Best Bug Detector
Voted # 1 Best Bang for Your Buck!
- RF Detector 10MHz to 8GHz = Covers almost all transmitting devices.
- Telephone Security 250Hz to 5KHz = Detect most off the shelf phone bugs.
- Laser Detector = Detects the presence of laser listening devices.
- Hidden Camera Detector = Visual and RF hidden camera detection.
The DD801 is the best multi-function countersurveillance bug detector we've ever offered. You get five counter-surveillance devices in one small package.
No surveillance kit would be complete without a RF Bug Detector so this unit starts off with a 10MHz to 8GHz RF detection unit. With a graduated bar graph type multi-color signal strength indicator you'll be able to hone in on a wireless transmitter within seconds of detection.
A built in telephone bug detector allows you to detect bugs and taps on your hard wired analog telephone in the ranges of 250Hz to 5Khz.
Laser listeners are very real long range devices that allows the user to capture audio inside your home or office just by pointing an invisible laser at your window. Simple place the unit in laser mode and sit it near a window. You'll be alerted when it detects as laser listening device so you can take the appropriate actions.
A lot of hidden cameras available now don't transmit video. Instead, they use a memory card just like the one you use for your digital camera making RF detection ineffective. A visual hidden camera detector attachment is included so you can visually inspect an area for hidden pinhole cameras.
DETECT - PREVENT - DEFEAT
Most Any Eavesdropping Device
|• ||Radio Frequency Response 10MHz ~ 8GHz |
|• ||Telesecurity - Audio Frequency Range: 250Hz ~ 5KHz |
| ||Detects |
|• ||Wireless tapping even with VOX |
|• ||Hidden cameras, Hardwired and Wireless |
|• ||Wire telephone tapping even on cable |
|• ||Computer and Fax transmitters |
|• ||Series and Parallel transmitters |
|• ||Transmitting GPS trackers (only when GPS device is transmitting signal location) |
|• ||Devices on internet phone and IP phone |
|• ||Laser Tapping |
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|• ||Wire telephone tapping |
|• ||Laser tapping |
|• ||Recordings of a voice recorder, tape, digital and parabolic reflector using white noise generator |