Drug and Explosive Detection Videoscope Help Law Enforcement

Drug interdiction officers and other law enforcement agents need sophisticated devices to help them detect and seize contraband. For one, a visual inspection tool is effective simply because it lets the user actually have a peek inside a suspected object or area without having to dismantle it.

Drug and explosive detection videoscopes are visual inspection tools that are helpful in detecting hidden drugs and explosives. However, detecting the latter in particular poses a great safety risk for the law enforcement agents. And for this, they need a visual inspection tool that is not only efficient but is also easy to use, convenient, and most of all, safe.

While fiberscopes have been used as the main tool by most law enforcement agents for a long time in their illegal drugs searches and drug raids, Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) seeks to improve its tools. As a result, the company produces the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System.

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope comes in one piece which means there’s no need to attach wires and cables before using it. This tool's most prominent feature is its large, 5-inch LCD color monitor which has a push-button dimming and digital zoom that's 10 times the resolution of the leading fiberscopes. This provides the user a better view as he inserts the shaft into a suspected object or area and moves it along. Plus, the large monitor allows the user to have a clear and more expansive view of the object or area being inspected while being aware of his immediate surroundings.

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope's shaft, meanwhile, is narrow -- measuring only 2m X 6mm. But despite its thinness, the shaft is otherwise durable, because it is protected by a strong tungsten coating. It also has a 2-way articulation (multi-directional) as well as a powerful LED lighting, making the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope also ideal for use in the evening or in darker locations.

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope's most remarkable and most important feature though is its safety. It has a certification from the Underwriters Laboratory (UL), the leading name in product safety in the world. Even if you insert the tool into high-risk areas such as a gas tank, it won't produce dangerous electrical currents which may injure the user. Many fiberscope manufacturers claim that they have the safest videoscope, but how many of them are certified safe?

The chances of success in finding a concealed contraband or explosives will be enhanced when the videoscope will be used together with the Buster K910G Density Meter. The Buster identifies the density of an object and if the Buster finds a suspicious level of density, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope will be used to confirm it. The Buster is also equipped with RAD-Aware technology which helps to warn the user -- the first responder -- to get other people away from a potential radioactive leak before the proper Hazmat authorities arrive on the scene. The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope is absolutely safe to identify and confirm whether such a radioactive weapon or explosive is present.

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System is indeed the most efficient, most convenient, and the safest visual inspection drug and explosive detection videoscope to help law enforcement in detecting hidden contraband, illegal drugs and narcotics, and explosives.

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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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