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Saturday, 17 October 2015 15:42

Detect and Locate Hidden Cell Phones & SIM Cards

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CellDetect™ introduced the new Orion 2.4 HX Non-linear Junction Detector (NLJD) (correctional version) in Centurion, South Africa.

The Orion 2.4 HX Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) from Research Electronics International (REI) (USA) introduces a new generation of high power NLJD’s for correctional and custodial departments. The Orion has a maximum power output of 6.6 W making it the most powerful compact NLJD available on the market.

It   can easily detect and locate any hidden electronics regardless whether the device is radiating, hard-wired or turned off.  The   Orion easily detects cell phones and even hidden SIM cards. The Orion 2.4 HX is the first NLJD on the market with a time graph display. The TGD   continuously displays the history of the harmonic responses.

The Orion 2.4 HX NLJD has a new polycarbonate body and antenna head which provides many user benefits over traditional NLJD’s.  Wardens and custodial personnel utilises a NLJD to search for cell phones, SIM cards and other electronic contraband.   

Correctional officers and custodial personnel utilises a NLJD to search for cell phones, SIM cards and other electronic contraband.   

CellDetect™ (a South African company based in Centurion) is the only company in the World that specialises exclusively in providing solutions and technology to correctional, custodial and government departments regarding the prevention and detection of cellular telephones and other communications devices in areas where they are prohibited and not wanted.

Please contact Mark Whitehead for more information.




Technical Manager - CellDetect

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