Published on 14 March, 2016
|ORION 2.4HX is a smaller, lighter Non-Linear Junction Detector with an operational weight of less than 1.4kg
International Procurement Services (IPS) and Research Electronics International (REI) will be exhibiting the full range of government level, electronic counter measures equipment on Stand C25 at Security and Policing 2016 from 8 to 10 March, 2016 at Farnborough FIVE (Farnborough International Venue & Events), Hampshire.
On view will be the completely new ORION 2.4 non-linear junction detector together with the latest versions of the OSCOR GREEN 24GHz and TALAN digital telephone analysers.
ORION 2.4HX non-linear junction detector
The ORION 2.4HX is a smaller, lighter Non-Linear Junction Detector with an operational weight of less than 1.4kg whilst providing an overall extended length 147cm. Utilising a 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum transmit frequency for better sensitivity, a transmit power of 6.6 watts, manual or auto power control and a digital transmit modulation of 1.25 Mhz . There are over 60 transmit channels, which can be selected either manually or automatically.
The ORION 2.4 HX has a completely new polycarbonate body and antenna head design providing a variety of new user benefits. It has a new touch screen controller built into the handle, an antenna mounted display and bar graph display. It also has the same extendable pole mounted line of sight antenna display as the ORION 2.4. It has no cables, pole sections or transceivers, making set up quick, quiet and easy. An antenna mounted LED headlamp provides illumination of surfaces and low lit areas, especially beneficial at extended lengths. Customer user settings and screen captures can be saved to micro SD cards and a USB port can be used for future software updates.
Each ORION 2.4HX NLJD is fitted with 2 rechargeable Lithium batteries, providing more than 4 hours of life per battery and a charge time of 2.5 hours.
New generation of NLJDs for hidden electronics detection
The ORION 2.4 and ORION 2.4 HX introduce a new generation of NLJDs, made to detect and locate hidden electronics, regardless whether the device is radiating, hard wired, or turned off, including eavesdropping devices, recording devices, cell phones and other electronic contraband.
As REI’s leading international distributor, IPS is proud to have been associated with Research Electronics for more than 25 years and has the full range available for demonstration at their central London office in Piccadilly.