Parcel scanner HI-SCAN 7555aTiX
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for parcels, freight, for hand luggage
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for explosives detection, with conveyor


HI-SCAN 7555aTiX Due to it’s size and tunnel opening the HI-SCAN 7555aTiX is very versatile and suitable for application in the fields of cabin baggage, hold baggage or parcel screening. The Hi-SCAN 7555aTiX provides automatic detection of solid and liquid explosives during the screening of checked or hold baggage, parcels or small items of air cargo. An aperture opening of 75 x 55cm, combined with a maximum duty conveyor load of 250kg, provides the flexibility to screen a wide range of items, including heavier freight items. Performing with high detection and very low false alarm rates, the HI-SCAN 7555aTiX can be fully integrated into network environments for system management, facilitating archiving, image distribution and TIP functionalities. In addition to achieving ECAC EDS Standard 2 for hold-baggage screening, the HI-SCAN 7555aTiX has also achieved certification for ECAC EDS cabin baggage C1 and C2 . It also meets the EU legislation for LEDS Standard 2 and 3 Type C. Feature Highlights • Automatic detection of explosives in parcels, carry-on or checked baggage • Automatic detection of LAGs in accordance with ECAC Doc. 30, part II • Duty conveyor load max of 250kg allows screening of heavier freight items • Analysis of Zeff and density using independent views • Two high-resolution detailed views (Dual-view) • High-resolution XADA sensor technology Dimensions 3,450 (L) x 1,445 (W) x 1,535 (H) [mm] 135.8 (L) x 56.9 (W) x 60.4 (H) [in] Max. object size 750 (W) x 550 (H) [mm] 29.5 (W) x 21.7 (H) [in] Duty conveyor load max. 250kg (550lbs) Weight Approx. 1,780kg Approx. 3,924lbs


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