18.0 GHz Mostly Video and Data Free Space-MW3 18 GHz to 26.5 GHz Mostly Video and Data Free Space-MW4 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz (optional, based on threat)

And UV/Infrared! (Look for “Blooms”)

  • 150 – 450 nm Modulated UV Light Bugs
  • 350 – 700 nm Modulated Visible Light Bugs (450 to 675nm very common)
  • 700 – 1100 nm Audio Transmitters/Lasers (880 to 950nm very common)
  • 800 – 1510 nm Audio Transmitters/Laser Microphones (rare)
  • 750 – 900 nm Night Vision Illuminators
  • 850 – 1750 nm IR Bugs and IR Illuminators

and optical bugs installed INSIDE light bulbs and fixtures

  • 450 nm – Modulated Tungsten bugs
  • 490 nm – Modulated Sodium bugs
  • 575 nm – Modulated Fluorescent bugs

· A more practical frequency counter ·

Frequency range: 1 MHz – 3 GHz · Weight: 210g · Case: 80 mm * 68 mm * 31 mm stamped aluminum with black anodized finish
· Battery: Internal 4 * AA 600 mAH NiCd pack
· 10 digit liquid Crystal Display
· Low power consumption (Average 6 hour battery life)
· Hold switch to lock di splay
· Digital filter to prevent display of random noise
· Low battery indicator
· Ultra sensitive synchronous detector 16 section bargraph to show RF signal strength
· High speed 300 MHz direct counter with 0.1 Hz resolution
· 4 selectable gate speeds

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This hand-held frequency counter is a more practical counter, even & is used by professional Counter Surveillance specialists,

Private investigators it is one of the leading detectors in its league.

Extremely High Threat Frequency Bands

 50 - 750 kHz - Carrier Current Bugs (power, phone, HVAC lines)

 25 -  80 MHz Ultra low power devices (micro watt devices) 
 65 - 130 MHz Micro power Part 15 devices (FM broadcast band)
130 - 150 MHz Body Wires and Wireless Microphones - Band I
150 - 174 MHz Body Wires and Wireless Microphones - Band II
174 - 225 MHz Body Wires and Wireless Microphones - Band III

295 – 310 MHz Spread Spectrum and Micro powered Bugs (micro watt devices)

  • 330 – 440 MHz Audio/Video Bugs (398.605, 300.455, and 399.030 MHz are popular)
  • 430 – 550 MHz Audio/Video Bugs (433.920 and 418 MHz is popular)
  • 800 – 990 MHz Audio/Video Bugs (902-985 MHz ISM band is popular)
  • 1.10 – 1.95 GHz Video and Audio (980 MHz to 1.45 GHz is very popular)
  • 2.00 – 2.75 GHz Video and Audio (2.4 to 2.45 GHz is extremely popular)
  • 5.60 – 7.50 GHz Video and Audio (5.8 to 6.2 GHz is becoming very popular)
  • 8.10 – 13.00 GHz Video and Audio (Popular)
  • 850 – 950 nm Infrared Transmitters

Advanced features such as field strength measurement are incorporated. It is compact, truly pocket sized,
test instrument designed for ease of use and dependable performance.
Supplied as a complete with internal NiCd pack, AC wall charger and 7 section telescopic antenna.

Frequency-counter

Specifications
Frequency range 1 MHz – 3 GHz
Weight 210 g
Size 80 mm high x 68 mm wide x 31 mm deep
Impedance 50 Ohms (BNC Socket)
Case Stamped aluminum with black anodized finish
Battery Internal 4 x AA 600 mAH NiCd pack
Power 9 VDC 300 mA
Timebase Less than 1 PPM at room temperature

Features

  • 10 digit Liquid Crystal Display
  • Filter to prevent display of random noise
  • Low power consumption (Average 6 hour battery life)
  • Supplied with NiCd pack, AC wall charger and telescopic antenna
  • Hold switch to lock display
  • Low battery indicator
  • Ultra sensitive synchronous detector 16 section bar graph to show RF signal

strength

  • High speed 300 MHz direct counter with 0.1 Hz resolution
  • 4 selectable gate speeds

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Controls
1. Power Switch – This slide switch turns the counter on and initiates a 2 second
test of all the LCD segments.
2. Range Switch – This should be switched to the 300 MHz position for frequencies
between 1 MHz and 300 MHz and switched to the 3 GHz position for frequencies
between 10 MHz and 3 GHz.
3. Filter Switch – This slide switch turns the filter on and off.
4. Hold Button – This holds the current display and stops the counter from
counting.
5. Gate Button – This selects the gate or measurement time. A longer gate time
allows counting for longer period and results in higher accuracy.
6. Calibration – The calibration adjustment opening is located on the front
panel of the counter. This allows access to the trimmer capacitor that
provides about a 10 PPM adjustment range of the time base oscillator. This
is not usually necessary but to do so read a signal of an known frequency
before adjusting the trimmer for correct frequency display. If you calibrate
at 4.1943 MHz or above then the counter will be more accurate.
NiCd Operation
This frequency counter can operate for up to six hours from its fully charged NiCd
batteries. They are charged when the unit is plugged into the supplied AC/DC adapter.
Full recharge will occur over12 to16 hours. Before recharging the batteries you
should be deep cycled occasionally by allowing them to completely discharge to
maintain maximum battery capacity. The NiCd batteries should last for several years.
However, it is a good idea to check them every twelve months for signs of corrosion
or leakage. Always replace the whole set if any one cell fails.

1. Signal Input
When using the counter with an antenna for signal pick up, random frequencies
may appear on the display.

This is quite normal and is caused by the high gain of the receiver circuits which amplify noise in the absence of a strong

readable signal. Never get the unit too close to a transmitter as internal damage will result.

2. Antenna Selection
The supplied telescopic antenna is best for general purpose use. This is
because its length can be adjusted to suit the frequency required.Usually
you will want a shorter antenna for UHF and a fully extended one for VHF /
HF.

3. Reception Distance From Transmitter
The distance from which you will be able to receive frequencies will depend
upon the type and location of the transmitting antenna, transmitter output
power and the frequency in use.
Some typical distances are:
Cordless Phone 0.3 meters
Cellular Phone 3 – 20 m
CB radio 2 – 8 m
VHF Two Way Radio 3 – 30 m
UHF Two Way Radio 3 – 30 mnput Sensitivity ( Typical )
Amplifier 50 Ohm
Impedance 50 Ohm VSWR less than 2:1
Range 1 MHz – 3 GHz
Sensitivity < 0.8 mV at 100 MHz
< 6 mV at 300 MHz
< 7 mV at 1.0 GHz
< 100 mV at 2.4 GHz
Max. input 15 dBm
RF Signal Strength Bargraph
Frequency 1st Segment Full Scale
27 MHz 7 mV 100 mV
150 MHz 5 mV 90 mV
800 MHz 10 mV 200 mV
Frequency Display Resolution
Range Gate Time (Seconds) LSD Sample Display
0.0625 10 Hz 300.00000 MHz
0.25 1 Hz 300.000000 MHz
1.0 1 Hz 300.000000 MHz
300 MHz
4.0 0.1 Hz 300.0000000 MHz
0.0625 1000 Hz 3000.000 MHz
0.25 100 Hz 3000.0000 MHz
1.0 10 Hz 3000.00000 MHz
3 GHz
4.0 10 Hz 3000.00000 MHz

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