Spectran HF-80200 V5 (9kHz - 20GHz)

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• Frequency range: 10 MHz - 12,000 MHz
• Input impedance: 50 Ohm
• Display: 12-point LED display
• Sound: Internal speaker or headset (2.5 mm headset jack/ mono)
• Power-supply: Lithium-Polymer battery (3.7 V)
• Operational time: 3h, charging time: 1,5h
• Connector: SMA microwave socket
• Modulation methods: FM, NFM, WFM, AM, PCM, PAM, DECT, WLAN, GSM, SS, SSB
• Settings: Via Auto-Sense button
• Made in Germany
Aaronia presents the Aaronia Bug Finder, a handheld counter-monitoring device for the detection of all bugging devices.

Handheld signal detectors are hardly a novelty. Small enough to fit in one hand, and covering a certain frequency range to detect bugs, devices have long been available with little (if any) change to the overall concept. Yet, in the light of a growing digitalization and miniaturization, listening devices are becoming increasingly difficult to detect. Aaronia’s handheld bug and transmitter detector offers a cutting-edge update to the established technology in terms of weight, portability, battery life and performance.

Frequency and Modulation
Covering a frequency range of 10 MHz - 12 GHz, the Bug Finder is able to tackle the latest innovations in bugging technology, covering the modulation methods FM, NFM, WFM, AM, PCM, PAM, DECT, WLAN, GSM, SS, SSB. Both the 12-point LED display and the Auto-Sense button make settings easy to navigate.

Usually, signal detectors depend on a 9 V battery as their power supply, requiring the device to have a certain size. Instead, the Bug Finder’s metal case harbors a 3.7 V Lithium polymer battery – this not only enables the finder to be considerably smaller and lighter, but also allows for a battery life/operational time of 3 hours (and a charging time of 1.5 hours).

How it works
The Bug Finder features a dynamic acoustic blip. As the finder gets closer to the RF signal’s source, the frequency of the blip intensifies – once the blip hits a constant note/tone, the blip interval can be reset, enabling the user to refine tracing the source. Included in the kit for further refinement are two LogPer antennas (900 - 2500 MHz and 2000 - 11000 MHz) as well as two omnidirectional antennas (20 - 1500 MHz and 900 - 12000 MHz).

Made in Germany
As with all Aaronia products, the Bug Finder is made in Germany and thus adheres to the highest quality standards
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País de produção Alemanha
Faixa de frequência 10MHz - 12GHz
Fornecimento Bug Finder Main Unit, Charger, LogPer-Antenna (900-2.500MHz), LogPer-Antenna (2.000-11.000MHz), Omni-Antenna (20-1.500 MHz), Omni-Antenna (900-12.000MHz).
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