Cell Phone/GPS Detector DD3001

$495.00

Description

Description

 

The  DD3001 can detect all mobile activities, including: SMS (short message service, i.e. text) and MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service i.e. images or audio), phone call audio and data transmission. This Phone and GPS detector is ideal for radio frequency engineers and technicians, or those who just want to keep on top of things.

The detector offers wireless signal detection in theaters, restaurants, trains, buses, library facilities, government, financial institutions and testing centers. It has an adjustable sensitivity and frequency band with an alert that can be set to “load buzzer” or “silent vibration” The Detector will show you an instant snapshot of the scanned frequencies.

 

Note: This item only detects cell phone / GPS signals during transmission.

Specifications: 

  • LCD Display
  • 824-1980 MHz Scanning range
  • Vibration and buzzing alert
  • High/Medium/Low sensitivity adjustment
  • DC 5V Adapter power input
  • DC 3.7V Battery input
  • 24 hours Battery lifetime
  • Battery life indicator display
  • 4.5V-5.5V Operating voltage

Includes:

  • DC 5V charger
  • Earphones
  • 3.7V Battery
  • Euro adapter plug
  • Antenna

SIZE: 3.75″ x 3.7″ x 1″

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