M-Scope portable walk through metal detector
M-Scope portable walk through metal detector
M-Scope portable walk through metal detector
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M-Scope portable walk through metal detector

Fisher Labs

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MSRP: $4,999.99
Our price: $4,199.00
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Fisher’s M-Scope walk-through metal detector provides portable and permanent security solutions worldwide. Whether it is protecting the schools and courts in America, a train station in London, or Olympic events in China, the M-Scope earns its reputation as “the world’s most versatile walk-through metal detector.”

INTELLIGENT

USER FRIENDLY CONTROL PANEL WITH

PROGRAMMABLE MEMORY

Universal power adaptor/charger

(Adaptor kit available for non-USA receptacles)

Environmentally sealed keypad with security access control

Brilliant LED bar graph indicates target strength

Lighted LED displays M-Scope configuration

Memory feature store settings for multiple operating environments

Multi-mode traffic counter

Adjustable volume control

 

DYNAMIC

SINGLE PERSON PORTABILITY

Assembles without tools - in less than 5 minutes.

Weight: 83 lbs (40 kilos) approximately

 

EFFECTIVE

HEAD TO TOE, ZONE SPECIFIC DETECTION

3 sensor zones with brilliant LED detection indicators

100 LEVELS OF ADJUSTABLE SENSITIVITY

Designed to meet your level of need

DESIGNED FOR USE IN DEMANDING ENVIRONMENTS

Indoor or outdoor use (not in inclement weather)

Battery operated (includes AC adapter & recharge kit)

Operates approximately 40 hours on rechargeable batteries, included

Multiple units may work within close proximity to one another

Designed to meet regulatory standards: NILECJ-0601.00

US PATENTS:

7,193,524

 

PORTABLE DIMENSIONS

37” (.94 m) x 23” (.61 m) x 26” (.66 m)

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS

Temp -20 C to +60 C (-4F to +140F)

Relative Humidity 95% non condensing

WARRANTY 24 months parts and labor

 

WARNING: All metal detectors should only be used

by trained personnel who have a thorough

understanding of their operation. If the user of a metal

detector does not follow the operating manual and the

unit is not set up properly, it can allow metal objects to

pass through undetected.Metal detectors have been associated with EMI

(electromagnetic interference) that may potentially

effect pacemakers and ICDs. We recommend that

any patient with such a device be screened by

alternative methods.