CT-40 Contraband Team Detection Kit: What Is the Update?

Have you seen the CT-40 Contraband Team Detection Kit from Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO)? If you are currently using the CT-30 Contraband Team Detection Kit, you may be wondering what has been updated. Continue reading to learn more.

The majority of the Ct-30 Kit has remained the same, but CSECO has replaced the FV-Series Articulated Fiberscope as well as the digital camera. Instead, each CT-30 Kit comes with the new Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope Inspection System. This new videoscope is far better than the old fiberscope. Not only is the image larger and clearer on the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope, it has never been easier to take digital still images and video with the same machine.

There’s a huge difference between the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope and the FV-Series Fiberscope. The Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope is certified safe by the Underwriter Laboratory (UL) for use in hazardous locations like fuel tanks. You won’t have to worry about the glass fibers being broken or hassles of dealing with a camera attachment. The Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope is everything you need in one tool.

The Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope uses a shaft that is ¼ inch in diameter and 80 inches long. It is fuel-resistant and flexible. It also has a two-way articulated tip that includes an integral light source. The display is 5-inches and multi-directional color LCD. It has push button digital zoom. The Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope also saves not only still photos and video images of the inside of the fuel tank, dashboard, concealed area, doors, textiles, masonry or wherever contraband is hidden.

Still included in the CT-40 Contraband Team Detection Kit is the Buster K910B Contraband Detector. This is the piece of contraband detection equipment that CSECO first came out with. It uses low intensity gamma radiation emitter and has back scatter scintillation detector. It is able to identify the density of the item being scanned or the contraband (currency, drugs, weapons or explosives) in which any contraband may be hidden.

The Buster is the ‘gold standard’ for contraband detection. It is easy to use. Simply hold the Buster against the object to be inspected. Squeezing the trigger turns the Buster on. When you sweep the Buster across the item being inspected, it will ‘beep’ if the density of the object changes. The LCD display will also display changes in the density in numbers. When contraband is detected, The Buster K910B contraband detector will emit an alarm that alerts the user to the contraband.

Also included in the CT-40 kit also includes the 5-piece PN-Series Inspection Probe Kit, the Leica Laser Range Meter®, the PM-10 Extension Inspection Mirror with High Intensity Flashlight, and the CT-40 Customer Carrying Case with Wheels.

If you would like more information about the CT-40 Contraband Team Inspection Kit, contact us via email at info@cseco.com or call us at 510-864-8010.

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Tony Harris, President and CEO, and Pat Campbell, founder, of CSECO explain about the Buster density meter and other contraband detectors.

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