The Metor 6S High Sensitivity walk through metal detector is designed specifically for detecting small ferrous and non-ferrous items, such as disposable prison razors, a piece of razor blade, metal shanks, handcuff keys, detonator caps, jewellery, coins, microprocessor and memory chips.
The Metor 6S increases safety in prisons and jails by efficiently detecting small metal objects that can be used as weapons, even when they are hidden in body cavities.
When used in manufacturing and distribution facilities to protect small, valuable assets, the Metor 6S raises profitability by deterring employee theft.
Features independent detection zones to provide:
- Reliable detection of threat items
- Uniform detection
- Reliable location of threats
ENHANCED FEATURES FOR EASIER USABILITY
Automated sensitivity and floor sensitivity functions make the calibration process easy, eliminating the time consuming trial and error method.
Automated frequency function selects the optimum operating frequency for the installation environment or in case of side-by-side use of more than one unit
Preset Detection Programs – The Metor 6S is delivered with multiple preset detection programs for the different levels of NIJ-0601.02 as well as for the detection of small magnetic or non-magnetic items and objects made of mixed alloys, ready to use immediately
The Metor 6S has a random alarm function that enables security personnel to randomly choose individuals for an additional security check.
With the new dual random alarm feature, people who cause a normal alarm are also subject to a random alarm.
Intelligent Traffic Counters
Metor 6S is built with intelligent and virtually invisible traffic counters which are integrated inside the coil panels. Counters are bi-directional with a decrease mode. Alarms, people and alarm rates can all be counted
Easy to install and operate
With its immunity to electromagnetic interference and vibration, the Metor 6S is easy to install in the most demanding environments. Several units can be placed in close proximity to one another, increasing the level of flexibility when planning an installation site