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HARDWIRED AND WIRELESS VIDEO CAMERA DETECTOR
Is Someone Watching You? This camera detector Knows. Detect that wired or wireless video camera. Rest Easy With Our New Sweep Unit! Now Improved with Vibration Feature.



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HARDWIRED AND WIRELESS VIDEO CAMERA DETECTOR


Specifications

  • Size: 4.25' X 2.25' X 1.25'

  • Weight: 10 oz.

  • Batteries: Two 9 volt alkaline transistor type

  • Current: 50 mA average

  • Frequency response: tuned to 15.75 KHz

  • Antenna: 5' external tuned VLF

  • Detection Range: 2 to 15 Feet, depending on the type of camera.

  • LEDs

    Green: On
    Yellow: Locked; flashes = acquiring a signal, steady = locked on a signal
    Red: Four Step Signal Meter

    Many More Models Available!


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Monty Henry
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DPL-Surveillance-Equipment.com LLC
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Camarillo, California 93010-2768 USA
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FACT SHEET: HARDWIRED AND WIRELESS VIDEO CAMERA DETECTOR

Why does this unit work so well?

It's a simple concept. This unit is based on the following theory. Video cameras contain a horizontal oscillator which operates at 15.75 KHz. This signal is radiated from the camera at a very low level and can be picked up by this specialized Very Low Frequency (VLF) unit.

Why don't regular RF Detectors find hard wired/wireless video cameras?

Most over the counter frequency scanners only target a range from 50 MHz. to 3 GHz. These are the most common frequencies used to broadcast images via a wireless radio signal.

Till now hard wired/wireless cameras were almost impossible to detect. Many RF style sweep units are offered that detect radio frequencies used to transmit video from one location to another. The RF style sweeps were almost useless when a hard wired/wireless video camera was in place. Now you can detect these video cameras. This is a must have addition to your counter-measure arsenal.

Finding Video Cameras with this unit.

Because they use the same horizontal frequency as video cameras, any televisions in the area should be turned off. Otherwise, you will get false indications from the TV. Also, the ballast in some fluorescent lamps emits a signal in the same frequency range, so turn them off too.

Turn the unit on and set the Sensitivity control to MAX. The Green Power On LED should light. The Yellow LED will come on briefly as the unit performs a self-test and then will go off. Walk slowly around the room while sweeping slowly up and down from ceiling to floor.

If there is an operating video camera in the room, the Yellow LED will begin to flash. As you approach the camera , the Yellow LED will come on steady indicating that the unit is locked onto a valid signal and the RED LEDs will come on in order as the signal strength increases.

The VLF antenna used with this unit is directional with maximum signal pickup off the end of the antenna. This directional characteristic can help you pinpoint the location of the video camera.

When the Red LEDs come on, simply turn the unit so that the antenna faces different directions. The direction of the strongest pickup indicates the camera direction. If the signal gets stronger as you move forward, then the camera is to the front. Otherwise, it's behind you.

The sensitivity control can be used to help zero in on the location of the camera. Just reduce the sensitivity setting until the Red LEDs begin to go out. Then sweep the unit back and forth as you move forward. The LEDs again grow brightly as you move closer to the camera.

Find those hard (direct) wired/wireless video cameras now!





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