ROTECK South Africa has launched a new generation of weapon detection technology

Weapon and metal detection is only one part of the security industry making our modern life a little bit more secure. But usual walk through detectors are bulky and heavy and not suitable for battery or solar operation
By: G Wockelmann
 
June 16, 2009 - PRLog -- ROTECK EMF weapon detectors are probing natural resources in order to detect steel, iron and similar metal alloys, which are commonly used in dangerous weapons like guns and knifes. The detectors are probing for disturbance by movement of those metals only, any other metals like keys, coins, belt buckles etc. are ignored by the system which makes identification of possible dangerous weapons easy.

ROTECK EMF weapon detectors operate emission free and they are lightweight with an average of 3.5-7.0 Kg only (depending on model). The power saving electronic enables to operate the system by battery and/or solar power in all portable applications up to 24 hours without recharge.

ROTECK EMF weapon detectors are available for different applications. We offer a variety of fixed frame models anodised in different standard colours like silver, black and bronze (dark and bright), or powder coated and in tailor-made size. The units are available with or without exchangeable advertising frames, as an invisible model for permanent installation in existing passages, doorframes etc. and for discreet operation, as collapsible version for events and as baggage scanner, also available with or without exchangeable advertising frames. All detector models are walk-in or walk-through types, meaning the person screened for weapons can be stopped at the exit by a barrier or door for the application to grant or deny automatically or manual access or exit to shops, offices or buildings. All detectors can also be made waterproof for outdoor applications.

The products in detail:

FrameScan is presently the most versatile walk through weapon detector for all event applications. FrameScan is collapsible down to briefcase size and erected in less than 60 seconds. All the mentioned EMF features are also available to FrameScan including a waterproofed version for harsh environments. FrameScan can be operated from a build in rechargeable battery for more than 20 hours and recharged from any 12 volt DC source, for instance from a solar panel, from a car battery or any regulated or unregulated power supply. The total weight is less than 5 K g including carry case.

PassageScan is presently one of the most versatile EMF weapon detectors as it combines all the EMF features with a neat design. PassageScan can be anodised in different standard colours like silver, black and bronze (dark and bright), or powder coated and tailor-made to requested sizes. The units are available with or without exchangeable advertising boards. All our detector models are walk-in or walk-through types, meaning, the person screened for suspicious metals can be stopped at the exit by a turn style, barrier or door in order to grant or deny automatically or manual access or exit to shops, offices or buildings. All detectors can also be made waterproof for outdoor applications and be added together to multiple units.

The InvisibleScan is made for permanent installation in existing passages, doorframes etc. and mostly invisible. The units are made from 24x14mm paint able design PVC trunking system and include all necessary system parts like inside/outside corners, T- and end pieces for a quick and neat installation.

The ROTECK EMF BaggageScan is presently one of the most versatile weapon scanners. A movable tray attached to the frame slides over the sensors in order to detect all suspect metals inside the baggage for probe. BaggageScan is lightweight, portable and can be operated from a build in rechargeable battery for more than 20 hours. BaggageScan is also available with exchangeable advertising frames. The detection speed is about 1.800 units per hour

PassageScan and BaggageScan are available with an additional exchangeable advertising frame that allows advertising on both sides, inside and outside the construction and additionally on top if required. This is more than 4 square meters free advertising space on a single PassageScan, usually placed in front of a shop entrance. The advertising can be printed on 2x3mm single-side or 1x6mm double-side boards. If a high quality print is required, a printout on paper, covered by 2x3mm Perspex sheets is also possible. The ad give the detector frame a neat look and is adding value to the original functionality.

Additional to all EMF systems a remote pattern detector, operated by radio, is available. This unit is to detect a certain pattern from the weapon detector. After installation and connection to any alarm system, dialler or radio the system is on alert 24/7. The detector frame transmits any pre adjusted high alert signal to the pattern detector. With a single signal received, the internal beeper sounds for attention and the unit will trigger the first stage alarm. If there is no further high alert detected within the following 30 seconds, the unit will reset automatically and turning back to idle mode. If there is a second, third etc. high alert signal detected within the 30-second time frame, the unit will trigger the second stage alarm. The silent panic alarm than will be triggered after 30 seconds and only pushing the reset button can stop this condition. All detectors are prepared for walking direction verification, one-way traffic counting, high alert counting or automated doorbell. An independent operating radio remote photo trigger camera can also be compromised to all systems.

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ROTECK South Africa cc is situated in Johannesburg, South Africa. We develop, manufacture and market mainly EMF weapon detectors and other security related equipment.
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Source:G Wockelmann
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Location:Johannesburg - Gauteng - South Africa
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