Explosives detector Itemiser® 3 Enhanced

explosives detector
explosives detector
explosives detector
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explosives, narcotics, trace
for airports, for cargo


ITEMISER® 3 ENHANCED Rapiscan® Systems flexible, lightweight desktop detector simultaneously analyzes both positive and negative ions, allowing for advanced explosive and narcotic contraband detection. The Itemiser® 3 Enhanced is the first trace detector in the world to simultaneously detect positive and negative ions, enabling the detection of a broad range of explosives and narcotics. Detection of both positive and negative ions allows for effective identification from a single sample. It delivers fast, simultaneous explosives and narcotics detection in a package that is ergonomic and portable. WORLD’S 1ST SIMULTANEOUS DUAL-MODE TRACE DETECTOR CAN DETECT A WIDE RANGE OF TARGETED SUBSTANCES RESULTS IN AS LITTLE AS 8 SECONDS EASY TO LEARN AND OPERATE EXPANDABLE LIBRARIES A COMPREHENSIVE ARCHIVE OF SAVED DATA AND ALARM FILES SIMULTANEOUS DUAL-MODE DETECTION Traditional IMS instruments operate in either positive or negative mode, but not both modes simultaneously. While negative mode operation detects the majority of explosives, certain explosives are detected in positive mode. Therefore to rule out the presence of all explosives, conventional IMS detectors require operators to sample and test using two separate detectors. EASILY TRANSPORTED AND FLEXIBLE DESKTOP TRACE DETECTION The Itemiser® 3 Enhanced was designed with portability and flexibility in mind. This unit offers a compact footprint, folding touch screen, easy-carrying handle, a 60-minute battery backup, and the potential to be relocated quickly.


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