Multi Purpose Camera & Bug Detector Finds Hidden Cameras and Wireless Listening Devices
Are you worried that you may be
being filmed or listened to without your knowledge?
This wireless detector can detect hidden wired and wireless
video, dead or alive, and has multiple alert modes including
alarms, LEDs, and vibration. It locates bugs on frequencies
from 1 MHz to 6500 MHz, and you can adjust the detecting
RF detectors are radio frequency
They are designed to detect wireless signals that are being
transmitted within a certain frequency range. This unit
detects 50MHz to 6.5GHz. Most surveillance equipment
at 2.4GHz. Wireless transmitters vary in signal strength.
are designed to transmit as far as three miles away while others
only be received one room away. Micro spy cams are designed
output at low signal strengths to make them more difficult to
detect. In this case, the detector will need to be extra
sensitive, and the user may need to be nearly on top of the
However, if the detector is too sensitive it will give false
and waste the time of the user.
Check homes and offices for wireless
This wireless detector will expose both wired and wireless
cameras, dead or alive. The ultra advanced hand held unit will
let you know about RF bugs and wiretaps in one of three ways: with
an alarm, silent LED or silent vibration. Locates bugs on
frequencies from 1 MHz to 6500 MHz. Alerts to VHF, UHF and GSM
devices. This particular unit also has an internal Li-Ion battery,
eliminating the need for pesky batteries. Designed with the professional in mind.
The built-in compass makes locating and noting where bugs are
during large building sweeps a breeze. Included with this unit is
also a set of earbuds, allowing you to sweep without distracting
video cameras dead or alive
Wide range sweep
for bugs from 1MHz-6500 MHz.
Detects wired &
wireless hidden video cameras
Alarm alert mode
Silent LED alert
Wide Band RF bug
detector with working frequency between 1MHz-6500 MHz
Also sweeps and
detects VHF, UHF, GSM bugs.
lightweight, and portable size
mode: vibrating, beeping & LED
with flashing LEDs for detecting camera lens
range: 1MHz-6500 MHz.
range of wired cameras (self-shoot): 0.1-10 m
Detecting range of
RF device: 0.05-10 m (subjected to the transmitting power of
Viewing Lens: IR
Size: 93 x 47 x 16
Internal Li-Ion battery
Battery life: 3 to
1 CDLRC detection
1 Set of earbuds
1 Power adapter
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In order to keep prices low this item does not come with retail packaging
*Note: Due to the nature of this product it is nonreturnable
How to use a camera and bug detector.
1) Detecting cameras using the laser finder. (This is the easiest and most reliable way to find any camera)
Using the pulsating laser will allow you to find all types of
cameras both powered on or turned off and is very easy to use.
First turn on the laser. Then look through the view finder with the lasers pointing away from you. Now scan the area of concern. For example, if you are scanning a room you would start at one wall and slowly scan the entire wall from side to side and up and down. Pay particular attention to items that you suspect could have a hidden camera in it such as a clock, plant, etc. What you are looking for is a bright light flashing back at you (all
camera lenses will reflect the pulsating laser). Keep in mind that all reflective surfaces such as glass will also reflect, but not as brightly. Once you have found a camera you can inspect it closer to verify your findings.
Below is an example of what to look for
2) Detecting transmitting devices like audio bugs and wireless cameras using the RF detector
This method will find devices that are actively transmitting RF signals.
First, turn off all transmitting devices in your home, office or where ever you are sweeping. These devices include wifi, wireless routers, wireless telephones, baby monitors, cell phones, etc. These devices will cause the detector to go off.
Next, turn on turn on your RF detector and pull the antenna out. Now, stand in the middle of the room that you are sweeping and turn the sensitivity all the way up. The detector will probably be buzzing and all of the lights flashing. Slowly begin to turn the sensitivity control down until just after the detector stops buzzing. Now start sweeping the room slowly. Sweep the room by slowly moving the detector up and down and side to side in the areas that you want to sweep , pointing the antenna in the direction that you are sweeping. You will want to walk along the walls of the whole room and also the ceiling and floor.
If the detector picks something up and starts to go off stop
sweeping and slowly turn the sensitivity control down until just after it stops. Now continue sweeping in the general direction that caused it to buzz and beep. By repeating this process you can zero in on the source of the RF signal.
Below is a sample video showing a partial room sweep