Vehicle scanner DTP 200LV
X-rayfor explosives detection

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Characteristics

Applications
for vehicles
Type
X-ray
Other characteristics
for explosives detection

Description

DTP 200LV | OCCUPIED VEHICLE SCANNER The DTP 200LV has been especially designed and developed to screen occupied vehicles up to mini van size at border checkpoints, governmental buildings, airports, critical infrastructure and others. The DTP 200LV is one of the most efficient systems to detect and identify contrabands, smuggled persons, weapons, explosives and dangerous goods within seconds. Furthermore, the Dual-Energy technology with automatic material separation automatically distinguishes organic, inorganic and metallic materials. The DTP 200LV displays high-resolution X-ray images of the screened vehicles. The very low radiation dose makes the DTP 200LV 100% safe for the driver and all vehicle inhabitants. SMALL FOOTPRINT Very small size, which can be integrated even in existing building structures requiring minimal construction works. SAFE FOR VEHICLE PASSENGERS SAFE FOR VEHICLE PASSENGERS With an X-ray radiation rate of less than 0.15 µSv per screen, the system is safe for vehicle occupants and drivers. HIGH RELIABILITY HIGH RELIABILITY The system is designed for long-time outside operation and is specially hardened to withstand even harshest environmental conditions. 7+1 COLOR MATERIAL CODING 7+1 COLOR MATERIAL CODING The DTP 320/320DV provides either classic (3+1) or advanced (7+1) material discrimination, for market leading threat detection. CERTIFIED TO ANSI 43.17-2009 CERTIFIED TO ANSI 43.17-2009 100% compliant according to the American ANSI 43.17-2009 standard for general people screening and fully certified by an independent test institute such as TUV Germany.
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