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The FriskerPRO - Finally... A Metal Detector you wear!. A revolutionary patented device that is worn on your hand!.
Using your FriskerPRO®
The FriskerPRO® transforms your hand into a metal detector. The FriskerPRO® allows unencumbered use of fingers to conduct a thorough "touch and crush", academy approved search protocol. Detect ferrous and non ferrous metals, weapons, cuff keys, even staples secreted in gum lines!. Vibration alerts wearer of a positive "hit". Factory set defaults, "works every time!" Palm sensor reversed, becomes "by the book technique" for male searching female.
-A small, covert and extremely effective searching enhancement and officer safety / survival tool which is quickly setting a new and much higher standard in officer safety and survival
-Frees hand and fingers to perform searches using academy approved techniques
-Rugged, splash and salt water resistant all weather use
-Seamless interoperability of multiple tactical products
-Best used when an officer has two FriskerPRO's®, one strapped to each hand
-Secure factory settings, simply slide FriskerPRO® on and begin search
-Replaceable 9 volt battery provides 3 months of normal use, with an early low battery indicator
-Very simple to use and operate, and has had a tremendous impact for the agencies, both domestic and international, which are deploying them in their crime fighting measures as well as in their homeland security and anti-terrorism efforts
-Easier to use than the wand-type detectors, because the FriskerPRO® is smaller and lighter
-Reverse sensor for male searching female approved search protocol
-Adjusts to fit all hands, worn on either hand, or both hands simultaneously
-Can detect an object as small as a staple behind someone's cheek or a handcuff key in someone's mouth
-Point specific sensor, negates re-bar false positives
-When conducting a search with a FriskerPRO® strapped to your hand, you will still be able to draw your service weapon or physically defend yourself in the event of an altercation with a suspect
General Description of Operating Principles: ON and OFF covered momentary push switches Positive ON and OFF vibration indication, Secure factory settings, Simply slide the FriskerPRO® on and begin to search.
Sensitivity: Will detect a 0.50 inch diameter X 0.05 copper disk at 1.0 inch distance, Small wire objects at 0.50 inch distance, Larger objects such as a knife or pistol at 2.5 inches (depending on alloy), A safety pin or staple concealed in a prisoner's mouth, A shank tucked into a suspects sock or any other area of the body, Small items that are secreted on or in individuals, such as a handcuff key, are easily detected.
Battery: Single 9 volt battery - Provides up to 3 months normal use, Early low battery indicator, alerts the user before the battery dies, No tools needed to change the battery
Operating Frequency: 16 Pulses per second
Tuning: Automatic, no adjusting required
Transmitted Power: Current pulse from 9 volt capacitor bank charging from the 9 volt battery
Audio: There are no lights, bells or whistles built in the FriskerPRO® When metal is detected, the FriskerPRO® simply vibrates, alterting the user metal has been detected ... not the suspect
Weather Resistance: The FriskerPRO® is rugged, splash and salt water resistant
Size: One size fits all, male or female, right hand or left hand. Straps to the back portion of the hand and palm by an adjustable black elastic strap fits all men and women's hand sizes
Dimensions: Width: 3 inches (7cm), Thickness: 3/4 inches (2cm), Length: As wide as the back of your hand (approx 4 inches), Weight: 2.2 ounces without battery (62.3 grams)
Warranty: One year "no hassle warranty"
National Institute of Justice Standards (NIJ): NIJ Standard 0602.02, "Hand Held Metal Detectors for Use in Contraband Detection" published in 2002. FriskerPRO® exceeds and meets the majority of specifications that apply.
Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI): FriskerPRO® and other generally accepted metal detectors (wands, walk through), operate in a frequency range considered SAFE to the function of implanted medical devices noted in NIJ Standard 0602.02, published in 2002.