Pocket Combi Bug Detector
A small, handheld pocket bug detector and spy camera finder, capable of accurately locating both wired and wireless devices transmitting between 20 Mhz and 6.0 GHz. This portable combi device uses an infra-red flashing lens to pinpoint hidden spy cameras that the human eye can't see - even if the camera is switched off.
RF Bug Hunter & Hidden Camera Finder; 20 MHz - 6.0 GHz Frequency Range
This pocket sized combined bug detector with hidden camera finder will effectively locate all kinds of transmitting bugging devices including wired and wireless spy cameras which cannot be detected by the human eye.
Using a colour bar-graph display with vibration, effectively detects transmitting bugging devices and a helpful reflective infa-red lens to detect hidden pinhole cameras - this is a wise product investment that you can be assured of fast results for peace of mind.
The device is very easy to use, and effectively locates all manners of bugs and transmitters operating between the frequencies 20 MHz - 6.0 GHz.
Some bugs which can be identified include:
- Video and audio transmitters
- GSM type bug devices
- Tracking devices
- UHF / VHF & FM carriers
The Pocket Combi Bug Detector with spy camera finder will help protect your personal privacy and premises against unlawful intervention.
Will the bug detector locate wired and wireless devices?
What if I want to detect transmitting signals lower than 20 MHz or higher than 6 GHz?
Whilst this pocket sized unit is adequate for detecting the majority of bugging devices, some, but not many can operate on a lower / higher transmitting spectrum. In this case, please consider our other RF detection units.
How is the RF detector powered?
Two (2)x AAA lithium batteries. The bar-graph display indicates when batteries are running low on power. Each unit is supplied with batteries ready to work from opening the box.
I am not technical and worry I may not be able to use this type of equipment?
Anybody who can switch the unit ON will be able to use this or any other of our RF detectors.
What should I do if I find a bug?
You should not remove the bug and seek professional advice.
Is this type of equipment legal to use?
Yes. The purpose of an RF (frequency detector) is simply to locate transmitting frequencies.