Counter-espionage device can be used to check for the latest technology hidden listening devices, covert cameras, and unauthorized mobile phone usage in location such as sensitive locations, and in vehicles to locate hidden GPS tracking devices.
Saelig Company, Inc. announces the availability of the Aaronia Bug Finder RF Monitoring Device, which helps in the detection of hidden audio and video bugs and transmitters. Covering a frequency range of 10MHz – 12GHz, the Bug Finder can tackle the latest innovations in bugging technology that use modulation methods such as 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.
Designed for the ever increasing threat from more sophisticated and higher frequency RF devices, 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).
Many other signal detectors depend on a 9V battery as their power supply, limiting the ability to minimize the package size. But the Bug Finder’s metal case houses a 3.7V Lithium polymer battery that not only enables the finder to be considerably smaller and lighter than other alternatives but also allows concealed handheld operation for over 3 hours with a charging time of 1.5 hours.