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Bug Finder Counter-Monitoring Device

    Bug Finder Counter-Monitoring Device

    Manufacturer: Aaronia

    This product is discontinued.


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    Handheld signal detectors are hardly new; product small enough to fit in one hand, and covering a certain frequency range to detect bugs.  But in a world of growing digitalization and miniaturization, surreptitious listening devices are becoming increasingly difficult to detect. Aaronia’s handheld bug and transmitter detector offers a cutting-edge update to the established technology in terms of weight, portability, battery life, and performance.

    Frequency and Modulation
    Covering a frequency range of 10MHz - 12GHz, the Bug Finder can tackle the latest innovations in bugging technology, covering the modulation methods FM, NFM, WFM, AM, PCM, PAM, DECT, WLAN, GSM, SS, SSB. Both the 12-point LED display and the Auto-Sense button make settings easy to navigate.

    Many other signal detectors depend on a 9 V battery as their power supply, requiring the device to have a certain size. But the Bug Finder’s metal case houses a 3.7 V Lithium polymer battery this not only enables the finder to be considerably smaller and lighter, but also allows for a battery life/operational time of 3 hours (and a charging time of 1.5 hours).

    How it works
    The Bug Finder produces a dynamic acoustic ‘blip’. As the finder gets closer to the RF signal’s source, the frequency of the blip intensifies. When the blip hits a constant note/tone, the blip interval can be reset, enabling the user to refine tracking the source. Included in the kit for focused tracking are two LogPer antennas (900 - 2500MHz and 2000 - 11000MHz) as well as two omnidirectional antennas (20 - 1500MHz and 900 - 12000MHz).

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