Mfr/Brand: Mini Gadgets, Inc. / Mini Gadgets
Your Camera And Bug Detector #CD-RFLD will be new, not used or from old stock.
This hidden camera detector finds hidden wired and wireless video cameras (dead or alive) and alerts you in one of three ways: an alarm, silent LED, or vibration. It also has a wide-band RF bug detector that will sniff out the most likely variety of sound bugs.
Find hidden cameras and listening devices (bugs) with this pocket-sized camera and bug detector. Why this detector is so "must have" for people who don't want to be spied upon: You can visit someone else's office and know if they are spying on you, without their knowing you know.
This camera and bug detector offers discreet operation:
Covert design. Due to its small size and (selectably) silent operation, you can spy on the spies.
Very small, light weight, and portable.
Built in lithium-ion battery for extended operation.
This camera and bug detector offers advanced detection:
Detects hidden video cameras, even if they are inoperable.
Wide range sweep for bugs from 1MHz - 6500MHz.
Detects wired and wireless hidden video cameras.
Instant auto-detecting function.
Wideband RF bug detector with working frequency between 1MHz - 6500MHz.
Also sweeps and detects VHF, UHF, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GSM bugs.
It also has multiple alarming modes:
Silent alert vibration mode.
Beeping alarm alert mode.
Silent LED alert mode.
Detecting frequency range: 1MHz - 6500MHz.
Laser detecting range of wired cameras (self-shoot): 0.1 - 20 m.
Detecting range of RF device: 0.05 - 10 m (subjected to the transmitting power of the RF device).
Viewing Lens: IR filtered lens.
Current consumption: 8mA.
Self-shoot detecting wave length: 920nm.
Battery: Internal Lithium-Ion.
Full charge will last up to 6 hours for the lens detector and up to 15 for the RF detector.
A security device is a good investment, but it can do only so much. We offer excellent security devices, and we want you to get the most from your purchase. The following tips will help. We sell some security devices to consumers, so first some tips for those customers. Then some tips for our corporate customers.
Home security. You may have heard the expression, "When seconds count, the cops are only minutes away." Cameras and other detection devices are great, but what's the execution plan? Don't think "detect and report," think "detect and protect." The most effective home protection device is a shotgun. Typically, it doesn't need to be fired to have the desired effect. But this isn't the only protection measure. You can also have an escape and assembly plan, a safe room, or some other measure. Yes, install those detection devices. But don't think that simply knowing your perimeter is breached makes you safe.
We suspected there was "a" bug in our office somewhere. Using this detector, we found it. And over a dozen others!
By systematically doing bug sweeps and gaging the timing, we were able to pinpoint and neutralize the source. We've now been bug-free for several months.
Easy to use and highly effective, 7.3.2013
Reviewer: Lisa Cox (Indianapolis, IN)
I initially bought this for use in our own offices. When I suggested this, my boss said it seemed unnecessary but go ahead. He said he'd buy me a ticket to the Indy 500 if I found a bug. He now owes me 5 tickets (he's bought me 2).
Based on this success, we included bug sweeping in some of our services packages. It seems to help sell our services, even though it's an add-on that isn't really related. But people like being made to feel secure.
A bug zapper I can count on, 2.7.2013
Reviewer: Don Walker (Seattle, WA)
Yeah, it works really great. We took turns using it at our offices, to find the bugs we suspected were there.
Now we have quite an electronics collection. We gave away several hidden cameras in a raffle at our employee Christmas party last year.
The small size led to uses we hadn't originally intended, like finding bugs in off-site meeting places that we were assured were "private."
So, a very good product and we could not be happier with it.
Very slick!, 11.30.2011
Reviewer: Roger Beale (Oklahoma City, OK)
My client had a meeting with their client at my client's offices, which I had swept for bugs. But at almost the last minute, they said we had to change the venue, and we met at my client's client
's offices that were buggy as hell.
I had brought along my trusty old bug detector, and they wouldn't let it through security. But I had my keys on this one and they let me hang on to it.
During the meeting, I didn't like the nature of the questions. Something was up and this little bug detector was vibrating so I gave my client the prearranged caution signal.
I wish I could say more in a review, but the details can't be divulged at this time. I just want to say this works really great in finding bugs when someone thinks they have stripped you of all detectors and defenses.
This particular case resulted in another project due to a great referral, so I'm also happy about that.