Multizone walkthrough detectors

April 2003 Access Control & Identity Management

Protection starts at the front door. That is the first rule of security. One needs to prevent someone entering a premises or event with a weapon while at the same time not hindering those people who have a right to enter.

The Ranger multizone security walkthrough detectors are designed to do just that. The state-of-the-art Ranger multizone walkthrough detectors indicate the exact location of hidden weapons or metal contraband. This eliminates the need for long lines while staff or clients strip down before passing through the detector.

Ranger can recognise that normal quantities of coins or keys are not weapons. This makes it a suitable solution for large sports events, conferences or exhibitions where speed and convenience to enter are as important as securing the event. It also reduces the number of staff required to man the detector while providing for high-speed traffic.

The detectors are used by some of the world's largest companies and by a host of governments and their agencies, airports and other high profile areas where secure reliable detection is required.

For more information contact Emergency Reaction Services, 0800 138 911, info@emergencyreaction.com





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